Stem Cell Scientist
A very exciting opportunity for a Stem Cell Scientist/Study Director with experience in stem cell reprogramming of iPSCs, to join a growing company specialising in the areas of drug development and regenerative medicine. A permanent position based near Glasgow, where the successful candidate will be responsible for management and delivery of stem cell-based contract research services.
The Company: Fast growing company working in the fast moving areas of drug development and regenerative medicine. On offer is a competitive salary (commensurate with experience) and company pension
Stem Cell Scientist Role:
- You will work across all areas of the lab-based drug discovery services business, though main focus will be on Stem cell research services.
- Further training for in vitro pharmacology services will be provided.
- Our client operate seven days per week, therefore flexible working is essential, as it will involve out of hours working (weekend and on call).
- In addition toa strong academic/laboratory-based stem cell research background; demonstrable report writing, data analysis and communication skills are essential
Responsibilities will include to:
- Carry out experimental research, primarily stem cell servicecontracts and in vitro pharmacology.
- Fulfil role of Study Director for contract research studies.
- Liaise with management to ensure CRO (contract research organisation) and R&D milestones are met.
- This post will involve some out-of-hours working.
- Minimum BSc in stem cell-related science with at least 5 years relevant work experience; or PhD in stem cell-related science.
- Experience in stem cell reprogramming/handling of iPSCs is extremely advantageous.
- Experience in lab-based stem cell culture is essential.
- Experience within a GMP, GLP or commercial environment is highly advantageous.
Apply: For more information or to apply for this Stem Cell Scientist position, please contact Naynesh Mistry on 01246 457703 or email firstname.lastname@example.org, quoting ref number 49506.
It is essential that applicants hold entitlement to work in the UK.