Sr. Scientist - Downstream Process Development - Job ID:6016

Responsibilities of the Sr. Scientist - Downstream Process Development:

  • Perform benchtop and preparative separations of cell line using various filtration, TFF, centrifugation and chromatographic techniques.
  • Develop protocols using Akta protein purification systems.
  • Complete concentrations and diafiltrations using TFF systems.
  • Lead tech transfer efforts to external manufacturing parties.
  • Write SOPs, batch records, and technology transfer documents.
Requirements of the Sr. Scientist - Downstream Process Development:
  • PhD and 5+ years industrial experience in process development.
  • Must have management experience and experience working with protein biologics.
  • Proficient with the use of Akta and other chromatography systems, UF\DF systems, and cell filtration devices.
 
Email resume in Microsoft Word format to: jobs@cwsciences.com 

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