Role

You will be part of a collaborative team developing in vitro metabolic systems. Specifically, you will perform cloning, enzyme expression, purification, and activity assays to create, maintain and add to a growing inventory of enzymes. This pivotal role supports our researchers by building our processes and protocols for enzyme production. Success in this role will be enabled by collaboration with existing team members and measured by minimising downtime due to lack of enzyme stocks and improving batch-to-batch reproducibility.

Responsibilities

Perform experiments, troubleshoot methods, and report outcomes to the team.

Collaborate with biophysicists, chemists, enzymologists and computational scientists in our team and partner organisations.

Take advantage of opportunities to develop new processes and techniques to streamline enzyme production.

Contribute to a passionate, creative and open-minded work environment.

Requirements

    Extensive hands-on experience with microbiology and protein production is required, ideally acquired in a post-doctoral degree or equivalent level (>5 years) in industry.

    Experience optimising microbial growth and protein expression in bioreactors.

    Motivated, flexible and focused team player with growth mindset.

Equal Opportunity Employer

At FabricNano, we believe in getting as many different points of view as possible - we support and celebrate diversity in our workforce. We're proud to be an equal opportunity employer.

If you need assistance or accommodation due to a disability, you may contact us at admin@fabricnano.com

Compensation

£45-55
+equity
Dependent on experience

Location

London

Learn more about our technology

Fermentation scientist (enzyme production)

Applied Research