- Years of working:3+ years of industry experience
- Working place:Los Angeles, CA
- Recruiting number:No limit
- Education background：Ph.D. with experience in immunology, molecular biology, or a related field
- Affiliate department：LA
Our research team in Los Angeles is seeking a highly motivated individual to play a critical role in viral vector discovery and process development. Primarily, the role will execute viral vector production, purification, process characterization, production scale-up, and analytical testing. At the same time, your responsibilities and priorities are expected to evolve, so adaptability is a must. Execution of accurate, up-to-date records of experiments and prompt reporting of results will be required. Individuals must be proactive self-starters who adapt to both independent and team-based tasks. This position is laboratory-based with the possibility of direct reports.
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If you are interested in applying for this opportunity, please submit your resume and cover letter. All submissions will be evaluated, and interviews will be conducted for those applicants who most strongly fit our needs. If you are not contacted for an interview, your resume will remain on file and active for available positions for a period of one year.
Qualifications and Skills:
Ph.D. with experience in immunology, molecular biology, or a related field
Demonstrated expertise in molecular biology, cloning, PCR, and genetic manipulation
Proficiency with mammalian cell transfection/transduction, and viral vector packaging.
Experience with flow cytometers, bioreactors, FPLC, TFF systems.
Hands-on experience with stable cell lines development for retro or lentiviral vectors is preferred.
Hands-on experience with T cell or other primary leukocyte culture. Previous experience with CAR-T or immunotherapy is preferred.
Strong record-keeping skills and attentional to detail in documentation
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills for working closely with a diverse array of team members