Assay Development Scientist - Virology / Immunology, Central London, Permanent, £32,000 - £38,000
Assay Development Scientist - Virology / Immunology
Permanent position - £32,000 to £38,000 annually
Based in Central London
Do you have a background in Assay Development within Virology / Immunology techniques?
Would you like to work for a leading clinical development organisation with an ongoing COVID-19 testing project?
Through their specialised clinical trial platform, my client plays a key role in drug and vaccine development across a range of infectious and respiratory diseases. Their state of the art clinical and laboratory facilities are based in Central London, where they are looking to bring on board an Assay Development Scientist - Virology / Immunology within their R&D team to lead the technical development of Scientific Assays for laboratory based GCP Studies.
This is an excellent opportunity to join a team of driven scientists within a highly specialised virology and immunology laboratory, playing a key role in COVID-19 testing, drug discovery and development.
Key Responsibilities of the Assay Development Scientist - Virology / Immunology will include;
- Lead the development and execution of clinical studies and associated viral / immunological assays.
- Provide scientific expertise and support to members of the R&D laboratory.
- Oversee the analysis and collation of study data.
- Ensure the timely delivery of research projects, updating key stakeholders.
- Assist in the preparation of scientific publications.
To be considered for this Assay Development Scientist - Virology / Immunology vacancy you will need the following skills and experience;
- PhD / MSc in Life Sciences (Biomedical Science, Biochemistry, Virology, Immunology, Molecular Biology, Cell Biology, Infectious Disease etc.) or equivalent working experience.
- Experience of assay development across viral and/or immunology techniques e.g. Plaque assay, infectivity assay, neutralization assay, ELISPOT, ELISA & Cytokine Biomarker analysis.
- Strong written skillset in order to prepare technical scientific reports, documents and presentations.
- Excellent communication skills in order to work effectively with colleagues and external stakeholders.
- Beneficial - Experience working within a GcP/GxP laboratory.
Key Words "Assay Development Scientist, Development Scientist, Assay Development, Clinical Trial, Clinical Studies, Virology, Immunology, Biomedical Science, Good Clinical Practice, GcP, GxP, BSL2, BSL3, London"
Please apply online or call Katie-May Kress on 0203 0964711 for more information