(Junior) Research Scientist

About the company

SentryX is a spin-off of the UMC Utrecht and develops a local non-opioid solution for pain after musculoskeletal surgery. We are a young and dynamic start up consisting of a small team of 14 people and are growing fast. We are looking for a skilled (Junior) Research Scientist to help us in the lab in developing our exciting new product. Have you always wanted to work for a dynamic startup? You might be the person we are looking for!

About the position

As (Junior) Research Scientist, you are the hero in our lab who delivers solid data and methods to ensure that our invention quickly finds its way to the patient. You work on the development of new formulations and their characterization, using various analytical techniques such as HPLC and other chromatography methods, spectrophotometry, and electrophoresis.
After joining an enthousiastic team of specialists, you will be helping us by performing experiments to improve our product, finetune our production steps and develop analytical methods for QC testing.

About you

You are an enthusiastic person that enjoys working on a wide variety of topics. You enjoy standing in the lab doing experiments and are able to MacGyver whatever you need to get the job done. You are curious, structured, precise and committed to creating solid data that we can use to get our product to the market.
You have at least 1 year of experience in a laboratory setting and have Master degree in chemistry, phamacy, life science or similar education. You have affinity with analytical chemistry on the characterization of pharmaceutical formulations and like to work in a team full of enthusiastic people.
Professional proficiency in English is required for this position.

Do you like working on a game-changer in post operative pain treatment, or like more information about this vacancy? Send an email to vacatures@sentryx.nl.

We offer

  • Good salary
  • Flexible hours
  • Team spirit
  • Challenge
  • Medical/ Society impact
  • Learning and personal growth
  • Bureaucracy
  • Boring