Senior Scientist in Biology

Offer description

ExecMind is a Life Science Executive Search company focused on recruitment of top scientists and management in global biotech and medtech industries.

We are pleased to invite you to apply to a position of

Senior Scientist - Biology

Location: Lublin, Poland

Together with an innovative biotech company, based in Lublin, Poland, we are looking for an established scientist, a person eager to learn and do research in biology and diagnostics of viral infections.

Ideal candidate should possess a PhD degree with several years of industrial experience within pre-clinical and clinical diagnostic research.

  • Overseeing daily work of biologists and technicians focused on product development
  • Working in the lab planning and executing immunochemical and biochemical assays
  • Coordinating work of associates to meet the company and project timelines
  • Working within the interdisciplinary team
  • Utilizing expert knowledge on immunochemistry, viral infections, and diagnostics
Required skills
  • Accomplished Biologist/Immunologist, at least PhD level
  • At least 2-4 years of experience for the Sr. Scientist role. Previous experience in biotech industry is highly desirable.
  • Technical experience in the area of pre-clinical and clinical diagnostic research is essential for this position
  • Highly energetic with hands-on experience in development and validation of in vitro assays aimed to verify target binding
  • Training and/or experience in basic molecular biology techniques like cell culture, cytotoxicity and proliferation assays, Western blot and ELISA, protein based in vitro activity assays is a must
  • Strong leadership, interpersonal and communication skills to be capable of organizing work of scientific team in diagnostics development projects
  • Fluent in English
  • Working in a highly innovative, self-driven and growing biotech startup, executing SME Instrument project co-financed by European Commission
  • Competitive package and great atmosphere
Last modified Wednesday, February 17, 2021