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Join a fast growing and leading biotech company in a new industry and shape the future of regenerative medicine. As part of an international team with exceptional and diverse academic as well as professional backgrounds you will quickly take over responsibility and develop yourself both professionally and personally. By working together with world leading experts in the field of stem cell research and regenerative medicine in a fast paced environment you will work at the cutting edge of innovation and help improve quality of life globally by translating science to patients’ benefit.

Life Sciences Research Associate (Houston, TX, USA)

Position Summary

As our Life Sciences Research Assistant, you should have an interest in the basic science of stem cells and molecular biology. Under the direction of the Chief Scientific Officer, you will assist in the conduct of research and preclinical studies involving adult human stem cells. This includes planning, conducting and directing a variety of experiments and assisting in daily activities for research projects. We are seeking a candidate interested in a full-time position (40 hours per week).


  • Provide experimental and technical support for ongoing research projects
  • Perform duties in accordance with general and/or specific plans
  • Assist in the design of laboratory experiments, techniques, and protocols
  • Process, organize and summarize data, reporting experiment results using a variety of scientific, word processing, spreadsheet or statistical software applications or program platforms
  • Prepare tissues, cell cultures, and perform other laboratory duties, such as the handling of human tissues
  • Assist in general laboratory operation, ensure the laboratory is prepared for experiments, perform related laboratory maintenance, such as maintaining and cleaning equipment and assisting with monitoring and stocking supplies, prepare stock solutions and other reagents
  • Collect and analyze data from experimental procedures
  • Document and organize experimental results
  • Prepare materials for submission to granting agencies and foundations
  • May instruct other staff and students in basic laboratory techniques


Qualifications and Skills
  • Master complex skills and techniques used in the laboratory
  • Familiar with routine laboratory procedures and experimental protocols
  • Proficient computer skills (include, but not limited to Microsoft Office)
  • Apply basic background and experience in science to the application of laboratory techniques, using judgment, analysis and evaluation
  • Read literature and confer with superiors regarding new procedures, and modify them according to the needs of the project
  • Learn new skills or technology


Experience and Education
  • Bachelor’s degree in a related field with 3 years of related experience of master’s degree in a related field with 1 year of related research
  • Experience in a lead research role


Please e-mail your resume to or contact us at any time if you have questions.

Assistant Controller (Houston, TX, USA)

Position Summary

As our Assistant Controller you are responsible for general accounting, financial reporting, tax compliance, and the external audit process. You will prepare monthly and annual financial reports in accordance with US GAAP and oversee Accounts Receivable / Payable, Fixed Assets, and General Ledger functions. The position is based in our Houston office and reports to our CFO.


Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Responsible for all accounting aspects including General Ledger, cash management, financial statements, A/P, A/R, financial accuracy of inventory and cost accounting, equity awards, etc.
  • Lead and manage month-end closing activities, including bank account reconciliation, preparation/review of various JE’s and cost center assignments, and distribution of cost center reports and financial statements
  • Prepare financial statements according to US GAAP including consolidation of financials for our European subsidiaries
  • Coordinate or assist with the annual budget and monthly forecasting process
  • Analyze and provide meaningful commentary around cost centers variances to budget and forecast
  • Work closely with external tax advisors and preparers to collect and remit sales tax, and file state, local and federal tax returns
  • Manage the annual audit process and serve as primary liaison for our external auditors
  • Design, implement, and maintain appropriate policies, processes and internal controls to enable accurate and timely financial reporting compliant with US GAAP accounting standards, applicable tax laws and regulatory requirements
  • Proactively seek out opportunities to implement improved processes, systems and workflows to allow accounting infrastructure to scale
  • Work with IT consultants on all software / data and hardware issues impacting productivity of staff
  • Lead ad hoc Finance projects as needed




Required qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Finance, or a related field
  • Minimum three (3) years of hands on accounting and reporting with US GAAP
  • Strong knowledge of accounting principles and ability to accurately apply and use financial and accounting concepts
  • Experience with cost accounting and inventory valuation
  • Advanced working knowledge of Microsoft Excel (Pivot Tables, Index/Match formulas, financial modeling, etc.). Experience with other Microsoft Office programs (Word, PowerPoint, Outlook, etc.)
  • Extensive experience with ERP and reporting systems required
  • Hands-on, ambitious candidate who is interested in joining a small company with big growth plans
  • Ability to perform work with considerable independence under minimal direction, i.e. exercise judgment and make decisions independently
  • Excellent critical thinking as well as analytical skills
  • High attention to detail


Preferred qualifications

  • Public Accounting (BIG 4) experience preferred
  • CPA preferred
  • Experience with audits preferred
  • Knowledge in dealing with global operations and in preparation of a multinational consolidation preferred
  • Experience working in medical device company preferred
  • QuickBooks experience preferred


Please e-mail your resume to or contact us at any time if you have questions.

Finance, Accounting and Venture Capital Intern (Munich, Germany)

Position Summary

As one of our Finance Interns you will work together with our finance management team on various topics including accounting, controlling, financing and investor relations. You will play an important role in preparing financial statements, budgets and investor presentations. The position is available starting this summer and the minimum amount of time you should spend with us is two months.



Support our CFO in:

  • Setting up accounting and controlling systems
  • Preparing investor and board meetings
  • Preparing the next financing round



  • Convincing academic track record
  • Profound knowledge of Microsoft Office
  • Basic knowledge of finance and accounting
  • Work experience in the area of investment banking, venture capital, accounting or auditing
  • Excellent English language skills
  • Ability to work in an independent manner and willingness to take responsibility
  • Interest in science based entrepreneurship and venture capital
  • Ambitious goals for your own professional development
  • Creativity and entrepreneurial mindset
  • Team player and willing to go the extra mile


Please e-mail your resume to or contact us at any time if you have questions.