Principal Protein Scientist
$150,000 - $190,000
Seattle, WA, USA

At SciPro, we're thrilled to collaborate with one of Seattle's most promising biotech startups. With a track record of success, including a major partnership with an industry giant, our client is now embarking on an exciting new project within the Immuno-Oncology space.

We're seeking a dynamic Principal Protein Scientist to join the team, ready to dive in and make an immediate impact.

This role entails both managerial and technical duties, offering a unique opportunity to work closely with department heads to spearhead the team's strategy and vision.

To be successful in this role, this individual must be a subject matter expert in the purification and characterization of protiens (antibodies/mammalian cells) as this role will drive the team strategy and lead a group of highly experienced scientists. This is a highly visible position that promises to be both challenging and rewarding.


  • Bachelor's or Master's with 10+ years of relevant experience, or Ph.D. with 5+ years of experience in protein biologics development.
  • Must be a Subject Matter expert in Protein Purification (antibodies, Fc-fusion and bispecific - like formats).
  • Must have held at least 2 to 3 direct report
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills, with the ability to convey complex scientific concepts effectively.
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