Sr. Scientist - Upstream Process Development - Job ID:6017

Responsibilities of the Sr. Scientist - Upstream Process Development:

  • Design and develop cell growth and transfection using small-scale and large-scale bioreactors.
  • Monitor cell viability, growth, and metabolites.
  • Assemble, sterilize, prepare, and maintain bioreactors, ancillary materials and equipment for cell culture, viral infection and harvest experiments.
  • Generate, manage, and maintain critical methods and data in a highly organized manner
  • Write various experimental reports, SOPs, batch records, technology transfer documents and participate in authoring relevant regulatory documents
  • Lead as Voyager point person for and maintain various external relationships with partners, vendors and CMOs/CROs
Requirements of the Sr. Scientist - Upstream Process Development:
  • PhD in chemical engineering or related field.
  • Must have 5+ years industrial experience in process development.
  • Must have managerial experience and be proficient with aseptic technique.
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