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Senior Scientist - Immunology

Hess Associates Executive Search
Job Location
Montreal, QC
Montreal, QC H2Y 1C6
commensurate with experience


Job Description

  Montreal, QC rapidly growing GLP clinical research organization with many international clients is looking for a senior Immunologist to serve as both a scientific leader and mentor as well as a strong supporter of related marketing initiatives.


- Lead and mentor the technical work of a group of close to 2 dozen highly trained Immunologists - analysts and scientists.

- Support marketing initiatives.

- Interact with clients as required.

- Assist study directors and principal investigators, helping with GLP study design, method development and validation, and sample analysis.

- Act as knowledge source for lab staff.

- Help prepare study documentation and oversee interpretation and validity of test results.

- Make sure that all documentation meets SOPs.

- Keep up to date re related publications and technology, serving as KOL.



- MS Biology in Immunology or equivalent.

- Min 5 to 7 years' working in a GLP immunology lab.

- Proven leadership background. " Strong immunological techniques, such as ELISA, flow cytometry, cell-based assays.

- Able to work independently or as a team player. " Strong problem solving, analytical, time management, organizational, and English language skills.

- Preclinical CRO background of great interest.

How to Apply

Please forward resume to:

or call 416 447 3355 (Paula) to discuss

About Our Organization

Hess Associates recruits contract and permanent Medical Device, Biotechnology, Genetics, Genomics, IT, Health Informatics, and Bioinformatics professionals.
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