Seattle Genetics is building a world-class immune oncology team and is seeking a highly motivated and innovative scientist with significant experience in immunology to join our team. In particular we are seeking an individual who has a high level of competency studying the innate arm of the immune system in order to help further develop our innovative pipeline. The successful candidate will be a scientific innovator who drives scientific excellence and rigor, to develop and advance cutting-edge therapeutics from concept to clinical testing.
- Specifically, the candidate will need to identify unique tumor-specific micro-environmental cues that impact immune cell infiltrate function, differentiation and trafficking using a variety of tools including molecular, cellular, and biochemical techniques, as well as, systems immunology, and bioinformatics
- The qualified candidate will be a creative individual that possesses substantial in vitro and in vivo experience studying the biology of both human and murine innate immune cells, preferably in the context of the tumor environment
- The position requires experience with a breadth of human/mouse immunological assays and datasets including flow cytometry, ELISA, IHC, genomics and functional assays
- The candidate should be able to work independently, and demonstrate the ability to contribute to projects outside their own. They will keep up-to-date in the literature related to their area of expertise and act as an expert resource within the immunology and research team
- A Ph.D degree and 3+ years post-doctoral experience in cellular and/or tumor immunology with a focus on the innate immune system
- A proven track record in the field of immunology/tumor immunology, as evidenced by a robust publication record
- Extensive experience with primary immune cells of rodent and/or human origin as well as a comprehensive knowledge of the basics of innate immunology
- Proficiency in multi-color flow cytometry is essential
- Demonstrated experience independently designing and executing in vitro and in vivo experiments focused on understanding the cellular and molecular mechanisms that modulate the innate immune response against foreign or tumor-associated antigens
- Demonstrated creativity and novel approaches to solving scientific problems
- Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to interact effectively with people, internally and externally. Excellent oral and written communication
- Industry experience desired but not required
Seattle Genetics is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applications will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, protected veteran status, or disability status.