Associate Scientist Upstream Processing

Are you a motivated candidate with some years experience bacterial/mammalian cell culture and do you have strong affinity with upstream process development? Then this position might be interesting for you! Keep reading to find out more!

Het is niet meer mogelijk om te solliciteren op deze vacature. Back to overview

What will your job be

We are looking for a motivated Associated Scientist within the field of upstream process development. Key responsibilities:

  • Under limited supervision, but as part of a team you will plan, prepare and execute scientific studies
  • This will be part of a project plan, and you will be responsible for analyzing the results and reporting main conclusions
  • Experiments may be performed in bioreactors or in a reduced-scale shaker flask model
  • Room to work on continuous improvement topics to increase safety, efficiency in workflow and support of scientific projects

What are we looking for

For the position of Associate Scientist Upstream processing we are looking for a candidate with a strong affinity for upstream process development.

  • You have a MSc degree in a relevant discpiline with at least 1-2 years of experience
  • Mbo/BSc candidates with at least 5 years of experience in biotechnology or pharmacy are also welcome to apply
  • Experience with mammalian/bacterial cell culture, hands-on experience with bioreactors, preferably at lab-scale
  • You are a motivated team player who is flexible and has a can-do attitude, and a pro-active mindset.
  • You have good communication skills in Dutch and/or English

What do we offer

  • A contract for 12 months at CheckMark, with the possibility of an extension
  • Salary indication from €2624 gross per month based on fulltime
  • Full-time position (40 hours/week)
  • Dayshift

Where will you work

A global biotech company which is dedicated to bringing meaningful innovations to global health. They focus on the discovery, development, manufacturing and marketing of vaccines and antibodies to protect people from infectious diseases. You will be working in the USP department. The USP department is responsible for the development of scalable, pharmaceutical-grade production processes for viral vaccines using mammalian cell lines as a production platform. Novel technologies are used to make sure that the processes are safe, reliable, scalable and cost-effective, so that the vaccines can be produced in large quantities at low costs.

More information

Sebastiaan Loriaux
088 00 211 26
Jurjen Wilschut
088 00 211 22 6732
Het is niet meer mogelijk om te solliciteren op deze vacature.