What will your job be
As a Senior Scientist Upstream Processing (USP) you will develop and execute USP early stage and late stage development and tech transfer strategies.
- You will lead teams of motivated process developers
- You will create and manage research plans with greater complexity in the delivery of business results
- Furthermore you will represent USP in multidisciplinary project team(s)
- Act as senior author in the preparation of presentations, technical reports, documents for regulatory filing and patents
- Apply the latest technological innovations into the daily work. One of the major innovations currently explored is modeling, data management and statistical analysis applied to bioprocessing
What are we looking for
For the positon of a Senior Scientist Upstream Processing we are looking for a PhD candidate (life science) with at least 5 years of relevant experience.
- You have a least some years of relevant experience in industry
- Technical knowledge on bioreactor process technology; ideally for R&D and/or commercial (GMP) purposes
- Experience with two or more of the following: life cycle process validation; regulatory submission writing; process improvements; technology transfer; manufacturing support.
- We're looking for someone with coaching and leadership capabilities. Someone of high integrity & instilling trust, and able to help the team make decisions and formulate priorities.
What do we offer
- Starting with a secondment via CheckMark Labrecruitment for one year.
- Salary indication starting at €5500,- based on fulltime
- Fulltime position (40 hours/week)
- Day shift
Where will you work
Our client is one of the biggest health care companies in the world. Their teams
focus on the discovery, development, manufacturing and marketing of
novel vaccines to prevent some of the most devastating and complex
infectious diseases. These range from respiratory infections like respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) to human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and pathogens of global concern such as Ebola and COVID-19.
You will work within the USP department which is responsible for the development of scalable, pharmaceutical-grade production processes for viral vaccines using mammalian cell lines as a production platform.