We are looking for a Scientist UpStream Processing for our USP department in Leiden, The Netherlands. As a Scientist, you will be leading a team of up to 6 technicians. This team works on vaccine development and activities include DNA cloning, upstream process development (both mammalian and microbial), medium development, and clinical manufacturing in our GMP facility. Platforms used for adherent cells are t-flasks, cell stacks, microcarriers and fixed bed bioreactor systems (both commercial and new platforms). For suspension cells, platforms used are shake flasks, 10 liter Bioreactor up to 50 liter Bioreactor systems. The Scientist is responsible for planning the work, drafting study plans & reports and coaching Technicians. Additionally, the Scientist has a pivotal role in project teams regarding deliverables and interacting with other departments within Batavia Biosciences. Hereto, strong organizational skills are essential and flexibility is a must. The majority of work is executed under BSL2 and BSL3 conditions.
You will join a stimulating group of international researchers in a very collaborative environment. As part of this group, your personal as well as your scientific growth are encouraged and developed. This position reports to the Associate Director USP and indirect to the Project Manager.
Your letter of motivation and CV should show that you have:
In the interviews, it will be clear that:
You are enthusiastic and comfortable in a dynamic environment. You can work both in a team and individually. You communicate clearly at all levels; you can get your thoughts, ideas and knowledge across in a helpful and clear way. You enjoy both hands-on and theoretical work. Your planning and organization skills allow you to have an overview of the necessary work and you are able to meet deadlines.
You can send your application to our HR Manager, Mrs. Ingrid van Aarle, by email firstname.lastname@example.org
Acquisition regarding this position is not appreciated.