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About the Biotech Industry. A North Carolina Biotechnology Center survey shows that 70% of biomanufacturing workers are trained at the Community College level.

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About theBiotech Industry

A North Carolina Biotechnology Center survey shows that 70% of biomanufacturing workers are trained at the Community College level.

There are about 150 biotechnology companies in North Carolina employing 18,500 people. The revenue from these companies is $3 billion, nearly a tenth of the biotechnology industry revenue for the entire United States.

Biotechnology is a fast growing field. North Carolina is expected to have 40,000 new biotechnology-related jobs by 2013 and 125,000 by 2023.

North Carolina is the third largest biotechnology state in the country (Ernst and Young, 2004) and the Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill area is the third largest biotech metro region (Milken Biotech Index, 2004)


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Careers in Bioprocessing, Biomanufacturing and Biotechnology

  • Criminal Justice

  • • Forensics Technician

  • • Criminal Intelligence Specialist

  • Health Field

  • • Environmental Health and Safety Specialist

  • • Microbiology Technician

  • • Pharmacy Technician

R & D

•Process Development Specialist

• Research Associate

• Assay Analyst

• Genetics Researcher

• Media Prep Technician

• Laboratory Manager

• Laboratory Support

• Laboratory Technician

Regulatory

• Regulatory Affairs Specialist

• Biostatistician

• Patent Agent

• Clinical Data Specialist

• GLP/GMP Specialist

Others

•Biotechnologist

• Technical Recruiter

• Molecular Biology Technician

• Consulting

• Teaching

• Maintenance

• Installation and Repair

Quality

• QA Auditor

• Documentation Specialist

• Qualification Engineer

• Validation Specialist

• QA Technician

• Instrument/Calibration Tech

Manufacturing

• Manufacturing Associate

• Fermentation Scientist

• Facility Equipment Specialist

• Sterilization Technician

• Process Engineering Technician

• Process Technician


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Salary Ranges and Educational Requirements

  • HS / Certificate / AAS - $22,250 - $38,500

    • Process Technician

    • Manufacturing Prep Process Technician

    • Formulation / Fill Technician

    • Packaging Technician

    • Instrument / Calibration Technician

    • Manufacturing Support Technician

    • Environmental Technician

    • Industrial Machinery Mechanics

    • Machinery Maintenance Worker

  • AAS / BS Degree - $26,000 - $50,000

    • Research Associate

    • Research Assistant

    • Laboratory Technician

  • AAS - $26,000 - $35,500

    • Quality Control Assistant / Associate

    • Quality Assurance Assistant / Associate

  • BS Degree - $27,000 - $58,000

    • Production or Process Engineer in Manufacturing

    • Process Engineer in Process Development

    • Quality Control Associate

    • Process Quality Inspector

    • Quality Assurance Auditor

    • Quality Assurance Associate

    • Quality Control Engineer

    • Validation Specialist

    • Maintenance Engineer

    • Process Control Engineer

    • Environmental Engineer

    • Microbiology Technician

    • Pharmacy Technician


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What educational path should I choose?

  • BioWork:a 128 hour program that will introduce you to the industry and prepare you to become a certified process technician.

  • Bioprocessing in the Work PlaceSM I & II:Each 64 hour class will give you a more in depth look into bioprocessing and will teach the skills you need to start a successful career in this growing field.

  • AAS Degree and the 1+1 program:You can earn a 2 year degree in biotechnology. Does your local community college offer biotech classes? See if they have a 1+1 program! Take your first year of general education classes at your home college and then finish out your degree with biotech classes at a community college with an approved biotech program.

  • BS Degree and the 2+2 program: With an AAS in Biotechnology, you can transfer your hours to an approved BS program at some of the University of North Carolina Systemschools.



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