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Molecular Scientist

Cambridgeshire   •  Negotiable  •  Permanent, Full time

Molecular Scientist

West Cambridge


£ Competitive

This is an exciting opportunity for a Molecular Biologist / Biochemist (or related) to apply their skills and knowledge in the field of PCR reagent assays, to support a multidisciplinary team of scientists in bringing diagnostic devices to clinical settings Worldwide.

Role profile:

  • Dedicated bench scientist working to support the rapid development of PCR reagent assays alongside instrument development

  • Working with a bespoke ultra-efficient thermal control technology to speed up the DNA amplification process, you will support with the identification of PCR assays for a custom new hardware system

  • Development of assays on standard equipment, and transfer to the new bespoke system

  • Monitoring result findings, recording data and presenting to Senior team for interrogation

  • Working as part of a small, multidisciplinary team of Scientists and Engineers

Person specification:

  • Degree or equivalent in Molecular Biology, Biochemistry or related

  • Strong, hands-on experience of PCR with a regulated laboratory

  • Experience working with SOPs, databases and adhering to stringent ISO's and accreditations

  • Able to adapt to working with standardised instrumentation as well as instruments in the development process

  • Excellent communication skills, concise and articulate in your verbal and written style

  • It would be helpful to have an appreciation of ISO 13485 and have worked in a collaborative environment with a range of disciplines in play

Does this sound like it could fulfil you?

Can you travel to South West Cambs daily?

Do you have sound PCR and classic molecular biology skills?

Then apply now by attaching your CV in Word, or contact Bec Johnston for further information: bec.johnston@srgtalent.com / 01223 607858

You must be eligible to work in the UK. Learn more

  • Agency: SRG
  • Reference: J35307
  • Posted: 13th February 2020
  • Expires: 20th February 2020


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