Sunday, 6 March 2011

Weekend Job Roll: 6th March

Prosidion – an Oxford-based biopharmaceutical company focusing on diabetes and obesity products – are looking for a chemist to work in their parallel synthesis group doing array chemistry and purification. A number of additional positions are advertised on their website, including scientists, senior scientists, team leaders and a formulation scientist – with a range of entry levels.

An opportunity has opened up in Llanelli, Wales for a PhD or MSc qualified medicinal chemist with experience. Providing drug discovery and development support to clients, with input into synthetic strategy, salary will be £25-28k.

A trainee chemist is required at 2K Manufacturing in Luton. This new (2007) manufacturing company takes waste plastic and turns it into useful products, including Ecosheet – an alternative to plywood. The role includes making and testing new boards, and new product development. £16-18k.

A “global leader in pharmaceutical development” in Alderly Edge, Cheshire is looking for a synthetic organic chemist for scale-up and process development. 11-month contract, experience required, £40k.

A firm in Stowmarket, Suffolk are recruiting a process engineer. Degree-qualified in chemistry, chemical engineering or similar, possibly with 2-3 years experience and six sigma training, the role includes safety assessment (Hazop), parameter setting and some project management. £30k.

Microwave manufacturer CEM are looking for an area sales manager in the South East. At least 3 years experience with instrumentation in the lab and/or sales environment, with tendering/selling experience advantageous. Up to £30k + bonus + package.

This week’s cool academic position is in Glasgow under the supervision of Dr Mark Murrie. The project will involve making single molecule magnets which could ultimately be used to make ultra-high-density information storage devices. More info on their research page here.

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