- Job Listing Date
- 6 Feb 2020
- Melbourne, CBD & Inner Suburbs
- Work Type
- Part Time
- Science & Technology, Laboratory & Technical Services
Come join a company that tackles fascinating problems and find solutions to complex challenges. With deep expertise in influenza science, our team works on cutting-edge research, pioneering technologies to optimise the manufacturing process and improve the effectiveness of influenza vaccines. We operate as one integrated global organisation, drawing together expert staff from different countries to collaborate. Together, we are working on the front line to protect communities from seasonal influenza and global pandemic threats. When you join Seqirus, you join a team dedicated to making a difference in people's lives. It's a feeling of possibility, creativity, and purpose that inspires us every day
Located in Parkville (Australia) and part of the VICE (Virology and Immunology Centre of Excellence) team, this is a part time fixed term position. The successful candidate will be part of a team supporting the manufacture of influenza virus vaccine by reassorting viruses to provide high quality seedlots for global Seqirus commercial manufacture of the vaccine. In this role you will be required to assist with process improvement programs to optimise efficiencies, assist in developing new methods for viral quantitation and develop new reassorting techniques (egg based and cell culture), while complying to the relevant standards.
To be successful in this role you will have sound scientific knowledge and a highly developed analytical and lab skill set with experience in a wide range of virological and immunological techniques. You will use your strong writing skills and attention to detail to deliver clear and concise reports to your internal customers to enable them to achieve the required business outcomes. You are a team player with excellent time management skills enabling you to prioritise and cope well under pressure to meet the required timelines.
A graduate degree in biological sciences or related discipline, with laboratory experience is required. Relevant industry experience is favourable. Cell culture experience is favourable. You will have a thorough understanding of the requirements for cGMP, PICs, cleanrooms, OGTR and DAFF.
If you are looking to develop your skills and shape the health of Australians, please apply.
Applications must address the selection criteria above and include a current CV, covering letter and reference number R-111050
Applications will close on Friday 14th February 2020
CSL advises that screening including; criminal history, medical assessment, confirmation of experience, stated qualifications and other relevant checks form a part of the candidate suitability evaluation process. Where applicable, this applies to current CSL employees. CSL employees must notify their current manager when selected for interview for any advertised internal vacancies.