Job Description (TI-HR-013, v0.3 09-2021)
– Title: Scientist I
– Division: Research and Development
– Type of employment: full-time, annual employment renewal
– Available number of positions: 1
– Deadline for applications: 9/24/2020
The successful candidate will put their research efforts into discovering and developing immune cell-derived therapeutics for the treatment of B-cell lymphomas. S/he will participate as a team member driving research programs forward to the development and discovery of proof-of-concept studies for new pipelines of the business as well as research programs across different stages of pre-clinical live-cell therapeutics. The candidate must be motivated to design, execute, and interpret studies to develop new therapeutics and validate and characterize engineered immune cell therapeutic products but not limited. The fellow is encouraged to effectively and frequently collaborate with multidisciplinary teams.
About the Company:
TeraImmune, Inc. is a Maryland-based preclinical-stage biopharmaceutical company developing immune therapeutics using regulatory T cells (Tregs). By combining target-specific receptors with Tregs, the company provides CAR-Treg and TCR-Treg technologies to help patients with autoimmune diseases. In addition to Treg immunology, TeraImmune is expanding its range of scope in immune therapies to other immune cells and biologics as well as cancer therapeutics.
For more information, please see website: www.teraimmune.com.
Primary responsibilities (include, but are not limited to):
The successful candidate must lead a project as a scientist to develop anti-cancer cell therapy. Expertise in design, perform and interpret data in vitro and ex vivo experiments with experience in immunology, cancer biology, or cell biology is required. Proficiency in cell biology assays that may include flow cytometry, ELISA, cell proliferation, cellular cytotoxicity, immune cell isolation from whole blood or tissues, cell culture and transfection is expected but not necessary. Previous experience with T cell biology with a characterization of immune cell subsets is highly desirable. Analyzing and presenting data in peer-reviewed journals or conferences is required. Working independently to manage time and multiple experiments simultaneously is necessary for this position.
The candidate may have to contribute to various projects outside of his/her own and collaborate with stakeholders from all relevant functions and must demonstrate clear and professional verbal and written communication skills.
• Major in Cell Biology, Molecular Biology, Immunology, or related areas.
• Ph.D. degree or M.S. degree with 4+ years relevant laboratory experience (job
level to be adjusted based on amount of prior experience)
• Strong organizational and record-keeping skills required.
The company offers medical and dental insurance. A 401(k) plan and student loan assistant program are optional. If required, the company is willing to petition VISA or green card application for the right candidate, but the applicant is responsible for his/her portions of processing and legal fee.
If you are interested in TeraImmune, please email a cover letter containing your interest experiences with a separate CV or resume as well as the contact information of at least two referees to HR manager at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please feel free to email the HR manage with any questions and have a subject line of the email with the HR-number and the position title.
*TeraImmune, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer committed to employing a diverse workforce, including, but not limited to, minorities, females, individuals with disabilities, protected veterans, sexual orientation, gender identity Equal Employment Opportunity is The Law.