An exciting opportunity to join a fast growing, dynamic team conducting molecular analysis. Working for an industry leading contract research organisation, supporting cutting-edge sponsor studies, employing a range of molecular techniques for vaccines and gene therapy research. As a senior member of the group, you would be working largely unsupervised, often acting as sole signatory on reports. You will liaise directly with external sponsors to establish project requirements and ensure these are delivered effectively within timescale and budget.
- Mammalian cell culture experience
- In depth knowledge of molecular assays such as TCID50, NGS and qPCR
- GMP regulatory lab experience, with knowledge and application of validation parameters for ICH Q2 R1
- Assay development and validation experience
- Good communication skills able to build rapport with clients.
- Highly organised with strong attention to detail
- Ability to critique and improve activities through continuous improvement and innovation.
The role is a permanent role where core hours are 37.5 hours per week, operating on a flexible working basis. Providing necessary training to meet the requirements of the role and progress your career!
If you meet the requirements above and would like to be considered for the role then please apply!
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Keywords: Manchester, North West, qPCR, next generation sequencing, NGS, CRO, Molecular assays, GMP, GDP regulations, Laboratory, Vaccines, Gene therapies, validation, optimisation, Life Sciences, FTSE 100, VRS7044TN
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