1-617-500-6690 [email protected]

Company:  Confidential

Job Title: Sr/Scientist, Protein Engineering / Assay Development

Job Number: 31330

Location: Allston, MA

Job Description

Responsibilities

Responsibilities:

● Advance the scale, sensitivity and robustness of our client’s technology by combining protein engineering, synthetic library, directed evolution and in vitro display approaches.

● Prioritize problems and improvements and formulate strategies to solve them.

● Work both independently and in collaboration with experimental, computational, and hybrid biologists to design, execute, analyze and interpret experiments.

● Mentor junior scientists in developing skills essential to the execution of rigorous scientific research

● Ensure data generated is documented in a timely and organized fashion, and present ideas and results to colleagues and leadership

●Work cross functionally with other teams to support the deployment of technologies for screening drug candidates in animal models.

Required Skills

Requirements:

● A proven track record executing high-throughput screens and/or protein/enzyme engineering work.

● Strong technical proficiency in key biochemistry/molecular biology techniques, including: cloning, protein purification and ELISA/Western analysis.

● Hands-on experience in NGS library preparation.

● Strong desire to work collaboratively within a fast-paced and multidisciplinary team environment.

● Detail-oriented with exceptional organizational and communication skills.

● Interest and some experience mentoring junior scientists.

● Exceptionally self-motivated and scientifically curious

● PhD or equivalent experience in Biochemistry, Bioengineering, Molecular Biology or related 

 Preferred:

● 1-3 years Startup/Biotech/Pharma experience in protein engineering or assay development.

● Experience in either directed evolution or phage/yeast/mammalian or related display technologies.

● Experience collaborating with computational scientists.

● Experience working with antibody or antibody-like molecules.

 

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