Monday, 23 May 2011

23rd May: Job roll for materials scientists and analysts

LabMonkey has heard that a technical and consulting firm to the packaging supply chain is recruiting for an analytical chemist to be based in Leatherhead, Surrey. The role will involve trace organic analysis to support migration/chemical/extractable studies. Experience in an analytical lab using GC, GCMS, HPLC, FTIR, LCMS and doing method development is desirable. £23-32k.

Lancaster Laboratories is offering £27-32k for an analyst in Merseyside to carry out method development/validation for API and drug products and structural elucidation. Degree and several years experience - including GMP and using HPLC, UPLC, MS and NMR- and excellent understanding of reaction mechanisms required.

A Cheshire-based brewery and bottling company is seeking a lab technician to work in QC using techniques such as spectrophotometry, titration and turbidity. Will also include some QA such as auditing. While the role is temporary – 3 months, potential to extend – with flexible and long shifts – up to 12h – this may be an opportunity to gain some experience.

A chemist (min 2:1 degree) with lab experience is required to work “in UK/Overseas clients on an in situ basis”, based in Manchester. HPLC, formulation, application testing and method development skills will be required, as will the flexibility to travel for up to 3 weeks at a time at short notice. £20-26k is the remuneration.

A manufacturer of composites for the aerospace and wind energy markets is seeking a materials scientist to work in Cambridgeshire to test the physical and mechanical properties of materials. A degree, understanding of composite materials and experience in mechanical testing is required.

Silberline Ltd is looking for a Masters/PhD-qualified chemist/material scientist to work at their Leven, Scotland R&D site as a research scientist. The role at this supplier of special effects, aluminium and performance pigments will involve taking on responsibility for projects developing technologies and products. Experience in one/some of the following would be desirable: surface chem.; sol-gel chem.; polymer chem.; surface/bulk analysis; synthesis of functional adducts.

Finally, A chemical provider in Dorset requires a senior process chemist with a PhD in inorganic chemistry or similar, experience in process development and GMP/GLP, and demonstrated leadership skills. £30-33k.

Next....project managers

No comments:

Post a Comment

Note: only a member of this blog may post a comment.