Monday, 16 January 2012

16th Jan Jobroll

In a change to the new publishing schedule implemented all of 2 weeks ago, the first Jobroll of the week finds itself moving from Tuesday to Monday. The reason? A new occasional slot is opening up which is Twitter-related – and of all of the days of the week “Twitter Tuesday” is the mostly phonetically pleasing... Tune in tomorrow to find out more!

While there are always a lot of analytical positions advertised on the job boards, this week seems to be a bumper one. Here are a few industries and role available to analysts (part 1 of 2):

Pharma (method development)

Analytical chemist (£26k) and Senior analytical chemist (£30-35k) for a CRO in Craigavon, Northern Ireland. Junior role: Develop and validate analytical methods to support drug development and manufacture. Experience with data management and range of analytical techniques. Senior role requires additional managerial and bench experience.

Pharma (solid dose)

Analytical chemist for Pharm Dev Services group at Covance in N Yorkshire. Perform a wide range of assays to measure the physicochemical properties of API and drug product (eg, stability, solubility, particle size). Range of backgrounds considered, GLP/GMP experience advantageous.

Pharma (QC)

Two QC analysts (£30k) and a QC supervisor (£50k) for contract manufacturer in Wiltshire. Junior role requires previous quality control experience in a GLP/GMP environment. Senior role will lead team of 10-15 QC analysts, manage budgets, audits, recruitment, and have relevant technical and supervisory experience.


Petrochemist (£23k) for a service lab based in the North West. Sampling and analysis of petrochemical samples for clients using range of techniques such as ICP-AES, AAS, flame photometry and chromatography. Method development and validation. Degree level chemistry with experience in a petrochemical or AKAS-accredited lab and relevant analytical techniques.

Agrochem (DMPK)

Senior HPLC analyst (£20-25k) for a DMPK department in the E Midlands. Analysis of agrochemical and biological samples, method development. 1 year HPLC or LCMS experience in a DMPK or eFate environment required.

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