Clinical Laboratory Scientist I – Molecular

Guildford, UK

ANGLE is a world-leading liquid biopsy company with offices in Guildford (UK), Toronto (Canada) and Philadelphia (US). ANGLE’s patented liquid biopsy platform and associated assays have the potential to be used throughout the cancer care pathway to provide clinicians with individualised, up-to-date, and clinically actionable insight into every patient’s cancer. This could enable patients to receive timely, personalised treatment and improve clinical outcomes.

Liquid biopsies involve sampling and analysis of peripheral blood to identify signs of cancer. Liquid biopsy is minimally invasive and can be undertaken safely in community clinics to provide patients with a rapid diagnosis and timely treatment with targeted therapies. Liquid biopsy may also help to safely monitor cancer patients in remission to provide early warning of recurrence.

In 2021 ANGLE opened GCLP compliant clinical laboratories in Guildford (UK) and Philadelphia (USA) to provide “pharma services” for cancer drug trials and, once the labs are accredited, laboratory developed tests (LDTs) for patient management. We are also pursuing an FDA product clearance for the Parsortix® system and have submitted a full De Novo submission, which is currently in substantive review with the FDA.

Join our Team:

This is an exciting time at ANGLE and our research and development facilities in Guildford, UK are looking for a Clinical Laboratory Scientist I specialising in Molecular .

You will be a Clinical Laboratory Scientist I who can apply expertise processing and analysis of samples using validated assays that support the detection of cancer and pre-cancerous features in cells using complex microscopy and/or other technologies.

This important position, plays a crucial role in the comparison of normal versus abnormal cell morphology/expression and evaluating the significance of those differences to identify disease in various stages.

At ANGLE, we foster a dynamic, entrepreneurial approach to translating leading edge translational research into clinical diagnostics. We offer the potential for significant corporate growth and career development. We promote a culture of collaboration and shared excellence while encouraging an open and honest exchange of ideas.

We are always in search of potential employees who share our vision and want to make a difference today. In your submission, please describe your background and what you can bring to our team along with attaching your resume

Principal Accountabilities:

  • Process and analyse samples for circulating tumour cells or other rare events utilising novel and established technologies and methodologies.
  • Operate immunofluorescence assays, and run controls as required.
  • Provide scientific and technical support to existing and upcoming programs and projects.
  • Assist in the development and revision of laboratory standard operating procedures (SOPs), quality management and document control, and implementation of new assays.
  • Collaborate in the training and development of new staff.
  • Help design experiments; conduct audits, risk assessments, and data analysis.
  • Maintain safety guidelines for clinical laboratory environments and regulatory compliance with CLIA / ISO 15189 and all other applicable regulations.
  • Set-up, maintain, and run protocols in instruments when required.
  • Contribute to the smooth running of laboratory facilities; to include but not limited to stock purchase and management, data entry and other clerical duties, chemical handling and preparation, and cleaning/disinfection activities as needed.
  • Support all aspects of Laboratory Management in a variety of tasks both in and out of the lab as when required by the supervisor; to include but not limited to laboratory admin/operations support, instrument repair and troubleshooting.

Qualifications, Experience, Knowledge and Attributes:

  • BSc or equivalent with a focus on Biomedical Sciences, combined with 1-2 years of clinical laboratory experience, or an equivalent combination of experience and formal education.
  • Strong background in molecular techniques is required.
  • Strong scientific and technical aptitudes, and commitment to high quality service combined with tolerance for either unexpected or repetitive work.
  • Excellent work ethic, and strong liaison skills.
  • Strong team player with excellent verbal and written communication skillset.
  • Exceptional organisational and time management skills, with the ability to multitask and prioritise to meet deadlines.
  • An eye for detail, decent software proficiency, good notetaking and recording practices.
  • Ability to work both independently with minimal supervision as well as in a team environment.
  • Possess a flexible, can-do approach to the requirements of the job.
  • Continuous learner with a keen appetite for cross-disciplinary work.

As a member of our highly skilled and fast-growing team you will receive opportunities for development and a competitive benefits package.

Salary estimate – £27000

Please let us know if you require disability-related accommodation during the recruitment process so that we can work with you to meet your needs.

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