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A Shared Purpose

Life Science Outsourcing is a fast-growing organization offering competitive wages and benefits in an innovative and collaborative environment. We operate with a shared purpose to bring medical innovations to life. Our work helps improve millions of lives. Join our mission.

Current Job Listings

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

  • Administrating HubSpor CRM and providing support to users in day-to-day tasks – creating reports, importing/exporting data, updating/cleaning data, tracking adoption and activities, providing training, and assisting in general support requests and questions.
  • Creating workflows, processes, email alerts, and other automation as well as customizing and updating fields, objects, layouts, etc.
  • Creating online forms including mapping data and testing.
  • Creating tutorials, knowledge base articles, and demos for new systems and functionalities.
  • Testing new functionalities and providing feedback.
  • Creating system reports, presentations, and documentation.
  • Researching solutions for organizational needs (applications, tools, processes, etc.).
  • Assisting in special projects and other department-related tasks.
  • Assist with administration of other systems as needed.

QUALIFICATIONS – To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.

  • Bachelor’s degree in Business, Technology, Data Science, or a related field – is required.
  • 2-3 years of experience administrating HubSpot CRM – required.
  • Experience with Microsoft Excel – required.
  • Experience in technical support and/or IT administration – a major plus.
  • Ability to learn new systems, research and think creatively and innovatively.
  • Highly motivated technology savvy, detail-oriented, and a problem solver.
  • Ability to handle multiple tasks and deadlines.
  • Ability to work collaboratively with colleagues and provide exceptional user support.
  • Excellent interpersonal and communications skills.

 

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Life Science Outsourcing, Inc. 

(www.lso-inc.com) is in North Orange County in the city of Brea, California. Life Science Outsourcing, Inc (LSO) is a contract manufacturer of medical devices with in-built capabilities to offer clients full-service solutions through our six divisions. Clients rely on LSO to perform all activities required to introduce their products to market, from sourcing to drop shipping.

In January of 2021 LSO has partnered with PPC Enterprises (www.ppcenterprises.com), a leading private equity firm based out of New York to expand LSO’s geographic reach in the medical device arena. Due to the recent acquisition and 24 years of growth, we are currently seeking a self-motivated Project Process Planner with a good positive energy to join our team. In this role you will be responsible for developing timelines, coordinating and following up on all details involved in primarily new projects and routine manufacturing. The Project Process Planner plays a significant and strategic role in the success of LSO and reports directly to the Director of Operations.

We encourage you to submit a resume with salary requirements

 

Job Description

  • The Project Planner is accountable for assuring customer, quality and on-time delivery
  • Attend kick-off meetings for new projects/orders with Sales and other key personnel to determine the actions necessary to assure a successful job that satisfies customer requirements and expectations, including quality, delivery time, etc.
  • Prepare and publish timelines after the kick-off meeting or consulting with Sales
  • Generate, publish and follow up on all paperwork associated with manufacturing a new project and routine manufacturing (existing customers), which includes developing timelines, R&D development and approvals, part numbers (top-level, sub-assembly, etc., as applicable), creating Bills of Material, and notating customer specific requirements, etc.
  • Monitor and advise timing of materials and delivery from vendors, in order to adhere to new projects/routine manufacturing timelines
  • Gather information internally for updates on all customer calls and email communication when needed
  • Facilitate and follow up on required customer supplied samples and send to production to match
  • Facilitate and follow up on production & batch samples for customer approval, when required
  • Communicate and manage critical production materials and requirements through all phases of manufacturing
  • Consult with Director of Operations and Director of Manufacturing as to whether identified internal concerns require production/assembly to “stop.”
  • Communicate promptly with all affected departments especially Production and Sales/Customer Service regarding critical milestones, problems, changes in timelines, etc.
  • Review published meeting minutes and deliverables and collect necessary information and facilitate updates back to the inside sales rep and/or customer as needed
  • Review and advise production scheduler to conform to delivery dates
  • Identify, evaluate, and present to sales rep the issues related to expediting particular orders/projects/routine manufacturing; work with other employees at all levels and within all departments to resolve daily problems
  • Maintain records and files (e.g., Product samples, order details, related notes etc.) essential to the project/routine manufacturing
  • Provide purchasing with all details needed to procure materials, components, and supplies.
  • Other duties may be assigned.

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Operation Management, and/or minimum four years of experience in Project Management
  • High energy, enthusiasm and a positive can-do!
  • attitude in the face of challenges
  • Consistency of positive behavior and productive output
  • Polished interpersonal skills and the ability to work with all levels of the organization
  • Exceptional writing, presentation, organizational and communication skills
  • Flexibility and the ability to thrive in a changing/evolving environment
  • The ability to project professionalism and understanding in all customer-facing situations
  • The ability to understand marketing as a function of sales support and business growth
  • High Initiative -You need to be a person who can take initiative
  • Be A Fast Learner The ideal candidate will complement the Account Manager fast paced, hands-on, collaborative style and varied skill-set
  • There is a tremendous amount to learn when you come onboard so you’ll need to be inquisitive and a fast learner
  • Be Open to The Challenge: Have the bandwidth to tackle both those tasks with which you’re familiar and have a positive attitude toward those that require a bit of risk-taking and/or push you out of your comfort level
  • You should be able to multitask, flow easily with the changes and calmly adapt and solve problems

Additional information

All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.

 

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(www.lso-inc.com) is in North Orange County in the city of Brea, California. Life Science Outsourcing, Inc (“LSO”) is a contract manufacturer of medical devices with in-built capabilities to offer clients full-service solutions through our six divisions. Clients rely on LSO to perform all activities required to introduce their products to market, from sourcing to drop shipping. We are shaped by our values: Do the Right Thing, Customer Success, Employee Success, Speed and Simplicity.

In January 2021, LSO partnered with PPC Enterprises (www.ppcenterprises.com), a leading private equity firm based out of New York, to expand LSO’s geographic reach in the medical device arena.

We are currently seeking an energetic and motivated Manufacturing Controller to join our fast-growing organization. In this role, you will be responsible for developing strong partnerships with customers to ensure on-time delivery service is consistently met. In this role you will be reporting to the Director of Manufacturing.

And no matter where you look at LSO, you will witness our shared purpose—helping realize life’s potential—in action; it’s at the heart of what we do. Our work helps improve millions of lives. We hope you will see yourself here, too.

We encourage you to submit a resume with salary requirements.

 

Job Description

  • Coordinates and directs production and planning in accordance with policies, principles, and procedures established by the company president and CEO.
  • Develops plans for efficient use of materials, machines, and employees.
  • Reviews production flow and product quality and modifies production and inventory control programs to maintain and enhance profitable operation of the company.
  • Ensures that all customer expectations are met or exceeded.
  • Responsible for establishing daily matrix and problem-solving process.
  • Routine communication with customers regarding their purchase orders, production status, parts shortages, shipping schedules, as well as problem solving.
  • Schedule production in the factory and set Work Order priorities for effective labor utilization and achieve Customer on time delivery requirements.
  • Work with customers and LSO Purchasing and suppliers to make sure that there is an adequate supply of parts available to support the production schedules.
  • Perform rough cut capacity analysis to support manning planning and work center loading.
  • Confers with department leads and supervisors to determine status of assigned projects and Work Orders.
  • Review Material Requirements through various system planning tools (i.e. MRP or Reorder Reports)
  • Interface with Warehouse, QC, and Production personnel to ensure material flow through materials department, production and shipping to meet the delivery commitment to the customer.

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES

  •  Manages and directs all the activities for the production department and maintenance.
  • Responsibilities include interviewing and training employees, directing work, appraising performance, rewarding and disciplining employees, addressing complaints, and resolving problems.

Qualifications

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.

  • Working knowledge of PC applications software and manufacturing systems software.
  • Previous manufacturing operations experience in all aspects of manufacturing management.
  • Understanding of the FDA’s QSR, ISO 13485 and applicable ISO standards.
  • Excellent analytical, communication and team building skills.
  • Medical manufacturing background is highly desirable.
  • Requires a four-year college degree plus 5 years operations experience or equivalent combination of school and experience.
  • Bilingual in Spanish would be a plus but not mandatory.
  • Familiarity with statistical process control, Cpk, and statistical methods for data analysis.
  • Requires the ability to communicate effectively, written and verbal as well as good people skills.

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(www.lso-inc.com) is in North Orange County in the city of Brea, California. Life Science Outsourcing, Inc (LSO) is a contract manufacturer of medical devices with in-built capabilities to offer clients full-service solutions through our six divisions. Clients rely on LSO to perform all activities required to introduce their products to market, from sourcing to drop shipping.

In January of 2021 LSO has partnered with PPC Enterprises (www.ppcenterprises.com), a leading private equity firm based out of New York to expand LSO’s geographic reach in the medical device arena. Due to the recent acquisition and 24 years of growth, we are currently seeking a self-motivated Manufacturing Engineer with a good positive energy to join our team. In this role you will be responsible for Providing technical and sustaining engineering support in a manufacturing area. The Manufacturing Engineer plays a significant and strategic role in the success of LSO and reports directly to the Director of Manufacturing.

We encourage you to submit a resume with salary requirements

 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following.  Other duties may be assigned.

  • Execute remediation validation/ verification activities such as: Installation Qualification (IQ), Operations Qualification (OQ), Process Qualification (PQ)/Process Performance Qualification (PPQ), Test Method Validations (TMVs), Process Characterization.
  • Provides technical and sustaining engineering support in a manufacturing and production assembly area.
  • Recommends and implements tooling, equipment, and process modifications to meet quality standards and improve production efficiencies, manufacturing techniques as well as production yields for existing products
  • Provides New Product Introduction (NPI) Support across multiple production assembly lines supporting a wide variety of devices.
  • May develop and conduct statistical analysis or recommend additions to document work.
  • This can include scouting and feasibility work, material selection, process and equipment selection, tooling / fixture and equipment installation and assessment of inputs, outputs and alignment to requirements.
  • Develops manufacturing processes that are applicable to statistical process control and may develop those techniques including the measurement systems.
  • Experienced in LEAN Manufacturing methods and Techniques such as 5S.
  • Ensures processes and procedures are in compliance with regulations.
  • Assess data, write protocols / reports, execute changes.
  • Develops work instructions and routers in support of production assembly.
  • Recommending changes and training operators for the change and overseeing the execution of engineering work orders.

SKILLS

  • Hands on experience working in a regulated production environment – Medical Device, Aerospace, Automotive
  • Process Verification and Validation
  • IQ, OQ, PQ
  • Assembly and Test Method Validations
  • Assess data, write protocols / reports, execute changes
  • Recommending changes and training operators for the change and overseeing the execution of engineering work orders
  • Assembly tooling design and implementation experience in both low and high-volume production environments
  • Implementing equipment and process modifications
  • Good verbal and written communication skills
  • Basic knowledge of and competency with mechanical design tools – Solidworks or equivalent

EXPERIENCE:

  • Requires a university 4 -Year Degree and a minimum of 5+ years of relevant experience. 
  • Experience supporting production assembly in a regulated environment
  • Lean Manufacturing Training
  • Project Management experience is a plus.

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Life Science Outsourcing, Inc. 

(www.lso-inc.com) is in North Orange County in the city of Brea, California. Life Science Outsourcing, Inc (“LSO”) is a contract manufacturer of medical devices with in-built capabilities to offer clients full-service solutions through our six divisions. Clients rely on LSO to perform all activities required to introduce their products to market, from sourcing to drop shipping. We are shaped by our values: Do the Right Thing, Customer Success, Employee Success, Speed and Simplicity.

In January 2021, LSO partnered with PPC Enterprises (www.ppcenterprises.com), a leading private equity firm based out of New York, to expand LSO’s geographic reach in the medical device arena.

We are currently seeking an energetic and motivated PM/Calibration Technician to join our fast-growing organization. In this role, you will be responsible for the calibration, preventative maintenance, and IQ & OQ of the equipment.

And no matter where you look at LSO, you will witness our shared purpose—helping realize life’s potential—in action; it’s at the heart of what we do. Our work helps improve millions of lives. We hope you will see yourself here, too.

We encourage you to submit a resume with salary requirements.

 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

  • Responsible for Environment Control monitoring.
  • Responsible for IQ’s both for equipment and facility-related issues. Assist with equipment validations.
  • Responsible for Inspection and Test status.
  • Responsible for calibration and maintenance of equipment.
  • Stay current with external regulatory requirements by reading industry periodicals, attending meetings/seminars, or other means.
  • Assist Management Representative during external agency audits such as FDA or ISO.

QUALIFICATIONS- To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.

  • BS degree or equivalent experience. Minimum of years of QA experience.
  • Thorough understanding of the FDA’s QSR, ISO 13485, and applicable ISO standards.
  • Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
  • Requires the ability to communicate effectively, written and verbal as well as good people skills.

Apply Now

(www.lso-inc.com) is in North Orange County in the city of Brea, California. Life Science Outsourcing, Inc (“LSO”) is a contract manufacturer of medical devices with in-built capabilities to offer clients full-service solutions through our six divisions. Clients rely on LSO to perform all activities required to introduce their products to market, from sourcing to drop shipping. We are shaped by our values: Do the Right Thing, Customer Success, Employee Success, Speed and Simplicity.

In January 2021, LSO partnered with PPC Enterprises (www.ppcenterprises.com), a leading private equity firm based out of New York, to expand LSO’s geographic reach in the medical device arena.

To help us achieve our near-term growth targets, we are currently seeking an energetic and motivated Director of Sales and Marketing to join our fast-growing organization. In this role, you will engage in structuring the sales department with key decision makers both internally and externally, while reporting to the CEO. The Director of Sales and Marketing will also be responsible for identifying new business opportunities and developing long-term business partnerships with new and existing customers. We are also invested in you, and you will have the opportunity to build a meaningful career, be creative, and try new things with the support you need to be successful.

And no matter where you look at LSO, you will witness our shared purpose—helping realize life’s potential—in action; it’s at the heart of what we do. Our work helps improve millions of lives. We hope you will see yourself here, too.

We encourage you to submit a resume with salary requirements.

 

BASIS FUNCTION

Responsibilities include leadership, direction and oversight related to the future medical device customers with respect to new product development, new application and technology areas and translation into new business opportunities for the business segment. The position also monitors products and general applications of competitors and observes market dynamics (of competitors, customers, suppliers, regulatory agencies etc).

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following.  

Sales Functions

  • Support the development and execution of a comprehensive strategic plan to establish a robust pipeline of revenue.
  • Develop and implement a sales (and marketing) plan to meet business goals through expansion of the customer base.
  • Assist in creating an online presence in the medical device arena.
  • Work with the sales and support teams to achieve customer satisfaction, generate revenue growth, and attain long-term overall account goals in line with LSO’s vision and values.
  • Make recommendations to prospective and existing clients to sell and cross-sell LSO’s services.
  • Generates follow-up on and execute sales proposals in compliance with company standards.
  • Develop, implement, and oversee Customer Relationship Management (CRM) strategy to track referrals, face-to-face meetings, calls, direct mail / email campaigns, networking, and follow-up activity to increase qualified leads and conversion rates.
  • Maintain cohesive working team relationship with all support departments.
  • Collaborate daily with the other LSO Divisions to ensure an effective management of resources: client base, technical resources, and reputation in the marketplace to aggressively grow the business.

Marketing Functions

  • Monitor and capture new growth opportunities, biomaterials, technologies and solutions for value generation beyond the organic pipeline of current & new products, including in new markets or new applications.
  • Support the positioning of the Medical Device Solution Segment as a leading development partner for medical device companies on a national and global basis.
  • Support launches of new Medical Device service and products with respect to market positioning, value proposition, business plans and business models.
  • Identify and participate in relevant conferences, technical seminars, trade shows, etc. to make new contacts and identify new development opportunities.
  • Maintain relations to medical thought-leaders, key opinion leaders and product champions to identify clinical needs and technical gaps
  • Create position papers and presentations on future trends
  • Support identification and evaluation of potential acquisition targets.

QUALIFICATIONS To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.

  • Bachelor’s degree in Business, Marketing, Sciences or related discipline – Preferred
    • Experience in sales functions within the medical device service industry (e.g., contract manufacturing, injection molding, lab testing, any services-oriented business) – required
    • Experience or knowledge in marketing – Required
  • Proven ability to incorporate CRM tools (HubSpot and Salesforce) into sales/marketing programs
  • Proven ability to incorporate technical information and content expertise into the sales process
  • Proven ability to lead inside sales efforts and manage a cross functional sales approach to allow for greater penetration of target customers
  • Proven ability to work collaboratively with executive team and other sales members and assist in fostering a positive corporate culture
  • General understanding of regulatory requirements of medical device industry as it pertains to sales/marketing
  • Experience / familiarity with digital marketing campaigns is a necessary
  • Good network in the medical device industry and in academia
  • Presentation skills, able to convince management and stakeholders.
  • Good understanding of GMP/Medical device regulations (ISO 13485) preferred.

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