Senior Scientist

Senior Scientist
  • £30,000 - £40,000 per Annum
  • Permanent
  • Oxfordshire, England, UK Oxfordshire UK ox4 4ga
Job Ref: J2156665
Sector: Science
Sub-sector: Biotech/Life Sciences
Date Added: 05 January 2021
My client is an industry leading Biotechnology business within the Diagnostics space.

My client is an industry leading Biotechnology business within the Diagnostics space with a global presence and head offices in Oxfordshire. They are going through a period of growth and looking to expand their Research & Development department with the recruitment of a Senior Scientist.

This is a Senior Scientist role which is partly laboratory based and will also lead a team of scientist. This role will support Research & Development to develop the technology in life with the company product development strategy.

The Role- This is a team lead role and will lead a small team of scientists.- The Senior Scientist will be responsible for contributing to ideas, knowledge and development of the companies projects.- You will have the opportunity to support assay development and design and analysis methods with a focus on molecular biology.- The scope of work will include working with proteins and protein complexes.- The role will also include presenting, discussing and communicating information to to internal and external stakeholders.

Your Skills

* Phd level graduate in related Life Sciences subject such as Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, Chemical Biology.* We are looking for candidates with some industry experience within a laboratory GMP/GLP enviroment* Relevant laboratory experience within DNA handling, sequencing and proteins

This is an exciting opportunity for a driven Scientist to join this growing cutting edge company.

If you or anybody in your network is interested in this opportunity then please do get in touch on 0121 726 9711 or

04/02/2021 09:37:49
GBP 30000.00 30000.00
Contact Consultant:
Marcus Jolly

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