Senior Scientist
Location:
Posted:
September 24, 2016
Reference:
WD92436
Basic qualifications:
M.S. in Chemical/Biochemical Engineering or related Biological Sciences with 2 years of industrial experience or B.S in Chemical/Biochemical Engineering or related Biological Sciences with 5 years of industrial experience.
Previous hands-on experience running bioreactors (250 mL to 200L scale) is required.
Experience developing and scaling up cell culture processes using Alternating Tangential Flow (ATF) technology.

Preferred qualifications:
Knowledge and understanding of the workings of bioreactors (including single use bioreactors), especially engineering concepts concerning mass transfer, mixing, control systems and loops, and tuning parameters.
Basic knowledge of statistical analysis, routine cell culture analytical methods and electronic data entry is highly desired.

Details:
You will be responsible for developing reproducible processes and understanding the engineering aspects of scale-up (i.e. the relationship between different types of bioreactors and their scales). You will also evaluate and implement ATF technology in the cell culture scale-up lab.
You will interact with colleagues in downstream process development, analytical methods development, clinical and commercial manufacturing groups for supporting projects. You will be responsible for authoring technical reports and technology transfer documents.
You must be highly motivated, have excellent verbal and written communication skills and must demonstrate ability to work as a part of the project team in a matrix team environment.

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