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We are looking for a an experienced IT Manager who can maintain and expand our computer systems. The ideal candidate will be able to manage our computer systems, while looking for ways to grow our IT practice in a cost-effective way to meet future business needs. The IT Manager will be responsible for developing network maintenance and growth plans, creating annual and project budgets, managing the IT staff and keeping the executive team up to date on the latest networking technologies that could help the company to succeed.
We are seeking a highly motivated Research Associate to join a group of researchers evaluating novel targets for therapies in the field of cancer immunotherapy. The successful candidate will have a strong background in immunology, molecular biology and/or oncology research. He/She will work closely with discovery scientists to advance research stage programs into early clinical development, providing both scientific and technical expertise. The successful candidate is expected to have experience in a range of cell biology techniques including: multi-parameter flow cytometry, cell cultures and functional assay development; which is complemented by their experience in general molecular/biochemical methods. He/she is expected to design, plan and execute experiments both independently and as part of multidisciplinary team of researchers. The successful candidate will have the ability to interpret results, troubleshoot technical hurdles and propose solutions to the team. Excellent written and oral communication skills are required for this position.
The GCP QA Auditor will follow and oversee GCP audit programs. This candidate will be responsible in assisting defining the GCPaudit schedule to ensure external and internal entities (including GcLP laboratories) and contract organizations meet all defined regulatory requirements.
Agenus (Lexington, MA) is seeking a motivated Research Associate to join the Preclinical Research Group. The selected candidate will work as part of an integrated research team focused on discovering and validating novel T cell-based therapeutics. The candidate is expected to be a member of a highly collaborative research environment within Agenus and with our internal and external partners.
Agenus (Lexington, MA) is seeking a highly talented, innovative, and motivated scientist to join our Preclinical Research Group. The selected candidate will work as part of an integrated research team focused on discovering and validating novel immunotherapeutics.
The successful candidate is expected to work independently to design, execute, and interpret experiments. These experiments will contribute to the team's effort to create more potent immunotherapies. The candidate is expected to be a visible and vital member of a highly collaborative research environment within Agenus and with our internal and external partners. The candidate will have strong supervisory expertise and contribute to program development and prioritization.
Quality Computerized Systems Validation Engineer (CSVE) ensures compliance of systems across the enterprise according to the applicable regulations and the Agenus Quality System, advises on related CSV quality matters, and assists in closing compliance gaps found during audits and inspections.
The position will be responsible for the authoring, executing, reviewing and approval of validation documentation deliverables and work with Quality to approve system release and implementation.
We are seeking a highly motivated Scientist to join the Vaccine Research group (Cancer Immunology) at Agenus, Lexington, MA. A strong background in vaccine research in oncology or infectious disease as evidenced by peer reviewed publications is required for this position. The successful candidate will be responsible for evaluation of both personalized and non-personalized synthetic/recombinant, cancer vaccine candidates in animal models as stand-alone therapeutics and in combination with other immune modulating agents. Evaluation of the company’s existing adjuvants and exploration of other adjuvants will be an important component of this research. He/she will be expected to work independently, and to design, execute and interpret experiments in the collaborative global research environment at Agenus. He/she would be tasked with developing this research into novel therapeutic hypotheses, with an expectation that novel findings will be published in impactful journals.
Agenus is a pioneer in the emerging field of Immuno-oncology. For two decades, Agenus has been creating and advancing patient-specific anti-cancer vaccines in the effort to harness the power of the immune system to control or eradicate cancer. We now have a portfolio of innovative approaches that include checkpoint modulators, personalized anti-cancer vaccines and powerful adjuvants. We are dedicated scientists, researchers, biotechnologists, physicians, and businesspeople working together toward one goal: minimize the burden of cancers and infections by helping the body heal itself through the power of science. The work we do at Agenus is cutting edge and deeply motivating. We believe passionately in our technology, in our pipeline, and in our responsibility to deliver on the promise of immunology to treat cancer and infectious disease. Our environment fosters innovation and leadership at every level. We encourage people to think and dream big. We provide the opportunity to apply your many talents and develop your career in creative and sometimes unconventional ways. If you’re looking for an inspired environment, passionate colleagues, and a culture that nurtures learning, innovation and team success, we invite you to join us.