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Preclinical Project Leader?-?Antibody Therapeutics posted by Additional Resources

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£50,000 - £65,000 / year
NHS Band 8B

Job Description

Preclinical Project Leader - Antibody Therapeutics - Oxford

Salary £50k - £65k fully dependant on experience + share options + other benefits

At the company they  are aspiring to create the next generation of antibody therapeutics, and in doing so, change patient’s lives. They love working with people who share this vision and are passionate about pushing the boundaries of science to improve human health


A critical part of achieving their vision is doing it with fantastic people, and as such they are looking for a Project Leader to join the team. For this role, you should be excited about working in a small, dynamic team; always keen to get involved; and be a team player. The position represents an excellent opportunity for someone looking to take leadership responsibility in an early stage bispecific antibody programme

Applicants should have extensive laboratory research experience and experience in leading preclinical therapeutic projects. You will lead the design and execution of one of the company’ core programmes through molecule optimisation, preclinical biology, and candidate selection. You should have advanced organisational skills as the position will include managing contractors, external experts and the company’s research staff; designing and executing experiments; and prioritising multiple research activities. At the company they believe in leading by example, so while a significant amount of work will be project management,you’ll also be expected to don the lab coat and get involved at the bench.

Key Responsibilities

Designing and executing a preclinical antibody development plan from early lead selection through to development and candidate nomination
Innovating and optimising antibody design to deliver therapeutic leads
Designing, conducting and analysing candidate nomination experiments
Working with experts to deliver a translational biology data package
Managing project timelines and budgets
Managing research staff
Contributing ideas
Making sure every day is better than the last

You should have

Experience in leading therapeutic antibody development projects
Proven ability to set and meet deadlines
Excellent communication and presentation skills
Innovative, inclusive and forward looking mindset
Excellent people management skills
Passion for working on a programme in the inflammatory disease space
Flexibility and adaptability to change with a commitment to strive in a highly dynamic and challenging environment

Working at the company will involve coming into a stimulating and entrepreneurial work environment with excellent exposure to industry leading experts. Being part of a small team means that you will be exposed to all aspect of R&D and the broader business. You will benefit from working with a great team, a competitive remuneration package including employee share options, and significant opportunities for career development.

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