Working at Cell Medica

We strive to be the leading provider of cellular immunotherapy products for the treatment of blood- and solid cancers (oncology).  Our mission is to develop products and therapies that will transform the lives of patients.

Our products harness the natural power of the human immune system to fight cancer without the risk of severe side effects that come with conventional anti-viral drugs or chemotherapy.

As we grow, we are looking for people who share our passion and want to be part of an exceptional team who are working to unlock the full potential of this powerful new scientific technology. We know that it is only by having right people working together in the right environment, that we will achieve our goal.

Our Culture

Our culture is built on a foundation of innovation, dedication and curiosity. Everyone who works here is responsible for shaping our growing organization and creating an environment where collaboration can thrive.

Our inspiration comes from the pioneering work we do every day and what we know we’ll achieve in the future. We are committed to improving patient outcomes through state-of-the-art technology and the latest scientific insight.

Our Values

  • Our patients come first
  • Innovation guides our success
  • Respect and trust underpin our interactions
  • Tenacity and ambition drive our achievement
  • Ethics and integrity are central to our actions

Reward and development

To help Cell Medica continue to grow, we recognize and reward people who are prepared to stretch themselves and aspire to be even better.

Everyone has a shared responsibility for making our organization successful. To support this, we offer highly competitive salaries, a range of benefits and make sure everyone’s contribution is recognized.

We are a company that is doing things that simply have not been done before. That means we have extraordinary opportunities to develop your skills and gain entirely new ones. We believe in learning by doing and investing in our people by giving them support to develop in their role and freedom to collaborate with colleagues working in varied disciplines.


Quality Manager (UK)

Stevenage, United Kingdom

To manage and perform day to day QA activities at Cell Medica UK based sites. Contribute to establishing a Pharmaceutical Quality System (PQS) to enable compliant manufacture and testing of Advanced Therapeutic Medical Products within the Cell and Gene Therapy Catapult GMP manufacturing centre as directed by the VP Quality. To provide Quality support to manufacturing operations, manufacturing Cell therapy products for clinical use based within the Cell and Gene Therapy Catapult (CGTC) GMP manufacturing centre. The job responsibilities include Quality support for process development work for new clinical trial products and review and approval of documents including batch records, SOPs and validation/qualification plans and reports. In addition to provide some general quality support to R&D activities and clinical laboratory testing to GCLP, based at Royal Free Hospital in London and for quality related clinical operations under GCP.

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Notice to Recruiters and Agencies

Recruiters and agents must not forward CVs or candidate details to Cell Medica or any employee of the Company without an explicit, written request from a member of the HR department.  We reserve the right to pursue and hire candidate(s) without any financial obligation to the recruiter if their details, which could reasonably identify them, have been passed to the Company without the explicit, written request of a member of the HR department. The agreement of terms in relation to a specific vacancy does not constitute an explicit request for applicants for other advertised roles or speculative applications. 

When the HR department enters into an explicit agreement in relation to a specific position with an agency, the recruiter will be provided with a link to upload applications directly to Company’s Applicant Tracking System. Any CV or candidate details received through other means (e.g. email, post, fax, verbal) will not constitute an introduction.  

The HR department will not accept unsolicited telephone calls from recruiters in relation to open vacancies or general introductions.  All contact should be made via the email address:

Tiffany Tam, Senior Manufacturing Associate, UK

When I discovered during my master’s studies that I had secured a position as a GMP Clinical Manufacturing Associate at Cell Medica, I was ecstatic. I started the role in November 2015, 4 days after my graduation, and since then I have been delighted with the many opportunities made available to me. In 3 years I have learnt a great deal from routine manufacturing to completing a clinical trial to setting up a brand new manufacturing facility.

The best part of working in Cell Medica is definitely the people. There is an open-door policy, everyone is always friendly and are willing to help and happy to teach those with a curious mind.

I very much enjoy working at Cell Medica in helping transforming the lives of patients with cancer.

Camilla Winnewisser, Research Technician II, Zurich

Since July 2016 I have been employed as a Research Technician by Cell Medica. Cell Medica offers me an innovative and pleasant environment in which to work and it is a great feeling knowing that the technology we have developed is now being used to generate gene modified immune cell products for the treatment of cancer.  I feel motivated to come to work and do my best every day because I believe in Cell Medica’s mission and share their values.  Everyone has a voice at Cell Medica and everyone’s role is valued.  Each employee is integral to helping patients fight cancer through cellular immunotherapy. Cellular Immunotherapy is an incredibly challenging, stimulating and interesting field in which to work. The opportunity to use new technologies, work alongside talented coworkers and problem solve everyday ensures there is always something new to learn.

Eleanor Jones, HR Manager, UK

When I was interviewed for a role at Cell Medica in early 2014, it was clear to me that this was a Company with big ambitions and real drive to succeed.  I was excited to join a business working at the forefront of medicine, with a clear mission to improve the lives of cancer patients.   

I have found the Company to be incredibly supportive, both in a personal and professional capacity.  I joined the Company in an Administrative role, but was encouraged to pursue my career aspirations, benefiting from invaluable mentoring and exposure to new and varied responsibilities.  In 2018 I completed an HR Management qualification funded by the Company, and was promoted to my current role as HR Manager.

I have always felt appreciated at Cell Medica, that my hard work was recognised and rewarded. It has been a pleasure to work for a Company with a passion for what they do and an honour to be a part of their journey.

Oumar Diouf, Director of Process Development and Manufacturing, US

I joined Cell Medica as Head of Manufacturing for the US 6 years ago. I have appreciated my role and enjoyed getting our clinical manufacturing activities started. Now, as we begin the next phase for Cell Medica, I am rediscovering the thrill of beginning a new journey of blazing new trails in the Cell therapy community.

I am surrounded by a team of great scientists and collaborators and feel valued by every one of them. Within such a fertile environment, there is no doubt in my mind, that I made the right decision 6 years ago. I am looking forward to the future as we work as a team and focus our efforts to leave our mark in the development of cancer therapies.

I appreciate the culture at Cell Medica and value the fact that we work hard, enjoy what we do, and make a difference to patients’ lives. Cell Medica has also shown great commitment to the community at large, participating in yearly events such as the Alex Lemonade climb and volunteering at the Houston Food Bank.