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Process Development Scientist – Milton Park, Abingdon, UK

Summary of job description:

  • Be part of a small dedicated team that is developing the manufacturing process and formulation of Oncolytic viruses for the treatment of cancer.
  • Establish manufacturing methods and techniques for the generation and purification of live attenuated viruses.
  • The scientist will be required to use their knowledge of biological processing theory, techniques and equipment to prepare and execute experimental protocols and to develop manufacturing processes
  • Perform routine batch manufacture of scale down batches according to Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs).
  • Assist with setting up, qualifying & maintaining manufacturing systems and equipment

 

Essential work experience

  • Significant (>1 year) experience in the use of bioreactors with adherent mammalian cells to produce biological products.

 

Desirable work experience

  • Purification of biological products using TFF and chromatography. Experience with AKTA.

 

Key responsibilities:

  • Develop & optimise the scale-down production of oncolytic viruses in a bioreactor using adherent mammalian cells.
  • Transfer scale-down bioreactor methodology to large scale bioreactor for GMP manufacture.
  • Perform established procedures such as cell culture, normal flow filtration, tangential flow filtration, packed bed chromatography, membrane chromatography and centrifugation.
  • Perform formulation development to ensure final products are stable and simple to use.
  • Produce viruses and data to support QC, development and process characterization as well as to provide purified material for investigational studies.
  • Execute good documentation practices.
  • Plan daily workload (e.g. the operation of equipment, cell culture, data analysis and report writing) based on experimental plans and time scales established with their supervisor.
  • Provide resolution of technical issues based on experience. The scientist will be expected to show creativity in resolving process issues.
  • Communicate verbally and in writing within the process development group and where appropriate with additional departments within the company.
  • Collaborate with external contacts to enable work to be progressed.
  • Record and report data in a timely and accurate manner in accordance with procedures. This will also include drafting and reviewing process characterization protocols and technical reports.
  • Present scientific data at internal project and PD meetings.

 

Educational Requirements:

  • Degree holder or several years’ relevant experience
  • Prior experience in Biological assays and ELISAs is preferred.


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