Rare Disease Day is a global observance held on the last day of February to raise awareness for rare diseases. One of the aims of bringing attention to rare diseases is to improve and develop the treatments and support that are available for people affected by rare conditions. The first Rare Disease Day was observed on February 29 2008 because February 29 is the rarest day in the calendar.
We have an excellent opportunity for someone with a background in QC Analysis to join a global Chemical company with a major presence in the UK. This role involves nights and weekend shifts. Your main responsibility in this QC Analyst role will be to provide analytical services for the analysis of finished products, highlighting and […]
The Irish economy has turned full circle over the last 10 years, from the failing Celtic Tiger in the aftermath of the global economic crisis, to one of the fastest growing global economies – particularly in the STEM sectors. The life sciences and medical devices industries, in particular, are to the forefront of this growth […]
We have an exciting opportunity for an experienced Site Chemist to join a hazardous waste management company based in Merseyside. This role would suit someone who loves to be outdoors.
We have some amazing opportunities for Principal Scientists with expertise in Downstream Operations and/or Upstream Operations. We are currently recruiting for a fast-growing and leading global Contract Development and Manufacturing Organisation in the biopharmaceutical industry at their site in Teesside.
Are you interested in Assay Development? Would you like to progress to work as Assay Development Scientist? Or are you not sure of what this role involves? Our latest 'A day in the life of' article could be just for you.
Thank you to all who took part in our Temp Survey that ran for the last six months of 2018. Thanks to the great response, we have been able to gain a deeper understanding of the temporary recruitment market. We are currently in the process of turning the results in to an infographic. A big congratulations to Ryan Parker from […]
The Republic of Ireland is often overlooked as a potential location to seek employment, especially for those seeking employment within the UK. Here are just 10 of the many reasons to relocate Ireland and boost your career.
If you are feeling the January blues and are particularly interested in a fulfilling career within the scientific and clinical industry, as with any goal, the first step to success is organization and planning. Here are our top five things you should consider whilst looking for your new job.
We have an exciting opportunity for a Shift QC Analyst to join a leading global chemical solutions provider. The role is an initial 3 month contract with a competitive salary. The role is based at our client's Duxford site, just south of Cambridge.
In the current challenging candidate driven market, recruiting the best candidates is harder than ever. Whereas previously companies had to make no effort to recruit the best talent, in 2019 it’s a very different game. To give you a head start here are the top recruitment trends to look out for this year, and some advice on how we can help you implement them.
An exciting opportunity has arisen for an experienced Quality Manager with expertise within the Pharmaceutical industry. Our client is a leading global pharmaceutical and consumer goods manufacturer based in the UK. The company has over 100 years’ experience of manufacturing health and beauty products which are sold globally.
Ireland in the 21st century has become a global leader within the technology sectors attracting massive amounts of foreign investment, far outstripping growth in these areas of many of their EU neighbours.
This is an exciting opportunity for a Lab Assistant to join a global healthcare company who have three world-leading businesses that research, develop and manufacture innovative pharmaceutical medicines.
With the political climate constantly changing on a daily basis, uncertainty of what will happen in 2019 is making planning a challenging task for many companies in the science and clinical sector. But planning for your recruitment strategy doesn’t have to be so arduous. Whilst uncertainty looms upon us, why not opt for a more flexible recruitment model?
Are you a Laboratory Manager looking to take the next step in your career? Or are you a Head of Laboratory keen to move into research? If this sounds like you, we have a fantastic opportunity for a Head of Laboratory Services to join a renowned charity on a 12 month contract.
As part of our careers advice series with New Scientist Jobs, Victoria Walker who is a specialist in recruitment in the chemical industry has created her top tips to starting a career in chemistry and to where this could potentially take you. Take a look here:
This week we have an opportunity for an experienced GC-MS Analyst to join an internationally renowned organisation with one of the largest networks of analytical testing laboratories in the world, based in Sunbury.
Do you have a careers fair coming up? Come prepared and enhance your chances of gaining a job with our top tips to help you make a lasting impression.
The CK Group recently attended and presented at the KellyOCG Autumn Supplier Forum in Paris at the end of October. The bi-annual event was attended by over 120 professionals in the life science and recruitment sectors and covered a broad range of issues relating to the ever changing search for talent in the increasing complex […]