Sunday, 16 January 2011

Weekend job roll: 16th Jan

Catalysts giant Johnson Matthey have been advertising a couple of positions for a few months now. They’re still looking for a Research Chemist to design and evaluate chemo- and bio-catalytic processes in their Catalysis and Chiral Technologies research team in Cambridge. Experience requirements aren’t particularly restrictive.

In what sounds like an office-based role, Syngenta are seeking a chemical indexing officer in Berkshire (£22-32k). The role will require registering of new chemicals, compound sourcing, ensuring quality of data in company resources and developing new processes. An understanding of relational databases appears to be the only non-standard prerequisite.

Experienced graduates or fresh PhDs are sought for a research chemist position at Norbrook Laboratories in N Ireland to carry out R&D on APIs and NCEs with minimal supervision - £25-40k.

A graduate position has opened up in Weybridge, Surrey for a regulatory affairs officer. Perfect opportunity to escape the lab and get into a career with a future (there’s always going to be regulation, and in LM’s opinion it’s likely to stay in the West) - £21k with occasional travel. For those with substantial experience in the area already , a senior regulatory affairs associate is advertised in the southeast for £32-42k.

Two scientists - one permanent, one 10-month contract – sought to discover, develop and characterise new monomers and polymers for pOLEDs in Cambridge. Must be prepared to understand physics and device chemistry; PhD or appropriate industrial experience required. £27-32k.

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