Downstream Process Scientist

  • Salary: Up to £45,000 per annum
  • REF Number: 00048600
  • Consultant: Georgia Bernard
  • Contact: 0191 384 8906
  • Date Published: 28.07.2020
  • Sector: Pharmaceutical, Life Sciences
  • Location: Slough, South East
  • Discipline: Biotechnology

CK Group are recruiting for a Downstream Process Scientist to join a leading drug discovery business at their state of the art facilities located in Slough on an initial 1 year contract.

The Company: Our client is in the business of improving the lives of patients around the globe with a particular focus on neurology and immunology based diseases.

Location: This position will be based on our clients site in Slough.

Downstream Process Scientist Role: As a Downstream Process Scientist you will be responsible for contributing to the development, optimisation and characterisation of downstream processes for the recovery and purification of antibody-based therapeutics.

Further responsibilities will include to:

  • Undertake purification process development experiments.
  • Assist with the evaluation of new bioprocess technologies.
  • Identify and utilise appropriate analytical techniques.

Your Background: The ideal candidate for this role will have the following qualifications, skills and experience:

  • Strong Bachelor's degree, Masters or PhD in a related field.
  • Knowledge of various downstream processing tools (in particular Akta and UNICORN-based chromatography equipment).
  • Proven experience of protein purification (chromatography and ultrafiltration).
  • Understanding of analytical methods (HPLC, ELISA and electrophoresis) for product purity and protein characterisation.

The Benefits: This role will offer the successful candidate an invaluable opportunity to develop their career within the Biopharmaceutical industry.

Apply: For more information or to apply for this Downstream Process Scientist position, please contact Georgia Bernard at CK Group on 0191 384 8906 or email gbernard@ckscience.co.uk quoting job reference 48600.

It is essential that applicants hold entitlement to work in the UK.

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