Join a team of committed, enthusiastic scientists devoted to making the most effective, life-saving cell therapy products in the world.
Working With Us
As a part of Universal Cells, you will have the opportunity to grow your career at a cutting-edge biotech company located in Seattle.
- We strive for excellence and high standards, with rigorous science at the core of our work.
- We cultivate focus, speed and efficiency and pride ourselves on, fairness, mutual respect and accountability.
- We nurture a positive, fun work environment, where collaborative teamwork and open communication are appreciated and fostered.
Benefits & Rewards
- Competitive Pay & Comprehensive Benefits Package
- Vacation, Holidays & Sick Time
- Paid Volunteer Time-Off
- 401(k) Savings with Company Match and Annual Contribution
- Financial Wellness Programs
- Tuition Reimbursement
- Collaborative Environment
- Stocked Breakroom
- State of the art facility upgrade in 2020
Working in Seattle
Current Job Openings
Facilities Engineering Manager
The Manager, Facility Engineering reports to the Director, Facilities and Operations and is responsible for execution of projects to change and improve building infrastructure, utility systems, equipment, and security. The position will also be responsible for managing key GMP programs such as calibration, maintenance, and lifecycle management within a well-developed quality system for clinical and commercialized manufacturing. The position will be actively involved in facility maintenance, construction, and renovation by providing design input and oversight of equipment and engineering activities. This position must be available for weekend and after-hours support, responding to alarms and equipment alerts related to lab environment.
Apr 30, 2021 | Description and Application
Research Associate II, Cell Editing
The primary purpose of the Research Associate II for Cell Editing is to support the generation of clinical-grade, gene-edited Universal Donor Cells in a controlled manufacturing environment. The Cell Editing Research Associate II will work as part of a team evaluating, planning, and executing all aspects of gene-editing and engineering of pluripotent stem cells. This position follows routine procedures, utilizes solid technical knowledge, understands administrative operations, and general troubleshooting. Will assist with complex laboratory operations and generate content for various documents and reports. Will be able to execute protocols with minimal guidance and will have the ability to summarize results with supervisory guidance.
Feb 19, 2021 | Description and Application
Manager/Senior Manager, Quality Assurance, Seattle, WA
The primary purpose of the Sr. Manager, Quality Assurance & Systems is to develop and oversee a wide variety of activities to ensure compliance with applicable regulatory requirements and Astellas Quality Objectives for high quality / compliant raw materials and early phase CTM products being developed, manufactured, tested, packaged, labeled and distributed. The department is responsible for developing, reviewing and approving Standard Operating Procedures, Batch Records, Process Support Documentation & Training Materials and with management guidance, develop and progress QA activities for the identification and resolution of critical issues through risk management This position will have opportunities to integrate compliance initiatives cross-functionally, provide ownership for internal processes and identify areas for quality improvements. Serves as QA representative on assigned project teams to provide direction regarding quality and compliance, to escalate compliance issues to management and to oversee completion of quality related action items.
Feb 18, 2021 | Description and Application
Research Associate I, Cell Editing
The primary purpose of the Research Associate I for Cell Editing is to support the generation of clinical-grade, gene-edited Universal Donor Cells in a controlled manufacturing environment. This entry-level Research Associate role will work as part of a team planning and executing all aspects of gene-editing and engineering of pluripotent stem cells. This position will be provided training to perform all required fundamental skills to include record keeping, aseptic technique/cell culture, general lab operations, equipment use and maintenance, and some troubleshooting. Will assist with basic laboratory operations, and will keep appropriate documentation, including lab notebooks, batch documentation and experimental summaries. May assist in preparing controlled documents and data summaries.
Oct 01, 2020 | Description and Application
Scientist I, Core Technologies, Analytics
The primary purpose of the Scientist I, Analytics for our Core Technologies Department is to contribute to the further molecular engineering of our gene edited Universal Donor Cells. This scientist will play a key role in the development of molecular and cellular assays to characterize our proprietary Universal Donor Cells.
Jul 21, 2020 | Description and Application