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Associate Scientist Analytical Development (all genders)

Pfizer employees around the world work together to improve the health of every individual everywhere. While we develop medicines and medical products and expand our business globally, we are always looking for new talents. We are currently looking for highly qualified candidates as
 

Responsibilities
In your new role, you will …

  • Support development and optimization of analytical methods for characterization of vaccines 
  • Support evaluation of a clinical study 
  • Support process development
  • Work in a matrix environment with local and global teams including members of analytical development, quality control and production
  • Present scientific data at internal meetings 
  • Contribute to the development of new technologies

Requirements

  • MTA, BTA, Dipl. Ing. (FH) or B.Sc. in relevant field (e.g. Biology, Microbiology, Biotechnology) 
  • Experience in cell culture, virological and immunological assays
  • Independent, well-organized and proactive work style 
  • Ability to manage projects and prioritize tasks within projects
  • Excellent presentation and technical writing skills – fluency in English and German
  • Ability to comfortability drive results on your own or in a team 

Your Benefits

  • Diverse career and development opportunities in a large international company
  • Comprehensive health promotion
  • A 24h accident insurance
  • Flexible working hours (exception shift work)
  • Staff restaurant
  • A free shuttle bus, which is available several times a day in both directions between the Donauzentrum in Vienna and the Orth an der Donau site (connection to underground lines 1 and 2).
  • The opportunity to become socially involved as part of Corporate Volunteering
  • An open, respectful corporate culture

We offer an attractive salary package in line with your qualification, experience and individual competencies. The base pay is composed of a market oriented excess payment and the respective amount according to the Austrian collective agreement (at least 36 433.04 € gross per year/full-time).