SummaryThe role of a Principal Scientist is responsible for the overall conduct of studies in different immune-therapeutic area, overseeing experimental testing design, as well as formulating conclusions and recommendations for next steps.
The incumbent has the ability to present Caprion capabilities to clients in a compelling way demonstrating value and differentiation as support function to Business Development activities as well as presentation of results to Sponsor and scientific meetings.
The incumbent is ensuring that the timelines and milestones of a study are met by proactively assessing foreseeing challenges, assessing impact of deviations and overall quality of the study conduct.
Principal ResponsibilitiesOversees the planning and progress of studies and projects under her / his responsibility;Designs and prepares detailed study-
Interacts regularly with clients, clinical sites and Caprion management to address project issues in a timely manner and to the satisfaction of the client.
Documents study-related interactions and communications properly;Actively participates in the preparation and conduct of audits for clients or regulatory bodies.
EducationPh.D. or equivalent training in life sciences, preferably in immunology, virology, microbiology or molecular biology.
Experience and Skills RequiredA minimum of 5 years experience in an equivalent position in the industry;Knowledge and experience with multi-
parametric flow cytometry techniques and its generic applications in the field of IM including testing design as well as handling complex data set of multi-
Experience in project management;Experience with client management;Strong communication ability;Bilingual French and English (written & spoken).
Critical and creative thinker;Communicates clearly and confidently and has excellent interpersonal skills;Skilled at working in a fast-
paced and multi-tasking environment.Working conditionsMust be willing to perform duties or supervise activities in Bio Safety Level (BSL) 1 or 2 facilities where biological samples may be either naturally or experimentally infected with potentially hazardous viruses such as HIV, HCV, or CMV.
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