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Ethical Scientists | XCellR8

We’re looking for new members to join the XCellR8 team. Would you like to help us in our mission to replace animal testing, and apply your scientific and professional skills to make a real difference? We combine scientific excellence in a Good Laboratory Practice (GLP) environment with our drive to provide advanced and ethical replacements for animal tests. We’re currently looking for the following people to support our expansion at our premises in Cheshire, UK. Could the next addition to our team be you?! Please email us at info@x-cellr8.com for more details.

Quality Assurance Officer:

This role will include a wide variety of Quality Assurance activities and is a critical component of our ongoing GLP compliance. The role includes QA inspections of facilities and documentation, as well as active participation in our GLP studies for clients. Previous QA experience in a GLP or similar environment is essential. Experience in a cell culture laboratory is preferred but not essential.

Study Director:

This role includes acting as the Study Director for both GLP and non-GLP studies, from designing the study plan through to data analysis and compilation of the final report. Cell culture experience in a GLP environment is essential. Previous experience as a Study Director is not essential depending on your background. This role will report to the Senior Study Director and training will be provided. This is a great opportunity to develop your career if you would like to move away from the lab bench into a scientific managerial role. You must be a great communicator and team player.

Graduate Laboratory Scientist:

This is a fantastic opportunity for a young scientist to join our team and gain experience in the use of non-animal technologies. The role includes the maintenance of our human cell cultures and performance of a wide range of in vitro tests for the safety and efficacy of cosmetics, toiletries and household products. You will also be involved with our research activities to develop new tests.