What
if
you
could change
more than
just your job?

Working at Ivy Farm, you’ll be helping transform how the world eats for the better. You’ll be contributing to a sustainable meat company, grounded in breakthrough cell technology and founded on the belief that science can improve our planet. Right now, we’re on the lookout for more brilliant people to join our ‘growing’ team.  

You’ll love asking ‘what if’, love animals and have time for the odd nerdy joke (see previous sentence for reference).

In return, we offer progressive benefits, a culture built on kindness, and the promise that you’ll never run out of interesting things to say at a dinner party.

Current vacancies

Biochemical Engineer | Research & Technology

Not every biochemical engineer has an opportunity to make a global impact for good. Those at Ivy Farm certainly do. Food is the second largest contributor to climate change. You’ll be part of a highly skilled bioprocessing team of six, and part of our community of some 40 scientists; one that’s on a mission to create the world’s best guiltfree, sustainable meat. And the meat we make is cultivated meat. It is just like real meat, only made differently.

You’re already an established biochemical engineer with a Degree or PhD in chemical engineering, biochemical engineering, or biotechnology, who is working in a commercial organization and helping deliver the scale-up of bioreactor processes. You’ll be working with mammalian cells in bench scale bioreactors and above, and have experience in running and optimising processes in fed-batch and perfusion. But you’re now ready to something a bit different; and something that can make a real difference too.

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Cell Biologist | Culture Media

Culture media is one of the key stages in Ivy Farm’s mission to create the world’s best guiltfree and sustainable meat. And that’s why we’re adding another culture media expert to our highly skilled team of four, and part of our community of some 40 scientists; a team where you can make a true difference to animal well-being and global sustainability. And the meat we make is cultivated meat. It is just like real meat, only made differently.


You’re already an established cell biologist who has become a recognized expert in the area of culture media, and this is backed up by your degree or PhD in life science or an associated field. You’ve certainly mastered all the techniques around serum free culture medium evaluation and screening, culture characterisation, process optimisation and metabolic pathways. You’re used to working to deadlines and delivering results, and if that’s resulted in commercially available product(s) all the better. And right now, you’d relish the chance to apply your expertise and to do something a bit different; something that can make a real difference too.

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Senior Bioinformatician | Cell Sciences

The insights we’ll get using bioinformatics will be essential in fulfilling Ivy Farm’s mission to create the world’s best guiltfree and sustainable meat. And that’s why we’re hiring our first permanent Bioinformatician, as part of our community of some 40 scientists; a team where you can make a true difference to animal welfare and global sustainability. And where the meat we make is cultivated meat. It is just like real meat, only made differently.

You’re already a proven Bioinformatician with post doc experience in analyzing and interpreting genomic, NGS or omics sets. You’ve a talent for helping others understand how bioinformatics can help their work and are unafraid of the unknown. As far as the tech goes, you’ll have worked with Python with expertise in prototyping, writing and maintaining Python code, as well as bioinformatics-related Python libraries. This’ll be coupled with wide experience of developing and maintaining target pipelines, within the functional genomics arena.

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