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Analytical Development Scientist

Merseyside   •  £14 - 17 per hour  •  Contract/Temporary, Full time


Analytical Development Scientist
Liverpool
Pay rate 14-17/hour

A leading business in the field of biopharmaceuticals are looking for an Analytical Development Scientist to join them on a 1 year contract. This individual will support process development and commercialisation activities for new products. The role will be predominantly lab based and will involve analytical testing to support project activities as well as method development and optimisation.

Responsibilities:
Provide technical expertise for delivery of the analytical agenda within process development projects. Includes HPLC, ELISA, UV, CE-SDS techniques, enzyme activity assays.
Plan, execute and evaluate laboratory studies through hands on experimentation. Demonstrate GLP during execution and documentation of experiments.
Make sound technical judgements through data interpretation, knowledge and experience for project direction and delivery.
Provide regular communications for project progress to senior technical staff and key stakeholders globally. Deliver high quality peer reviewed technical reports. Work collaboratively with other team members.
Responsible for ensuring and driving compliance in all safety and quality aspects for process development activities. Be accountable for spend/cost control.
Drive continuous improvement activities through innovation and shared technical knowledge across the network.
Develop links and collaborations with external organisations to aid process development according to project and business requirements.

Requirements:
Degree or higher degree within chemistry, biochemistry or related discipline.
Good understanding of protein chemistry and critical quality attributes.
Hands on knowledge and expertise in analytical techniques specifically HPLC, UV, ELISA, CE-SDS, enzyme assays. Experience/ ability to interpret structural analytical data e.g. mass spec knowledge or cell-based assay data would be preferable.
Ability to plan and execute method validations or fit for purpose studies and to make critical judgements on development data.
Ability to communicate effectively and build strong working relationships at all levels in the organisation.
Ability to operate in a cGMP environment and produce technical documentation to high standards.
Good understanding of QbD concepts. Ability to use sound statistical methodology throughout development.

If this sounds like an ideal next step, please apply online.

  • Agency: Clinical Professionals
  • Contact: Kimberley Warren
  • Reference: JO-2009-454518
  • Posted: 9th September 2020
  • Expires: 7th October 2020

Clinical Professionals

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