Senior Microbiologist – Personal Care

Senior Microbiologist – Personal Care
A well established and leading research company within the pharmaceutical and healthcare industry are seeking an expert senior microbiologist, ideally specialising in personal care. This Microbiology job is based at the company’s state of the art premises in leafy Surrey and has excellent connections to London.
This rare and exciting Microbiology job will provide you with the opportunity to work with state of the art technology, to design your own Microbiological experiments, and to develop strong links with Universities and Trade Associations. This is a great chance to further your personal and professional development.
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On a day-to-day basis you will be responsible for the following:
• Providing microbiological input into technical compliance issues.
• Lead research of new microbiological methods.
• Must have a proven knowledge of R&D processes and regulatory issues.
• Providing microbiological input into New Product Development project teams at all stages of the product development and method transfer process to a high scientific standard.
• Independently designing experiments and carrying out scientific work with an awareness of state-of-the-art technology.
• Training yourself and others in technology and laboratory responsibilities.
If you believe you are the right person for this innovative role, please call Julie on 0845 034202 or apply online at, quoting reference no. 18605.
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Keywords: Microbiologist, microbiology, personal care, product development.

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