Biotility at the University of Florida provides high-quality education and training to facilitate professional growth for individuals in the biotechnology field. We routinely partner with industry professionals to help develop new course and exam content for students, professionals, and researchers who want to to expand and deepen their knowledge in technical and regulatory details unique to biotechnology industries and translational research.
Course Developers create an in-depth PowerPoint presentation on their area of expertise, as well as test questions that appropriately assess the understanding of relevant critical concepts. Biotility staff provide support to our Course Developers in the way of regular one-on-one meetings, a presentation template, guidance with presentation and question development, and use of recording equipment if applicable.
We are currently hiring subject matter experts to develop courses for the following topics:
- Change Controls
- Risk Management
- Change Management
- Lean Fundamentals
- Basics of/Introduction to Project Management
- Inventory Management/Inventory Controls
- Establishing and Maintaining a Controlled Document Management System
Exam Item Writers help Biotility create topical and relevant questions for our national, industry-recognized Biotechnician Assistant Credentialing Exam (BACE). The BACE credential is used as a hiring benchmark for technician-level positions.
We are currently hiring biotech and bioscience industry professionals (especially those who have already earned the BACE credential) with experience in the following areas:
- Biotechnological Skills & Applications
- Basics of Regulatory Compliance & Industry Practices
- Equipment & Workplace Safety
- Applied Mathematics in Biotechnology
- General Biological & Biochemical Systems
- Research & Scientific Method
Exam Item Writers are compensated at $500 per assignment; each assignment creates 10 questions. Training and guidance will be provided by Biotility staff.
For more information on this role and the application process, email biotility @ research.ufl.edu .
Biotility is located in Alachua, FL, promixal to the area’s burgeoning biotech and startup community. We are looking for experts both local and nationwide.