Thursday, 29 March 2012

29th March Jobroll

Today, it’s all about the process chemistry!

Trainee process development chemist required at speciality chemical manufacturer Thomas Swan & Co in County Durham (NE). Assist senior chemists in assessing lab scale processes, and develop these for plant. Degree in chemistry required, lab experience preferred.

Process chemist (£30-45k) sought by what sounds like a contract lab or consultancy servicing the oil/gas, process and water treatment industries. Based in Orkney, working onshore and offshore, the post involves consultancy, lab work and developing and marketing the site service work of the company. List of requirements include: degree; significant experience in one of the industries serviced, project management and supervision; and postgrad experience in fluid analysis and process chem.

A company in Haverhill, Suffolk is looking for a R&D chemist (£25-30k) to carry out development work on 0.1g to 5kg scale, and write SOPs for these prior to full plant-scale manufacture. Experience in the synthesis of monomers and polymers, and GLP required. If you like your corporate experience to be regimented, but are happy to provide flexibility by working out of hours, take a look at the advert.

Bakhu Pharma – who specialise in developing enzymatic and flow processes – are recruiting two process development chemists at their Bromborough (NW) site. Responsibilities include development, optimisation, scale-up and tech transfer. Degree (2:1) – PhD preferred – and several years process experience required.

An Oxfordshire-based pharma company are looking for a senior process chemist to work shifts supporting shift chemists on plant. This includes advising project chemists on operational challenges, supporting production and troubleshooting issues. BSc with GMP and production experience required.

A senior process chemist (£30-36k) is also required in Cambridgeshire for a chemicals and materials manufacturer. Involves process development/optimisation, technical support on plant, and working with engineers when new plant equipment is required. Qualification in Chemistry or Chem Eng required, along with experience in a process/production environment.

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