A smattering of more traditional chemist roles to end the week:
Medicinal chemist (up to £31k) at the University of Dundee’s Drug Discovery Unit, designing and synthesising pharmaceutical candidates. PhD with experience in biotech/pharma/CRO; academic drug discovery experience an advantage.
Medicinal chemist (£19-29k) working in the Discovery Alliances business group at a pharmaceutical company in Oxfordshire. Perform R&D chemistry experiments as part of a team, to develop novel small molecule drugs. Degree with industrial experience of small organic molecule synthesis.
Synthetic organic chemist at Peakdale Molecular in Kent. Posts continue to be available for temporary and permanent synthetic and medicinal chemists at the recently rebranded Discovery Park in Sandwich. This covers the drug lifecycle from medchem to developing a commercial process. A variety of experience levels are being considered.
Organic chemist (£24-35k) in Cambridgeshire for a technology development company. Working in the science and technology group, analyse and characterise chemicals and materials for new technologies. Requires Masters and/or PhD; preferably with experience in the areas of medical/commercial/FMCG, and knowledge of polymer materials, formulation, process or materials.
Development chemist (£40k) for a developer/manufacturer of “environmentally aware” printing inks in Yorkshire. Liase with sales colleagues and develop and test new products. Requires experience of conducting polymer based lab tests and managing suppliers.
Chemist (£20-30k) for a company specialising in precious metal recovery. Synthesis and application of novel materials to achieve this aim. PhD or equivalent industry experience required; synthetic organic chemistry, organometallics or solid-phase materials experience highly desired.