Specialized team of scientists
Technician Cell Culture
An excellent opportunity for a candidate who is eager to take their laboratory education and experience to the next level. You will join our highly dedicated and motivated cell culture team in the clinical department.
You will work in a high-tech laboratory environment equipped with the latest techniques and innovations. Your focus will be on cell culture processes in the Clinical Virology Department. You will support world-class clinical intervention studies for top pharmaceutical companies. This position is ideal for a candidate interested in a specialization in the field of cell culture.
You will be part of a dedicated team of cell culture technicians and work in collaboration with other departments. You will be supervised and coached by your group leader, peers and study director.
Tasks & responsibilities
- Growing and preparing cells for analysis;
- Maintaining, developing and monitoring support processes, e.g. media preparation, stock management and refrigerated storage;
- Additional responsibilities include study database management, supply management and administration, et cetera;
- Liaising with peers and other stakeholders (clinical technicians, clinical trial operations, study directors/ scientists, QA managers) to ensure a smooth cell culture project work flow;
- Apply quality guidelines in accordance with ISO15189, GLP, GCLP and GCP methodologies.
We are looking for a candidate who enjoys working as part of a dynamic, diverse and international team of technicians and scientists. With your work experience(s), education, competences and personality, you fit the following profile perfectly:
- Focused on quality, attention to detail;
- Result oriented;
- Interested in a focused/specialized role;
- Responsibility and ownership;
- Communicative and team oriented;
- MBO-level education. We prefer the specializations microbiology, virology and/or immunology;
- Ideally, expertise in cell culture;
- Strong verbal and written skills in Dutch and English at an advanced level;
- Ability to work at biological level II (BSL-2).
- You will start with a custom-designed induction program;
- Internal and external training and course opportunities from leading scientists;
- The opportunity to progress to the Senior Technician level or other roles within the company.
This will be determined based on education, experience and company policy. We offer a one-year contract with a possible extension upon good performance and the ultimate perspective of a permanent position.
Please send your CV and motivation letter to Carla Coors, Office Manager / HRM Assistant, at firstname.lastname@example.org. For further details, please contact Dr Rienk Jeeninga at 088 668 4700.
Acquisition by agencies is not appreciated.
About Viroclinics Biosciences
Viroclinics Biosciences is a leader in the rapidly growing and highly dynamic market of diagnostic services companies. As a service organization, we offer serological, virus-based and molecular analyses of any type of sample, combined with a global logistics service network. Our customers come from all over the world and our analyses encompass many types of viruses. Our professionalism and high quality standards are hallmarks of our organization. We are ISO15189 accredited and comply with worldwide regulatory standards to allow our customers to file and launch new drug applications in Europe, Asia and the USA. Our company is steadily growing. For updates on the latest developments, please visit our website at www.viroclinics.com.
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