Are you a proactive and enthusiastic individual keen to make a difference within research and development? Do you want a job that will help save lives?
We are currently working on an exciting new project with a rapidly growing research and development company, who are offering the opportunity to be involved in transforming in vitro diagnostic testing and providing a next generation of healthcare.
This company is also developing COVID-19 testing kits as one of their many current projects. They are looking to ramp up their manufacturing and production capacity in order to develop these testing kits and to allow extra resources for their other very successful projects.
They are therefore looking for hands on, experienced individuals to join their Reagents Team at their state of the art site near Stirling on a permanent basis, who can help make a significant contribution to their continued success.
The roles on offer are:
- Mainly hands on lab based role leading a team of scientists and technicians in the development and preparation of reagents for assays.
- Lead the design, development and qualification of in process tests to track and trend performance of assay reagents.
- Lead the development of scaleable reagent processes and facilitate the transfer to manufacturing.
- Receive, process, test, aliquot and store clinical samples including all sample information from clinical sites.
- Routine verification, calibration, maintenance and operation of laboratory equipment.
- Assist scientists in carrying out experiments and process results whilst ensuring laboratory equipment is maintained effectively.
- Mainly lab based role but will have people management and development responsibilities.
- Optimise antibody-particle binding and fluorophone antibody labelling chemistry at volume.
- Design and develop reagent processes to eliminate variation and maximise throughput and output using process control plans and statistical tools.
To find out more about any of the roles on offer or to submit your CV, please contact Georgia Bernard.