A pioneer of biotechnology products in Cambridge is looking for a biochemical assay scientist to complement their research team.
This is an excellent opportunity where you will be able to make a real difference with your work, developing assays within the rapidly growing field of synthetic biology.
You will be utilising your biochemical assay development experience and will work on the creation of novel biochemical assays, utilising the company’s expertise in microfluidics, to create ground-breaking products.
It will be your role to design, develop, and integrate key biological components, across a variety of different applications, whilst working closely with the head of biology and a multidisciplinary team of scientists.
To be considered for this exciting role you will need to have the following;
- An understanding of developing biochemical assays within a commercial setting
- Ideally educated to PhD-level in Biochem or Mol Bio, but this is flexible.
- Knowledge of hybridisation, amplification, detection, purification, and quantification biophysical methods.
The company are open-minded on this hire and place a lot of emphasis on the personality of the scientist and so will provide training if you are perhaps missing some of the experience needed for this role.
In exchange for your skills and expertise, the company offer a package that will be tailored to your expectations and the chance to join an exceptional team of scientists and bring new ideas to realisation.
For more information, make an application now and a consultant at Newton Colmore will be in touch to talk through this opportunity, confidentially.
Newton Colmore Consulting is a specialist talent acquisition consultancy operating within the medical devices and biotechnology sectors. We have over ten years worth of expertise of placing candidates with our clients, globally. Our sole aim is to utilise this expertise and knowledge to maximise your chances of securing your ideal role with our clients.
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