Proteomics Expert

Life Sciences at TTP

TTP’s Life Sciences team is on a mission to improve healthcare. Working at the intersection of biology, physical science and engineering we invent, design and manufacture products and technologies in areas including (but not limited to) cell therapies, point of care diagnostics, high-throughput drug discovery, molecular detection, DNA sequencing and cancer screening.

Multidisciplinary teams of scientists, engineers and designers collaborate to realise the most ambitious challenges set by our clients; global market leaders, as well as exciting technology start- and scale ups.


The newly formed Omics team provides a core focus for TTP’s activities in genomics, proteomics and future omics. We are looking to build upon a decade of TTP experience working with some of the most exciting start-ups in this field, including developing tools for sequencing, sample extraction and library preparation.

Exploring and creating our own novel IP, TTP are innovating across the Omics field from spatial biology and single cell analytics to novel approaches in RNA, DNA and protein sequencing. We are looking for a Proteomics Consultant, to not only deliver our clients’ vision, but also our own new and enabling technologies; deepening human understanding from fundamental biology to the cutting edge of diagnostic tools.

The role

As a Proteomics Consultant, you will be working alongside specialists from diverse fields to deliver technically challenging projects that straddle the boundary between engineering, physical and biological sciences. Embedded in the Omics team, you will be enabling the development of cutting-edge research tools and diagnostics. This will involve complex systems integration including liquid handling and consumable design.

In this role you will be given a high degree of ownership in developing solutions in a technically challenging product development environment, liaising directly with clients. This is an excellent opportunity to expand your expertise and contribute to a wide variety of projects across all of Life Sciences.


An excellent academic record with a 2:1 or above undergraduate degree in Biochemistry or a related field. A Ph.D in protein-related research is also desirable.
Hands-on experience developing innovative products in a commercial environment
Experience of using or developing proteomic reagents in an R&D environment
Capability to work collaboratively with interdisciplinary colleagues
Excellent communication skills, and comfortable in a client-facing role
A practical understanding of product development in a regulated industry (e.g. ISO13485) would be beneficial but is not essential
Project leadership experience would be an advantage but is not essential.

Application Instructions: 

You can apply for the role here:

Application Closing Date: 
9 December 2022