Research Associate

Research Associate
  • Competitive
    ANNUM
  • Contract
  • Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, UK cb2 3ar Cambridge Cambridgeshire UK cb2 3ar
Job Ref: J2157293
Sector: Science
Sub-sectors: Biotech/Life Sciences, Medical Devices
Date Added: 01 October 2020
Research Associate Cambridge 6 month FTC Life Sciences

Research Associate - Cambridge

6 month FTC

Immediate start

£ Competitive

Key words: molecular biology, nucleic acid extraction, assay development, ISO13485, Cambridge

Role profile:

This is an exciting new role, based in Cambridge for a growing organisation, within the Life Science team. You will have great exposure to the lifecycle of a project, focusing on planning, executing and reporting on experiments; and benefit from the multidisciplinary approach that this organisation adopts.

Key role requirements:

  • BSc or equivalent in Biochemistry, Molecular/Cell Biology, Biomedical or a related discipline.

  • Approx 2 years' hands-on laboratory experience either in industry or academia.

  • Proven experience with nucleic acid extraction and nucleic acid quantification in a laboratory environment, following protocols consistently and producing accurate results.

  • Background in experimental design, execution and data analysis.

  • You will be required to work both with standard instrumentation and prototype systems and will be able to adapt accordingly.

  • You will have strong communication skills and will be able to show evidence that you can present succinctly and clearly to others.

  • It would be beneficial to have worked with ISO 13485.

  • It would be helpful to have worked with assay development (inc reagent formulation and validation)

Does this accurately describe your background and expertise?

Contact Bec Johnston for further information: bec.johnston@srgtalent.com / 01223 607858

SRGTalent
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