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Bacteriology Scientist

Nexelis

This is a Contract position in Milton, ON posted April 23, 2021.

Should you consider yourself to be among the best scientists or analysts in town, here is your chance to participate in the daily life of the most successful advanced testing service provider in the immunology field.

Involved in more than 15 SARS-Cov2 vaccine developments in partnership with multinational pharmaceutical companies, innovative biotechnology companies and prestigious NGOs such as Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation or CEPI, we also proudly serve the needs of our clients in fields such as flu (universal and seasonal), meningitis, respiratory syncytial virus, chikungunya, malaria, or HPV and are growing an immune-oncology franchise.

In this key position, you would: Develop, qualify, and validate proprietary and third-party assays before their transfer to the operational team for high throughput clinical testing purposes Interact with the scientific leadership team and our clients Have a scientific oversight and trouble shooting role on clinical operations under the leadership of a principal scientist Support business development as needed If this position if for you, just submit your cv and we will contact you soon.

About Nexelis With unrivaled expertise in immunology, and operating sites in North America (East and West Coast) and Europe, Nexelis is a leading provider of assay development and advanced laboratory testing services in the infectious diseases, metabolic diseases, and oncology fields.

Our versatile team of scientists, working with our advanced technology platforms, were instrumental in the development, qualification, validation, and large-scale sample testing of assays that supported the FDA filing of almost 100 new molecular entities, including blockbuster vaccines, anti-viral drugs, and immunotherapy, gene and cell therapy products.

Advanced degree in immunology or related fields Credentials in regulated (GLP, GCLP) assay development A minimum of 5 years of experience Knowledge of standard microbiology techniques