|Salary:||£31,770 to £36,009 per annum|
|Placed On:||11th October 2018|
|Closes:||24th October 2018|
A Research Technician position has become available in the Section of Infectious Diseases in the Department of Medicine, based at St Mary’s Campus Imperial College London.
The Research Technician will join a multidisciplinary team working on the Innovate UK grant headed by Professor Robin Shattock. The post holder will be involved in a one year project to test new vaccines designed to induce immune responses to the filoviruses, Ebola and Marburg and the Lassa arenavirus. The work will involve the development, optimisation and standardisation of new assays to analyse vaccine-elicited immune responses.
The post holder will be required to develop, optimise and standardise new assays applicable to pre-clinical & clinical trial immunogenicity assessments in humans. The work will involve performing immunological assays including, but not limited to, ELISA, multi-parametric flow cytometry, neutralisation assays, B & T cell ELISpot assays, VIA, ADCC, ADCVI. The post holder will work within a GcLP environment.
Post holders are expected to clearly express scientific concepts both verbally and in writing, and demonstrate a willingness to work collaboratively as part of a team, prioritising work and meeting deadlines.
You should hold at least a first degree or equivalent qualification in a science.
This is a full time, fixed-term position for one year in the first instance. If you require any further information, please contact Robin Shattock, firstname.lastname@example.org (020 7594 5206).
Should you have any queries regarding the recruitment system or application process please contact: Samantha Oshodi - email@example.com
For technical issues when applying online, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date: 24 October 2018
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