Science Jobs of the Week: 02/10/2014

Here are our latest science jobs in this week 02/10/2014:

 

Wales:

Senior Stem Cell Scientist – Surrey/Wales

Facilities Manager – Surrey/Wales

Pharmaceutical Materials Manager – Surrey/Wales

Cell Therapy Head Of Manufacturing – Surrey/Wales

 

Home working:

Health Economist – Home Working

 

South East:

Programme Manager – Substrate, Print Technology – South East

Programme Manager – Substrate, Print Technology– Hampshire

Senior Polymer Chemist – Coatings, Inks, Paints – South East

Environmental H&S Advisor – Berkshire

Manufacturing Technologist – Hertfordshire

Analytical Development Scientist – Middlesex

Quality Assurance Officer – Middlesex

Product Integrity Chemist – North London

Analytical Scientist – Hertfordshire

 

North East:

QC Analyst in Billingham

 

Ireland:

QA Specialist – Ireland

 

Scotland:

Microbiologist – Grangemouth

Laboratory Technician in Aberdeen

Quality Compliance Specialist in Livingston

 

 

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Development Chemist Job (Inks) – Hertfordshire/Cambridgeshire, UK

Our client, a leading Inks Technology organisation, are currently looking for a Development Chemist to join their growing R&D Team based from their site in the Hertfordshire & Cambridgeshire region.

This is an outstanding opportunity to join a innovative Inks Technology organisation, which in return offers an attractive salary and benefits package.

Responsibilities:

Working as a Development Chemist, you will be involved in the formulation & development of the organisations specialist Inks; exploring colloid / pigment dispersion and measurement as well as scale up of laboratory formulations to manufacturing.

Person Specification:

To be considered for this Development Chemist role, you will have a degree / PhD in Chemistry, Material Science or a related discipline (or equivalent) and demonstrated experience in a Product Development function gained within an Inks industry.

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For more information or to apply for this Development Chemist role, please contact Andrew Bolton at CK Science on 01438 723 50 or email abolton@ckscience.co.uk. Entitlement to work in the EEA is essential. Please quote reference ST21442 in all correspondence.

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Printing Firm to Create 500 Jobs in Cambridge

Xaar, the printing technology company will be creating 50 new jobs over the next 12 months. The expansion comes after their latest product, Platform 3, became a bestseller.

The printing company has their headquarters on Cambridge Science Park. The jobs will be located at the factory in Huntingdon.

Platform 3 applies digital printing methods to ceramic tiles, and has taken off big time, particularly in Italy and Spain. Speaking of the products success chief executive Ian Dinwoodie stated: “Although, if you had told me a year ago this would be the market I would not have believed it. I thought it would the US.”

Xaar issues half year results in June and is currently investing £5m a year in further capacity.

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Laboratory Technician – Coatings – Scotland

Our client, a coatings manufacturer, is looking for a Laboratory Technician with a background in chemistry to join their development team based in Scotland.

As Laboratory Technician you will play an active part in developing inks and coatings for a clients based in a range of different industries.

This Laboratory Technician job will include quality testing, formulations, colour matching and dealing with customer queries and complaints. In order for the projects to be successfully carried out, you will be required to work with a number of different departments so communication  and an ability to work with different teams is paramount.

The ideal candidate for this Laboratory Technician job will be qualified to a minimum HNC in chemistry or related subject or possess equivalent industrial experience. This Laboratory Technician job also requires knowledge and understanding of polymers, coatings or inks. A UK driving licence is also desirable as the site is not served by public transport.

For more information, or to apply for this Laboratory Technician job, please contact Barney Smith on 0191 384 8905 or email bsmith@ckscience.co.uk. Please quote reference DH19477 in all correspondence.

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Development Chemist Required for Leading Specialist Inks and Coatings Manufacturer based in Scotland

Our client, a manufacturer of specialised inks and coatings based in Scotland, is currently looking for a Development Chemist to join their inks development team.

As a Development Chemist you will lead projects on new and existing inks and coatings which will involve managing them through conception to launch. This will include planning, sourcing raw materials, R&D testing, maintaining and updating technical documentation and off site technical support.

In return, you will receive an excellent benefits package including excellent working conditions, 25 days holiday (+ public holidays) and pension scheme.

The ideal candidate for this Development Chemist job will be qualified to degree level in Chemistry, or possess equivalent industrial experience, along with a proven track record in the development of coatings and inks. You must also have working knowledge of ISO standards, knowledge of experimental design and possess experience of working with a broad range of analytical instrumentation. Entitlement to work in the UK is essential.

This is a fantastic opportunity for a Development Chemist to develop their career with a leading manufacturer of specialised inks and coatings.

If you would like  to hear more about this Development Chemist job, please contact Barney Smith on 0191 384 8905 or email bsmith@ckscience.co.uk.

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