Molecular Biology Associate ScientistLondon BasedCompetitive Salary + Benefits Do you have experience working with qPCR, including primer design?Would you like to work for a cutting...
Research Technician (Molecular Biology) - London
Up to £15.50 per hour + Benefits
Do you have proven hands on experience of DNA and RNA extraction?
My client is a leading international research facility in London, they employ leading scientists from around the world working in a broad range of research areas. Due ongoing success they are looking to hire an experienced molecular biologist to assist with key research projects.
The role will involve the manual extraction of Nucleic Acid (DNA and RNA) from primary samples, including whole blood, tissues and other fluids. These samples will them be processed, as part of the wider research initiative, looking to develop therapeutics for a range of debilitating diseases.
To be considered you'll need the following skills and experience;
- A BSc, MSc or PhD in molecular biology, cell biology, pharmacology, biology or another relevant life sciences subject. Or suitable working experience.
- The lab does not run robotics for extraction, so is looking for someone who has good manual nucleic acid extraction experience. Familiarity with DNA extraction and RNA extraction as key.
- As this is a short term project they are looking for someone who can hit the ground running and work with minimal supervision.
- You will also need to Maintain accurate records and pay meticulous attention to detail required at all times.
- You must have excellent communication skills, be very well organised with the ability to work effectively on multiple research projects and be able to work as part of a multidisciplinary research team.
If you have what it takes for this exciting new position, please apply online.
The recruiter has stated that all applicants for this job should be able to prove they are legally entitled to work in the UK. SRG is a trading name of Science Recruitment Group Ltd an Employment Business/Agency.