Research & Development Chemist – Northants

Jason Johal is currently handling an exceptional role for a R&D Chemist to join a chemical manufacturing company based in Northants.

About the role:

Jason Johal is searching for a R&D Chemist for a pivotal role within the company which, not only is a key role for the company but could be the opportunity of a lifetime for the successful incumbent.

The company   manufactures a niche product and currently produce over 120 million units per year which, they then supply worldwide. Due to pending legislation they are looking in to changing their product to meet the incoming requirements and as such need a R&D chemist to develop a small scale run through pilot and then transfer into manufacture.

This truly is an exceptional role and with the scope involved is an opportunity for someone to do something really special with their career. Ideally they are looking for someone on a permanent basis but people looking for fixed term contracts or consultancy work will also be considered.  Please do call Jason Johal on the below number for a full break down of the role.

Experience required:

This is a brand new R&D Chemist role that will be created around the successful applicant and as such we have a completely blank sheet to work with in regards to knowledge and experience. As this is such a key role for the company to move forwards all approval has already been given to custom build a new laboratory and to provide all necessary equipment and support. 

However it is essential that you have gained experience in a R&D environment and that you have the ability to drive a research project forward. A polymer related development background could be advantageous in this role and there is a preference for someone with knowledge/experience in biodegradable products.

How to apply:

For more information or to apply for this R&D Chemist role please contact Jason Johal on 01438 723 500 or email jjohal@ckscience.co.uk. Please quote reference ST23353 in all correspondence.

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CK Science December Jobs Bulletin

South

Principal Scientist Purification – Dartford

Principal Scientist Cell Culture – Dartford

Senior Mechanical Engineer – Oxfordshire

Freeze Drying Scientist – Oxfordshire

Senior Electronics Engineer – Oxfordshire

Validation Engineer – London/Herts

Quality Assurance Auditor – Hertfordshire

South East

QC Analyst – Temporary – Suffolk

Senior Process Development Chemist – Cambridgeshire

Material Test Technician – Cambridgeshire

North West

Technical Writer

Development and Technical Support Chemist

Senior Scientist – Runcorn

Junior Risk & Safety Consultant

Organic Chemist – Runcorn

Senior Risk & Safety Consultant

Development Chemist

 

North East

OLEDs Scientist – Yorkshire

Performance Engineer – Asset Management

Polymer Chemist – Yorkshire

Materials Engineer

Process Technologist – County Durham

Intrumentation Engineer

Midlands

Area Sales Manager – South/West Midlands

Formulation Development Scientist – West Midlands

Research & Development Chemist – Northants

Formulation Manager – East Midlands

Process Improvement Manager – East Midlands

Qualified Person – Nottingham

North Wales

Research Chemist

Scotland

Contract Qualified Person – North Scotland

Sales Consultant – Scotland

Trainee Production Engineer – Scotland

Data Analyst – North Scotland

Development Scientist – Central Belt

Protein Scientist – Central Belt

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Building work on Oxford Science Enterprise Zone

As reported by The Oxford Times, building work has begun on the Oxford-based Enterprise Zone. This is great news, as the Enterprise Zone could bring a welcome £9m per year boost to the economy and create 8,400 jobs by 2015.

The Enterprise Zone, which includes Harwell and Milton park is to be created by the Government following a successful bid from Oxfordshire Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP).

Speaking of the Enterprise Zone, Managing Director of James Dipple stated,  “The redevelopment of building 182 is giving our current occupiers the room to expand and grow, as well as creating extra space so new organisations can move to the estate.

“Creating jobs is the primary reason for the Government selecting regions such as ours for enterprise zone status.

“As well as the direct employment benefits, we expect to see wider knock-on job creation as the local community expands to support increased business occupation.”

It is hoped that the work will be finished by January.

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Product Development Manager – Central Scotland

Carrie-Ann Bell is recruiting for a Product Development Manager to join a bio-manufacturing organisation based in Central Scotland.

Responsibilities:

As a Product Development Manager you will be responsible for the management of the development of new products and/or processes.  You will also help and, when required, manage company wide internal and external projects.

Skills and experience:

The ideal candidate for this Product Development Manager role will have relevant experience in product development, with demonstrable experience with managing/co-ordinating product development projects in a GMP environment.  You must have a proven track record of immunohematology, reagent formulation, reagent manipulations or assay development.  In addition the successful candidate must have excellent communication skills including presentation, report writing, leadership skills and experience, and able to organise themselves and the work of others.

How to apply:

For more information or to apply for this Product Development Manager role, please contact Carrie-Ann Bell on 0191 384 8905 or email cbell@ckscience.co.uk.  Please quote reference DH23227 in all correspondence.

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Quality Assurance Auditor – Hertfordshire

Reena Dhana is currently recruiting for a Quality Assurance Auditor to be based within the GMP quality department of a global pharmaceutical company who are based in Hertfordshire.  This is initially a temporary contract of 4 months with a strong possibility of extension.

Responsibilities:

As a Quality Assurance Auditor you will ensure compliance to cGMP of all activities related to the development of pharmaceutical products for use in Clinical Trials, including the Quality Management systems and you will carry out Quality compliance reviews/release of Investigational Medicinal Products for use in Clinical Trials. Other duties will include:

  • Auditing and approving procedures and documents from manufacturing
  • Analytical, packaging and service groups
  • Reviewing and approving equipment and facilities qualification
  • Training others as appropriate
  • Assisting with external audits as required.

Qualifications:

The ideal candidate for this Quality Assurance Auditor role will hold a BSc in a Life Science subject (or equivalent) and will have experience gained within relevant departments of Pharmaceutical companies, preferably Quality Assurance. You will have a good working knowledge of cGMPs. An understanding of Clinical Supplies requirements would be advantageous.

How to apply: 

For more information or to apply for this Quality Assurance Auditor role please contact Reena Dhana on 01438 723 500 or email rdhana@ckscience.co.uk.  Please quote reference ST23319 in all correspondence.

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Nestlé to create 300 jobs in Derbyshire

As reported by the BBC, Nestlé is to create 300 jobs as a result of its £110m investment in its Nescafé Dulce Gusto coffee manufacturing plant in Derbyshire.

The investment will treble the production capacity of the plant and will add twelve new high-speed production lines which will be used to make coffee pods to be sold in the UK and 40 other countries across the world.

Nestlé’s plant in Derbyshire has experienced high growth over the years and is set to rise o 800 by 2013.

These newly created jobs in Derbyshire will be part of Nestlé’s first intake into their new Academy which will aim to increase the number of graduates to the company.

Prime Minister David Cameron described the announcement as “brilliant news for UK manufacturing and for the local community”.

Speaking of the announcement, Paul Gimwood, chairman and chief executive officer of Nestlé UK and Ireland, said: “The team there have really focused on quality output, efficiency and really making the best plant that we have for this type of product worldwide.

“That’s actually meant that when we’ve come to spend extra money and put extra investment in, it’s been a bit of a no-brainer to actually say the money should go to Tutbury.”

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Assistant Engineer – Hertfordshire

Reena Dhana is currently recruiting for an Assistant Engineer to join a leading Chemical Manufacturer specialising in polymer materials including adhesives & resins for a 6 month contract to be based from their site in Hertfordshire.

Responsibilities:

As an Assistant Engineer, your duties will include:

  • Assisting senior engineers with the sourcing & procurement of manufacturing equipment & systems
  • Overseeing equipment transportation to their European site
  • Installation and validation as well as completion of relevant documentation.

This is an outstanding opportunity to join a leading name in the Chemical industry, which in return offers a competitive salary.

Qualifications & Skills:

To be considered for this Assistant Engineer role, you will have a qualification / apprenticeship in an Engineering discipline or equivalent experience. Demonstrated experience in a manufacturing environment would be advantageous, but it is not essential.

How to apply:

For more information or to apply for this Assistant Engineer role please contact Reena Dhana on 01438 723 500 or email rdhana@ckscience.co.uk.  Please quote reference ST23276 in all correspondence.

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Hygiene Manager (Bakery) – East Midland

Hannah Milward is currently recruiting for a Hygiene Manager to join a large food manufacturer in the East Midlands.

Job purpose:

To manage, develop and lead their team to effectively deliver an operationally excellent factory in line with the supply chain business requirements.

Key responsibilities:

The key responsibilities of this Hygiene Manager role are:

  • To manage, develop and lead their team.
  • To develop an efficient and effective Technical Services support operation for manufacturing in line with the site plan and key business performance indicators.
  • Comply with company and legal standards (safety, hygiene, and environment).
  • Lead continuous improvement activity in order that the team delivery year on year improvements.

Qualifications:

To be considered for this Hygiene Manager position you should have relevant qualifications to at least HNC/HND/City and Guilds level. You should have relevant industry experience including experience of legislation governing food safety compliance. You should also be IT literate and have experience working in a Trade Union environment.

How to apply:

For more information or to apply for this Hygiene Manager role please contact Hannah Milward on 0114 283 9956 or email hmilward@ckscience.co.uk. Please quote reference SH23266 in all correspondence.

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5,000 science Jobs to be created in Norwich!

As reported by Business Weekly, 5,000 new science jobs are to be created at the Norwich Research Park.

The science park in Norwich has big plans for expansion and hopes to attract new tenants. The park’s Director, Alan Giles stated, ‘Although the Norwich Research Park is probably best known for the University, hospital and the research institutes, it is a lesser known fact that additionally there are 30 businesses here included in our growing population of 11,600 staff and 14, 200 students. The park also attracts thousands of visitors each year.”

The plan for the Norwich Research Park, as outlined by Giles, is to ‘create a supportive environment for early stage, potential high growth companies and generate 5,000 jobs in the Greater Norwich area over the coming 10 to 15 years.”

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OLEDs Scientist Job- Organic Semiconductor Devices

Victoria Walker is currently looking to recruit a OLEDs Scientist to join a supplier of materials for OLED optoelectronic devices, to join their team based in East Yorkshire.

The Role:

The company has been developing materials for use in optoelectronic devices, focusing on OLED displays and is now seeking a talented Materials Physicist / Engineer to join their team. This OLEDs Scientist role will involve frequent travel to the North East and an eventual move to the North East site after approximately 1 year.

Responsibilities:

The main roles and responsibilities of this OLEDs Scientist role will be to characterise and test the materials produced by the team of chemists and to provide feedback and understanding of their performance. The candidate will be responsible for, and will take a leading role in:

  • Building and testing prototype devices,
  • Developing improved characterisation and fabrication procedures
  • Correlating material and device data.

 The successful candidate will also liaise with customers and collaborators directly.

Qualifications and Skills:

In order to be considered for this OLEDs Scientist position you will have experience of OLED device construction and testing; an essential requirement for this role. You will also have a background in polymer / materials science, plastic electronics and practical engineering capability.

A PhD or equivalent in Physics, Materials or a related discipline would be advantageous. The candidate needs to be self-motivated and customer focused with excellent problem solving, organisational and communication skills. Key knowledge areas and abilities will be a strong working knowledge of:

  • OLED devices, physics and manufacture; experience in materials testing
  • A proactive approach and able to work independently
  • Experience of designing experiments
  • Experimental procedures and data acquisition and interpretation.

How to apply:

For more information or to apply for this OLEDs Scientist role please contact Victoria Walker on 0114 283 9956 or email vwalker@ckscience.co.uk. Please quote reference SH23104 in all correspondence.

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Product Development Manager – Central Belt

Carrie-Ann Bell is looking for a Product Development Manager to join a bio-manufacturing organisation based in Central Scotland.

Responsibilities:

As a Product Development Manager you will be responsible for the management of the development of new products and/or processes.  You will also help and, when required, manage company wide internal and external projects.

Qualifications and skills required:

The ideal candidate for this Product Development Manager role will have relevant experience in product development, with demonstrable experience with managing/co-ordinating product development projects in a GMP environment.  You must have a proven track record of immunohematology, reagent formulation, reagent manipulations or assay development.  In addition the successful candidate must have excellent communication skills including presentation and report writing, leadership skills and experience, and able to organise themselves and the work of others.

How to apply:

For more information or to apply for this Product Development Manager role please contact Carrie-Ann Bell on 0191 384 8905 or email cbell@ckscience.co.uk.  Please quote reference DH23227 in all correspondence.

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Project Engineer (Electrical, Electronic) – Oxford

Andrew Bolton is currently looking for a Project Engineer from an Electrical / Electronic Engineering background to join a Specialist Laser & Sensor Technology Manufacturer, who provides equipment & systems to customers within materials based industries including rubber, plastics, wood, metals, tyre / automotive and related industries. This role will be based from their site in Oxfordshire.

Opportunity:

This Project Engineer role is an outstanding opportunity to join a specialist Equipment & Systems manufacturer, which in return offers an attractive salary and benefits.

Responsibilities:

As a Project Engineer you will be responsible for project management across the design, development, manufacturing, through to integration on the customer’s site. Your duties will include:

  • Adopting a ‘hands on’ involvement in the design & development of the systems including hardware, software & control systems
  • Overseeing assembly & testing of equipment
  • Working closely with supplier & customer teams including commissioning / integration of equipment on site.

Qualifications & Skills:

To be considered for this Project Engineer role, you will have a qualification in Electrical or Electronic Engineering (or equivalent) and demonstrated experience in some of the following:

  • Machines /systems utilising servo’s
  • Actuators
  • Electric slides
  • Pneumatic controls
  • Single and 3 phase motors and inverters
  • Conveyors, relay logic circuits
  • Hydraulic control systems and sensors.
  • IPC based controllers, field busses and implementing closed loop control of production equipment.
  • System programming using C++, communication protocols eg Ethernet (UDP, TCP), RS232 and RS485.

Also due to the nature of the work, a full driving licence is essential.

How to apply: 

For more information or to apply for this Project Engineer role please contact Andrew Bolton on 01438 723 500 and email abolton@ckscience.co.uk. Please quote reference ST23215 in all correspondence.

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We are recruiting for Polymer jobs in the South of England!

CK Science are currently helping a number of Polymer Manufacturers and Research Organisations recruit for the following Polymer jobs:

  • Polymer Scientists
  • Polymer Engineers
  • Chemists
  • Material Scientists
  • Material Engineers

These Polymer jobs are based in the following functions:

  • Research and Development (R&D)
  • Quality Control (QC)
  • Analytical and Testing
  • Quality and Regulatory
  • Technical Support and Technical Sales

These Polymer positions are based across the South of the UK in Cambridgeshire, Hertfordshire and London:

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For a full list of all the Polymer jobs CK Science are currently recruiting for, please click here.

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Junior Medical Writer Job in Cambridge

A Junior Medical Writer is required to join a Regulatory Affairs Consultancy based in Cambridge. This is an excellent opportunity to work with a very busy and fast growing company with excellent prospects to progress. 

Key responsibilities:

  • Prepare tabulated summaries along with preparation of in-text tables or narratives for the Senior Medical Writers or Medical Writer.
  • Create of hyperlinks and bookmarks as required. 
  • Carry out numeric Quality Control of documents as required under the supervision of the Medical Writer. 
  • Plan schedule and track all assigned medical writing activities to ensure high quality, timely and accurate completion.
  • Provide regular status updates to the Medical Writer for all assigned medical writing activities.
  • Under supervision write low complexity CSR /NCSR. 
  • Compile current study reports within the EDMS environment
  • Requesting required documents from the client, or other departments as appropriate
  • Checking documents for compliance with EDMS requirements
  • Entering documents into the EDMS structure
  • Interact and effectively communicate with other groups in order to source clinical documents as required.
  • Assessing documents for completeness and quality
  • Produce documents using other software packages as required.
  • Perform any other activity as may reasonably be required from time to time. 
  • Complete all of the above activities within the framework and in compliance with ICH Guidelines, R&D SOPs and other documentation in force within the company

 

Location: Cambourne, Cambridge

Reference: MED_WR_02

Please reply with your CV and cover letter to jobs@elc-group.com

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Senior Regulatory Affairs Professional Job based in Cambridge, UK

An outstanding opportunity for a Senior Regulatory Affairs Professional to join a well established Regulatory Consultancy Company and play an instrumental role in the growth of the business.

Duties will include:

  • management of product licence registration and post registration activities with the appropriate regulatory authorities on a global basis
  • preparation of any regulatory dossiers and/or supporting documentation
  • supporting clients with the appropriate documentation to facilitate registration/maintenance of products
  • providing leadership and guidance to junior stuff and ensuring site activities comply with regulatory requirements.
  • reviewing and interpreting regulatory guidelines.
  • Providing in house training on regulatory topics as required
  • Supporting marketing and business development activities. This may include (but not be limited to):

–   advising on regulatory activities, timelines and costs for new business proposals as required

–   participating in new business meetings, kick off meetings and project meetings as required.

The candidate should be qualified in Life Sciences and have broad experience in pharma regulatory environments for US/EU markets. Sound knowledge of Global Regulatory Procedures, including marketing applications, negotiation and product licensing knowledge, proven success in agency influencing and negotiation are essential. Broad level of experience within the Pharmaceutical industry with knowledge of Regulatory Affairs and knowledge of product development is a must.

If you feel you have the relevant skills and experience for this role please send your application to jobs@elc-group.com. Please quote reference S_RAPM in all correspondence.

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Regulatory Affairs Professional Job – Cambridge, UK

An outstanding opportunity for a Regulatory Affairs professional to join a well established Regulatory Consultancy Company and play an instrumental role in the growth of the business. You will be responsible for identifying and developing new business to ensure the regulatory sales targets are met or exceeded.

The person

Suitable candidates will have a background in sales / marketing of a scientific consultancy service. You will have sound knowledge of Global Regulatory Procedures, including marketing applications, negotiation and product licensing knowledge, proven success in agency influencing and negotiation. Broad level of experience within the Pharmaceutical industry with knowledge of Regulatory Affairs and knowledge of product development is a must.

You must have excellent communication skills, be a good listener, be commercially minded and able to develop complex and diverse proposals / solutions for clients’ requirements.

You will have the ability to network with colleagues and co-workers appropriately and to manage the communication to and collaboration of decision-making members of each project team.

Typical activities may include:

  • Providing regulatory strategy and technical consultancy for the Regulatory Affairs Business Development Team and Project Management Team as well as regulatory consultancy and strategic advice to the clients;
  • Reviewing and providing technical advice to prepare regulatory submissions;
  • Contributing to development and implementation of global and regional regulatory functions;
  • To assist in business development in securing new business and making presentations to clients;
  • Maintaining and developing relationships with existing customers via meetings, telephone calls and emails;
  • Visiting potential customers to prospect for new business;
  • Acting as a contact between a company and its existing and potential markets;
  • Negotiating the terms of an agreement and closing sales;
  • Gathering market and customer information;
  • Representing the organization at trade exhibitions, events and demonstrations;
  • Negotiating variations in price, delivery and specifications with managers
  • Advising on forthcoming product developments and discussing special promotions;
  • Liaising with Project Managers to check on the progress of existing orders;
  • Recording sales and order information and sending copies to the sales manager;
  • Reviewing own sales performance, aiming to meet or exceed targets;
  • Gaining a clear understanding of customers’ businesses and requirements.

Offer:

• Competitive basic salary
• Attractive commissions package with no caps
• Bonuses

 

How to apply:

Please reply with your CV and cover letter to jobs@elc-group.com

Location: Cambourne, Cambridge

Ref: RABD_1

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Technical Support Engineer (Electrical) – Herts

Andrew Bolton is currently recruiting for a Technical Support Engineer to join a specialist Photonic Device Manufacturer who specialises in the development, manufacturing & supply of opto-electronic equipment including cameras, sensors & scientific instrumentation. They would like a Technical Support Engineer join their Camera Technology division based from their site in Hertfordshire.

Responsibilities:

As a Technical Support Engineer, you will be responsible for providing technical support to their customer teams both remotely (phone, email) and in-situ at the customer’s site including diagnosing & fixing minor problems. You will also be responsible for:

  • Management of demonstration cameras including testing prior to delivery & on return from the customers and through performing customer demonstrations when required
  • Maintaining an up to date knowledge of all stock (hardware & software) as well as completion of all relevant documentation.

Qualifications & Skills:

To be considered for this Technical Support Engineer role, you will have a qualification in Electrical and / or Electronic Engineering (or equivalent). You will also have the following:

  • Demonstrated experience working with electronic equipment including the ability to diagnose faults in electronic circuitry and remove & replace components at board level.
  • Experience of scientific imaging technologies and / or opto-electronics would be highly advantageous.
  • Due to the nature of the role a full driving licence is essential.

Opportunity:

This Technical Support Engineer role is an excellent opportunity to work for a leading name in Opto-Electronic Devices, which in return offers an attractive salary and benefits package.

How to apply:

For more information or to apply for this Technical Support Engineerrole please contact Andrew Bolton on 01438 723 500 or email abolton@ckscience.co.uk.  Please quote reference ST23165 in all corresponce.

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Technical Administrator Job – Report Writing (Chemicals) – North West

Victoria Walker is currently looking to recruit a Technical Administrator to join a manufacturer of colours and additives for the polymers and plastics industry, to join their technical department in the North West.

Responsibilities:

The main roles and responsibilities of this Technical Administrator role will be to assist the technical department with the efficient procurement of raw materials and successful product formulation and analysis in order to maintain and grow sales whilst supporting the transition to Operational processes. Specifically the department is responsible for:

  • Maintaining and improving the output of the Formulations function
  • Minimising the impact of New Product Introduction on Operations processes
  • Providing a quality analytical service to support sales functions
  • Reformulating projects which are supportive of Operational processes
  • Procurement of raw materials
  • All quality functions
  • Testing raw materials
  • Investigation of customer complaints.

Purpose of role:

The main purpose of this Technical Administrator role is managing and interpreting Non Conformance Report (NCR) data in order to produce concise and professional reports which will be communicated directly to customers and relevant parties involved:

  • Producing and distributing timely, concise and accurate NCR reports to all relevant parties;
  • Management of NCR data in Oracle and Excel databases
  • Raw material regulatory data management
  • Collating NCR data from relevant sources and interpreting and summarising this data for technical reports
  • Presenting NCR findings in a concise and professional manner
  • Producing monthly report summaries of NCR activities, highlighting key issues and trends
  • Liaising with Procurement Team and directly with suppliers to ensure raw material regulatory information is accurate and validated
  • Managing raw material regulatory system to ensure compliance with Global policy
  • Support Technical and Operations Teams with any project work as required
  • Work together with Operations supporting them regarding MSDS documents and risk assessments.

Qualification & Skills:

In order to be considered for this Technical Administrator position you will be degree qualified or equivalent in an appropriate, literary subject. The following skills are needed for this role:

  • You will have exquisite report writing skills and will be able to use word processing and spread sheet programmes with ease, as well as being able to interpret data so that it is commercially presentable.
  • This role will be approximately 80% desk based and strong IT skills are required.
  • Experience of technical report writing is essential for this position, as is experience in data interpretation and analysis.
  • Knowledge and understanding of global regulatory chemical information would be a strong advantage.
  • You will have excellent verbal and written communication skills and the ability to communicate with at all levels of the organisation.
  • Knowledge of plastics legislation and the plastics industry would be advantageous.
  • Any knowledge of Six Sigma methodology would be beneficial.

How to apply:

For more information or to apply for this role Technical Administrator role please contact Victoria Walker on 0114 2839956 or email vwalker@ckscience.co.uk. Please quote reference SH22994 in all correspondence.

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Who is the candidate of the week?? Click here to see

This week’s Candidate of the Week is a Chemical Process Engineering Graduate. To find out more about this excellent candidate, please watch Graeme’s short video below:

This week’s candidate of the Week is a Chemical Process Engineering graduate who is looking for a role in the North East of England.

This Chemical Processing Engineering Graduate has 3 years experience of working on a contract basis for a number of well known global brands. His experience includes:

  • Drawing up Piping and Instrumentation Design (P&IDs).
  • Helping write basis of design, process description and has also performed equipment sizing.
  • Site experience.

This excellent candidate is available at less than 4 weeks notice and is looking a salary between £25,000 – £30,000.  Currently living in Newcastle he will consider positions as far South as Teesside.

If you would like to arrange a meeting with this experienced Process Engineer or would simply like to register a vacancy with me, please get in touch on my details below.

Graeme Pallas

CK Science, Durham

0191 384 8905

gpallas@ckscience.co.uk

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A £1m engineering award up for grabs!

As reported by the BBC, the award, named The Queen Elizabeth Prize of Engineering, will be awarded every two years for outstanding advances in engineering. The prestigious award will be launched later today at London’s Science Museum.

The award, which will be awarded to teams of up to three people, and will be awarded by the Royal Academy of Engineering and overseen by Lord John Browne, former CEO of BP. The award will also be funded by companies such as BAE Systems, Shell and GlaxoSmithKline,  Speaking of the award, Browne stated,

“Engineering underpins every aspect of our lives. As the bridge between scientific discovery and commercial application, engineering feeds and clothes us and enables us to work, travel and communicate.

“But too often the engineers behind the most brilliant innovations remain hidden. The Queen Elizabeth Prize aims to change that.”

It is hoped that the award will help boost the profile of engineering and help encourage more young people to consider it as a career path.

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