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Location: Melbourne

Advertiser: ChemSkill

Date Posted: 01/12/2011

Position Filled: Yes

 

   

 

Bioanalytical Scientist - Sports Drug Testing

  • Become a part of New and Cutting Edge Research
  • Join this truly Impressive Centre of Excellence
  • Excellent Rewards for those that Want a Challenge
Our client is a recognised leader in the Sports Drug Testing field and has an envious reputation not only in Australia, but also with many of its overseas competing facilities.  They have requested the services of ChemSkill to assist them in sourcing a talented Bioanalytical Scientist to assist the Team Leader to establish and then develop their new Bioanalytical Research Group.
 
Reporting to the Team Leader, the individual will:
 
  • Manage and operate the Bioanalytical Research Group's equipment.
  • Assist in developing methods of analysis for proteins and peptides in biological fluids.
  • Adapt exist analytical methods for protein and peptide analysis for robust and routine use.
  • Collaborate with the main Laboratory staff on rapid substance identification and analytical method development for novel substances.
  • Maintain inventory stocks for the Group.
  • Recommend specific equipment needs for the on-going, efficient functioning of the Group.
      
In order to be considered for this role, you must meet the following criteria:
 
  • Have a minimum of a degree majoring in Biochemistry, Chemistry, Molecular Biology, Biotechnology, or a related discipline with previous experience in Bioanalytical analysis. 
  • Strong experience in Bioanalytical analysis, such as LC/MS, SDS-PAGE, IEF, Electrophoresis, Western Blotting, Immunoaffinity extraction methods, protein sequencing and related techniques.
  • Well established organisational skills that will allow you to develop workable and sound solutions in an efficient and effective manner.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • The ability to develop workable and sound conclusions when reviewing data.
  • Be flexible and adaptable in dealing with unexpected problems that may arise during method development.
 
This is truly the opportunity of a lifetime.  You will be at the forefront of bioanalytical analysis and will play an important part in establishing the direction of the Research Group. If you want a challenge and are willing to take on the responsibility this is the position for you.  Initially, this is a two year appointment with a view to extending for at least another two years.  The research success of the Group will determine whether there are further extensions.
 
If you are someone that wants to grasp an opportunity with both hands then we want to hear from you.  If you think you fit the requirements of this role please feel free to apply using the  "APPLY" button below to forward your CV and a Letter of Application addressing the above mentioned criteria.
 
Please feel free to call Helen or Mark on (03) 9516 0100 for a confidential discussion during office hours.
 
All applications will be treated in the strictest confidence. 
 
Please note that due to the large number of applications we receive, only those that are short-listed will be contacted for an initial screening interview. All applicants CVs will remain on our database to be considered for future positions.
 
 
CHEMSKILL RECRUITMENT DIVISION
LEVEL 4, 566 ST KILDA ROAD
MELBOURNE VIC 3004
PH: 03 9516 0100
 
 
TO REGISTER IN MELBOURNE
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Ph: 02 9238 6202
 
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