QTC Recruitment is a specialised recruitment agency offering tailor made services on various staffing related challenges in the European life sciences industry. At QTC Recruitment, we stand for utter awareness and transparency concerning the quality, time and cost of our work. Finding highly attractive positions for demanding candidates in a tight market has been QTC Recruitment’s core business for the last ten years. We make sure we can always pro-actively match jobs and searches based on skills, experience, cultural fit, and any personal wishes or goals. Over time, we have established strong and lasting partnerships with reputable employers in a number of disciplines of the Life Science industry, such as: Sales, marketing, engineering, research & development, supply chain, quality assurance, regulatory affairs, pharmacovigilance and executive management.
We are looking for an accomplished and highly motivated biologist with proven expertise in immunology and/ or inflammation cellular biology to lead our Immune-Inflammation Cell pharmacology team. The II team is composed of researchers and scientists whose mission is the development of in vitro cellular and phenotypic assays to support our immune-inflammation drug discovery programs. The team is also involved in deciphering in vitro targets and disease mechanisms.
The selected candidate will supervise, organize and develop the activities of the II team, will identify and implement assays, experiments and innovative technologies needed to support the drug discovery projects and to maintain and further levered team expertise in in vitro immune-inflammation technologies and cellular models. You will represent the Cellular Pharmacology department for Immune-Inflammation projects and you will interact closely with the Therapeutic Project Leaders.
As line manager, he/she is expected to motivate and guide individuals’ career development.
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