Research Biochemists – Biopharmaceuticals, based in the North East, UK

Our client, a contract R&D and manufacturing biopharmaceutical company based in the North East of England, require a number of research scientists at different levels to join their downstream purification project team. These Research Biochemist jobs are available on both a temporary and permanent basis.

As a Research Biochemist, you will work as part of a multi-disciplinary project team and be responsible for developing and scaling up processes and supporting their transfer to cGMP manufacture.

The ideal candidate for this job will have a degree in a biochemistry related subject or equivalent background  and will some experience of working in a commercial biotechnology environment. Technical knowledge and practical experience of protein purification techniques including primary harvesting, column chromatography and filtration would also be beneficial for this Research Biochemist job.

This is an excellent opportunity to join a thriving company in a fast moving environment at the heart of the therapeutic biopharmaceutical industry and will provide the successful candidates with ample potential opportunities for personal and career development.

If you would like to hear more about this Research Biochemist job, please contact Heather Deagle at CK Science on 0191 384 8905 or email hdeagle@ckscience.co.uk. Entitlement to work in the UK is essential. Please quote reference DH19130 in all correspondence.

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