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Senior Scientist – Clonal Amplification

Senior Scientist – Clonal Amplification

CT19

We are looking for Clonal Amplification Scientists at all levels (Associate to Senior) to join a Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) Biotechnology company based in London. If you are looking to join a growing company at the forefront of cutting edge genomic diagnostics technology that are on a mission to improve patients care.
 
The successful candidate will be a member of the NGS Clonal Amplification Team responsible for comprising technology development of clonal DNA amplification performed on an integrated circuit (chip). The on-chip process must be compatible with cartridge-based automation and performance must meet the demanding requirements of the novel DNAe NGS platform. Senior Scientists are also responsible for proactive interaction with other subsystems (including cartridge, instrument, and integrated circuit teams) to ensure effective communication, proper alignment of input/output requirements and successful development and integration of the sequencing protocol and chemistries into the automated platform process workflow.
 
Clonal Amplification Scientist
Location: White City, London
Salary: £DOE + (25 days holiday, 4% pension, Private Healthcare, plus numerous soft benefits)
 
Responsibilities:

  • Performing laboratory experiments for technology development, involving molecular biology and biochemistry skills and transferring results to a novel cartridge-based workflow.
  • Independently driving a scientific study, setting goals and determining a series of future experiments.
  • Performing extensive literature research to aid one’s own work.
  • Management of a small team of research associates, providing technical leadership and being accountable for their professional development.
  • Recommending innovative approaches, analysing your experimental data, and suggesting new strategies for the team.

 
Desirable Experience:

  • PhD/MSc in Chemistry, Biochemistry, Molecular Biology
  • Knowledge of NGS workflows.
  • Broad development experience of molecular analysis technologies.
  • Experience or the capability to manage Research Assistants (Senior Scientist)
  • An innovative and pragmatic mindset, with excellent problem solving and analytical abilities.
  • Direct NGS laboratory experience.
  • Experience with nucleic acid amplification (PCR and non-PCR, including isothermal).
  • Development experience with IVD or NGS systems.
  • Microfluidics, cartridge, or instrument development experience.
  • A background in the development of molecular diagnostic products for commercially relevant applications.
  • Experience interacting with disciplines that may be outside of the candidate’s area of expertise, such as engineering, software development and bioinformatics.
  • Demonstrable creativity and innovation ideally evidenced by patent filings and relevant publications.

 
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