Monday, 11 June 2012

11th June Graduate Jobroll

The job boards appear a bit light following the 3-day week, but here is a smattering of positions for newly-qualified grads/postgrads.

Specialist scientific recruiter SCI are offering the role of apprentice scientific recruitment consultant (£18-20k, OTE £40k), based in Cheshire. Working with both clients and candidates to fill temporary and permanent positions, the applicant must have excellent inter-personal skills, a relevant scientific degree and a desire to develop a career in sales and marketing.

Lab Support are looking for a recruitment consultant to join them in Cambridge, covering the South East. A scientific degree and excellent communication skills are required. Previous relevant experience is desirable but not essential.

A company in North Yorkshire is recruiting a graduate regulatory officer, initially on a 12-month contract. Supporting the Regulatory Affairs team, tasks will include reviewing/interpreting legislation, writing safety data sheets and monitoring global regulations. BSc/MSc or PhD, with a demonstrated interest in regulatory affairs required.

An industrial mortar manufacturer in Bedfordshire seeks a graduate development chemist to carry out new product development and existing product improvement. Degree (inc 2012 graduates) with knowledge of formulation methodology required. Industrial experience (eg, placement) desirable but not essential.

Oxfordshire-based, petroleum additive manufacturer, Infineum is looking for a PhD or postdoctoral scientist to “present innovative and informed insights into complex business challenges.” The role includes project management and supervision of technicians. 

BP is recruiting a post-doctoral research associate on a 2-year fixed term contract. Year 1 will be spent at the University of Strathclyde, developing ultrasonic technologies to measure process streams. Year 2 may be spent at one of BP’s main research centres in California, Illinois or Hull (keep those fingers crossed...)

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