Scientist - Manufacturing (Level II)

4basebio is an innovative gene synthesis company with the ambition to provide high quality, synthetic DNA for use in gene therapy and gene editing platforms. The company is growing rapidly and is establishing a GMP gene synthesis hub at its site north of Cambridge, UK to facilitate the scaling and optimisation of our proprietary DNA manufacturing process. As a Scientist in Manufacturing you will be responsible for performing functions related to production and GMP manufacturing operations. This position requires great attention to detail, ability to work in a team environment and a keen interest in optimisation of processes. Scientists will be responsible for adhering to all QMS policies and procedures, cGMPs and safety standards.

You will perform all manufacturing operations including but not limited to component transfer and preparation, equipment and area preparation, media preparation, up and downstream manufacturing, and cleaning of process areas. Along side this, you will support the monitoring and maintenance of the facility and direct utilities in accordance with company & regulatory guidelines.

You will have excellent interpersonal skills, be organised and enthusiastic and be comfortable with working autonomously or in a team environment. BSc or equivalent work experience in biochemistry, biological sciences, or a related discipline is required. Experience of working in a clean room manufacturing facility to standards of ISO/ GMP and Good Clinical Practice desirable. Previous manufacturing experience is also desirable (DNA cloning, DNA, RNA and protein extraction, electrophoresis, qPCR, Western blotting, flow cytometry, chromatography).

In return we offer a competitive salary, comprehensive benefits package and a great place to work.

To find out more or apply, please contact HR@4basebio.com


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