SENIOR SCIENTIST – LEAD / Precision Medicine / Bioinformatics

Location Kraków
Offer description


Our Client, a leading European bioinformatics company focused on precision medicine and AI is looking for:


SENIOR SCIENTIST – LEAD / Precision Medicine / Bioinformatics

Location: Krakow, Poland


This time we collaborate with a Company focused on enhancing Life Sciences with cutting-edge technologies and domain expertise.


Our Client is growing rapidly and in a process of expanding their R&D Department in immuno-oncology. They are preparing own product pipeline in the field of precision medicine. 


Our Client is looking for a Senior Scientist, who will be able to support them with his/her knowledge and expertise in using bioinformatics and data science tools and will contribute to the work on Company's own products in innovative diagnostic and therapeutic methods in oncology. This is a chance to work with energetic and determined people on some ground-breaking projects.


  • Support of development of bioinformatics products in the field of personalized medicine, and developing them (e.g. prediction of therapeutic responses)
  • Ability to read market trends in the field of precision medicine and work on expanding own product portfolio
  • Being a key contributor of R&D works. 
  • Active participation in discussions with the Company's partners and throughout the entire Company value-building process,
  • Representing Company at international scientific conferences
Required skills

  •  PhD in biological sciences with strong bioinformatics background; business studies will be an additional advantage
  • Several years of experience in working using bioinformatics in biotechnology
  • Experience in developing products with the use of bioinformatics tools as a manager of development process 
  • Experience in team management would be a plus
  • Fluent knowledge of English


Interested Candidates are requested to submit CV by clicking the button Apply. 


We would be happy to discuss your career opportunities. 


Last modified Thursday, May 9, 2019