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Research Assistant – Flow Cytometry and Serology – Evenings and weekends – - Bio-Pharma/Biotech - Gosselies

Caprion Biosciences, a contract research organisation with facilities in Montreal (Canada) and Gosselies (Belgium), offers analytical services to biopharmaceutical companies for the characterization of the human immune response in pre-clinical and clinical samples.

Caprion operates globally, with partners in North America, Europe and Asia, including large pharmaceutical companies and biotechs.

In the context of its growing immune monitoring service offering, Caprion is looking to hire a Research Assistant for its flow cytometry and serology platforms, for its site in Gosselies, Belgium.

Research Assistant – Flow Cytometry and Serology – Evenings and weekends

Function :

Reporting to the Associate Director, Operations and working closely with Principal Scientists, the Research Assistant will work within a team focusing on the characterization of the cellular (ELISPOT and various flow cytometry assays such as phenotyping of PBMC, detection of intra-cellular cytokines, etc) and of the humoral (ELISA, Luminex, viral neutralization tests, etc) immune response. You will receive a strong training to further develop your skills in cellular and humoral immunology.

Tasks include :

  • Perform immunoassays according to current standard operating procedures;
  • Participate to the writing and/or to the review of method SOP and worksheets;
  • Manage reagents inventories and orders;
  • Participate to the technical management of the laboratory;
  • Perform work according to internal quality standards, apply relevant Quality System procedures and participate to the continuous improvement of Quality documents;
  • Attend relevant internal training activities;
Profile of the applicant :

The applicant must hold a bachelor degree or a master’s degree (or the equivalent) in a life science discipline such as biology, medical biology or biochemistry/biotechnology.  Practical knowledge of techniques related to cellular and humoral immunology is required.  Experience in cell culture and handling infectious materials in BL2+ environment is an asset.

The applicant must :

  • Demonstrate excellent organisational skills.
  • Demonstrate schedule adaptability and flexibility.
  • Must be able to work evenings and weekend hours.
  • Be willing to actively participate to the generation, the implementation and the continuous improvement of laboratory processes.
  • Be willing to work in a Quality environment (ISO17025, GCLP, GMP) and apply good documentation procedures (GDP).
  • Be functional in French (spoken and written) and have a functional knowledge of written English. Knowledge of spoken English is an asset.
Offer :
  • Full time permanent contract, with possibility of rapid start.
  • Diversified tasks and responsibilities and interesting projects.
  • A professional, dynamic and stimulating work environment.
  • Strong training and development opportunities.
  • A competitive salary package including benefits (and premium for evenings and weekend hours), adapted to your experience and the context.

Compliance Specialist - Bio-Pharma/Biotech - Gosselies

Caprion Biosciences, a contract research organisation with facilities in Montreal (Canada), Gosselies (Belgium) and Freemont (USA), offers analytical services to biopharmaceutical companies for the characterization of the human immune response in pre-clinical and clinical samples.

Caprion operates globally, with partners in North America, Europe and Asia, including large pharmaceutical companies and biotechs.

In the context of its growing immune monitoring service offering, Caprion is looking to hire a Compliance Specialist, for its site in Gosselies, Belgium.

Compliance Specialist
Function :

Reporting to the Director of Scientific Operations, the Compliance Specialist (a) monitors and regularly verifies study data to ensure compliance to Caprion SOPs, (b) implements, manages, and maintains procedures for the verification of study data and reports, (c) works closely with Operations and QA to ensure scientific team members and analysts are aware of, and adhere to process updates, (d) provides compliance expertise and guidance to analysts and study directors to ensure the Global Compliance organizational processes are fully optimized.

Tasks include :

  • Work independently to monitor and regularly verify study data to ensure compliance to Quality requirements, and ensure corrections are made appropriately according to Caprion SOPs through data review and in-life audits.
  • Liaise with Operations and QA to identify root cause and resolve anomalies, using existing solutions or creating new ones.
  • Implement, manage and maintain procedures for the verification of study data and reports, including periodic data verifications and review to ensure report accuracy.
  • Train staff on procedures and processes to ensure compliance.
  • Implement procedures in partnership with Operations and QA to streamline and improve documentation/QC process.
  • Use best practices and knowledge to identify opportunities to improve business processes and performance, and advise Operations possible technical solutions.
  • Act as a resource and trainer.
Profile of the applicant :

The applicant must hold a bachelor or master degree (or the equivalent) in a life science discipline such as biology, medical biology or biochemistry/biotechnology.  The applicant must have a minimum of 5 years working in a GLP environment or in an equivalent Quality System.  Auditing experience is an asset.

The applicant must :

  • Have a thorough knowledge of GLP-GDP regulations;
  • Demonstrate excellent oral and written communication skills;
  • Demonstrate excellent organization skills and ability to multi-task to meet deadlines in a fast-paced, changing environment;
  • Be able to work independently, autonomously and as part of a team;
  • Be detailed and process-oriented, meticulous and show commitment to achieve good quality work.
  • Be functional in French and English (spoken and written).
Offer :
  • Full time permanent contract, with possibility of rapid start.
  • A professional, dynamic and stimulating work environment.
  • A competitive salary package including benefits, adapted to your experience and the context.

Regulatory Affairs Manager - Medical Device - Awans (Liège)

Founded in 2009, CryoTherapeutics is an early stage European innovative company that is now establishing its operations in Awans (Liège). The company is in the process of developing a novel catheter system to treat atherosclerotic plaque that causes heart attacks by delivering cryoenergy to the coronary arteries. For additional information about the company, please visit http://www.cryotherapeutics.com/

CryoTherapeutics aims to develop and market the novel cryoenergy therapy initially for patients who have suffered a heart attack, and in the longer term also for patients identified as being at future risk of heart attack. CryoTherapeutics recently raised 7M€ in its latest round of financing and will use these funds to continue development of this technology with the aim of starting clinical studies later this year.

In order to support the expansion of the team in Liège, we are looking for a (m/f):

Regulatory Affairs Manager

Responsibilities:

As Regulatory Affairs Manager, you are in charge of writing the technical documentation to support clinical study applications, CE marking and FDA registration. You insure compliance of product technical files with regulatory standards and provide support to ensure that regulatory standards are part of the Product Development Process.

Your main responsibilities are:

  • Write technical documentation including Investigator Brochures, Clinical Protocols, Product Risk Analysis, Biocompatibility Risk Assessments.
  • Prepare technical files for Clinical Studies filings, CE-Mark applications and FDA registrations.
  • Maintain technical documentation to ensure compliance with internal QMS and Regulatory Standards.
  • Support R&D and Manufacturing to define the product/process validation strategies in compliance with Regulatory Standards.
  • Ensure that normative and regulatory changes are identified in a proactive manner and coordinate actions plans.
  • Manage product registration processes.
  • Report work evolution on a regular basis.
Profile:
  • Master’s degree or Ph.D. degree in Science or equivalent through experience.
  • 5 to 10 years’ experience in Regulatory Affairs for Class II & III Medical Devices.
  • Strong technical writing skills (Investigator Brochures, Clinical Study Protocols, Risk Management).
  • In-depth knowledge of regulatory requirements, MDR’s and EU ISO regulations and US FDA Quality System Regulations 21 CFR Part 820 and Part 11 (preferred).
  • Excellent interpersonal, communication and presentation skills.
  • High level of attention to detail, excellent organizational skills and time management, flexibility.
  • Fluent in English, written and spoken. Knowledge of another language is an asset.
  • Willing to travel abroad occasionally.
Offer:
  • A challenging position with a high potential innovative and young medical device company.
  • To work in a human-sized, collaborative and respectful environment
  • Work within a dynamic and experienced team that brings the best out of motivated potentials.
  • An attractive compensation package in line with the position’s responsibilities and your experience

Qualification & Validation Specialist - Radio–Pharma - Gosselies

Situées à Fleurus (Belgique), l’Institut National des Radioéléments (IRE) et sa filiale IRE ELiT sont des entreprises industrielles renommées et innovantes. Avec près de 225 collaborateurs, l’IRE est un des principaux producteurs mondiaux de radio-isotopes utilisés en médecine nucléaire à des fins de diagnostic et de thérapie. IRE ELiT est quant à elle active dans la protection de l’environnement et dans la production radio-pharmaceutique.

Plus concrètement, ces entreprises contribuent à sauver des millions de vies dans le monde chaque année. Sur les 5 dernières années, l’entreprise a renforcé son développement et jouit d’une croissance continue. Pour plus d’informations, veuillez consulter www.ire.eu.

Pour assurer le bon développement de l’IRE, nous sommes activement à la recherche d’un (m/f) :

Qualification & Validation Specialist

Responsabilités :

Au sein du service Qualification et Validation du département d’Assurance Qualité, vous menez des projets de (re)qualification des équipements et de validation des processus liés à la production.

Les responsabilités suivantes vous sont confiées :

  • Participer et coordonner les activités de qualification initiale (et requalification périodique) d’équipements de production.
  • Valider les processus relatifs aux activités de production GMP d’API (radioisotopes) et de médicaments radiopharmaceutiques (stériles).
  • Assurer la rédaction, la révision et/ou l’approbation des procédures et des différents documents de qualification et de validation : plan de qualification, URS, analyse de risque, protocoles et rapports DQ/IQ/OQ/PQ, etc …
  • Réaliser la veille réglementaire pour les activités de qualification et de validation.
Profil :
  • Vous êtes titulaire d’un Master en (Bio)chimie, Biotechnologie, Physique, Pharmacie, Ingénierie ou équivalent par expérience.
  • Vous disposez de minimum 3 années d’expérience en validation / qualification en milieu industriel pharmaceutique ou biotechnologique GxP, idéalement dans un environnement de production aseptique.
  • Vous appréciez les milieux industriels sous contraintes de qualité et de productivité.
  • Vous jouissez d’une bonne connaissance du français et de l’anglais (à l’écrit, au minimum).
  • Vous êtes orienté(e) résultats, rigoureux/se, autonome, doté(e) d’une forte capacité organisationnelle.
Offre :
  • Une fonction diversifiée incluant des responsabilités et des projets intéressants.
  • Des défis professionnels et humains enrichissants.
  • L’opportunité d’intégrer une structure industrielle renommée et innovante.

Technical Advisor - Automotive - Brussels

Based in Brussels (Belgium), FIGIEFA is the European federation and political representative of the independent wholesalers and retailers of automotive replacement parts. Together with its 19 national European Member State members, it represents the interests of more than 30.000 companies trading with vehicle parts, components and accessories throughout Europe.

The aim of FIGIEFA is to safeguard a legislative environment in the EU that provides access to technical information, to the ‘connected vehicle’ and its in-vehicle data as well as to replacement parts/equipment as the basis for free and fair competition in the automotive aftermarket in a rapidly changing automotive technology environment.

In order to support the activities of its office in Brussels, we are currently looking for a (m/f):

Technical Advisor

Responsibilities:

As a Technical Advisor, you manage all technical and ‘connected vehicle’ IT-related dossiers and processes in connection with FIGIEFA’s activities in the area of the automotive aftermarket.

Your main responsibilities are:

  • Advise FIGIEFA in all technical and ‘connected vehicle’ IT-related matters.
  • Participate in meetings (in Brussels or EU) and take responsibility for the management of technical subjects and dossiers (e.g. telematics, EC type-approval legislation).
  • Support the FIGIEFA Secretariat in its information activities and meetings.
  • Advise and prepare answers on upcoming questions from the EU institutions and help in the preparation of position papers.
  • Liaise with FIGIEFA’s partner alliance AFCAR (Alliance for the Freedom of Car Repair in the EU).
  • Communicate with FIGIEFA legal/political experts and work out common strategies, statements, papers and positions.
  • Report results and work evolution on a regular basis.
Profile:
  • You are an experienced automotive technical expert or are experienced in vehicle-related IT technologies around the ‘connected vehicle’ (e.g. telematics and cybersecurity).
  • You are, preferably, specialised in vehicle communication, vehicle design/functionality, diagnostics or contemporary and developing vehicle technologies.
  • You have excellent oral and written communication skills in English and strong interpersonal skills.
  • You are flexible, proactive, and able to work on your own as well as in close cooperation with the FIGIEFA Secretariat.
  • You are able to assess the business consequences of new legislation, automotive technologies and vehicle related services.
  • You are ready to travel frequently to other European countries.
Offer:
  • A challenging position within a multi-national and political environment that tackles a wide range of technical issues.
  • The opportunity to support and promote free and fair competition in the automotive aftermarket and to safeguard a legislative environment at EU level.
  • Various contacts with European and international institutions while representing the interests of FIGIEFA members.
  • An attractive salary package in line with the position responsibilities and your experience.

Laboratory Manager - FMCG, Food Services - Spa

Leader du marché dans le Benelux, SPADEL est spécialisé dans la production et la commercialisation d’eaux minérales naturelles, d’eaux de source, d’eaux aromatisées et de limonades. Spadel doit notamment son succès à ses marques Spa et Bru.

En tant qu’entreprise familiale indépendante belge, la société compte plus de 1.300 collaborateurs actifs dans 4 pays (Belgique, France, Royaume-Uni et Bulgarie). Rejoindre Spadel, c’est rejoindre une équipe une équipe dont les valeurs sont Togetherness, Agility, Ownership et Excellence.

Spadel dispose d’un laboratoire de référence dans le domaine de l’eau et des limonades. Ce laboratoire, basé à Spa, est animé par une équipe de huit personnes.

Afin de renforcer la pétillante équipe de Spadel, nous sommes à la recherche d’un (m/f) :

Laboratory Manager

Responsabilités :

En tant que Laboratory Manager, vous dirigez le laboratoire, ses opérations quotidiennes ainsi que son équipe. Vous participez à la définition et la mise en œuvre des méthodes d’analyse utilisées. Vous supervisez une équipe de 6 analystes de laboratoire.

Vos principales responsabilités sont les suivantes :

  • Organiser les activités du laboratoire en s’adaptant aux délais et aux besoins des autres départements.
  • Fournir un support technique aux membres de l’équipe dans les analyses.
  • Interpréter et exploiter des résultats d’analyses et des données statistiques.
  • Définir et adapter des procédures et méthodes d’analyses de contrôle.
  • Veiller à la bonne gestion budgétaire du matériel de laboratoire (remplacement et fonctionnement des équipements).
  • Identifier et diagnostiquer les dysfonctionnements et/ou les anomalies et proposer des solutions pertinentes.
  • Travailler en étroite collaboration avec les membres de tous les laboratoires de Spadel.
Profil :
  • Vous êtes titulaire d’un Master en (micro)-Biologie, Chimie ou Biochimie.
  • Vous possédez une expérience réussie de 5 à 10 ans dans un laboratoire.
  • Vous possédez une excellente maitrise de la norme ISO 17025.
  • Vous êtes familier(ère) aux principes d’analyse (ex : HPLC, ICPNS, microbiologie pathogène, etc.).
  • Vous êtes autonome, rigoureux(se) et organisé(e).
  • Vous êtes habitué(e) à travailler dans un environnement structuré et exigeant.
  • Vous communiquez aisément en français et en anglais (oral et écrit).
  • Vous êtes ouvert(e) à vous déplacer ponctuellement vers les autres laboratoires du Groupe (2 à 3 fois/an).
Offre :
  • Une fonction challengeante au sein d’un laboratoire doté d’un matériel à la pointe de la technologie.
  • Intégrer une entreprise aux fortes valeurs qui priorise le développement durable.
  • Un contrat à durée indéterminée à temps plein.
  • Un salaire attractif assorti d’avantages extra-légaux, en phase avec votre expérience.

Product Regulatory Affairs Specialist - Medical Device - Awans (Liège)

Founded in 2009, CryoTherapeutics is an early stage European innovative company that is now establishing its operations in Awans (Liège). The company is in the process of developing a novel catheter system to treat atherosclerotic plaque that causes heart attacks by delivering cryoenergy to the coronary arteries. For additional information about the company, please visit http://www.cryotherapeutics.com/

CryoTherapeutics aims to develop and market the novel cryoenergy therapy initially for patients who have suffered a heart attack, and in the longer term also for patients identified as being at future risk of heart attack. CryoTherapeutics recently raised 7M€ in its latest round of financing and will use these funds to continue development of this technology with the aim of starting clinical studies later this year.

In order to support the expansion of the team in Liège, we are looking for a (m/f):

Product Regulatory Affairs Specialist

Responsibilities:

As Product Regulatory Affairs Specialist, you are in charge of writing the technical documentation to support clinical study applications, CE marking and FDA registration. You insure compliance of product technical files with regulatory standards and provide support to ensure that regulatory standards are part of the Product Development Process.

Your main responsibilities are:

  • Write technical documentation including Investigator Brochures, Clinical Protocols, Product Risk Analysis, Biocompatibility Risk Assessments.
  • Prepare technical files for Clinical Studies filings, CE-Mark applications and FDA registrations.
  • Maintain technical documentation to ensure compliance with internal QMS and Regulatory Standards.
  • Support R&D and Manufacturing to define the product/process validation strategies in compliance with Regulatory Standards.
  • Ensure that normative and regulatory changes are identified in a proactive manner and coordinate actions plans.
  • Manage product registration processes.
  • Report work evolution on a regular basis.
Profile:
  • Master’s degree or Ph.D. degree in Science or equivalent through experience.
  • About 3 years of experience supporting Regulatory Affairs for Class II & III Medical Devices.
  • Strong technical writing skills (Investigator Brochures, Clinical Study Protocols, Risk Management).
  • In-depth knowledge of regulatory requirements, MDR’s and EU ISO regulations and US FDA Quality System Regulations 21 CFR Part 820 and Part 11 (preferred).
  • Excellent interpersonal, communication and presentation skills.
  • High level of attention to detail, excellent organizational skills and time management, flexibility.
  • Fluent in English, written and spoken. Knowledge of another language is an asset.
  • Willing to travel abroad occasionally.
Offer:
  • A challenging position with a high potential innovative and young medical device company.
  • To work in a human-sized, collaborative and respectful environment
  • Work within a dynamic and experienced team that brings the best out of motivated potentials.
  • An attractive compensation package in line with the position’s responsibilities and your experience

Chief Operating Officer (COO) - Medical Device - Awans (Liège)

Founded in 2009, CryoTherapeutics is an early stage European innovative company that is now establishing its operations in Liège (Awans). The company is in the process of developing a novel catheter system to treat atherosclerotic plaque that causes heart attacks by delivering cryoenergy to the coronary arteries. For additional information about the company, please visit http://www.cryotherapeutics.com/

CryoTherapeutics aims to develop and market the novel cryoenergy therapy initially for patients who have suffered a heart attack, and in the longer term also for patients identified as being at future risk of heart attack. CryoTherapeutics recently raised 7M€ in its latest round of financing and will use these funds to continue development of this technology with the aim of starting clinical studies later this year.

In order to support the expansion of the team in Awans, we are looking for a (m/f):

Chief Operating Officer (COO)

Main responsibilities:

After the successful closing of the recent financing round, your main objective as COO is to take a major role in the management of CryoTherapeutics.

Reporting to the CEO, your role will include the following tasks and responsibilities:

  • Oversee daily operations and supervise the employees within the Awans facility.
  • Develop and strengthen systems and methods.
  • Establish operations and best practices within the company.
  • Contribute to the business/financial plan and play a major role in its execution.
  • Promote and execute the strategy with a focus on adding value for shareholders.
  • Responsibility for specific discipline(s), depending on background and experience.
Profile :
  • You have at least 10 years of industrial experience in a top management/executive position within the Life Sciences industry. Relevant experience in the medical device sector would be an asset.
  • You hold a postgraduate qualification in Life Sciences or Engineering. In addition, a MBA would also be an asset.
  • You are driven, with an entrepreneurial spirit.
  • You have successful experience in international markets.
  • You demonstrate efficient leadership, strong interpersonal and negotiation skills.
  • You take advantage of a well-connected professional network within the industry, potentially also with the academic community, and in the investor/financial community.
  • You fluently communicate in French, with a command of English.
  • You demonstrate a strong work ethic.
Offer :
  • A challenging senior management position within a dynamic and growing company.
  • To join a company that develops a cutting-edge technology with a global relevance.
  • The opportunity to take more responsibilities in the future.
  • An attractive package commensurate with the position, responsibilities and its context.
  • The opportunity to be remunerated under payroll or as a self-employed through your management company.

Research Assistant – Flow Cytometry and Serology - Bio-Pharma/Biotech - Gosselies

Caprion Biosciences is a contract research organisation with facilities in Montreal (Canada) and Gosselies (Belgium). Caprion Biosciences offers analytical services to biopharmaceutical companies ranging from mass spectrometry-based analytical services to the characterization of the human immune response in clinical samples.

Caprion Biosciences operates globally, with partners in North America, Europe and Asia, including large pharmaceutical companies and biotech companies.

In the context of its growing immune monitoring service offering in Gosselies (Belgium), we are looking for a (m/f):

Research Assistant – Flow Cytometry and Serology

Responsibilities :

Reporting to the Laboratory Manager and working closely with Principal Scientists, the Research Assistant will work within a team focusing on the characterization of the cellular (ELISPOT and various flow cytometry assays such as phenotyping of PBMC, detection of intra-cellular cytokines, etc) and of the humoral (ELISA, Luminex, viral neutralization tests, etc) immune response.

Tasks include :

  • Perform immunoassays according to current standard operating procedures;
  • Participate to the writing and/or to the review of method SOP and worksheets;
  • Manage reagents inventories and orders;
  • Participate to the technical management of the laboratory;
  • Perform work according to internal quality standards, apply relevant Quality System procedures and participate to the continuous improvement of Quality documents;
  • Attend relevant internal training activities;
  • Depending on the experience level of the candidate, additional tasks may include:
    • Act as a leader in the laboratory for specific studies;
    • Work with the Principal Scientist to prepare experimental plans needed for the conduct of immune monitoring assays;
    • Participate in the development and qualification/validation of complex methods;
    • Participate in experiment planning and problem solving.
Profile :

The applicant must hold a bachelor degree or a master’s degree (or the equivalent) in a life science discipline such as biology, medical biology or biochemistry/biotechnology and demonstrate a relevant laboratory experience. Theoretical and practical knowledge of techniques related to cellular and humoral immunology is required. Experience in cell culture and handling infectious materials in BL2+ environment is an asset.

The applicant must :

  • Demonstrate excellent organisational skills.
  • Demonstrate schedule adaptability and flexibility.
  • Be willing to actively participate to the generation, the implementation and the continuous improvement of laboratory processes.
  • Be willing to work in a Quality environment (ISO17025, GCLP, GMP) and apply good documentation procedures (GDP).
  • Be functional in French (spoken and written) and have a functional knowledge of written English. Knowledge spoken English is an asset.
Offer :
  • Full time permanent contract, with possibility of rapid start.
  • Diversified tasks and responsibilities and interesting projects.
  • A professional, dynamic and stimulating work environment.
  • Training and development opportunities.
  • A competitive salary package including benefits, adapted to your experience and the context.

Head of Pharma Development - Bio-Pharma/Biotech - Mont-Saint-Guibert

A-MANSIA is a biotech company focusing on microbiome therapeutics addressing human health issues like obesity and related disorders. The mission of A-MANSIA is to provide innovative solutions based on microbiome therapeutics.

Based in Mont-Saint-Guibert (30km from Brussels) and reinforced by its 21 million euros fundraising success, A-Mansia is searching for a dynamic and enthusiastic person to strengthen the team. For more information about the company and the technology, please contact us via recruitment@pahrtners.be.

A-Mansia offers a French, Dutch and English-speaking environment, culturally diversified and located in the heart of Europe, in Belgium, within easy reach of several European Capitals. To strengthen the team in Mont-Saint-Guibert, we’re looking for an (m/f):

Head of Pharma Development

As a “Head of Pharma”, you lead the company’s therapeutic protein development program(s) from preclinical to clinical stages. Reporting to the CEO, you are responsible for strategic initiatives to bring our very promising investigational product to clinical proof of concept by combining internal and external resources.

Your main responsibilities are as follows:
  • Lead A-Mansia’s pharmaceutical development and manage its drugs development portfolio.
  • Manage regulatory preclinical and early clinical development of company’s lead products.
  • Manage internal scientific team and external collaboration to achieve A-Mansia’s strategic results.
  • Participate in the crafting of business development messages and packaging of the scientific data in view of potential Pharma partnerships.
  • Promote innovation and interact with research teams (internal and external)
  • Be part of the COMEX, which requires offering help and advice on all of the company’s projects and strategic questions, and report to Board of Directors on the strategic development of operations
Profile:
  • You are Ph.D, DVM or MD with at least 10 years of experience in pharma development.
  • You have an experience and expertise in protein development as IMPD.
  • You have already led ‘translational’ development program(s) from preclinical to early clinical stages.
  • You are recognized as a pragmatic and result driven manager and you look for a hands-on position in a cutting-edge scientific field.
  • Knowledge of the microbiota field would be a plus.
  • Rigorous, detail-oriented, autonomous, committed and flexible.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills in English and French. The command of Dutch is a plus.
  • Strong team spirit and excellent interpersonal skills
Offer:
  • A strategic and leading position with a high potential innovative and young biotech company
  • To work in a human-sized, collaborative and respectful environment
  • To take part in a challenging and cutting-edge development program
  • An attractive compensation package in line with the position’s responsibilities and your experience.