Scientific
Scientific

Development Technician

Oxford

Scope

Our Client are a global, high growth diagnostics company focused on developing and commercialising assays for immunology and infectious disease. This position is a member of the Development Team and is specifically responsible for design, performance, and interpretation of experiments in support of the companys development of automated solutions and broader development objectives.

Responsibilities

  • Working closely with the automation and development scientists and engineers, senior development scientists, responsible for experiments that are designed and conducted in line with overall product development strategy.
  • With direction from their supervisor, taking responsibility for the design and conduct of experiments supporting lab automation and product development goals.
  • Ensuring that work is completed to agreed timelines.
  • Ensuring that any likely delays or issues with a given project are communicated to their supervisor in a timely manner.
  • With significant input from their supervisor, prioritising workload to ensure key objectives agreed with supervisor are met on time.
  • Support organisation, execution, and analysis of clinical trials, in collaboration with Clinical Affairs team, when required (preparation of paperwork/shipping of reagents/lab training/data collation).
  • Performing duties in other departments, on an occasional basis to meet critical Company objectives as required.
  • Ensuring that projects are carried out in accordance with the Company Quality System and to the required Regulatory standards.
  • Ensuring that conclusions in written reports reflect the data presented and reports are of the highest quality.

About You

  • An understanding of the diagnostic and pharmaceutical industries
  • Familiarity with Quality System concepts and requirements including GMP and ISO systems.
  • Previous experience in protocol/report writing/handling of data with minimal supervision.
  • Willing to spend extended periods of time at clinical sites outside of UK (minimum of 1 month)
  • Eligible passport and/or visa to enable travel to USA, South Africa and China at a minimum
  • Knowledge of Windows and Office bases applications; Word, Excel, PowerPoint.
  • Degree or Equivalent
  • Ability to organise and prioritise work loads
  • Capable of handling multiple tasks at the same time.
  • Capable of working effectively in a team environment.
If you are interested in the above role then please apply or get in touch to discuss further.
Sophia Kingan Managed by Sophia Kingan
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South East
Permanent
Scientific
apply Posted - 08.04.2022

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