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We are constantly seeking researchers, laboratory staff and programmers or bioinformaticians who reach well beyond standards.

Currently, we are looking to fill the following positions:

Equipment Manager

Job Responsibilities:

Plays a vital role in the overall safety of the laboratory and supports laboratory staff by ensuring that the laboratory equipment is suitable for the day-to-day use in ligand binding, cell culture, and flow cytometry studies.

Job Duties:

  1. Familiar with the regulatory requirements specific to the laboratory equipment and ensures all users are in compliance.

  2. Participates in the design, evaluation, and procurement of equipment.

  3. Collaborates with users, quality assurance, and management to develop qualification / validation documentations that comply with SOP and regulatory requirements.

  4. Executes qualification / validation studies in accordance with authorized protocols and relevant SOPs.

  5. Maintains laboratory equipment by following operating instructions, troubleshoots breakdowns, performs preventative maintenance, and repairs laboratory equipment.

  6. Maintains laboratory equipment performance by establishing quality standards, developing operations, quality, and troubleshooting procedures.  Ensures employees compliance.

  7. Ensures that the validated state of equipment is maintained, and that any changes to equipment are controlled.

  8. Liaisons with service vendors to arrange equipment service, repairs /replacements.

  9. Documents information / activities in compliance with SOPs and regulations.

  10. Documents deviations and collaborates with study directors to assess impact of deviation.

  11. Resolves problems by examining, evaluating data, and selecting corrective steps.

  12. Develops, implements, and tracks equipment-related corrective and preventative actions (CAPAs) in collaboration with users, subject matter experts, quality assurance, and management.

  13. Writes, updates, and communicates laboratory equipment SOPs and other related documents.

Requested skills:

  1. Minimum Requirements: DEC

  2. Minimum 3 years of experience in of practical equipment validation, maintenance, and repair in a bioanalytical GLP setting with strong record of achievement.

  3. Experience maintaining equipment in GLP, GMP, or ISO 15189 environments.

  4. Practical experience in computer system validation projects.

  5. Solid laboratory equipment knowledge.

  6. Ability to comprehend and apply regulatory requirements.

  7. Ability to collaborate effectively with various groups and commitment to teamwork.

  8. Ability to effectively organize and prioritize workload.

  9. Results-oriented and customer focused.

  10. Highly energetic, self-motivated, and team-player.

  11. Excellent interpersonal skills.

  12. Ability to lead without authority.

  13. Strong computer literacy with typical office productivity software (spreadsheets, email, web / internet).

  14. Proficiency in French (oral and written) and English (oral and written).

Study Director

Job Responsibilities:

As a member of the study team, the Study Director partners with other study directors for the method development and management of the subsequent studies in immunology.  The Study Director is the single point of study control and has the overall responsibility for study design, adherence to applicable regulatory requirements, technical conduct, interpretation and reporting of study results.

Job Duties:

  1. Responsible for the planning, management, and execution of immunology research programs, more specifically with cell based assays, for research and production (e.g. proliferation, cytotoxicity, immune checkpoint characterization, cell activation and immunoprofiling/phenotyping).  The candidate may also be required to develop and perform various ligand binding assays including immunogenicity assays for ADA detection).

  2. Performs experiments in the laboratory and generates all required documentation.

  3. Assumes the role of resource scientist for immunological method set-up and development.

  4. Oversees the planning and progress of studies and projects under his/her responsibility.

  5. Ensures that all study-related data is appropriately maintained and archived.

  6. Conducts effective scientific communication with the sponsors.


Requested skills:

  1. Minimum Requirements: M.Sc. with a minimum of 5 years of experience or Ph.D. with a minimum of 2 years of experience in immunology or related field.

  2. Mandatory experience in primary cell culture, FACS, ELISA and various immunological methods including molecular biology, and Flow Cytometry.

  3. Advanced knowledge and understanding of GLPs with a minimum of 2 years of experience in a GLP environment.

  4. Experience in writing SP, SOPs, and Reports.

  5. Effective leader with strong ability to motivate and inspire others.

  6. Solid scientific knowledge and capable of conducting scientific presentations and discussion of data with external customers.

  7. Project management skills, preferably in CRO.

  8. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.

  9. Highly motivated to exceed expectations of customers and the company.

  10. Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously and adapt to changing priorities.

  11. Excellent data analysis and interpretation skills.

  12. Seeking a career path with the potential growth of the company.

  13. Bilingual (French and English), Fluency in oral and written communication in English.

Data Reviewer

Job Responsibilities:

To ensure the quality of analytical test data from ligand binding assays as well as other types of assays. This involves thorough review of laboratory data prior to release of test results to ensure compliance with GLPs, SOPs and regulatory requirements.

Job Duties:

  1. Perform full review of raw material and in-process experimental forms
  2. Review will include verification of calculations, document versions, supporting experimental data entry, and raw data, processed data and tables.

  3. Comparison of results to specifications.

  4. Review of standards and reagent preparation logs.

  5. Review of processed data and tables.

  6. Review of instrumentation logs.

  7. Assist in the development of review of procedures and checklists.

  8. Updating status log of documents to be reviewed.

  9. Copying, filing, scanning documents as required.


Requested skills:

  1. Minimum Requirements: B. Sc. in Immunology, Biochemistry, or Biology or related scientific degree or relevant experience.

Are you interested ? Don't hesitate to send us your application at:

5ième étage, bureau SB-5658
141, avenue du Président-Kennedy, 
Montréal, Québec, Canada

We thank all applicants. Only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

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