An innovative start-up has an exciting opportunity for a Biomaterial Scientist to join its Bioengineering Team. You will be tasked with optimising the performance of in-house developed materials for tissue engineering applications.
Biomaterial Scientist Summary:
- Contribute towards the development of wider R&D objectives.
- Independent work planning and carry out appropriate experimentation.
- Liaise directly with team leader and update group on project progress.
- Aid in development of SOP's, COSHH & RA documentation with support from the team.
- Generate succinct reports for the team and present at wider company R&D meetings.
- Along with team members, provide routine laboratory maintenance, including participating in equipment upkeep, cleaning rotas and laboratory consumables stock management.
- Ensure that laboratory health, safety and quality procedures are followed.
- Ensure accurate record keeping for experiments using electronic laboratory notebook.
- General ad-hoc duties as required to support the departmental and organisation requirements.
Biomaterial Scientist Requirements & Qualifications:
- Hold a PhD in bioengineering, biomaterials or tissue engineering with a BSc or MSc in Chemistry, bioengineering, biomedical science, biochemistry, or biotechnology.
- Fabrication and characterisation biomaterials for mammalian cell culture.
- Optimisation of biomaterials performance for in-vitro cell culture.
- A track-record of delivering results in a short-time frame.
Skills and Personality Traits:
- Excellent communication skills both written and spoken.
- Good time management and organisational skills.
- Ability to multitask.
- Happy to work as part of a small team.
Salary £. Competitive + Benefits - Permanent - Full Time
If you are a forward-thinking PhD Scientist with a who is passionate about sustainability, then get in touch with Gareth Emmett at Cranleigh with your CV.
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- Agency: Cranleigh Scientific
- Reference: 6838
- Posted: 24th March 2021
- Expires: 21st April 2021