Process Development Scientist – FinVector, Kuopio8.11.2020
We are looking for Process Development Scientists in our MSAT team. MSAT stands for Manufacturing, Science and Technology.
Your primary responsibilities as a Process Development Scientist is to be a Subject Matter Expert (SME) for large-scale upstream, downstream manufacturing processes or aseptic filling. This position is a great opportunity for someone with some industry experience to enter a Manufacturing Science and Technology (MSAT) role focusing on Process Development for a manufacturing process. As a Process Development Scientist, you will focus on the Process Science section in MSAT, using manufacturing models to support root cause investigations and evaluate process improvements. It is an advantage if you already have some experience of GMP-work, or you have knowledge of quality systems. Moreover, experience in cell culture techniques (upstream), virus or protein production (upstream) and purification (downstream) or manufacturing of solutions to production (buffer preparation) help you getting into job easier. Knowledge of GMP compliant materials and/or Extractables & Leachables studies are a benefit.
You could be the person if…
You produce clear, easily understandable and accurate documentation in English. You have good skills in analyzing data, both verbal and numeral. You are also seeking new information to solve challenges and make decisions based on the data.
You are able to innovate new ideas, approaches and views.
Your working style is precise and you achieve objectives set to you in a timely manner. You also want to develop yourself and are able to take feedback on areas of improvements.
In order to succeed, you would need a degree in the fields of biosciences, cell biology, chemistry, biochemistry, biotechnology or any other related field of study.
As a person, we would like you to be open-minded towards new challenges and spread good team spirit. You also need to communicate fluently both in written and spoken English.
We hope you can start in December 2020-January 2021.
Apply by 22nd November!
For more information about the position, phone Minna Hassinen, tel +358 50 433 6447. You’ll reach Minna on weekdays between 12-16.