An eclectic start to the week, where a dual degree may come in useful:
Knowledge exchange officer (£37-44k) at the University of Oxford. Transfer technologies and expertise in physics to industry and academic disciplines. Degree, with research experience in preferably both industry and academia.
Chemical engineer/chemist (£40-45k) in the South East for a global company of unspecified sector. Analyse complex chemical and physical interactions, use statistical software, design experiments and write results up for reports/publication. MSc or PhD with relevant experience including publication record or successful implementation at pilot/commercial scale.
Scientist (Drugs) (£26-31k) at South Wales Police. Working in the new Regional Scientific Investigational Unit in Bridgend, examine exhibits from crime scenes related to suspected drug abuse. Experienced forensic scientists sought.
Site chemist for npower in Fife. Play a key role in the mobilisation and commissioning of a biomass plant, being responsible for operational chemistry and environmental compliance (EHS). Degree, good knowledge of power plant chemistry and a range of EHS regulations is required.
Graduate technical sales (OTE £30k+) covering the South. Sell and support urethane-formulated systems used for adhesives and coatings, including product demos and trials. One day per week at HQ, with most of time spent at customer sites. Graduate – preferably including subjects in polymer/materials/coatings – with commercial or sales experience.