Working at Pure Biologics

As Pure Biologics continues to develop, we also search for new talent to join us.

During its decade of operation, Pure Biologics has built a team of experts in fields ranging from biotechnology, protein engineering, molecular biology, biophysical analysis, cell biology and antibody and aptamer discovery. A majority of our staff has international experience and have authored numerous scientific publications. Our team of specialists lies at the heart of both our internal R&D efforts, as well as our contracted research efforts. Together, we are certain that no particular challenge is insurmountable for our teams.

Recruitment

Recruitment
advertisement
1

Always published on our website and on external portals. You can also send an unsolicited application.

Applications
selection
2

For the required skills and profile match to find the best candidates.

Phone
call
3

With selected candidates and for certain positions, during which we talk about the most important skills.

Interview
4

Personal or remote with selected candidates to assess competencies. Sometimes we ask you to solve a problem.

Feedback
5

Always provided regardless of the result of the recruitment process. Sometimes you have to wait a while for it.

Adaptation
6

Supporting a new employee and helping them find out about our company and new responsibilities.

Internships and co-ops

We support junior scientists in gaining industry experience, especially all who have acquired their basic biotechnology training and are convinced that working at a biotech company is their professional goal. Internships and co-op training in our company involves working under the supervision of experts. We encourage and invite all motivated individuals who are interested in further skill and career development to contact us. Recruitment continues throughout the year, according to the particular needs of the different research groups and other departments. Internships and co-ops can be either paid or unpaid, depending on the type and duration of work involved.

Student Internships

Student internships require active enrollment and status as a university student. An internship ends, at latest, on the final day of graduation. Interns are covered, either by a direct contract with Pure Biologics, or by a contract between the university and Pure Biologics or a trilateral contract prepared by the university.

Graduate Internships

Graduate internships require that a person has finished at least secondary school education, and at the start of internship, is under 30 years of age. In total, an internship period cannot last longer than 3 months.

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