HRS are currently looking for a Researcher in Mass Spectrometry to join a leading Mass Spec facility based in the South West London area. As the Researcher in Mass Spectrometry, you will be responsible for performing characterisation work on large molecules focused on proteins. This is a great opportunity for a PhD / Post-Doc / Scientist with extensive experience on Mass Spec.
KEY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Your duties as the Researcher in Mass Spectrometry will be varied however the key duties and responsibilities are as follows:
1. You will develop and carry out analytical method development in support of both manufacturing and R&D departments. The main techniques will be QQQ, QToF, Orbitrap, IMS-MS, nano-LC, UHPLC, GC.
2. Liaising with internal and external teams to support the development of sample clean up/ chromatogrpahic/mass spectometry based approached.
3. As the Researcher in Mass Spectrometry, you will also develop junior mass spec researchers.
4. You will maintain the analytical equipment to ensure that the analytical services team is able to function at peak efficiency.
To be successful in your application to this exciting opportunity as the Researcher in Mass Spectrometry we are looking to identify the following on your profile and past history:
1. Relevant degree in a life science discipline, including Biological Sciences, Biochemistry, Chemistry etc. PhD is preferred.
2. Proven experience using mass spec instrumentation including QQQ, QToF, Orbitrap, IMS-MS, nano-LC, UHPLC, GC for protein biomarker identification.
3. A working knowledge and practical experience in protein quantification.
Key Words: Biological | Biopharma | Protein | Antibodies | Analytical | Bioanalytical | Analysis | R+D | Research | Characterisation | Development | Biochemistry | Life Science | LCMS | QQQ QToF Orbitrap IMS-MS nano-LC UHPLC GC
You must be eligible to work in the UK. Learn more
- Agency: Hyper Recruitment Solutions
- Contact: Christina Giakou
- Phone: 0203 910 2980
- Reference: J5633137
- Posted: 24th March 2020
- Expires: 21st April 2020