Associate Engineer, Process Engineering (m/f)
Juno Therapeutics, a Celgene Company, is developing novel cellular immunotherapies based on two distinct and complementary platforms - Chimeric Antigen Receptors (CARs) and T Cell Receptors (TCRs) technologies. Our goal is to revolutionize medicine by re-engaging the body's immune system to treat cancer. For our Process Engineering Team located in Munich, we are looking for an Associate Engineer.
- Process development, optimization and scale up of biotechnological processes (USP and DSP) to produce proteins for our reagents
- Development of GMP-conform production processes and facilitate the transfer from Technical Development at lab scale to GMP manufacturing
- Planning and execution of biotechnological and biochemical experiments that involve profound knowledge of protein biological techniques
- Authoring of process relevant documentation for GMP production (Forms, Master Batch Records, SOPs)
- Ability to increase knowledge about biopharmaceutical manufacturing processes by self-learning in literature and other sources, e.g. microbial fermentation, bioreactor use, protein refolding, depth filtration, tangential flow filtration, column chromatography, centrifugation, and formulation of bulk drug substance
- Support of our production team in performing cGMP manufacturing activities according to standard operating procedures (SOPs) and batch records in accordance with assigned daily tasks and production schedule.
- Experience with Quality Systems (Deviations, CAPAs, Change Control, etc.) would be beneficial, but not mandatory
- Identification, implementation, and qualification of new devices. Assistance in validation of procedures in our production facility
- Expertise in documentation and presentation of results, compilation of development reports
- Training of (new) staff on processes and process relevant devices
- Experience / Background in bioprocess engineering, preferably with hands on experience (e.g. in Crossflow Filtration, Depth Filtration and Fermentation)
- Knowledge in biotechnology and development of bioprocess procedures
- Networking and communication skills
- Dedicated team player
- Ability to work in a fast developing environment, according to set priorities and timelines
- A Master's degree (or comparable) preferentially in biotechnology / bioprocess engineering favorably with 1+ years of relevant experience in a GxP regulated environment.
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