Fast growing and extremely innovative scale-up
* Utilising unique methods for drug discovery
* Strong career progression opportunities
This is an opportunity to join an exciting drug discovery innovator, offering market leading science and ambitious plans. In line with growth, they are seeking an experienced Cell Biologist to join the team. This role might suit someone currently working in industry as a Scientist and are now looking for a fast-paced company to grow with.
What you’ll be doing:
Based at their in-house London wet lab, you will help develop cell-based assays to characterise biotherapeutics derived from bespoke antibody scaffold libraries for novel biotherapeutic discovery. In addition, help evaluate targets, design experiments, support project planning, and analyse data to give expert guidance to team members and other functions in the company. You will also work with the automation team to develop reliable, reproducible, and high-throughput workflows.
What experience you’ll need to apply?
* Relevant industrial experience, with a strong scientific background in Cell Biology, Immunology, or similar related fields.
* Strong mammalian cell culture experience, ideally with practical experience of running high-throughput functional cell-based assays.
* An understanding of biological drug discovery platforms, with the use of display libraries being an advantage.
* A collaborative team player, happy to work hands on in the lab, just as much as for R&D.
* Keen to learn and able to work in a fast-changing environment, whilst being a nice person at the same time (really important!).
* Any Flow cytometry or Ex vivo experience would be beneficial.
* PhD or MSc desirable.
What you’ll get in return for your experience
To be part of a brilliant and purpose driven team, for a company dedicated to have a positive impact on human health, with like minded people. The company also offers flexible working, self-study budgets, one to one coaching, and they are big on diversity!
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