A trio of process chemistry positions are available at a CRO in Northern Ireland. The process chemist will have a BSc and synthetic experience with multistep reactions, ideally in industry; experience in route design to targets preferable. The senior process chemist will provide more technical direction to projects and will require industrial process development experience and ideally a higher degree or PhD. The process chemistry team leader requires previous experience leading and delivering scale-up projects.
Another chemistry project leader (£30-35k) is required by a pharmaceutical development company in Dorset to support manufacture up to 20L scale. PhD and extensive experience in Chemical R&D - including GMP - is required.
This synthetic chemist job (£28-32k) in Cambridge has been advertised a couple of times earlier in the year, but appears open again. Designing and preparing monomer/polymer/small molecules for light emitting polymers, you’ll have a PhD and aptitude for understanding physics as it relates to LEPs.
For the synthesis-averse, there’s an opportunity as a development analyst (£23-28k) available at this pharmaceutical manufacturer in Yorkshire . Previous method development experience required.
If you have experience in oils, one of these rather specialist positions may be of interest:
A speciality chemical manufacturer for the flavour/fragrance industries is looking for an R&D chemist (£24-27k) in East Anglia, preferably with experience in essential or vegetable oils. Other requirements include experience of extraction/separation techniques and working on pilot plant scale.
Alternatively, familiarity with engine oil opens the door to this technical support specialist role in Berkshire. Duties include managing projects, using statistical design of experiments and providing tech support to the business.