Current Opportunities

ProImmune is an international life-science company headquartered in Oxford, UK, providing a unique range of products and services in the field of immunology research with our customers including many leading pharmaceutical, biotechnology and academic centers of excellence around the world.

Our package includes an attractive salary, commensurate with qualifications and experience, performance-related bonus, pension scheme and private health insurance.

For opportunities based in the UK, if you are not a British citizen you need to have a valid UK work permit or the right to work within the UK. For opportunities based in the USA, if you are not a US citizen you need to have a Green Card.

To apply for any of the roles listed below, please send your CV (resumé) and detailed covering letter, preferably by email to:

or alternatively, by mail to:

Human Resources
ProImmune Limited
The Magdalen Centre
Oxford Science Park
Robert Robinson Avenue
Oxford OX4 4GA

Please note that we will not consider applications that are not accompanied by a separate detailed cover letter that sets out at least why you believe you are qualified for the role, why you want to work for ProImmune and be based in the location stated for the role.

If you represent a recruitment agency, read our policy for applications from recruitment agencies.

Laboratory Assistant (Cellular Services)
Postdoctoral Immunology Sales Specialist (North America)

Laboratory Assistant (Cellular Services)
Location: Oxford, UK
Closing date: Open until filled

Reference: LT1-18

We are seeking an enthusiastic and self-motivated Laboratory Assistant to join our Cellular Services team. The successful candidate will be involved in carrying out our unique range of cellular assays involving flow cytometry, intracellular cytokine staining, and ELISPOT analysis.

Ideal candidates should be degree-qualified in Biochemistry or a similar biological science discipline, coupled with good hands-on experience in tissue culture. In addition preference will be given to applicants who have experience in cellular techniques such as flow cytometry, or protein analysis techniques such as ELISA. Prior experience of working to GxP regulatory standards would also be an advantage. You must have excellent organisation and time-management skills and an aptitude for quality and precision work.

Postdoctoral Immunology Sales Specialist (North America)

Location: US East Coast or Midwest
Closing date: Open until filled
Reference: JF3-18

We are seeking a highly motivated Postdoctoral Immunology Sales Specialist based on the US East Coast or Midwest and working from home, to join our Sales & Marketing team to be responsible for one of our United States territories.

You will:

  • manage the sales process for accounts across your territory
  • carry out visits to key prospects and customer accounts to develop and close sales, as well as to determine market trends, novel technical applications and product development  / collaborative opportunities
  • attend and carry out formal presentations at immunology exhibitions and conferences to promote our products and services
  • identify and develop new and existing sales opportunities and respond to customer enquiries
  • demonstrate leadership with an ability to constructively challenge our customers’ thinking
  • work with our customers to structure solutions for them based on our products and services that best address their often complex and multi-faceted needs
  • carry out sales analysis and contribute to the development and execution of the annual sales plan
  • work closely with other members of the sales and customer service team world-wide

Education/experience/skills required:

  • Ph.D. and at least a bachelor’s degree in Immunology, Biochemistry or similar subject
  • good understanding of molecular and cellular immunology and protein biochemistry
  • 1-2 years of experience in sales or at least a customer-facing role, ideally for biotech products or services

We are searching for a candidate who has the ability to creatively and proactively identify and develop sales opportunities around projects that often have complex requirements in organizations with multiple stakeholders. In addition, you will demonstrate outstanding verbal and written communication skills, an ability to adapt to different business cultures and have a self-starting attitude, be able to manage your time effectively and have a natural enthusiasm. Although this position will require moderate travel (up to 30%) it will mainly be home-office based. This position will involve an initial 2 – 4 week training period in the UK requiring a passport. If you are not a US citizen you need to have a Green Card. In return we offer a competitive salary and commission, commensurate with experience, 401(k) plan and cash contribution towards healthcare cover.