STEMCELL Technologies Inc. is a privately-owned biotechnology company based in Vancouver that helps power leading-edge life science research around the world. Scientists performing stem cell, immunology, cancer, regenerative medicine and cellular therapy research are among those who rely on our cell culture media, cell separation products, instruments, ancillary reagents and contract assay services. We create novel, useful, standardized products of unfailing quality and deliver them to more than 70 countries via our many regional offices plus distribution centres in Vancouver, Seattle, Grenoble and Singapore. Driven by our love of science and our passion for quality, we see ourselves simply as “Scientists Helping Scientists” – standing by our customers to provide outstanding products, technical support and training. We have over 1000 science-oriented employees globally, including 250 PhDs/MScs, with most others holding a BSc or engineering degree. STEMCELL is proud to be the largest Biotechnology employer in Canada.
This position is responsible for the development of molecular biology and gene editing products used in life sciences research. They will be fully responsible for product development including develop a pipeline of products that fit STEMCELL’s customers needs, set product specification criteria, experimentally evaluate candidate formulas and develop protocols specific to stem cell applications. They will also provide valuable consultation to the Manufacturing team to facilitate technology transfer and to the Quality Control team to determine ongoing testing requirements.
The chosen candidate will act as the in-house expert for the molecular biology product line and the scientific field it services. They will provide top level technical support to customers, and provide internal lab- and lecture-based training to Sales and technical support representatives. They will act as a scientific ambassador for the company by giving external presentations and collaborating with leaders in the field. They will contribute written scientific content to mini-reviews, flyers, and manuals.