With a degree in chemistry you can...
...restore a redundant nuclear site. The Nuclear Decommissioning Authority are looking for a site restoration strategy manager (£40-63k) in Cumbria to act as a scientific expert and develop strategies for decommissioning facilities and remediating land. Preferably have a good general knowledge of site restoration, working with stakeholders and nuclear experience – but these are not essential.
...develop new drinks. An innovation centre in Hertforshire is recruiting a food/beverage scientist liquid developer (£35-45k) to manage projects – taking customer feedback and developing new, improved formulations. 2-5 years experience, including distillation, formulation and beer.
...create new baked treats. Based in East Anglia, but working with an international team, the bakery application technologist (£25-35k) will develop, prepare and present new sweet and savoury baked products for customers. Knowledge of food technology required – maybe this includes keen chefs?
...design and develop scientific software. Tessella have positions available for scientific software engineers (to £40k) at their Stevenage, Abingdon and Warrington branches, as well as in the US (Boston and Washington DC). Programming experience in at least one language required.
...advise on international chemicals policies that may impact the UK chemical industry. The RSC have created a new role - regulatory affairs specialist (£33-37k) – in Cambridge, to research and analyse these developments, and network and communicate them effectively. Regulatory affairs and policy work experience required.
...work with international clients as a patent attorney. London-based; 2-years experience in practice required.
...develop and maintain health, safety and environmental (HSE) systems. Working at two UK sites (inc Berkshire) with a range of facilities, the HSE specialist will monitor legislation and ensure corporate compliance. HSE experience and NEBOSH certificate desired.