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Scope of Position:
This position will contribute to the development of new products/technologies for bioprocessing applications. The candidate must have the ability to work independently as well as the ability to work as a part of the team. Operating safely in the laboratory and instrument maintenance is also required.
Day to Day Responsibilities:
•Design, coordinate and execute cell-based experiments
•Record, analyze, interpret, and report data to the project team
•Perform routine cell culture procedures and maintain different cell lines
•Due to the nature of cell culture, the candidate must be willing to adopt a flexible work schedule
Travel Requirements: None
•Preferably a PhD candidate
Required Years and Area of Experience:
No prior experience
required. Previous industrial experience is a plus.
•Strong background in bioprocessing, specifically in Cell and Gene Therapy workflows
•Expertise in mammalian cell culture
•Experience using bioreactor for viral vector or antibody production
•Must have strong written and verbal communication skills
•Knowledge and experience with downstream bioprocessing technologies/equipment is desirable
•Good team player with strong work ethics
•Demonstration of drive and commitment
•Value differences in people and ideas
This position does not support immigration sponsorship.
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