PCR Design Associate
PCR Design Associate
Do you have hands-on PCR experience? Looking to develop an exciting career as a PCR Design Associate with a rapidly-growing biotech business? If so, our client wants to hear from you.
What is the company like?
Born from modest beginnings, our client has grown from two guys with a great idea to 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 currently have an exciting new venture in the works to develop kits and services in collaboration with some of the industry’s largest players.
As such, they’re looking for a PCR Design Associate to join their R&D Team and support their PCR assay design activities.
What are the benefits?
- Competitive salary
- Team lunches (they love to eat cake, so if you have a sweet tooth, you’ll be in good company)
- A personal trainer visits the office twice a week (so you can justify eating cake)
- Great summer and Christmas social events
- Excellent development opportunities
- Pension scheme
- Life assurance
- 25 days’ holiday
Since day one, our client has been striving to make the world a better place. Back in 2009, they developed the world’s first swine flu detection kit, which is now being used in more than 30 countries across the globe. In 2013, they played a part in uncovering the meat adulteration scandal by measuring horse meat in food.
Our client has done some fantastic things in their 13 year history, and they’ve got great plans for their future. That’s where you come in.
You will have the chance to build on your existing skills and professional network while making a real difference to the future healthcare industry.
What will I be doing?
As a PCR Design Associate, you’ll use algorithms and bespoke programs to support PCR assay design, as well as carrying out in silico validations of assays.
Specifically, you will:
- Design PCR primers and probes for targeted assays
- Curate sequence data and mine public databases for sequence content
- Assist with data analysis and report writing for development studies
- Work closely with colleagues to define bioinformatics requirements for assays
- Provide progress reports on assigned projects
What will I need?
To be considered, you’ll need:
- Previous PCR knowledge and hands-on experience
- Proficiency in bioinformatics analysis tools, including multiple sequence alignment, BLAST analysis and open reading frame analysis
- A BSc (or equivalent) in a Life Science subject
Other organisations may call this role PCR Design Analyst, Graduate PCR Design Associate, Bioinformatic Scientist, Scientist, Data Scientist, Informatics Scientist or Lab Scientist.
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