Senior Assay Development Scientist Job In York, City Of York, Entrust Resource Solutions

Published 2022-08-06
Expires 2022-09-06
ID #1117159846
40000 £
Senior Assay Development Scientist Job In York, City Of York, Entrust Resource Solutions
United Kingdom, North Yorkshire, York,
Published August 6, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Senior assay development scientist
Min. Salary: 33000.00

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Senior Assay Development Scientist

Want to tread in the footsteps of Romans and Vikings?

Work with a team of dynamic and highly skilled professionals?

Enjoy great benefits including 25 days annual leave + bank holidays?

We are looking for a Senior Assay Development Scientist with exceptional talent to join a leading developer of next-generation molecular tools at their state-of-the-art facility in York!

Focussing on assay development projects, you will use your cell-based assay skills as well as your molecular biology assays developments (including ELISA and Western blot), to work independently to troubleshoot and develop assays, generate data to support projects/patenting activities and ensuring project goals are met.

So, if you are passionate about science with experience in assay development and are team orientated with a positive attitude then reach out to me Chantal Drummond or find me on Linked in and message me there

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    Entrust Resource Solutions
    Registered on October 7, 2017


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