Your new role
As a Technician in the Bioanalytical Science team, you will be a pivotal player in our mission to accelerate the development of your new employer’s innovative formats and compounds and get their medicines to patients fast. You will be responsible for supporting the development, qualification and execution of immunoassays for pre-clinical and clinical sample assessment. You generate, process and report data of high quality and integrity to inform on safety and efficacy during product development, enabling the registration of new therapeutic products. To achieve this, you work in a regulated GLP/GCP environment, adhering to relevant guidelines and standard operating procedures to guarantee data reliability.
On a daily basis you will be responsible for:
- Working together with the Scientific Lead to develop, qualify and execute immunoassays – efficiently and independently organizing the execution of development and analysis plans;
- Ensuring compliance to GLP/GCP guidelines and carrying out tasks according to standard operating procedures and study-specific plans;
- Supporting process improvement/technology innovation projects;
- Setting high quality standards and documenting results accurately;
- Acting as a mentor to others within the team; set standards; train others in correct execution of methods, processes, procedures and technologies.
In order to be successful as a Technician Bioanalytical Science, you have a completed MLO, HLO or university Bachelor’s education and relevant work experience in development and execution of Ligand Binding Assays (ELISA, ECLIA, SIMOA) in an industry setting. Internship experience will also be considered as experience. Ideally you have at least 1 year of relevant working experience. You have demonstrated experience with regulatory bioanalysis and knowledge of relevant guidance documents as well as GLP/GCP experience. You are familiar with basic statistical and data analysis software such as Excel, GraphPad Prism, design expert or SoftMax Pro.
As a person, you are well-organized, you can work to tight deadlines, and you enjoy alternating between office and laboratory activities (this position is 3 days lab, 2 days non lab, (home) office tasks such as writing SOPs, making and validating work sheets, data analysis etc). On top of this, you can communicate plans and results clearly to the team and other parties involved and you have good stakeholder management skills. You are fluent in English, Dutch is not mandatory for this position.
About the organization
You will work for an international biotech company specializing in the creation and development of innovative differentiated antibody therapeutics for the treatment of cancer and the improvement of the lives of cancer patients.
The company has been active for almost 25 years and they now have over 1000 people working for them. Their headquarters are in Denmark and next to this office, they have sites in the US, Japan and the one in Utrecht that you might join!
Your new employer offers you a suitable salary that fits your experience and expertise. Of course, you will also get good secondary benefits such as a 1 year contract with the intention to convert to a permanent contract afterwards. They also offer an annual bonus, holiday pay (8%), stocks, a good pension scheme (2/3 paid by employer), 25 holidays, travel expenses and a hybrid working policy.
You will be working in an informal, multicultural environment where inclusiveness, openness and support are key words.
What you need to do now
Are you interested in this vacancy as Technician Bioanalytical Science? Click 'Apply' and send an up-to-date CV or call Merel Hasselo on +31620076590. If this vacancy is not exactly what you are looking for, but you are looking for a different position, please contact us for a confidential discussion about your career options.