Associate Bioengineer, Technical Solutions

(75%) Laboratory NJ / PA and (25%) Remote working

Job Description

Competitive salary and benefits package, including a pension scheme and private medical insurance.

The purpose of this role is to support technical work for or directly with Ori customers. In this role, the Associate Bioengineer will provide support for customers by supporting training and instrument demonstrations, executing process development experiments, and generating protocols and reports.

Key Responsibilities

  • Basic laboratory maintenance and organization, including materials inventory
  • Support laboratory-based development activities across a range of projects and clients
  • Work with a range of cell-based techniques and engineering techniques including cell culture, cell counts, flow cytometry, ELISA, and qPCR
  • Work with third party vendors for additional services (mycoplasma, sterility, endotoxin)
  • Progression of research- based manufacturing processes to scalable clinical manufacturing protocols that become suitable for commercial use by incorporating Ori technology
  • Support technology transfer to customers, through instrument setup/IQOQ, customer trainings/demonstrations, and troubleshooting exercises
  • Develop SOPs, protocols, and reports for customers
  • Provide support and feedback to product design and development activities
  • Evaluate new technologies, through lab work, for product fit within the market
  • Provide specialist technical, process and manufacturing advice and support to the customer facing sales and account management teams acting as a Subject Matter Expert, where appropriate
  • Support the generation of technical materials in collaboration with global team and customers
  • Maintain active industry network to stay abreast of latest technology trends, partnership opportunities and competitive technologies


  • Experienced in novel cell processing technologies, particularly within upstream cell bioprocessing
  • Cell culture experience with either Immune cells (Lymphocytes, PBMC, Dendritic cells), HSC CD34+ cells, hESC, hiPS, MSC or other clinically relevant cell types
  • Experienced in cell isolation from one or more of the following sources: apheresis, peripheral or cord blood and/or bone marrow
  • Demonstrable experience in relevant analytical techniques (Cell counts, Flow Cytometry, metabolite analysis, PCR)
  • Basic knowledge of cell therapy industry
  • Working knowledge of GMP is preferred


  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Ability to work quickly and accurately with a strong focus on attention to detail
  • Ability to be agile and work in a start-up environment
  • Takes initiative when required but keeps others informed of decisions
  • Excellent organisational skills and project management skills
  • Keeps up to date with professional knowledge, expertise and best practice
  • Proven ability to engage constructively with colleagues at all levels across different departments to deliver objectives
  • Passionate about wanting to make a difference in patient outcomes
Contract Type: Full time, permanent

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