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There are: 7 Job Openings at Oncobiologics Inc.

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Job Description:

 

Oncobiologics is pursuing a scientist with extensive industry experience to play an integral part ofour Phage Display platform to screen hits, and lead-optimization activities in the field of therapeutic scFv and antibodies.  We are looking for an exceptionally talented scientist with a track record of scFv/antibody discovery with a passion/drive for the growth and success of the company objections in treating patient’s medical needs.

The Scientist will be reporting to the Project Leaders of Discovery Sciences.

 

Qualification and Experience:

  • PhD/MS in Biotechnology/Chemical Engineering/Biological Sciences, plus 2-5 years of experience in biotechnology industry
  • Strong knowledge of scFv, antibody and biologic structure-activity relationships, stability and protein engineering/computer modeling
  • Experienced required in: phage panning including solution and cell based screening, Bioassays, ELISA, Octet/Biacore and Flow Cytometry /FACS
  • Working hands on experience in cell culture and cell based assays
  • Knowledge of molecular biology, with recombinant DNA manipulation, PCR, cloning, subcloning using novel technologies such as E-Gels and Clonewell Technology
  • Strong molecular understanding in the therapeutic areas: oncology, immuno-oncology,  and inflammatory diseases
  • Experience in multiple external partnerships in discovery development with academic/medical labs
  • Broad knowledge of pre-clinical in-vitro assays and in-vivo animal test models
  • Experience managing multiple simultaneous projects timelines with team members
  • Protein sciences and biological-assay development and analytical skills in an industrial pharmaceutical or biotechnology environment
  • Extremely strong interpersonal skills, demonstrated ability to work in a highly collaborative environment and ability to achieve results though team work.
  • Extremely strong written and oral communication and presentation skills

 

Job Responsibilities:

  • Design, analyze and interpret experiments and development long term experimental plans  
  • Implement high-throughput methods for production, purification, and screening of lead hits isolated from specific selections criteria
  • Present and report research progress in individual meetings and group meetings in a professional manner, prepare project reports and project experimental timelines.
  • Scientific activities involving: implementation/application of theoretical concepts, problem solving, and contingency planning
  • Experience with automated equipment and flexibility to learn and set up new equipment and novel technologies
  • Plan for the proof of concept cell based assays and animal studies with lead-optimization activities

  Other Requirements:

  • Support business development activities as required.
  • Support solutions for innovation and all issues on collaboration.
  • Must be an excellent team member willing to work collaboratively
  Location: Cranbury, New Jersey  (map)
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Qualifications & Experience:   BS in Biochemistry/Biotechnology or related field.

Minimum of 5 years relevant experience in analytical sciences of protein biotherapeutics (mAbs, antibody fusion proteins, and other protein constructs).

Hands on experience with HPLC equipment (instrument and detectors), Microplate shakers/washers/readers, and/or Capillary Electrophoresis instrumentation is required. Experience with cGMP regulations preferred. Motivation to be part of a high performance, diverse, and efficient scientific team. Excellent spoken and written communication skills.

 

Job Responsibilities:

Assist the Analytical Development Group in the development and performance of characterization and process impurity assays (70%)

 

  • Provide support, through analytical testing, of process development activities
  • Possess the capability to develop analytical testing assays for the characterization of Oncobiologics constructs
  • Possess the capability to develop analytical testing assays for the quantitation/qualification of process manufacturing impurities.
  • Ability to troubleshoot and maintain the equipment utilized within the department.
  • Maintain equipment logbooks and electronic notebook entries
  • Focus on established and new-art science and technology to meet project needs for analytical sciences.
  • Ability to collaborate, work closely and support future QC and Process Development activities on scientific issues.
     

Support publication and patenting of scientific work (20%)

Collaborate with various vendors and discovery centres to develop innovative novel analytical methodologies. Develop methods for qualification of analytical methodologies. Setup multi-platforms to be used to access biologics degradation pathways, and comparability protocols

 

Culture (10%)

Support business development activities as required. Support solutions for innovation and collaboration. Develop customer relationships with peers.

  Location: Cranbury, New Jersey  (map)
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Job Description:

Qualification and Experience:

PhD/MS/BS in Life Science, Chemical Engineering or equivalent

Minimum 5+ years of experience in absence of graduate degree, 2+ years if MS, or entry level PhD; must have demonstrated ability to design and evaluate experiments; must utilize statistical design of experiments and be flexible in executing and responding to changes in scheduling, along with innovating solutions in a transparent team environment; must have strong focus on creativity and continuous improvement.

Job Responsibilities:

This position will report to the Head of Upstream Development with responsibilities including but not limited to:

Process Development (50%)

  • Plan and execute experiments performed to evaluate cell lines, culture media, feeding strategies and process conditions.
  • Work in collaboration with Operations group to execute protocols, experimental plans, critical production batches, and tech transfers.
  • Use designed experiments (DOE) to predict/understand/control the impact of process parameters on product quality (CQAs).
  • Represent functional area in team meetings as required.
  • Author experimental plans, reports, and operating procedures
  • Maintain a current laboratory notebook with scientific rigor to meet project needs for process development.
  • Implement state of the art science and technology with respect to media development, cell line development, primary recovery, and bioreactor systems while exploiting miniaturization to the fullest extent possible.
  • Collaborate with other function to deliver an efficient low cost solution to customers.
  • Support the transfer of processes to scale up/manufacturing sites.
  • Deliver desired performance using a range of industrially relevant feedstock’s and media components at lab and pilot scales (2 L - 2,000 L).
  • Work closely with the cell line development team to guide efforts toward scalable and robust culture processes.
  • Characterize and optimize processes, from a commercial scale perspective, through process development at lab and pilot scales to achieve established performance metrics and production cost targets for all products under development.
  • Develop effective mammalian scale-down capabilities and implement effective and scalable process control strategies.
  • Write technical reports, help developing SOPs and make oral presentations to summarize the results and investigations.
  • Follow standard operating procedures for laboratory duties, experiment design, data analysis and process monitoring
  • This position requires a desire and ability to work as an integral part of a multidisciplinary team, as well as the demonstration of a high degree of flexibility, creativity, and initiative applied to the various duties and aspects of the position

Equipment and Facilities (30%):

  • Participate in design and procurement of process equipment.  Partner with vendors to deliver state of the art technologies.
  • Innovate technologies that enable the miniaturization of development systems and increase the efficiency  of process development
  • Develop efficient and innovative solutions to enable cGMP facility design and operation.
  • Follow full GMP guidance and fulfill all Quality Assurance requirements where required.
  • Operate safely and according to company environmental requirements.

Culture (20%):

  • Evaluate technologies and propose ideas for innovation.
  • Support business development activities as required.
  • Present data or ideas in team meetings.
  • Follow all company best practices to minimize cost and meet budgetary requirements.
  • Head of Upstream Development may assign other responsibilities as required.
  • Provide mentoring, coaching, training to others.
  • Demonstrated technical leadership skills
  • Good oral and written communication skills
  • Must be able to work productively in an interdisciplinary team environment
  Location: Offisite: Cranbury, New Jersey  (map)
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Job Description:

 

Oncobiologics is seeking a scientist with extensive industry experience to play an integral part and manage our Phage Display platform to screen hits, and lead-optimization activities in the field of therapeutic scFv and antibodies.  We are looking for an exceptionally talented scientist/leader with a track record of scFv/antibody discovery with a passion/drive for the growth and success of the company objections in treating patient’s medical needs.

Qualifications & Experience

  • PhD in Biotechnology/Chemical Engineering/Biological Sciences, plus 5-10 years of program-leadership experience in biotechnology industry
  • Strong knowledge of scFv, antibody and biologic structure-activity relationships, stability and protein engineering/computer modeling
  • Experienced in phage panning including solution and cell based screening, Bioassays, ELISA, Octet/Biacore and Flow Cytometry /FACS
  • Knowledge of molecular biology, with recombinant DNA manipulation, PCR, cloning, subcloning using novel technologies such as E-Gels and Clonewell Technology
  • Strong molecular understanding in the therapeutic areas: oncology, immuno-oncology,  and inflammatory diseases
  • Experience in multiple external partnerships in discovery development with academic/medical labs
  • Broad knowledge of pre-clinical in-vitro assays and in-vivo

 

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES

This position will report to the Vice-President of Discovery and Development Sciences with responsibilities including (but not limited to):

  • Oversee and lead/manage a portfolio of discovery biologics programs and the Discovery scientists including  PhD’s.
  • Design, analyze and interpret experiments and development long term experimental plans  
  • Implement high-throughput methods for production, purification, and screening of lead hits isolated from specific selections criteria
  • Present and report research progress in individual meetings and group meetings in a professional manner, prepare project reports and project experimental timelines.
  • Critical-path management of scientific activities,  problem solving, and contingency planning
  • Experience with automated equipment and flexibility to learn and set up new equipment and novel technologies
  • Extensive experience with managing PhD level, MS level and BS level Scientists, ready to teach lab skills and explain theoretical concepts in a simplified manner to all level of Scientists
  • Plan for the proof of concept animal studies with lead-optimization activities

Support Company Culture

  • Support business development activities as required.
  • Support solutions for innovation and all issues on collaboration.
  • Must be an excellent team member willing to work collaboratively
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Qualifications & Experience:

MS/ PhD in Biochemistry/Biotechnology/Analytical Chemistry or related subject area.

A minimum 8 years of relevant industry experience with focus on analytical development and analysis support for cell line optimization, process optimization, protein production for antibodies. The Principal Scientist will be responsible for supervising the Research Associate and delegating the necessary work while managing the groupto meet project timelines in a fast-paced team environment. 

 

 

Job Description

This position will directly report to the Head of Analytical Sciences with the general responsibilities including but not limited to:

Lead Analytical Process Support group for development of biologics

 

  • Oversee and direct all aspects of Analytical Process Support Group.
  • Works closely with Process Development including cell line optimization, Upstream and Downstream process optimization.
  • Develop and perform analytical assays including ELISA, qPCR, HPLC/UPLC (SEC, CEX, reverse phase and mix mode) and CE. Familiar with Waters EMPOWER, 32 Karat software and cGMP regulations.
  • Writes SOPs and updates and keeps them current.
  • Maintain accurate and timely data records and documentation.
  • Maintain full understanding of each task and how it fits into a broader scope of the projects.
  • Analyzes and presents data with conclusions and recommendations for further work.  
  • Prepare technical reports and make clear and succinct scientific presentations that can be shared and transferred to and from cross-functional teams.
  • Retain an up to date knowledge of laboratory/analysis techniques and relevant scientific literature.
  • Looks for and applies new technologies, practices, and systems to improve performance.
  • Publish and patent scientific work and present work in leading international conferences.

Desired Key Competencies

  • Ability to understand and execute on the company’s mission and values.
  • Able to achieve goals through delegation to team members.
  • Maintain a high degree of accuracy and attention to detail.
  • Well organized and capable of clear communication through technology.

Culture

  • Foster a strong cross departmental team/interactive culture.
  • Support business development and strategic activities as required.
  • Support solutions for new innovation and collaboration with peers.
  • Follow all company best practices to minimize cost and meet budgetary requirements while maintaining quality.
  Location: Cranbury, New Jersey  (map)
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Job Description:

 

 

Qualifications & Experience:

  • Proficient in QuickBooks
  • 5 Years in all phases of bookkeeping
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Responsibilities:

This position will directly report to the Accounting Manager with responsibilities including but not limited to:

A. Primary Duties (60%)

  • Processing purchase orders
  • Interfacing with vendors on orders and payments

B. Secondary Duties (30%)

  • Matching invoices with receiving reports and P.O
  • Post invoices to General Ledger and Accounts Payable
  • Process payments
  • Filing

C.Culture (10%)

  • Foster a strong cross-departmental team interactive culture.
  • Support business development and strategic activities as required.
  • Support solutions for new innovation and collaboration with peers.
  • Follow all company best practices to minimize cost and meet budgetary requirements while maintaining quality.
  Location: Cranbury, NJ  (map)
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Qualifications:

  • Ph.D./MS or BS in biology, cell biology, biochemistry or related field.
  • With a M.S. a minimum of 6 years of experience in cell culture and developing cell based bioassays and/or immunoassays for the purpose of monitoring selective product quality attributes required. With a B.S. a minimum of 9 years of relevant experience in cell culture and developing cell based bioassays and/or immunoassays for the purpose of monitoring selective product quality attributes required.
  • Proven track record of providing scientifically sound results while multitasking in a fast paced environment.
  • Effective communicator in a team oriented group based environment.
  • Experience in both research based and GxP environments.

Experience:  

Development, testing, and maintenance of assays that evaluate cell based functional potency in release, stability, and process development test articles. A thorough understanding of cell culture techniques is required. Experience in assay development aimed at determining test article structure/function attributes. Experience in assay development and testing of SPR based assays (Biacore, Octet) is desired.

Job Responsibilities:

Assist the Analytical Development Group in the development and performance of characterization and process impurity assays (70%)

  • Provide support, through analytical testing, of process development activities
  • Possess the capability to develop analytical testing assays for the characterization of test article product quality attributes
  • Possess the capability to adequately maintain, through properly established cell culture techniques,  project related cell lines.
  • Ability to troubleshoot and maintain the equipment utilized within the department.
  • Maintain equipment logbooks and electronic notebook entries
  • Focus on established and new-art science and technology to meet project needs for analytical sciences.
  • Ability to collaborate, work closely and support future QC and Process Development activities on scientific issues.

Support publication and patenting of scientific work (20%)

Collaborate with various vendors and discovery centres to develop innovative novel analytical methodologies. Develop methods for qualification of analytical methodologies. Setup multi-platforms to be used to access biologics degradation pathways, and comparability protocols.

Culture (10%)

Support business development activities as required. Support solutions for innovation and collaboration. Develop customer relationships with peers.

 

 

 

  Location: Cranbury, NJ  (map)