Monday, 31 October 2011

31st October Jobroll: Practical Chemistry

Continuing to work through the autumn backlog of jobs, today’s selection of practical chemistry opportunities are from NatureJobs:

Senior chemistry technician for a drug development services company in Nottingham. Responsible for maintaining GMP compliance (eg, eqpt and documentation), ordering materials and providing advice for these activities. BSc required; experience of working to GMP and handling of radioactivity advantageous.

Lead R&D chemist (£30-35k) for a pharmaceutical development company in the South West. Lead a small team of chemists; support manufacture of products to cGMP and non-GMP on lab scale (<20L). Requires PhD, extensive industrial experience in chemical R&D and cGMP; supervision experience desirable.

Synthetic organic chemist for Polytherics in Camden, London – a company specialising in “the use of biomedical polymers for the optimisation of therapeutic drugs.” The job will involve preparing and characterising polymer-based reagents for the site-specific PEGylation of therapeutic proteins and peptides. Degree required; experience with derivitisation of polymers and industrial experience advantageous. An exciting opportunity to join a new (2002) company – and for those with a penchant for craft beer, their labs are a 3-minute walk from the BrewDog Camden Bar due to open this year.

Process chemist in Cork, Ireland to support Production with process development, robustness and optimisation; tech transfer and investigating process deviations. Graduate (or PhD) with 2-3 years experience in process chemistry.

Inorganic chemist in Northamptonshire for a chemical testing provider. Joining the metals analysis team (ICP-MS), working mainly on leather substrates and nickel testing. BSc + industrial experience with ICP-MS required.

Development scientist (£28k + benefits + “prestige of working for a high technology company”) for a 6-month contract in Swindon. Prepare sample components using coating techniques. Lab experience required, with only a “knowledge of chemistry”.

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