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  • Progress Developer

    Salary: £0 Location: East london

    Progress Developer. London. + Competitive Salary + Modern Offices & work environment + Immediate Availability for interview and starts + Join a Company with an Excellent Reputation Due to continued growth, my client based in Islington (near Angel Tube station) is actively looking for an additional Progress Developer The Company & Job A successful business, which has been going strong for over 30 years. They have forged a reputation for delivering robust software solutions to the financial services industry. With a market leading name and cutting-edge tech, they are at the forefront of their sector. Working in a team environment, but with much autonomy and responsibility, the successful candidate will work on greenfield products as well as the ongoing support, maintenance and enhancement of existing applications. Examples projects include a conversion project (Progress1 to Progress2) and a large-scale data migration project. Further to the above, due to the flat management structure, there will be opportunity to voice and share opinions. Indeed, the development team are encouraged to do so even if this means sometimes going against the grain. Key Tech: - Progress - OpenEdge 9 minimum exposure (OpenEdge 10 and 11 highly desirable) - 4GL The Package The successful candidate can expect a competitive salary of up to £55k as a starting point. There will be regular (minimum annually) reviews of the starting salary. In addition, there is an attractive benefits package, good holiday allowance and nice work/life balance policy including flexible working hours.

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  • Computational Biologist

    Salary: £0 Location: Kidlington

    I am looking for a Computational Biologist, this person will be based in a state-of-the-art facility in Oxford. They will be working in the computational biology group as part of the team responsible for developing, testing and maintaining data analysis workflows used both internally and customers of the next-generation sequencing products business. The main responsibilities will include developing new analysis workflows/pipelines by writing clean code, coupled with clear documentation and rigorous testing that are used internally and integrated within the Computational Biology NGS software product range. The Data Analysis team also liaises directly with customers and other stakeholders to answer any analytical questions and related support, so strong written and verbal communication skills are essential. ***What the Computational Biologist will need*** + Education to degree level in a related field + Experience working in a computational and data analysis environment + Strong programming skills in Java, Perl, Python or R + An understanding of Linux based environments + Some SQL knowledge ***What the Computational Biologist will get*** + Competitive salary £££ + Excellent training and progression opportunities + The chance to work in a ground break field of Science If this role sounds perfect for you, then please get in touch today!

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  • Graduate JavaScript Software Developer

    Salary: £23000 Location: Kidlington

    We are currently recruiting for a Graduate Java Developer (NGS), the company is based in Oxford and has been established now since 1995. They are a global leader in genetic research, with customers spanning over 60 countries and a very large reputation in the genomic medicine market. The role sits within the computational biology group’s software development team & will involve developing, testing and supporting applications used both internally and by customers of our microarray and NGS products. ***What the Graduate Java Developer (NGS) will do*** + Writing clean code to implement new features and fix bugs in existing software + Supporting other team members by reviewing code and providing feedback + Liaise directly with customers and other stakeholders to translate feature requests + Providing second-line support + Develop with the Agile methodology ***What the Graduate Java Developer (NGS) needs*** + Experience with Object-Oriented design + Development of Java desktop or web applications + Exposure to relational database design theory and SQL/MySQL/Postgres + Knowledge of web development technologies including HTML, CSS, JavaScript + Experience developing applications using the Spring framework + Understanding of tools such as Hibernate/JPA/JDBC ***What the Graduate Java Developer (NGS) will get*** + Salary up to £23,000 + excellent benefits + Work in a fantastic state-of-the-art facility If this sounds like the perfect role for you, then please get in touch today!

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  • NGS Scientist, Cancer R&D

    Salary: £35000 Location: Kidlington

    My client are a gene and cell therapy company based in Oxfordshire. Due to a fantastic growth period they are looking for an ambitious, talented and motivated Scientist with experience in molecular biology/ genetics, specifically dealing with NGS, DNA-seq, RNA-seq, Meth-Seq, and whole genome sequencing, to be responsible for a variety of lab-based projects. You will have: A minimum of a MSc and several years industry experience or a PhD in Molecular Biology/ Biochemistry/Genetics based subject. Detailed experience of Next Generation Sequencing, including but not limited to targeted DNA-seq, RNA-seq, Meth-Seq, and whole genome sequencing Commercially focused – ability to interact with high profile research scientists and corporate customers Salary: up to £35,000 (depending on experience) Great Benefits Fantastic development options

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  • Program Manager

    Salary: £90000 Location: SAFFRON WALDEN

    Program Manager The Client My client is a leader in providing NGS technologies for some of the world’s most innovative and market disrupting companies. Working on ground breaking projects, unlocking the hidden potential of the human genome and collaborating with key strategic partners are all part of their path to success and they are now looking to recruit a talented Program Manager to helm one of their major projects. The Role As a Program Manager you will drive key strategic programs towards the implementation of Genomic Medicine into mainstream healthcare. One of the key initiatives will be to implement a new workflow in lab operations and software integration and driving down turnaround time by supporting a very fast turnaround service. Responsibilities • Manage a large cross-functional program of strategic importance to Illumina • Manage plans for resource needs, scope, budget and quality targets to deliver to key milestones communicating to the customer and across Illumina • Creates and manages the overall project schedule, including identification of keys tasks and establishing realistic timelines with durations, dependencies, critical path, and milestones • Working closely with the Quality Management System within the ILS team • Ensure compliance to relevant ISO standards (13485 and 14971) • Identify needs for plan changes, then track and communicate plan changes to the team and stakeholders to ensure program goals are in alignment with business objectives • Schedule, prepare content for executive committee presentations, and present as required • Identify and manage program risks, remove obstacles, and facilitate trade-offs to enable successful project completion • Share best project management practices with others in to improve organizational efficiency and effectiveness ----- For more information and a confidential discussion, please contact Kieran Whittaker on the below: - Tel: 0161 923 8174 Email: Kieran.Whittaker@wearenorthpoint.co.uk

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  • Senior Scientist - DMPK

    Salary: £0 Location: Slough

    Berkshire- Senior Scientist – DMPK- Permanent My client is a global biopharmaceutical company focused on drug discovery for the treatment of severe diseases, affecting the immune and central nervous systems. Due to a fantastic period of continued growth they are currently looking for senior DMPK scientist to work within the iADME group responsible for DMPK input to both NCE and NBE projects from early discovery to submission. This role is a lab-based position and requires the right candidate to make expert opinions on in vitro DMPK issues and translation to in vivo as well as to humans. The role will champion and develop new scientific strategic directions and guides or contributes to development of new assays. You will have: Ideal candidate will be educated to PhD level (or equivalent) with postdoc/ industrial experience or MSc or BSc (or equivalent) with extensive experience in DMPK. Strong Knowledge of pharmacokinetic concepts is essential, and experience in a variety of DMPK assays and techniques (in vitro, ex vivo and in vivo) is preferred. Fantastic salary (depending on experience) Great development options Chance to be part of a multinational company with global opportunities

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  • Deputy Head of Engineering & Facilities

    Salary: £59000 Location: Stevenage

    Deputy Head of Engineering & Facilities-Hertfordshire Based in Hertfordshire, my client is a leading global biologics company, looking for a Deputy Head of Engineering, to be responsible for managing the day to day facilities management, mechanical & electrical engineering. You will have: BSc or equivalent in an Engineering or another relevant technical area Proven experience of working within a GMP Engineering/Facilities management team in commercial biologicals, vaccines, cell or gene therapies manufacturing facility ideally within a large multifunctional site. Experience of working with commercial clients and collaborators Knowledge of EU GMP and FDA regulatory requirements Knowledge of applicable Environmental and Health and Safety legislation within the pharmaceutical / biopharmaceutical industry Proven understanding of Building Services, M&E systems, building fabric and BMS, EMS systems and operation Proven first-hand experience of working with both paper based and Electronic PPM Systems Fantastic salary: up to £60,000 (depending on experience) Excellent career development opportunities Great benefits

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  • Senior Systems Engineer

    Salary: £60000 Location: Covent garden

    I am currently looking for a Senior Systems Engineer. This person will be working for a multi-award winning company, based on the fringes of the west end. My client based, in Covent Gardens, is one of the leading music production companies, focusing on sound design and development for television, events and commercials. Broadly speaking, the technology is a web-based service for Broadcasters, Producers and Distributors to manage, store and distribute music cue sheets worldwide. Their work has been recognised throughout the industry and have been given various awards, including a Grammy. They have a very strong and successful development team at their head office, which include designers, developers, analysts and DBAs. ***What the Senior Systems Engineer will need*** + Excellent experience within the Linux (Ubuntu/Debian/CentOS) server environment + Eperience working with Firewalls for IDS/IPS + IP Routing skills (STP, VLAN, BGP, DNS, OSPF) + Knowledge of data centre & Cloud (AWS/EC2) Infrastructure ***What the Senior Systems Engineer will get*** + Competitive salary range + 20 Days holiday + bank holidays + Willing to support employees with their own personal development This is a great opportunity working for a company that is going from strength to strength, Call Today to ensure you do not miss out!

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  • Research Technician Microbiology

    Salary: £24000 Location: Aberdeen

    My client is a leading pharmaceutical company focusing on developing live biotherapeutic products from the human gut microbiome. So far, my client has two clinical stage programmes in IBS and IBD as well as a strong pipeline of pre-clinical programmes in autoimmunity, inflammation, oncology and CNS disease. Due to recent expansion, my client is looking for a Research Technician to provide microbiology support in performing characterisation of bacteria and preparing cultures for screening assays and preclinical studies. Practical experience in microbiology lab techniques and aseptic techniques are essential. Experience / Qualifications Required • This position has a minimum requirement of a HND in microbiology, biochemistry, biology, or biomedical sciences or relevant experience • Competency in a variety of microbiological laboratory techniques • Experience with bacterial culturing techniques, including strict anaerobes would be advantageous • Ability to follow SOPs and an accurate way of working in the laboratory • Excellent organisational skills and accurate record keeping, attention to detail

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  • Scientist – Process Development (Downstream)

    Salary: £0 Location: Oxford

    The Client My client, a leader in synthetic biology, is a specialised contract research organisation offering services to support the discovery, development and production of biologics, with a particular focus on viral vectors for gene therapy applications. A unifying theme across the portfolio is expertise in DNA design, expression system optimisation, cell line development and engineering of viral delivery systems. They are located within purpose-fitted laboratories at the Oxford Science Park, just South of Oxford. They are in a phase of rapid expansion and are seeking highly motivated and enthusiastic scientists and engineers to join the team and help facilitate the next stage of their development as a company. My client aims to be both innovative and entrepreneurial in everything they do – Will you join them and contribute to this exciting journey? The Role You will be involved in a range of internal platform development and commercial projects, focusing on establishing process development capabilities for the production of both therapeutic proteins and viral vectors for gene therapy applications. My client has a number of on-going programmes in this area, and multiple government supported grant awards, which the recipient will contribute towards. The Process Development Scientist (Downstream) will work together with Scientist colleagues to specify and implement scalable processes for primary recovery and product purification. The position will involve extensive interaction with both internal and external stakeholders, and the ability to show commitment to scientific development and innovation are considered essential. Prior experiencing of using relevant techniques, including TFF, ultracentrfugation and AKTA-based chromatography (Affinity, IEX and SEC) is absolutely required, as is experience in developing and implementing associated process for mammalian production systems. The position will work closely with the Cell Line Development, Upstream Process and Analytical teams, and will report to the Chief Technology Officer. Responsibilities • Lead, plan and conduct primary recovery and purification experiments including use of statistical approaches for process design and specification (DOE, QbD) • To support technology transfer activities for commercial manufacturing • To work closely with internal and external stakeholders to define project goals and deliverables, in line with planned project objectives • To keep up to date with the scientific literature and developments in the field • Set an example to other colleagues, and to train and mentor junior staff • Perform data analysis, author Standard Operating Procedures and write technical reports • Support and contribute to protection and assessment of intellectual property • Promote and suggest implementation of new methods, technologies and processes to ensure best practice • To ensure established quality standards are strictly adhered to, across all on-going activities Salary is negotiable on experience ---- For more information and a confidential discussion, please contact Kieran Whittaker on the below: - Tel: 0161 923 8174 Email: Kieran.Whittaker@wearenorthpoint.co.uk

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