Getting some industry experience over the summer period will make your details stand out and will put your CV above the rest when you finally finish your studies and are looking to start a career in science. Katherine Robinson, who looks after Temporary Recruitment in the South East office, has temporary laboratory assistant contracts available in the biotechnology, chemical and environmental industries. Click here to view our current summer science jobs.
This month CK Science has seen an influx of scientific job vacancies from all over Scotland, from chemist roles associated with the offshore oil industry in and around Aberdeen to marine biochemists based on the beautiful, mountainous West Coast and a host of QA, analytical and engineering roles throughout the Central Belt of Scotland. It’s a great place to live and work and the quality of life is second to none. Never thought of living in Scotland before? Maybe now’s the time. Give us a call on 01913848905 for more information, or to talk with an experienced recruitment consultant about your future career in science. We have many other jobs throughout the UK that might also be of interest.Click here to see our science jobs in Scotland
Congratulations! Exams are over and you now have a qualification in Science! Now what… Mum and Dad will soon be on your back wanting to know when you will get a “proper” science graduate job and those uni debts need clearing. There is only one thing for it – get a job. And since you spent 3 to 6 years of your life in the laboratory, why not use your new science qualification. CK Science always have a number science jobs that would be suitable for graduates. Ajay Patel, Manager of the CK Science office in the Southern branch currently has many jobs for science graduates , click here to see some vacancies
CK Science are seeing an increased demand for scientist with analytical skills gained in a laboratory. The UK science industry is still experiencing a skills shortage and can offer a rewarding career in science for those willing to seek a challenging and interesting role. To see some of our current UK analytical jobs click here
CK Science is currently handling an exciting vacancy for an Associate Director in Medicinal Chemistry. Our client is looking for someone with a PhD, and demonstrable experience preferably gained at more than one organisation and a strong supervisory background. The role will involve working within multi therapeutic areas, leading your team in drug discovery, project management and leading the scientific direction of the group. For more information on this and other vacancies click here
The Medical Research Council is to receive government investment towards a £197 million new building. This Cambridge based biotechnology company is currently carrying out research into monoclonal antibodies to treat asthma. Previous antibody research has resulted in the generation of cancer drugs such as Herceptin.This facility has produced 13 Nobel Prize winners and is where DNA coding was first unravelled. The new investment will go towards areas such as Neurobiology.
We have many roles available within the biotechnology sector. Please follow this link to view current vacancies
We are working with a number of environmental companies and are now recruiting heavily for Chemists with experience or a desire to work in Water Testing. Opportunities exist at a number of companies across the South East and South Coast of England. For more information about these vacancies please Click here
During the last 5 years we have seen a steady increase in global interest in stem cell research, and there now appears to be a number of of start-up companies in Europe and the UK with expansion plans over the next 24 months. These organisations will compliment the well known established UK companies who are leading players in the stem cell field. People with cell culture experience, clean room and GMP should be more in demand over the coming year. CK Science are recruiting for a number of clients in these areas. To see a selection of current cell culture jobs click here
The Royal Society of Chemistry Biological and Medicinal Chemistry Sector is organising a conference on 11 June 2008 at the University of Liverpool. . This one-day meeting aims to consider real case histories and how experts addressed issues across the DMPK-Medicinal Chemistry interface. Click here for more information.
DMPK Vacancies at CK Science
Here at CK Science we are currently looking for DMPK Team Leaders to develop new analytical procedures on pre-development and current compounds and their metabolites. Click here to find out more