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Scientists - Immunoassay R&D

Randox Laboratories - National

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Full Time
Posted on
June 19, 2019
Expires on
November 29, 2019
Randox Laboratories - National
Northern Ireland
Antrim, Northern Ireland
Years of Experience
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About Randox Laboratories - National

Randox is a world leader in in-vitro diagnostics supplying a range of innovative laboratory instruments and tests to a wide range of customers across the globe. Our mission is to create added value in healthcare by focussing on our expertise in diagnostics.

We play a pioneering role in laboratory medicine. High value is placed in research and development to continuously improve existing and develop innovative new products. This has allowed us to continuously grow and expand our international sales teams. Now is your chance to be part of strong, growing organisation.

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Scientists - Immunoassay R&D (19N/SCDV)


Due to continued growth, Randox Laboratories require two highly motivated and enthusiastic Scientists to join the research and development team. The successful Scientists will be involved in the development and release of new clinical diagnostic products as well as the transfer of existing clinical Biochip products to the MultiSTAT analyser.


The Role:


• The meeting of targets on established R&D projects
• The familiarisation of current methods and technologies for a given project
• The detailed completion of reports demonstrating rigorous analysis of results
• Generation and upkeep of Design and Development Plans, Risk Management activities and Design Specifications
• The accurate completion of all experimental work associated with the development of diagnostic products from the initial assessment of reagents to the Verification and Validation of the product
• Transfer of the product to manufacturing in accordance with company procedures
• The operation and routine maintenance of various types of departmental equipment and analytical instruments


The Candidate:


Essential attributes:

• BSc in a relevant biomedical or life science subject.
• Demonstrable understanding of immunoassay principles.
• Ability to work independently within the context of a multidisciplinary research team.
• Possess excellent organisational and communication skills (written and oral).
• Excellent analytical and problem- solving skills
• Be proficient in the use of Microsoft packages such as Word, Excel, Powerpoint and Outlook.

Desirable attributes:
• Previous experience of immunoassay principles/techniques.
• Previous experience in analysis and documentation of large datasets.
• Relevant laboratory experience to include immunological techniques such as immunoassay development.

About Randox:


Randox Laboratories is passionate about improving global health and saving lives through the development of innovative and pioneering products.  Through our commitment and the skill of our people we have grown to be a world leader in diagnostics for clinical healthcare, toxicology, food security and providing quality solutions to over 145 countries.  In order to serve our growing international markets we require high calibre applicants with scientific, engineering, software and broader business skills – including sales, marketing, logistics, finance and many more.

Central to the Randox ethos is our drive to improve healthcare worldwide and every one of our staff plays a vital role in this aim.

How to apply:


Please submit you CV and covering letter via e-mail to:

Please quote the appropriate job reference 19N/SCDV in all communication.


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Randox Laboratories Limited is an Equal Opportunities Employer


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