Role: The role of the Scientist Method Development is to provide scientific expertise and method development skills for the Ligand Binding Assay Development group at Celerion. A key component of the role is to provide innovation and change management
required to remain on the cutting edge of large molecule Bioanalytical Sciences.
Undertake original and innovative research and techniques that includes developing and qualifying ligand binding assays utilizing state-of-the-art technologies for the rapid and accurate analysis of protein/peptides/ antibodies in biological matrices
Support associate director in achieving challenging business objectives for method development team. It includes innovation, change management, new technology evaluation, growth in market share, revenue, profit, and customer loyalty Develop methods by
applying and interpreting scientific theories, concepts, techniques, and regulatory requirements in bioanalytical studies Provide technical/scientific guidance and leadership to study teams, as well as other areas of the company to ensure project
completion in timely manner Implementing design of experiments (DOE) and other systematic and statistical approaches to method development Author scientific papers which are published in peer reviewed journals Participate and provide technical expertise
during client visits
Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in Biochemistry, Chemistry or Biology required. An advanced degree is preferred. 5+ years of related industry experience, CRO experience is preferred. The candidate must have proven proficiency in immunoassay development
and be capable of working on multiple projects simultaneously. Prior experience working in a regulated GLP compliant environment is preferred. Experience in one or more immunoassay techniques (Ligand-binding assay: ELISA, MSD, Biacore and/or RIA
applicable to Pharmacokinetic and Immunogenicity studies preferred. Experience in utilizing statistical tools (e.g. Design of Experiment) is preferred. The successful candidate will have excellent verbal and technical writing skills and be capable of
presenting to an audience of researchers from a variety of disciplines. Strong communication skills and the ablity to work with staff in other locations effectively.