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Date Added: Sat 17/10/2020

Research Associate

Southampton, UK
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Job Type: Permanent, FullTime

Salary: 20000 - 26000 - Benefits:

Research Associate Southampton, Hampshire Are you a scientist with PCR experience? Want to develop your career with a fast-growing and friendly biotech business? If so, read on.
The Company Our client is a leading provider of RT PCR solutions.
They have thousands of happy customers based across the globe and have a real ambition to drive their business forward and achieve even more.
They are now looking for a Research Associate to join their team in ; The Benefits - Salary of £20,000 - £26,000 per annum - Healthcare - Pension scheme - Life assurance - 25 days’ holiday per annum It’s a great time to join the company – our client has an exciting new venture in developing and selling IVD CE marked PCR assays, giving you the chance to make a difference to the future of the healthcare industry.
So, if you want to work in a supportive and engaging environment and support the development of products that are making a difference on a global scale, our client wants to hear from you.
The Role As a Research Associate, you will develop and test products to ensure regulatory and customer requirements are met.
Supporting the success of our client’s IVD CE marked PCR assays, you will: - Help to execute development studies - Assist with data analysis and report writing activities - Support the development of our client’s CE marking pipeline - Complete research-related documentation in line with ISO 13485 standards About You To be considered as a Research Associate, you will need: - At least two years’ experience within a similar scientific role - Previous PCR knowledge and hands-on experience - Strong laboratory experience and confidence - At a minimum, a bachelor’s degree qualification (or equivalent) in a research field - The ability to work well within a team - Strong written and verbal communication skills - Excellent organisational skills and an outstanding attention to detail Ideally, you will have experience of working within a quality system, particularly ISO 13485, but this is not essential.
Previous experience in scientific product development or creating complex study designs would also be beneficial.
Other organisations may call this role R&D Associate, Product Development Associate, Lab Technician, PCR Technician, Research Studies Associate, Researcher, or Molecular Biology Research Associate.
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