Analytical Chemistry Jobs Market – 12th July 2016

Each week, CK Science is providing a snapshot of the analytical chemistry jobs market. Over time, we aim to give you a picture of how it changes and evolves, and most importantly, how this may impact on you depending on overall demand and seasonal changes. So whether you are an Analyst looking for a new science job or an employer seeking new Chemist to join your team, we hope that this market snapshot helps you with your decision making.

Our tracking is based on each week screening some of the UKs leading vacancy boards for how many analytical chemistry jobs have been advertised within the previous week.

This summary was completed on Tuesday 12th July and relates to adverts posted for Analytical Chemists on:

  • New Scientist
  • Monster
  • CV Library
  • Emedcareers
  • Pharmiweb
  • Willey job network
  • Access Science jobs.

Our results showed that from these job boards a total of 456 chemistry jobs were published last week, with:

  • 358 permanent roles
  • 98 temporary or contract roles

There has been a 9% drop in the total number of advertised analytical chemistry jobs in the last week. This is reflected in the continued decline in permanent work, with the vast majority of UK businesses opting for interim workers whilst the dust settles, our new PM takes control and a decision is made about how the UK will establish itself post Brexit. With so many aspects of the UK’s infrastructure coping with uncertainty we are anticipating the demand for contract recruitment to continue growing over the next six months.

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Analytical Chemistry Jobs Market – 6th July 2016

Each week, CK Science is providing a snapshot of the analytical chemistry jobs market. Over time, we aim to give you a picture of how it changes and evolves, and most importantly, how this may impact on you depending on overall demand and seasonal changes. So whether you are an Analyst looking for a new science job or an employer seeking new Chemist to join your team, we hope that this market snapshot helps you with your decision making.

Our tracking is based on each week screening some of the UKs leading vacancy boards for how many analytical chemistry jobs have been advertised within the previous week.

This summary was completed on Wednesday 6th July and relates to adverts posted for Analytical Chemists on:

  • New Scientist
  • Monster
  • CV Library
  • Emedcareers
  • Pharmiweb
  • Willey job network
  • Access Science jobs.

Our results showed that from these job boards a total of 506 chemistry jobs were published last week, with:

  • 418 permanent roles
  • 83 temporary or contract roles

Scientific recruitment, despite last week’s glitch, really doesn’t seem to have been affected by the referendum results. Following last week’s decline there has been a 10% increase this week, with permanent roles growing by 11% and interim roles by 6%. Having anticipated a slow down in recruitment in response to the UK economic and political uncertainty, what has actually occurred has been small fluctuations but numbers not falling dramatically below this year’s average.

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Analytical Chemistry Jobs Market – 28th June 2016

Each week, CK Science is providing a snapshot of the analytical chemistry jobs market. Over time, we aim to give you a picture of how it changes and evolves, and most importantly, how this may impact on you depending on overall demand and seasonal changes. So whether you are an Analyst looking for a new science job or an employer seeking new Chemist to join your team, we hope that this market snapshot helps you with your decision making.

Our tracking is based on each week screening some of the UKs leading vacancy boards for how many analytical chemistry jobs have been advertised within the previous week.

This summary was completed on Tuesday 28th June and relates to adverts posted for Analytical Chemists on:

  • New Scientist
  • Monster
  • CV Library
  • Emedcareers
  • Pharmiweb
  • Willey job network
  • Access Science jobs.

Our results showed that from these job boards a total of 457 chemistry jobs were published last week, with:

  • 374 permanent roles
  • 83 temporary or contract roles

As anticipated, the result of the Brexit Referendum has had an impact on the recruitment of Analytical Chemists, with the volume of job roles dropping by over 8%. This has had a bearing on both permanent and interim roles which have dropped between 7 – 8% each. Hopefully this is a temporary glitch, and numbers will return to their normal levels over the next few weeks. We will continue tracking and will report back next week..

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Analytical Chemistry Jobs Market – 21st June 2016

Each week, CK Science is providing a snapshot of the analytical chemistry jobs market. Over time, we aim to give you a picture of how it changes and evolves, and most importantly, how this may impact on you depending on overall demand and seasonal changes. So whether you are an Analyst looking for a new science job or an employer seeking new Chemist to join your team, we hope that this market snapshot helps you with your decision making.

Our tracking is based on each week screening some of the UKs leading vacancy boards for how many analytical chemistry jobs have been advertised within the previous week.

This summary was completed on Tuesday 21st June and relates to adverts posted for Analytical Chemists on:

  • New Scientist
  • Monster
  • CV Library
  • Emedcareers
  • Pharmiweb
  • Willey job network
  • Access Science jobs.

Our results showed that from these job boards a total of 500 chemistry jobs were published last week, with:

  • 410 permanent roles
  • 90 temporary or contract roles

There has been a 6% growth in the number of advertised chemical analyst roles in the last week, with permanent roles growing 13% which is the opposite of the behaviours we are tracking within our other CK divisions.

The fluctuating trend that has been evolving over the last few months implies a degree of inconsistency in the market, but it is still a sign that some industries in the UK haven’t completely paused ahead of the Brexit vote.

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Analytical Chemistry Jobs Market – 14th June 2016

Each week, CK Science is providing a snapshot of the analytical chemistry jobs market. Over time, we aim to give you a picture of how it changes and evolves, and most importantly, how this may impact on you depending on overall demand and seasonal changes. So whether you are an Analyst looking for a new science job or an employer seeking new Chemist to join your team, we hope that this market snapshot helps you with your decision making.

Our tracking is based on each week screening some of the UKs leading vacancy boards for how many analytical chemistry jobs have been advertised within the previous week.

This summary was completed on Tuesday 14th June and relates to adverts posted for Analytical Chemists on:

  • New Scientist
  • Monster
  • CV Library
  • Emedcareers
  • Pharmiweb
  • Willey job network
  • Access Science jobs.

Our results showed that from these job boards a total of 471 chemistry jobs were published last week, with:

  • 361 permanent roles
  • 110 temporary or contract roles

The demand for Analytical Chemistry candidates declined this week, with a 10% drop across both permanent and contract roles. This is reflective of all the market trends we have seen emerging and we continue to believe that the EU decision is the cause. We know that employers are being more hesitant and are naturally putting further expenditure decisions on hold until they have a firmer grasp of what the future holds.

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Analytical Chemistry Jobs Market – 7th June 2016

Each week, CK Science is providing a snapshot of the analytical chemistry jobs market. Over time, we aim to give you a picture of how it changes and evolves, and most importantly, how this may impact on you depending on overall demand and seasonal changes. So whether you are an Analyst looking for a new science job or an employer seeking new Chemist to join your team, we hope that this market snapshot helps you with your decision making.

Our tracking is based on each week screening some of the UKs leading vacancy boards for how many analytical chemistry jobs have been advertised within the previous week.

This summary was completed on Monday 7th June and relates to adverts posted for Analytical Chemists on:

  • New Scientist
  • Monster
  • CV Library
  • Emedcareers
  • Pharmiweb
  • Willey job network
  • Access Science jobs.

Our results showed that from these job boards a total of 518 Chemistry jobs were published last week, with:

  • 396 permanent roles
  • 122 temporary or contract roles

Contrary to our prediction, Analytical Chemist jobs have actually grown this week rather than continue the downward trend we had anticipated. The total number of jobs has increased by 8%, which has facilitated growth in both contract and permanent roles. With the referendum only weeks ago, it may not have the negative impact we first though!

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Analytical Chemistry Jobs Market – 23rd May 2016

Each week, CK Science is providing a snapshot of the analytical chemistry jobs market. Over time, we aim to give you a picture of how it changes and evolves, and most importantly, how this may impact on you depending on overall demand and seasonal changes. So whether you are an Analyst looking for a new science job or an employer seeking new Chemist to join your team, we hope that this market snapshot helps you with your decision making.

Our tracking is based on each week screening some of the UKs leading vacancy boards for how many analytical chemistry jobs have been advertised within the previous week.

This summary was completed on Monday 23rd May and relates to adverts posted for Analytical Chemists on:

  • New Scientist
  • Monster
  • CV Library
  • Emedcareers
  • Pharmiweb
  • Willey job network
  • Access Science jobs.

Our results showed that from these job boards a total of 477 Chemistry jobs were published last week, with:

  • 363 permanent roles
  • 114 temporary or contract roles

This week we have tracked a small uplift in the number of scientific jobs being advertised. These roles are predominantly contract and temporary positions, which implies that science recruitment is following the same trend CK is tracking in its other divisions.

We have identified a pattern of behaviour that we are attributing to the upcoming Brexit Referendum and the uncertainty around the UK’s future. As such, CK clients are opting to recruit contract staff rather than commit to permanent expansion of their workforce, thereby safe guarding them against whatever decision comes from the vote. As the results are not due until 23-24 June, we foresee this continuing for the coming weeks.

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Analytical Chemistry Jobs Market – 16th May 2016

Each week, CK Science is providing a snapshot of the analytical chemistry jobs market. Over time, we aim to give you a picture of how it changes and evolves, and most importantly, how this may impact on you depending on overall demand and seasonal changes. So whether you are an Analyst looking for a new science job or an employer seeking new Chemist to join your team, we hope that this market snapshot helps you with your decision making.

Our tracking is based on each week screening some of the UKs leading vacancy boards for how many analytical chemistry jobs have been advertised within the previous week.

This summary was completed on Monday 16th May and relates to adverts posted for Analytical Chemists on:

  • New Scientist
  • Monster
  • CV Library
  • Emedcareers
  • Pharmiweb
  • Willey job network
  • Access Science jobs.

Our results showed that from these job boards a total of 461 Chemistry jobs were published last week, with:

  • 378 permanent roles
  • 83 temporary or contract roles

There has been an almost insignificant change in the total number of science jobs this week. In fact there has been a greater variation in the number of permanent and temporary vacancies, with contract roles reducing by eight, and permanent jobs growing by seven.

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Analytical Chemistry Jobs Market – 9th May 2016

Each week, CK Science is providing a snapshot of the analytical chemistry jobs market. Over time, we aim to give you a picture of how it changes and evolves, and most importantly, how this may impact on you depending on overall demand and seasonal changes. So whether you are an Analyst looking for a new science job or an employer seeking new Chemist to join your team, we hope that this market snapshot helps you with your decision making.

Our tracking is based on each week screening some of the UKs leading vacancy boards for how many analytical chemistry jobs have been advertised within the previous week.

This summary was completed on Monday 9th May and relates to adverts posted for Analytical Chemists on:

  • New Scientist
  • Monster
  • CV Library
  • Emedcareers
  • Pharmiweb
  • Willey job network
  • Access Science jobs.

Our results showed that from these job boards a total of 462 Chemistry jobs were published last week, with:

  • 371 permanent roles
  • 91 temporary or contract roles

The fluctuating market place that has established itself over the last eight weeks, has continued this week with a small 8% decline in the last week. Whilst this is a nominal reduction, it has resulted in there being 10% fewer permanent and contract vacancies advertised. However, based on our recent records, this should change again next week!

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Analytical Chemistry Jobs Market – 2nd May 2016

Each week, CK Science is providing a snapshot of the analytical chemistry jobs market. Over time, we aim to give you a picture of how it changes and evolves, and most importantly, how this may impact on you depending on overall demand and seasonal changes. So whether you are an Analyst looking for a new science job or an employer seeking new Chemist to join your team, we hope that this market snapshot helps you with your decision making.

Our tracking is based on each week screening some of the UKs leading vacancy boards for how many analytical chemistry jobs have been advertised within the previous week.

This summary was completed on Monday 2nd May and relates to adverts posted for Analytical Chemists on:

  • New Scientist
  • Monster
  • CV Library
  • Emedcareers
  • Pharmiweb
  • Willey job network
  • Access Science jobs.

Our results showed that from these job boards a total of 517 Chemistry jobs were published last week, with:

  • 414 permanent roles
  • 103 temporary or contract roles

Last week there was a small increase in the number of science jobs which brings the total number closer to the average formed throughout 2016. This increase was reflected in a growth in permanent roles, which grew from 387 to 414 whereas contract roles declined slightly.

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Science Job of the week: 09/05/2016

This week’s chosen job of the week is an Analytical Scientist job. This has been selected as it is:

  • An exciting new role to join a rapidly growing research and development company located in Stirling on a permanent basis.
  • This client is offering an opportunity to be involved in transforming In Vitro Diagnostic testing and provide next generation healthcare.
  • Competitive salary –  up to £35,000 depending on experience.
  • Looking for an excellent candidate with strong knowledge and experience of HPLC/UPLC, MS, UV-Vis and related wet chemistry techniques.
  • The main purpose of this role is to validate and develop suitable analytical methods for raw materials, in process intermediates and final manufactured assay reagents.  You will work closely with R&D Scientists to ensure relevant analytical test methods complete successful technical transfer, and meet new product launch deadlines.

Find out more about this Analytical Scientist job here

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Common job hunting and interviewing mistakes

If you are a seeking advice on how to find your dream job and how to prepare for an interview you will come across countless articles covering the areas you need to concentrate on, including:

  • How to plan for your search
  • How to use social media to find a new pharmaceutical job
  • How to get the most out of your scientific recruitment agency
  • Researching the company you are interviewing with
  • Planning your journey
  • Test questions
  • Dress to impress

However, despite all the tips and advice that is available, there are still common mistakes made by job seekers and interviewees. Click here to find out what they are

Or if you are looking for more job seeking advice or interview tips click here to visit our career zone

 

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What are the top pharmaceutical jobs?

The pharmaceutical industry is massive. Ill-health and disease steals tens of millions of lives every year, so a lot of money is invested in the search for new drugs. Many people enter the pharmaceutical industry because they want to make a difference, but it is useful to remember that many pharmaceutical jobs are also very well paid.

The sector is predicted to continue growing over the next five years. The continued development of strategic new drugs and therapeutic vaccines presents great opportunities for scientists and sales reps alike, so if you are considering a career in the pharmaceutical industry, the future looks bright.

Here is a list of the five top pharmaceutical jobs.

1. Biotechnology Senior Research Scientist

Senior research scientists are at the top of their game. They are responsible for managing research projects, making applications for research funding, reporting back on research findings, and keeping a close eye on new technologies. A familiarity with software development and IT is also desirable in the high-tech world of today. To reach this level within a pharmaceutical company, you need to have a broad skillset, which includes project management experience as well as plenty of time served in clinical research.

2. Research Scientists

Research scientists work in the laboratory or out in the field. To qualify for a position as a research scientist, you will need to have experience of laboratory procedures, including setting up and monitoring experiments. Research scientists typically write the proposals for research funding, so excellent writing skills are required, as well as the ability to present findings clearly and concisely.

3. Field Sales Reps

Field sales reps may not have experience of working in a laboratory setting, but they do need to have a thorough understanding of the products they sell. Sales reps are responsible for selling a pharmaceutical company’s products to new and existing customers. Excellent social skills are essential. If you are good at your job, your earnings potential will be very high.

4. Pharmaceutical Financial Analyst

The pharmaceuticals industry is first and foremost a business. Pharmaceutical companies are in the game to make money – serious money – so financial analysts are employed to make sure the business is stable and profitable. Your job is to advise management on which investments are likely to be the most profitable, as well as the areas where cost savings can be made. Pharmaceutical financial analysts will normally have a background in finance rather than pharmaceuticals.

5. Pharmacist

A career as a pharmacist is generally seen as less attractive than medicine, but if you want to be at the cutting edge of pharmaceutical technology whilst retaining a degree of patient interaction, this is the career for you. To get your foot in the door, look for summer internships or placements, as these will give the experience required once you have graduated from university.

Jobs in the pharmaceuticals industry are highly sought after and competition is fierce. You will need the right qualifications and an undergraduate degree in a relevant discipline is essential for research-based careers.

 

For advice on how to plan your pharmaceutical job search click here

 

 

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How to feel less busy

CK Science’s Sarah Farrow has become increasingly aware of how stress and anxiety is becoming a common ailment due to increased demands on our time and working in high pressured environments.

To help combat these issues Sarah has composed an advice article aimed at providing invaluable tips and techniques that will help you feel less busy and become more productive.

These tips include things such as:

  • Managing your times into blocks
  • Ignoring your emails
  • Learning to say no
  • And the most difficult challenge, managing your ‘to-do’ list

Click here to read the article in full

 

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CK Group launch new website today

The new CK Group site, which is live as of today, merges our four recruitment divisions and our Real World Evidence CRO together for the first time using our fresh new branding. The site and brand has been designed to reflect the core purpose of the business ‘to be the best provider of staffing and outsourcing services to the science and technology community’.

The new website will provide a gateway to current and potential clients to gain a greater understanding of the services we provide and the quality of service we aim to deliver.

Released in time to celebrate our 25th year in life science recruitment, the website highlights how far the organisation has come. Since it was established in 1991 by Ashley Kirk and Liam O’Connell the company has been committed to forming a strong, original, visual impression, starting with our first logo.

With an innovative Senior Management Team at the helm who are prepared to challenge the market place and invest in the future, the CK brand has been able to evolve to reflect the values of the business. So it is with great excitement we release our new brand and website

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Jonathan Hart-Smith, Managing Director of CK Group, said, “Customer service is key to the CK Group so we are always looking at ways to improve our customers’ experience. Whether it’s through a dedicated account manager or a user friendly site, we like to add value wherever we can. I feel our new website captures that perfectly and will ensure our customer relationships stay fresh and continue to go from strength to strength.”

To find more about the CK Group service and to visit our new website click here

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Analytical Chemistry Jobs Market – 18th April 2016

Each week, CK Science is providing a snapshot of the analytical chemistry jobs market. Over time, we aim to give you a picture of how it changes and evolves, and most importantly, how this may impact on you depending on overall demand and seasonal changes. So whether you are an Analyst looking for a new science job or an employer seeking new Chemist to join your team, we hope that this market snapshot helps you with your decision making.

Our tracking is based on each week screening some of the UKs leading vacancy boards for how many analytical chemistry jobs have been advertised within the previous week.

This summary was completed on Monday 18th April and relates to adverts posted for Analytical Chemists on:

  • New Scientist
  • Monster
  • CV Library
  • Emedcareers
  • Pharmiweb
  • Willey job network
  • Access Science jobs.

Our results showed that from these job boards a total of 572 Analytical Chemistry vacancies were published last week, with:

  • 391 permanent roles
  • 181 temporary or contract roles

There has been a small increase in the volume of roles within the science jobs market over the last week, continuing the upward trend we have seen over the last couple of weeks. More surprisingly the greater fluctuation has been between permanent and contract roles with permanent seeing a drop of 15%, whereas temporary jobs grew by 77%. If this continues next week we will need to explore why this trend is emerging.

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Analytical Chemistry Jobs Market – 11th April 2016

Each week, CK Science is providing a snapshot of the analytical chemistry jobs market. Over time, we aim to give you a picture of how it changes and evolves, and most importantly, how this may impact on you depending on overall demand and seasonal changes. So whether you are an Analyst looking for a new science job or an employer seeking new Chemist to join your team, we hope that this market snapshot helps you with your decision making.

Our tracking is based on each week screening some of the UKs leading vacancy boards for how many analytical chemistry jobs have been advertised within the previous week.

This summary was completed on Monday 11th April and relates to adverts posted for Analytical Chemists on:

  • New Scientist
  • Monster
  • CV Library
  • Emedcareers
  • Pharmiweb
  • Willey job network
  • Access Science jobs.

Our results showed that from these job boards a total of 562 Analytical Chemistry vacancies were published last week, with:

  • 460 permanent roles
  • 102 temporary or contract roles

Following last week’s sharp decline in numbers we are pleased to see that the number of science jobs has increased this week. Both permanent and contract jobs have increased, with contract / temporary roles increasing by a 100%! Now that the new tax year has begun and the Easter holidays finished, we hope to see this upturn continuing.

If you are looking for a new science job please search our vacancies

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Finding the right candidates for science recruitment

Selecting the right candidates for science recruitment necessitates a lot of time and effort. It can be a challenging process. Putting into place a comprehensive recruitment strategy is essential to ensure any potential risk is eliminated when introducing new employees to the workplace.

We have written some advice to help guide your through the interview process.

Click here to read in full

 

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Analytical Chemistry Jobs Market – 4th April 2016

Each week, CK Science is providing a snapshot of the analytical chemistry jobs market. Over time, we aim to give you a picture of how it changes and evolves, and most importantly, how this may impact on you depending on overall demand and seasonal changes. So whether you are an Analyst looking for a new science job or an employer seeking new Chemist to join your team, we hope that this market snapshot helps you with your decision making.

Our tracking is based on each week screening some of the UKs leading vacancy boards for how many analytical chemistry jobs have been advertised within the previous week.

This summary was completed on Monday 4th April and relates to adverts posted for Analytical Chemists on:

  • New Scientist
  • Monster
  • CV Library
  • Emedcareers
  • Pharmiweb
  • Willey job network
  • Access Science jobs.

Our results showed that from these job boards a total of 400 Analytical Chemistry vacancies were published last week, with:

  • 349 permanent roles
  • 51 temporary or contract roles

There has been a sharp decline in the volume of analytical chemistry jobs posted in the last week, with over 30% fewer roles available. As both permanent and temporary job volumes down our best explanation is the combination of Easter holidays and the final week of the tax year. However, we should be able to tell if this is the case in next week’s report.

If you are looking for a new science job please search our vacancies

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Analytical Chemistry Jobs Market – 28th March 2016

Each week, CK Science is providing a snapshot of the analytical chemistry jobs market. Over time, we aim to give you a picture of how it changes and evolves, and most importantly, how this may impact on you depending on overall demand and seasonal changes. So whether you are an Analyst looking for a new science job or an employer seeking new Chemist to join your team, we hope that this market snapshot helps you with your decision making.

Our tracking is based on each week screening some of the UKs leading vacancy boards for how many analytical chemistry jobs have been advertised within the previous week.

This summary was completed on Monday 28th March and relates to adverts posted for Analytical Chemists on:

  • New Scientist
  • Monster
  • CV Library
  • Emedcareers
  • Pharmiweb
  • Willey job network
  • Access Science jobs.

Our results showed that from these job boards a total of 594 Analytical Chemistry vacancies were published last week, with:

  • 496 permanent roles
  • 98 temporary or contract roles

There has been a small uplift in the number of Analytical Chemistry jobs advertised this week, with 53 additional permanent roles and 22 contract. With just week’s left until the end of the financial tax year, this could be a sign that some organisations have been given early access to next year’s recruitment budget.

If you are looking for a new science job please search our vacancies

 

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