We welcome letters of interest from scientific candidates who are interested in joining our team at Kineta. For more information contact us.
Kineta, Inc. is a Seattle-based biotech company dedicated to the discovery and development of therapeutics to treat infectious diseases, autoimmune diseases and chronic pain. Our innovative work environment requires employees to be independent, creative, and organized in addressing challenges and opportunities. Employees are rewarded for their contributions and are supported with a comprehensive benefits program. Kineta also provides individuals opportunities to advance their careers through exposure to all aspects of the drug development process.
Kineta is seeking an experienced accountant to support financial operations of the company. The successful candidate will join our administrative team supporting lab services, business development and corporate goals. The successful candidate will be proficient in GAAP accounting, payroll processing, and governmental requirements. The candidate should also possess some experience working with the QuickBooks accounting software, interacting with State and Federal authorities, and performing yearly audits with an outside accounting firm.
Kineta is seeking an experienced grants management specialist (GMS) to support diverse preclinical drug development programs. The successful candidate will join our operations team to work on all aspects of Federal grant and contract management. The GMS will be responsible for the planning, management, and completion of grant and contract submissions both as the lead contractor and as a sub-contractor to our academic collaborators. The GMS will be responsible for managing the operational and reporting tasks on all current federal awards. Operational tasks include managing sub-contractors, CROs, consultants, and materials. The GMS will also prepare and submit reports as required in addition to period reporting to the R&D team. The candidate will be required to work both independently and in a multidisciplinary team setting to ensure timely completion and reporting of program objectives.
Kineta is seeking an experienced scientific research associate to support the preclinical development of small molecule adjuvants. The successful candidate will be involved in the design, execution and interpretation of both murine in vivo studies as well as human and murine in vitro experiments related to the discovery and characterization of adjuvants for infectious disease vaccines. Hands on experience in murine in vivo models and in the characterization of humoral and cellular immune responses is required; knowledge of murine infectious disease models and human cellular immunology experience is a plus. Responsibilities of the position include assisting in the development of cell-based functional assays using human and murine primary cells; developing immunogenicity models and establishing readouts characterizing the MOA of selected adjuvants in infectious disease vaccine models. The candidate will be required to work both independently and in a multidisciplinary team setting to ensure timely completion of studies and is expected to present experimental findings at internal meetings and through written reports.
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Kineta is a great place to work where exciting science and committed people come together. Our team consists of pioneers in immunology and virology that have made leading discoveries in virus- host interaction and the genomics of immune response. We are advancing this work with the vision of developing novel compounds including treatments for autoimmune diseases, broad spectrum antivirals and non-narcotic pain relief.
Our labs are outfitted with superb infrastructure, cutting edge technology and tools to execute high through put screening for antiviral research. We have also created advanced systems to analyze innate immune response on different viral systems.
Our working environment values diversity, encourages intellectual curiosity and fosters professional growth. We are a team. Collaboration is a fundamental component of our success. Kineta is committed to maintaining a workplace where employees can strike a meaningful balance between work and life.
We demand and deliver the highest scientific and ethical standards in all that we do. Advancing our scientific progress is a priority, including publication in major journals and presentations at national conferences. We also have a lot of fun!
Seattle is a great place to live and Kineta Inc. is located in one of the most dynamic and rapidly evolving parts of the city. Our South Lake Union neighborhood is the first to be served by the new rapid transit street car line, which to the south, gives us easy access to downtown Seattle, its restaurants, shops and attractions, and to the north, connects us to The Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center and beautiful Lake Union Park.
Seattle uniquely benefits from being a cross road that links the lower 48 to British Columbia and Alaska. It is also a portal to Hawaii and Asia. Visitors taste these influences in the unique Pacific Northwest cuisine and feel these connections in the diverse cultural scene.
If you love the outdoors, you’ll love living here. A 45-minute drive offers magnificent day hikes in some of the most beautiful mountains in America. Travel a little further and Mount Rainier, all 14,410 feet of her, is there for shedding the stress of life. World class skiing, sailing, fishing are also readily accessible.
Kineta offers a competitive total compensation package as well as the chance to join an exciting company. Connect with us:
Kineta, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer