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Vi søger 2 praktikanter med start 1. september 2022 til vores Analytical Development HPLC og ELISA afdelinger i Søborg. Vi tilbyder 1 års praktik i en dynamisk og voksende virksomhed med gode muligheder for at arbejde med en bred og varieret palet af opgaver og udfordringer til gavn for patienter verden over.

AGC Biologics A/S (AGC) er en kontrakt producerende organisation inden for biotekindustrien. Vi arbejder med udvikling af biofarmaceutiske produktionsprocesser samt GMP produktion af biofarmaceutiske proteiner til både klinisk afprøvning og markedsføring.

Laborantpraktikanter til Analytical Development HPLC og ELISA, Søborg
Vi forventer du kommer med stor faglig viden fra dine skoleophold, drive og en stor lyst til at lære både på det faglige og personlige plan. Vi forventer at du er ivrig for at lære og har lyst til udvikle dig i en bred analytisk retning.

Vi vil sørge for, at du får en fast praktikvejleder tilknyttet og at du vil blive undervist af et bredt udsnit af vores akademikere med ekspertise i de relevante områder for Jer/dig. Lære noget om CDMO branchen og får indblik i analyse udvikling for rigtig mange forskellige stoffer. I bliver en del af et rigtigt godt socialt sammenhold hos arbejdsfamilien (AD).  

Som Laborantpraktikant i vores Analytical Development HPLC afdelingen vil du komme til at beskæftige dig med:

  • HPLC analyser såsom affinitet-, size exclusion- og/eller ionbytnings chromatografi med focus på High Throughput Teknologi (HTT)
  • Stifte bekendtskab med capillar electropherese metode(r)
  • Selvstændig databehandling og levering af resultater til scientist godkendelse
  • Hands on erfaring med Thermofisher HPLC udstyr samt Chromeleon chromatography software

Som Laborant praktikant i vores Analytical Development i ELISA afdelingen vil du komme til at beskæftige dig med:

  • En række af forskellige analyseprincipper såsom ELISA, SDS-PAGE, SoloVPE (OD) etc.
  • Selvstændig databehandling og levering af resultater til scientist godkendelse
  • Arbejde med high throughput instrumenter såsom automatisering af ELISA ved hjælp af fortyndings-robot, eller high throughput analyse med Octet HTX

Vi forventer at du:

  • Har afsluttet (eller forventer at afslutte) den teoretiske del af laborantuddannelsen inden praktikken starter
  • Har gode engelske kundskaber, både i tale og på skrift
  • Er omstillingsparat, systematisk og detaljeorienteret

Vi ser frem til at modtage din ansøgning og CV senest den 1. december 2021. 

Ansøgningerne vil blive behandlet efterhånden som de modtages. For yderligere informationer om stillingen, venligst kontakt cphhrcareer@agcbio.com

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AGC Biologics (AGC) is a global Contract Development Manufacturing Organization (CDMO) with bio-manufacturing facilities in Europe, Japan, Italy and the USA. The company provides a comprehensive range of commercial and clinical cGMP biologics manufacturing services, from DNA to active pharmaceutical ingredient (API). The company’s team and approach are tailored to each of its client’s needs, whether turnkey manufacturing or sophisticated, stand-alone analytical, formulation and stability services. 

Visit www.agcbio.com to learn why AGC Biologics is a World Leader in process development and contract manufacturing.

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