Responsibilities of the Assay Development Scientist
For one of our pharmaceutical clients in the area of Beerse, we are looking for an Assay Development Scientist. As an Assay Development Scientist, your responsibilities are:
- Develop assays in biochemical and cell based formats that are suitable for automated high-throughput screening in 384 format.
- Assist in testing automated procedures.
- Preform high -throughput screens.
- Document, analyze, and interpret experimental results
- present results and conclusions at internal team meetings
Profile of the Assay Development Scientist
- Master’s or Ph.D degree in a relevant field and hands-on lab relevant experience.
- Expertise in cell based assays is required.
- Expertise with methods such as luminescence, fluorescence ( FRET, HCI), absorbance and radiometric detection is desired.
- Affinity with data computational analysis, lab based automation.
- Demonstrated ability to multi-task daily in the lab, to prioritize and optimally plan work and to manage several projects simultaneously meeting deadlines
- Familiar with all cell culture aspects needed for screening.
- High level of accuracy, precision and attention to detail in all aspects of screening (plate handling, assay details, reagent quality, data analysis).
- Ability to accomplish the described duties through the use of appropriate laboratory equipment and computer equipment and software.
- Need to be able to read, write and understand English.
- Positive attitude, enthusiastic and motivated
Offer for the Assay Development Scientist
- Challenging projects based on your interests and skills
- Personal follow-up and clear, transparent communication both before and after commencement of employment
- Possibility to follow extra training
- Inspiring network events and legendary after work drinks
- Strong network of industry leading clients
- Expertise within IT, Engineering and Life Sciences
- A flying start for every junior, growth opportunities and possibility to share gathered knowledge for more senior employees