A brilliant opportunity to join a biopharma company as they expand with development opportunities in the UK or US.
You will take a leading role in development, optimization, and engineering of the company's cell culture manufacturing. Responsibilities will include extracellular vesicle batch manufacturing, processing, purification, analysis, release, and post-production manipulation (e.g. vesicle loading). You should be very comfortable with coordination of multiple external academic and/or contract research groups, as this will be central to your management role.QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCEPhD with industrial experience in a relevant discipline with strong foundational knowledge of cellular biology and mammalian cell culture systemsHands on experience in mammalian cell culture and process development, with specific expertise in hematopoietic cell culture and HSC differentiation in vitroExperience with commercial cell culture manufacturing and with different scale/format culture platforms is desiredExperience in multi-parameter flow cytometry for cellular characterization; experience with a broad range of cell assays would be advantageous
Cell product downstream processing experience, including steps such as purification, volume exchange, formulation, and product preservation
Experience with EV production, isolation and characterization
Good Laboratory Skills - including practical organization and implementation of experiments within an SOP controlled lab environment, and good practice in documentation and record keeping. Experience and/or understanding of working within a quality system-controlled laboratory is desirable.
Working knowledge of relevant FDA guidance, quality management systems, design control, test method validation, and design verificationWillingness to work collegiately and collaboratively across a small team where work patterns and hours vary (within reason) based on project demands; the dedication and drive to deliver high quality data in challenging timeframes.
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