Careers at AskBio
Let’s make history together
AskBio is a world-leading gene therapy company with unrivaled technology and a promising therapeutic pipeline, making us an exciting place full of promise, discovery and advancement. We are a fast-growing, patient-focused team that embraces collaboration, creative thinking and groundbreaking science to change lives.
When you live an AskLife™, you join a team that embraces meaningful values to ensure our success.
Our headquarters are in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, with European offices and facilities in Edinburgh, Scotland, and San Sebastián, Spain.
A benefits package worthy of our mission
We come to work each day for a purpose greater than the job itself. For that reason, we offer employee benefits that reflect the importance of our work and the quality and skill of our people.
- Collaborative and inclusive culture
- Health, dental and vision insurance
- 401(k) plan with company match
- Health and dependent care flexible spending account
- Life insurance
- Short- and long-term disability insurance
- 4 weeks of paid time off
- 10 paid company holidays
- 5 days annual sick leave
- Business casual
- Career advancement
- On-site gym and beautiful walking paths
*Above are U.S.-based benefits. European-based employee benefits are defined within the job posting.
Start living an AskLife™
We love what we do and wake up every day motivated by a much larger purpose to change lives and erase genetic disease.
We bring decades of experience in discovery and gene therapy development – from the bench to the bedside – that we want to share with the world.
We are not afraid of the impossible and continuously innovate to make gene therapies accessible to all those in need.
Driven by excellence and achievement, we have an unrivaled end-to-end gene therapy platform with foundational discoveries essential to the industry.
We are humbled by the enormity of our mission and its meaning to families. We hold a relentless commitment to advance science and clinical outcomes.
The right candidate is a customer-focused IT leader who can manage our network and corporate IT (including network, server, storage and helpdesk) and deliver excellent performance and reliability. He/she will also need experience as an information security professional who can plan and develop our security strategy to ensure confidentiality, integrity and availability of data and ensure compliance with laws and regulations such as HIPAA and GDPR.
This senior-level role will report to the Chief Technology Officer and provide technical, operational and strategic leadership and expertise in the development, tech transfer, manufacturing support and CMC operations of rAAV gene therapy products. S/he will serve as the head of the rAAV vector process and analytical development organization, which includes cell culture development, purification development, formulation development and analytical development.
We are adding a Clinical Study Manager (CSM) to our clinical team to provide oversight and risk management for our clinical research activities. The CSM will verify that the rights and well-being of human subjects are protected, trial data is accurate, complete and verifiable, and that our trials are conducted in compliance with all applicable regulatory requirements.
The rapid and continued advancement of our therapeutic programs has led us to seek a Senior Vice President, Global Regulatory Affairs to lead and guide our critical regulatory strategy. As a partner to the company’s executive team, reporting to the CEO, this new role will develop and provide strategic leadership for our growing business and ensure operational excellence across all aspects of the regulatory affairs function.
We have an opportunity for a Research Associate, Molecular Biology to join our Translational Medicine team. This role will be a key laboratory member with the opportunity to learn and contribute to the development of immunogenicity assays in support of our gene therapy programs.
We are seeking a Research Associate, Immunology to join our Translational Medicine team. This role will be a key laboratory member and have an opportunity to learn and contribute to the development of immunogenicity assays in support of our gene therapy programs.
We are seeking a Developmental Neurobiologist to join our Edinburgh team to lead global projects with commercial and academic partners. This role will apply a background in neuro-developmental biology to create novel gene control solutions from concept through to preclinical studies.
We have several open positions for a Scientist – Molecular/Cellular Biology to join the rapidly expanding platform R&D team at our European headquarters in Edinburgh, UK, to develop the next generation of gene therapy treatments. The ideal candidates will have a good grounding in molecular and cellular biology with knowledge of gene transcription and control mechanisms surrounding gene regulation.
We are seeking a Manufacturing Technician/Scientist for our European headquarters in Edinburgh, UK, with experience in recombinant protein, virus or biologic manufacture in an industrial setting. This role primarily involves the production and purification of virus from mammalian cells.
We have a job opportunity available for a bioinformatician at our European headquarters in Edinburgh, UK, to join our established, multi-disciplined team incorporating software, bioinformatics, machine learning and biology.
Equal Opportunity Employer
Asklepios BioPharmaceutical, Inc. (AskBio) is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, veteran status or any other protected status prohibited under Federal, State or local laws. All employment decisions are based on valid job‐related requirements.
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