Wat ga je doen
As a Senior Associate Scientist Protein Characterization you will perform and implement formulation experiments and analyses related
to the biophysical characterization of large molecules such as proteins, glycoproteins, and/or peptides.
- You will implement en improve the current assays for adjuvants, proteins, glycoconjugates and particle based vaccines
- You will work in a multidisciplinary team of researchers and show a willingness to learn/explore new techniques.
- You will develop test procedures and write scientific and study reports
- Furthermore you ensure compliance with regulatory requirements, GMP, and safety and you report to the Senior Scientist
- Support the equipment selection, purchase and maintanence
- You will support CROs to plan, execute, document, and review their work
Wat vragen wij
For the position of a Senior Associate Scientist Protein Characterization we are looking for an academic (Master or PhD) candidate with some years of work experience.
- You have at least 2 years of work experience
- Industrial work experience is preferred, but fresh PhD holders or junior postdocs are also welcome to apply
- You have experience with formulation and characterization of large molecules such as recombinant proteins, glycoproteins or glycoconjugates
- A must have skill is HPLC (SEC, normal phase, reversed phase)
- These skills are a big plus: nano differential scanning fluorimetry (DSF), Differential scanning calorimetry (DSC), Circular dichroism (CD), DLS, SEC-MALS
- Experience with SDS-PAGE, Capillary isoelectric focusing (cIEF), cWES, and molecular modeling of proteins and ligands are nice to have
- Knowledge of planning stability studies for large molecules
- You have strong Dutch and English language skills
Wat hebben we te bieden
- Long term position, which starts with a contract at CheckMark
- Salary indication from €3700 gross per month based on a full-time position
- Full-time position (40 hours/week)
Waar ga je aan de slag
Pharmaceutical company. This department is working on the discovery and early development of new vaccines for bacterial infectious diesases and this team provides the biophysical characterization of large molecules such as antigens en conjugates.