We are currently working with a contract research organization based in Loughborough who are experts in synthetic chemistry. They work with a wide range of clients across a variety of sectors from agrochemicals to biotechnology to pharmaceuticals. They are currently recruiting for Research scientists to join their expanding team.
We are currently working with a contract research organisation based in Loughborough who are experts in synthetic chemistry. They work with a wide range of clients across a variety of sectors from agrochemicals to biotechnology to pharmaceuticals. They are currently recruiting for Research scientists to join their expanding team.
We are working with a global contract research organisation in Manchester – they are looking to recruit a Quality Control (QC) Chemist to join the team at their Manchester site.
The successful candidate will undertake analysis for R&D and production departments – delivering results in a timely manner and within the overall scope of specified project delivery and budget. Working with the QC Team Leader, the QC Manager and colleagues within the company to ensure individual and company performance targets are achieved. Central laboratory techniques will be from HPLC, GC, and NMR.
We are hiring for Analytical Development Chemist for a fine chemicals company. This role will undertake analytical projects, working with Quality Control and Research and Development. NMR, HPLC and GC will be the core techniques used.
We are currently working with a global chemical company who are looking for an analytical chemist to join their quality control team at their site in Heysham.
The role of Chromatography Scientist is to be responsible for performing a range of routine and investigative analyses ensuring that projects are completed effectively and meet the customer’s contractual agreements. Perform chemical analysis and report work in accordance with the quality standards. This role focuses on the analysis of Pharmaceutical products using techniques such as HPLC, Dissolution & Karl Fisher. Supervise and train junior members of the team as required. Occasional client contact and administrative support for laboratory management.
This is an exciting and unique opportunity to autonomously define and drive the growth strategy for RSSL globally. If you have a proven track record of leading a function, driving change and consistently delivering growth to businesses within the Pharmaceutical sector, then please apply for an initial conversation about the role.
A Pharmaceutical Analyst executes hands-on mass spectroscopy analyses using LC-MS and GC-MS.
You’ll ensure routine and complex pharmaceutical projects are performed promptly and to GMP standards, performing practical bench-work and transcription checking for routine analyses of pharmaceutical raw materials using MS techniques in accordance with pharmacopoeia or client methods. As required you’ll work with clients to provide technical input into project discussions.
The role as Associate Principal Scientist is to provide strong technical direction and possible managerial responsibilities in a wider area of expertise within the Biomolecular analysis team and across departments as required. The individual will play a key role in ensuring that complex projects are performed and supervised effectively and accurately within agreed timescales and to appropriate quality standards. The role will be responsible for reviewing and authorising of interpretive scientific reports, method development and validations and authorizing competencies within the area of expertise. Plan workload for more complex projects for a team.
Do you have a university degree in toxicology, or maybe some experience working within a laboratory in CRO or pharmaceutical environment? If so, then this could be the opportunity for you!
Role: Associate Scientist - Toxicology, permanent.
Hours: Full time, 37.5 hours per week.
Salary: Competitive salary of £23,000 and benefits package plus annual bonuses.
Location: Alderley Park, Macclesfield, SK10 4TG.