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  • Location: London
  • Salary: £30000 - £38000 per annum
  • Job Type:Permanent

Posted about 1 month ago

  • Sector: Translational Science
  • Contact: Aaron Stone
  • Contact Email:
  • Contact Phone: 01403 216216
  • Start Date: 2021-03-16
  • Job Ref: V-46690
A Bioprocess Scientist is required to join a fantastic Cell & Gene Therapy company based in central London. They work with partners in academia and industry to ensure these life-changing therapies can be developed for use in health services throughout the world. The purpose of the Bioprocess Scientist is to support the development of novel cell therapy medicinal products and associated technology for multiple clients and collaborators.
On offer is a competitive salary up to £38,000 + benefits. The role is based in central London and offers the chance to work in a modern laboratory with fantastic views over London.
Responsibilities of the Bioprocess Scientist will include:
  • Drive laboratory-based development activities across a range of projects.
  • Progression of research based manufacturing processes to scalable clinical manufacturing protocols that become suitable for commercial use
  • Collaboration with process and analytical development scientists within academic and industrial settings.
Experience required:
  • PhD in an area relevant to cell or gene therapies or MSc/BSc with 3+ years industrial experience within an appropriate Life Science environment (either with biologics or cell therapies).
  • Excellent working knowledge either in biologics or cell biology is essential.
  • Experienced in novel cell and gene therapy processing technologies, particularly within upstream cell bioprocessing is essential.
  • Working knowledge of GMP is required.
  • Cell culture experience with either Immune cells (Lymphocytes, PBMC, Dendritic cells) HSC CD34+ cells, hESC, hiPS, MSC, HEK293 or other clinically relevant cell types is essential.
  • Demonstrable experience in relevant analytical techniques (Cell counts, Flow Cytometry, metabolite analysis, PCR) is required.