Custom Scientist

Employer Information

Randox

E: recruitment@randox.com

T: +44 (0) 28 9442 2413

W: https://www.randox.com/

We require a highly motivated and creative individual to fulfil challenging research and development roles within our Custom Unit team. This will be a varied role offering the successful applicant great exposure to exciting projects on our world-class Biochip Array Technology products.

The Role:

Tasks within the custom unit area

Sourcing of novel markers
Completing costing for new custom arrays
Adhere to timelines for build of custom kit
The maintenance of accurate records and strict adherence to established procedures
The operation, calibration and basic maintenance of the Evidence family of analysers and other analytical instrumentation to generate reliable analytical data.
R&D for novel markers
Risk management for a custom array before release
Transfer of products to manufacturing.
 
Tasks within the formulation area

The formulation of multi-conjugates.
The formulation of assay diluents and conjugate diluents.
The accurate completion of records.
The operation and routine maintenance of various types of departmental equipment and analytical instrumentation.
The following of established standard operating procedures in the formulation and assignment of conjugates.
The alerting of the Supervisor to any problems in the manufacture or assignment of a conjugate.

Tasks within the QC area

The adherence to Quality Control procedures in accordance with QC Test Instructions.
The preparation and handling of various samples, and reagents displaying an awareness of the precautions necessary.
The operation, calibration and basic maintenance of the Evidence family of analysers and other analytical instrumentation to generate reliable analytical data.
The processing and visual analysis of results generated.
The accurate maintenance of quality control records.
The troubleshooting of analyser problems

The Candidate:

Essential attributes:
Qualified to at least degree level in a Science subject and/or experience within a production/manufacturing environment
Ability to work independently within the context of a multidisciplinary research team.
Possess excellent organisational and communication skills (written and oral).
Be proficient in the use of Microsoft packages such as Word, Excel, Powerpoint and Outlook.

Desirable attributes:
Experience of running and development of ELISA
Working knowledge of Health and Safety including CoSHH.

  • Permanent
  • UK - Site 4
  • Closing date: Sunday 27 Sep 2020
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