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Scientist - Cell Line Development

Cambridgeshire   •  Negotiable  •  Permanent, Full time


Scientist - Cell Line Development
Cambridge
Competitive Salary

An innovative biotechnology business in the Cambridge area are looking to recruit a Scientist to work in the Cell Line Development team. They will be a laboratory-based scientist to develop in-house commercial cell line capabilities.

Key Responsibilities:
To develop and optimise a mammalian expression platform (CHO cells) to produce commercially relevant recombinant proteins e.g. antibodies cell lines
Evaluating and implementing and troubleshooting new technologies including high-throughput automated cell culture systems
Developing high throughput analytical technologies (Octet, icIEF, cSDS, etc.)
Molecular biology and cell cloning
Authoring of relevant sections of regulatory submissions.
Contribute and lead on-going process development within the group

Job Requirements
Education & Experience:
BSc/MSc or equivalent in cell or molecular biology/biotechnology
Relevant experience in commercial cell culture in an industry collaboration or within an industry setting
Strong aseptic technique

Desirable Experience:
Commercial cell line development for recombinant protein expression within an industry setting
Automated data capture, analysis and visualisation
Experienced in small scale protein purification
Experienced in regulatory submissions process
Tech transfer experience

Skills:
Ability to work effectively within a team environment, working collaboratively across the group
Ability to devise strategies to optimise expression
A high level of motivation, innovative thinking, flexibility to adapt quickly and a can do attitude.
Ability to work to tight timelines, process several projects simultaneously and link effectively with project leaders and other scientists as required

If this sounds like the ideal role, please get in apply online.

  • Agency: Clinical Professionals
  • Contact: Kimberley Warren
  • Reference: JO-2007-452446
  • Updated: 24th July 2020
  • Expires: 21st August 2020

Clinical Professionals

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