14.03.2022

Laboratory Technician – Radiochemistry

Precirix is a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company dedicated to extending and improving the lives of cancer patients by designing and developing novel radiopharmaceuticals, using camelid single-domain antibody fragments labeled with radioisotopes. The company’s lead product, CAM-H2, is being evaluated in a Phase I/II trial targeting metastatic HER2-positive cancer. In addition, the company has two pre-clinical programs leveraging the technology strengths.

We do this with an international team of highly dedicated professionals, eager to make a difference, passionate about the science, its much-needed application and so proud to drive us forward to reach our ambitions - together. Our Brussels-based Radiochemistry team is looking for an enthusiastic and talented Laboratory Technician – Radiochemistry.

Purpose of the Position:

You are part of the scientific backbone of the radiochemistry team at Precirix. You undertake the production and quality control of radiopharmaceuticals that are part of the company’s pipeline of products and you ensure that analytical equipment meets the desired level of quality.

Key Responsibilities

Scientific activities

  • Quality control of pre-clinical and technical scale-up productions: operate and maintain routine QC methods on radio-HPLC (reversed-phase and size-exclusion) and TLC
  • Improve existing and develop existing quality control methods
  • Willingness to be trained on routine production of radiopharmaceuticals

Laboratory support

  • Contribute to the efficient and smooth running of the laboratory

  • Responsible for maintenance of equipment such as the radio-HPLC and TLC scanner

  • Maintain laboratory supplies and consumables

Communication

  • Document, retain and summarize experimental data and results in adequate systems (e.g. electronic lab note books and databases).
  • Prepare written reports as appropriate
  • Report about scientific activities and laboratory support during meetings

Profile requirements

  • Expected educational qualifications: academic or professional BSc in a relevant field of (medicinal) chemistry
  • Good knowledge of analytical systems such as HPLC and TLC is warranted
  • Experience in working in a radioactive GMP environment is a bonus
  • Self-organized and hands-on
  • Eye for detail
  • Strong team player
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills in English
  • Can deal with significant responsibilities and is stress-resistant
  • Show flexibility in your work and willingness to travel

We offer you

A new job in a cutting-edge scientific field in an organization that is ambitious, growing fast and sensibly; with a competitive package and room to grow.

Want to explore this opportunity? Mail us at jobs@precirix.com with a letter of motivation and your cv; and we will get in touch with you.

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