Not every biochemical engineer has an opportunity to make a global impact for good. Those at Ivy Farm certainly do. Food is the second largest contributor to climate change. You’ll be part of a highly skilled bioprocessing team of six, and part of our community of some 40 scientists; one that’s on a mission to create the world’s best guiltfree, sustainable meat. And the meat we make is cultivated meat. It is just like real meat, only made differently.
You’re already an established biochemical engineer with a degree or PhD in chemical engineering, biochemical engineering, or biotechnology, who is working in a commercial organisation and helping deliver the scale-up of bioreactor processes. You’ll be working with mammalian cells in bench scale bioreactors and above, and have experience in running and optimising processes in fed-batch and perfusion. But you’re now ready for something a bit different; and something that can make a real difference too.
Salary: £DOE + Bonus + Excellent Benefits Package
We’re an innovative bunch, with a can-do attitude and one that’s unafraid to think differently. We also have projects targets, compliance expectations and – as in any fast-growing business – sometimes competing priorities. That’ll be something you’ve not just seen before but something that you relish. We’ll be looking to you to share you expertise and experience with your team.
We also realise this may well be your first venture into cultivated meat – and that’s absolutely fine – we’ve great team that’ll be excited to help you to get to grips with that too. If you have experience of PFD, P&IDs HAZOP, CAD (Autodesk) and Design of Experiment software (DoE) software that’d be great too.
So if you’re ready to join an emerging and ground breaking industry, that’s both able to think differently and actively looking to do so - and one where you can make a difference to animal well-being and sustainability - then we’re waiting to hear from you.
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