Basic Qualifications: Ph.D., M.D., D.V.M.. in Immunology or related field plus at least 2-5 years of experience (min 2 years for Investigator II and 5 years for Investigator I).
Salary Range: $75k – 110k per year, bonus eligible
Benefits Package: Inimmune offers a competitive benefits package which includes health, dental and vision insurance; 401k program with matching and incentive stock options (ISOs) for employees
An Investigator position in Immunology is available immediately at Inimmune Corp, as part of an interactive multidisciplinary research team focused on the discovery and development of novel immunotherapeutics and vaccine adjuvants. This is an excellent opportunity to join a world-class multidisciplinary research & development team that is well funded and has strong connections in both academia and industry. Inimmune is a thriving new company founded in 2016 with 31 total full-time or part time employees. We are looking for highly motivated candidates with a strong working knowledge of Immunology with a focus in cancer biology and immuno-oncology. This Investigator will work to complete exciting R&D work on novel immunotherapeutics for cancer and allergy, autoimmunity and other early stage research projects. This Investigator will be expected to supervise multiple direct reports and lead project teams as needed. The position involves full-time research and the appointee will have the freedom, and will be expected, to patent/publish the results of their research.
Previous experience in determining efficacy and mechanisms of novel IO therapeutics in in vitro and in vivo tumor models is preferred as is expertise in flow cytometry and/or fluorescence microscopy. Experience in molecular biology, biochemistry, toxicology and/or cell biology (signaling, receptor/ligand interactions) is also a plus. Applicant must be able to work independently and as part of a larger project team to design, execute, and interpret experiments that contribute to the advancement of novel vaccines and immunotherapeutics. Candidates should have excellent communication, writing and leadership skills for this position.
The appointee is expected to be both highly independent and collaborative, working within a multidsiciplinary team and within budget constraints to successfully complete projects to meet company goals. S/he will have significant leeway in the scope and design of projects. A key requirement is that the individual have the ability to see intellectually and technically complex projects through to their conclusion, which will involve developing methodological approaches and reviewing, analyzing, and interpreting scientific data and results from the project. Autonomy and the ability to exhibit independent decision making, as well as the ability to collaboratively review and refine experimental design and approach, is expected in designing and implementing strategies for achieving company research and development goals.
In addition to experimental work, the appointee will write papers for publication based on research, compose project reports and contribute to grant/contract applications as necessary; present at seminars and national meetings; network and meet with scientific leaders at other companies and universities; and participate in research group/project team meetings that may include oral and/or written reports. The applicant will be expected to supervise research personnel including staff, undergraduate and/or graduate students, providing training and guidance with regard to specific techniques and technology.
The applicant may assist junior scientists, students/interns in their research efforts, acting as a resource and a mentor. This requires excellent communication and teaching skills and thorough knowledge of the technical aspects of the various scientific procedures to be conducted.