We have a position available at TTP Labtech for a commercially minded Structural Biologist. Please see the full job description below and a link to apply. Feel free to get in touch with any questions.
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Applications Scientist - Structural Biology
Cambridge, England, United Kingdom
TTP Labtech is looking for an experienced commercially minded Structural Biologist to help deliver and support new sample preparation technologies that will enable emerging methods of determining biomolecular structures.
Based near Cambridge, UK, TTP Labtech is a global supplier of innovative products for accelerating drug development, combining the best science with first-rate engineering. We design and manufacture a wide range of liquid dispensing equipment, sample management systems and fluorescence detection instruments. As a Battery Ventures portfolio company, TTP Labtech enjoys an enviable reputation for innovation, reliability and quality.
The successful candidate will help shape the development and delivery of a range of new products as a key member of the Structural Biology team. Responsibilities will include:
Throughout the product lifecycle, you will be working as a member of a multidisciplinary project team, with increasing product management responsibilities. Foreign travel will be required, visiting customers and attending demonstrations and exhibitions.
The position is based at our campus near Cambridge, UK so UK-based applicants are preferred.
In addition, experience of the following would be beneficial:
TTP Labtech is based on the Melbourn Science Park, a short commute from Cambridge, Royston and the surrounding areas. There are excellent cycle, train, road and airport connections.
We offer a competitive salary and a fantastic benefits package including: Private Medical Insurance, Life Insurance, generous Pension Plan, Profit Share and relocation packages as well as great facilities and discounted local swimming, squash and gym memberships.
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