Cell Cultivation Scientist in CMC Development. HOVEDSTADEN
Ofertas de empleo en Dinamarca (HOVEDSTADEN) de Ingenieros químicos
Clasificación del trabajo:Profesionales científicos e intelectuales : Profesionales de las ciencias y de la ingeniería : Ingenieros (excluyendo electrotecnólogos) : Ingenieros químicos. Arbejde, der forudsætter viden på højeste niveau inden for pågældende område : Arbejde inden for naturvidenskab og ingeniørvirksomhed : Ingeniørarbejde (undtagen inden for elektroteknologi) : Ingeniørarbejde inden for kemi.
Descripción de la oferta de trabajo:
-?Research Scientist -?Denmark - Hillerød Are you passionate about working with the cultivation of mammalian cells in bioreactors? Do you thrive on having access to a state of the art laboratory/pilot technology? Do you like driving projects and communicating with a broad stake-holder landscape? Then the role as Mammalian Cell Cultivation Scientist could be the right position for you. About the department Mammalian Cultivation Development is part of Chemistry, Manufacturing and Control (CMC) & Active Pharmaceutical Ingredient (API) Development within the Research and Development organisation. We are a dedicated team of highly specialised and experienced employees consisting of scientists, laboratory technicians and operators. As a department we are engaged in cell banking and cultivation process design for the supply of clinical API and biopharmaceutical products. Cell lines and initial process designs are handed over from Research Groups to the department. Our task is then to develop and document that cell lines and the final cultivation process are suitable for up-scaling to internal pilot plant facilities and/or Contract Manufacture Organisation (CMO). As part of this development flow we take responsibility for structured, constructive and convincing interactions and dialogues with our colleagues in both research and as well as in the pilot plants and CMO facilities to which our processes are transferred. The position In the role as Mammalian Cell Cultivation Scientist, one of your main responsibilities is to outline and execute the development of cultivation processes for new cell lines in close dialogue with your colleagues in the department. The goal is to secure a process of high quality in terms of yield, low by-products and robustness within the deadlines set out by the project. In order to assure high quality of the data generated it is expected that you spend a considerable amount of time in the laboratory to help introduce new technologies, optimise existing use of equipment or develop new procedures. This engagement in laboratory work also includes active participation in daily planning board meetings. Finally, you are expected to contribute to project execution activities including engaged participation in project planning meetings, task force meetings, preparation of status reports and tech transfer processes. Qualifications You have experience working with cultivation of mammalian cells in bioreactors and you hold a degree within Mammalian cell science/technology, Biochemical Engineering or Chemical Engineering supplied with cell physiology experience. Preferably you hold a PhD combined with a few years’ experience from the pharmaceutical industry. Alternative you hold a relevant Master’s degree combined with four or more years’ experience from the pharmaceutical industry. Preferably, you are familiarised with the challenges involved in tech transfer to pilot plants and CMO. As a person you have a natural drive to take the lead and secure the progress on your projects. You have a structured approach to projects and tasks and prioritise well between the necessary level of quality and deadlines. Your decisions are data driven based on strong analytical work. Your communication style is convincing as you are eager to express and argument your opinions in discussions with your team and other stakeholders. You have a positive mind and easily get engaged when seeing opportunities to help leverage on a new idea or concept. Working at Novo Nordisk At Novo Nordisk, we use our skills, dedication and ambition to help people with diabetes. We offer the chance to be part of a truly global work place, where passion and engagement are met with opportunities for professional and personal development. Contact For further details please contact, Lars H. Christensen on +45 3077 7380. Deadline 13 August 2017.
Servicio de empleo de origen:AMS, Servicios Públicos de Empleo, Dinamarca.