Job Description: Biomedical Scientist
Celdara Medical, LLC (CM) is building a portfolio of early-stage medical companies. Each of these is at a different stage of development with a different development path. All are being brought to market with urgency.
CM is seeking an outstanding individual with a strong background in biomedical science to work with the scientific team on a variety of technical and strategic initiatives. Applicants require demonstrated technical experience in the field, which will usually mean a minimum of 5 years of full-time professional laboratory experience.
Exemption Status: Exempt
Execute the research and development goals of the organization:
- Perform cell culture, protein manufacturing, flow cytometry and immunoassays
- Manage and conduct multiple experimental assays and maintain relevant lab samples and materials
- Write, maintain, and troubleshoot experimental protocols
- Collaborate with colleagues and supervisors, by keeping effective and open communication.
We love data, data comes from the lab, and this is a lab position where the rigorous generation of high quality – and sometimes regulated – data is the measure of success. Successful candidates will thrive on collaboration and in a team-based environment.
- Bachelor’s degree in biology or medically-relevant field
- Integrity, i.e. commitments must be bankable
- Strong sense of responsibility for deadlines, commitment and accurate data
- Ability to deliver results in a highly independent environment
- Rigor and attention to detail in all aspects of science
- Knowledge of gene expression, protein chemistry, biochemistry, and flow cytometry
- Proficient in aseptic techniques for culturing mammalian cells.
- Adaptable and productive in a fast-paced environment.
- Enjoyment of diverse areas of science
- Strong spoken and written communication skills
- Enjoy collaboration and a team-based environment
- Work authorization
Celdara Medical is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from women and members of minority groups.