Scientist Chemistry and Application

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Who we are
Olink Proteomics is a rapidly growing life science company committed to advancing the understanding of human diseases through proteomics. We are dedicated to innovation, quality, rigor and transparency, providing outstanding solutions and support for human protein biomarker discovery.
The vital role of proteins in understanding human biology has been recognized for many decades, but technological limitations severely restricted the comprehensive investigation of the huge number of proteins that could be important in different biological processes and diseases. With Olink, scientists can now simultaneously measure thousands of human proteins using just a few uL of blood sample, with highly specific, thoroughly validated assays that cover a very wide dynamic range (fg/mL to ug/mL).
In a few years, Olink has grown rapidly from a small, Sweden-based company offering assays for a few hundred proteins, to a NASDAQ-listed organization with a strong global presence, a broad portfolio of flexible protein biomarker solutions and library of high quality, thoroughly validated assays that covers ~5400 proteins.
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Position Description
Olink Proteomics continues to grow, and we are now seeking a Scientist to join our R&D team with a focus on conjugation chemistries and technical development for our antibody-based protein detection methods. The Chemistry & Application team works with developing technical solutions for new products as well as improving existing products. The work is performed as projects where one or several projects are run in parallel. The role is based in our Uppsala headquarter.
Primary responsibilities
Evaluation of novel conjugation techniques for high-multiplex antibody-based protein detection methods.
Characterization of oligo-conjugated antibodies with qPCR and NGS read out methods.
Design and evaluate molecular methods.
Plan and perform laboratory experiments to validate and optimize protocols and technical solutions.
Data analysis of experimental related data.
Documenting results in technical reports.

Ph.D. from the Life Science area.
Strong background in organic chemistry or biochemistry.
Deep knowledge in molecular biology, with focus in nucleic acid and antibody structure and function.
Experience with conjugation and linker chemistries and methods for attaching targeting ligands to oligonucleotides.
Experience from method development especially experience with multiplex assay development is highly desirable.
Experience from molecular techniques such as NGS, qPCR and PCR is desirable.
Well documented experience from lab work.
Experience of working in projects.

To succeed in this role, we believe that you are committed, driven and solution oriented. You are thorough and analytical, and you have experience in tackling complex analytical workflows. You are a team player that can work with many personalities; hence you have excellent teamwork and communication skills. It is also important that you have a positive attitude to challenges and can adjust to changed circumstances.
Please submit your resume and a cover letter detailing your relevant experience and why you are the ideal candidate for this position. The last day for applying is on the 28th of July but please submit your application as soon as possible. The selection process is always ongoing but due to the upcoming summer holidays, you can expect that the interview process will not start until mid August. We thank you for your understanding.

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