Microbiologist – Blackpool

Hannah Oakley is recruiting for a Microbiologist to be based in Blackpool at a leading medical device organisation.

In this role, your main function will be to carry out microbiological and environmental tests to ensure that the ongoing production is up to standard. You will also need to ensure that the cGMP principles and that all procedures comply with the appropriate industry directives.

This role requires you to have a BSc within a scientific discipline as a minimum, alongside experience within the microbiological field.

For more information on this role, please click here

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How to build a career in the stem cell sector

Have you ever considered a career in the stem cell sector of the biotechnology industry? Stem cell is a truly exciting area where many companies are receiving funding and are investing in.

As part of our Biotechnology campaign, Jason Johal speaks in this video about why the stem cell sector is a brilliant area to work in. He also gives you tips and advice on how to build a career in the stem cell sector, where the majority of businesses are located and the types of skills employers are looking for.

 

Watch Jason’s short video here

 

To find out more about this campaign or other sectors of the biotechnology industry click here

 

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Microbiologist Job in Tyne and Wear, County Durham

Barney Smith at CK Science is currently recruiting for a Microbiologist to join a pharmaceutical company based in the Tyne and Wear and County Durham on a permanent basis.

Microbiologist Job Description:

As a Microbiologist you will be responsible for taking environmental swabs, plate culturing, passive and active air sampling, cell culture and microbe monitoring using catylase and oxydase tests.  You will also be responsible for maintenance and upkeep of QA procedures.

 

Qualifications, Skills and Experience:

As a microbiologist you will have the following skills and experience:

  • Degree qualified in microbiology or related subject or possess equivalent industrial experience
  • A proven track record working in an aseptic laboratory as a microbiologist within a GMP environment

This is an excellent opportunity to join an established and successful pharmaceutical company with ample scope for career progression and development.

 

How to Apply:

Barney Smith is recruiting for a Microbiologist Job in Tyne and Wear, County Durham, UK

Please contact Barney for more details.

Click here to apply online now.

For more information or to apply for this Microbiologist position please contact Barney Smith on 0191 384 8905 or email your CV to bsmith@ckclinical.co.uk. Please quote reference DH24734 in all correspondence.

 

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Analytical Chemist, Biotechnology–North of England

Heather Deagle at CK Science is currently recruiting for several Analytical Chemist’s (more senior roles available too) to join a major biotechnology company at their site in the North East of England. These roles will be on a temporary contract for initially 6-12 months with a strong possibility of becoming permanent.

Skills required:

The ideal candidate for this Analytical Chemist role will have proven experience in working in an analytical laboratory type role involving method qualification or validation, release testing of drug substances or stability testing.

Qualifications:

The successful candidate for this Analytical Chemist role ideally will be qualified to Degree level or similar in a relevant scientific discipline and have some experience gained with in a GMP setting.

How to apply:

Apply online for this role

For more information or to apply for this Analytical Chemist role please contact Heather Deagle at CK Science on 0191 384 8905 or email hdeagle@cksicience.co.uk. Please quote reference DH23844 in all correspondence.

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Soil researchers discover a microbe of global agricultural significance

As reported by Scientist Live, microbiologists at the University of Aberdeen have shed new light on the understanding of how ammonia-based fertilisers are inactivated by microorganisms in soil.

Billions of pounds are spent annually on nitrogen fertilisers to support crop production to feed the world’s population. Ammonia-oxidising’ microbes rapidly convert ammonia to nitrate, which is washed out of the soil before it reaches crops for which it is intended. This leads to losses to farmers estimated at over $15 billion per year and nitrate-polluted drinking water.

Over the past hundred years, all strains cultivated have only grown in standard laboratory conditions at higher, neutral pH, and not in acidic conditions.

Research performed at the University of Aberdeen has identified a novel organism which performs the process of ammonia oxidation in acidic conditions, and has also demonstrated that this organism is abundant and globally distributed in acidic soils.

A large part of this work involved the analysis of soils from the Scottish Agricultural College’s Craibstone Estate outside Aberdeen, to recognise the importance of the site from which the organisms were obtained, and the university at which the microbe was first cultivated, the new organism has been named Nitrosotalea devanaterra, which means an ammonia-oxidising ‘rod’ from soil in Aberdeen, incorporating Devana, the Roman name for Aberdeen. It is part of the Domain of microbes known as Archaea.

The research team has now been awarded a £0.5 million, 3.5-year research grant by the Natural Environment Research Council to investigate the highly unusual physiology of Nitrosotalea devanaterra and to find out more about its potential role in the loss of ammonia-based fertilisers and nitrous oxide gas emissions from soil!

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Microbiology Analyst – North East

Heather Deagle is currently recruiting for a Microbiology Analyst to join a large pharmaceutical company to work on an initially temporary six month contract covering maternity leave.

Responsibilities:

As a Microbiology Analyst working to strict cGMP, the successful candidate will be responsible for:

  • Performing and environmental monitoring of the clean room facilities on site
  • Sampling and analysis of the quality water systems
  • Ensuring that media and reagents are tested and approved within required timelines.

Qualifications:

The ideal candidate for this Microbiology Analyst role will have a degree, HNC or similar in a microbiology or life science based subject with proven experience of ingram stain, biochemical identification, endotoxin testing and environmental monitoring.

How to apply:

For more information or to apply for this Microbiology Analyst role please contact Heather Deagle on 0191 384 8905 or email hdeagle@ckscience.co.uk. Please quote reference DH23419 in all correspondence.

                                                     Click here to apply online now!

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Microbiology Analyst – Merseyside

Naynesh Mistry is looking for a Microbiology Analyst to join a global manufacturer of pharmaceutical and veterinary medicine products company based in Merseyside

Description of the role:

The successful candidate for this Microbiology Analyst role will have a clear understanding of and the ability to work within, strict cGMP guidelines in a busy pharmaceutical Quality Control Lab and will be experienced in the following:

  • Analysis of bio burden and endotoxin present in water, steam and products (powder and aqueous)
  • Identification of microorganisms using standard identification techniques eg Vitek and API
  • Environmental monitoring of ISO Class 8 and 9 Cleanrooms
  • Growth and maintenance of microbiological cultures
  • Preparation and sterilisation of microbiological media
  • Possess excellent written and verbal communication skills

Qualification:

The ideal candidate for this Microbiology Analyst role should hold an honours degree in Microbiology (2:1 or above, or Equivalent) and have strong proven industrial experience gained in a GMP pharmaceutical manufacturing environment.  They should also have experience of Smartlab

How to apply:

For more information or to apply for this Microbiology Analyst role please contact Naynesh Mistry on 0114 2839956 or email nmistry@ckscience.co.uk. Please quote reference SH23118 in all correspondence.

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Temporary Microbiologist – West Midlands

Hannah Milward is currently recruiting for a Microbiologist to join a life sciences company at their site in the West Midlands.  

The company:

The company are looking to recruit a Microbiologist for an initial duration of 3 months, they operate internationally, to provide a comprehensive range of analytical support services drawing on the latest developments in biotechnology.  The Group specialises in delivering analytical testing services to clients from a wide range of industries including the pharmaceutical, food and environmental sectors.

The role:

This Microbiologist role will involve laboratory support and testing of samples. 

Skills required:

The ideal candidate for this Microbiologist role will have a background in science ideally microbiology. They will also have knowledge of ISO & UKAS as well.

How to apply:

For more information or to apply for this Microbiologist role please contact Hannah Milward on 0114 2839956 or email hmilward@ckscience.co.uk.  Please quote reference SH23088 in all correspondence.

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CK Science Sponsor Kilimanjaro Climb

Mount_Kilimanjaro_2007CK Science, the leading specialist scientific recruitment consultancy, will be sponsoring a charity climb up Kilimanjaro.

The climb has been organised to raise money and awareness for children’s hospice, Hope House in Oswestry. It takes over £4million each year to run the hospice and they are currently caring for over 320 terminally ill children and their families. This doesn’t just include the physical, psychological and spiritual care for the children affected, but also bereavement support, in all its forms, for the siblings and other family members left behind. Hope House also offers bereavement services to the larger community, helping a wide number of children over an extremely traumatic time in their lives. At this time 93 families are receiving post bereavement support.

DSCF0965Hope House currently received only £300,000 of funding from the government each year and the other £3,700,000 is raised by events such as this.

It is hoped that the Kilimanjaro climb will raise a minimum of £4,000. This money will go a small way to help the staff of Hope House ease the final days of terminally ill children.

If you would like to make a donation, please go to www.justgiving.com and search under TRUDY KEDDIE.

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GSK to Commit £500 Million to UK Biopharmaceutical Manufacturing Plant

 

The world-class pharmaceutical company, GlaxoSmithKline (GSK), is set to spend £500 million on a new state-of-the-art biopharmaceutical manufacturing plant and on improving its facility in Ware, Hertfordshire. The move comes after a pre-Budget report reduced the rate of Corporation Tax on 10pc on income arising from UK patents.

It seems that over the past few months, GSK and the drug industry have been in talks with the government about the proposal, which has been labeled a “patent box”. Speaking of the ‘patent box’, Andrew Witty, chief executive of GSK, said: “The patent box is exactly the sort of active, long-term and creative support that we need from the Government to ensure that the UK remains an attractive place for highly skilled sectors such as pharmaceuticals. For GSK, assuming the new regime will apply to patents currently under development it will have the immediate impact of making the UK a priority area for future investments, particularly in manufacturing.”

There is much speculation regarding the location of the biopharma site, but Stevenage, Ulverston and Barnard Castle, where the company has existing sites, are all in the running. Products that could be developed there include Arzerra, for leukaemia, and Syncria, for type 2 diabetes.

This investment is GSK’s largest in the UK for at least a decade and highlights the impact that the new tax regime could have on companies investing in research and development. To read more about this story, please visit the Telegraph website.

CK Science is proud to assist world-class pharmaceutical companies such as GSK to recruit talented individuals. To search for your next science job, please click here.

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CK Science Launch New Website to Help Jobseekers in the Scientific Industry

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CK Science, the leading scientific recruitment agency, are proud to unveil our new look website: https://ckscience.co.uk.

Speaking of the launch of the new CK Science website, Ashley Kirk, Director, stated, ‘We are really excited about the launch of our new website. We are confident the site will ensure that CK Science continue to find the best people for each and every scientific vacancy we handle.’

The website has been redesigned with the aim of helping our candidates to get the perfect science job for them. The new site provides jobseekers in the scientific industry with improved usability, enabling you to search and apply for jobs in the industry easily and quickly. To search for jobs, click here. If you are actively looking for a job in science, you will find many handy hints on our new website to help you along the way, including CV writing tips, interview tips and preparation.

As well as an improved user experience for jobseekers, our new and improved site will also prove to be a useful resource for clients and employers within the scientific industry. The site provides you with comprehensive information about the recruitment services we provide. You will also find valuable advice covering the following topics: interview advice, writing a job description, writing a person specification.

Catherine Gutsell, Digital Marketing Officer at CK Science, stated, ‘Our new website both complements and strengthens our digital and social media strategy. It is designed to help us build long-term relationships with both clients and candidates by actively engaging them with useful and valuable content.’

We hope you find our new site useful, and, if you have any comments or suggestions, please feel free to contact us at cgutsell@ckscience.co.uk

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CK Here to Help You Find That Perfect Science Job

Here at CK Science we like to build long-term sustainable relationships with our candidates who are searching for science jobs. In order to achieve this, we educate and inform jobseekers by actively utilizing business networking sites such as Linkedin and Xing, with the aim of helping our candidates find that perfect science job for them.

In order to facilitate this, we have recently created groups on both Linkedin and Xing which are designed to provide help and support for those who are job hunting in the scientific industry. These groups are intended to be used as an open forum for group members to exchange their experiences of job hunting within the scientific industry with each other.

To improve your chances of getting that great science job and to receive advice and support during your job hunt in the science industry please join our groups on Linkedin and Xing:

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CK to Speak at the Recruiter Annual Forum 2010

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CK Science, a leading scientific recruitment agency for science jobs, has been invited to join the panel of speakers at the Recruiter Annual Forum 2010 which will be taking place on 23rd March 2010 in central London. The Recruiters Annual Forum attracts a senior level audience of recruitment professionals from all industry sectors including those who specialise in recruitment for the scientific industry.

As an active user of social media to attract and support jobseekers in the scientific industry, CK Clinical will be speaking about the ways we have built, differentiated and managed our brand on the internet. Further topics will include:

  • Our move away from traditional methods towards a more transparent, web-based recruitment.
  • The social media sites at which should recruitment agencies invest their time: LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, Xing and Ning.
  • How does CK Clinical achieve brand differentiation online?
  • Managing user generated content and protecting our brand’s reputation.
  • How will companies be using social media in 12 months time?

To keep up to date with all the key issues that will be addressed at the Recruiter Annual Conference you can join their Linkedin Group here.

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Pfizer Plan to Enter Japanese Drug Market 2011

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As reported in the Japanese newspaper, Nikkei, Pfizer, one of the world’s leading pharmaceutical companies, are considering marketing generic drugs in Japan, starting as early as 2011. A spokesman from Pfizer’s Japan unit stated, “Pfizer is considering entering the generic drug market in Japan as it seeks to diversify its business operations to build a stronger earnings structure.”

The Japanese drug division will initially market 70 of Pfizer’s off-patient medications. Further along the line it is planned that the company will apply for sales licenses for generic drugs based on other companies’ expired patents. This could be a profitable move for the pharmaceutical company as Japan’s generic drugs market is expected to reach 515 billion yen in the year ended March 2010. The potential for new job opportunities within the pharmaceutical and scientific industry is also high. To search for science jobs click here.

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CK Science Announced as Guest Speakers for the Social Media in Recruitment Conference 2010

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Taking place on Thursday 22nd April 2010, the Social Media Recruitment Conference is the second largest of its kind in the UK. CK Science, a leading specialist scientific recruitment company, has been recognized by the conference organizers to be a pioneer in the use of social media in scientific recruitment, and has been invited to speak at the Conference. Here at CK Science, we recognize that there are not enough hours in the day for our specialist scientific Consultants to drive our social media strategy themselves. Therefore, one of the first steps taken was to recruit a Marketing Graduate, Catherine Gutsell, to further develop and promote our online brand and digital communications strategy. The main activities Catherine has engaged in are:

  • Search engine optimization.
  • Using social media such as LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook to both educate and inform clients and candidates, not just to sell.
  • Using YouTube video job advertisements as a way to connect with candidates in a more human and personalised way.
  • Running regular surveys to gather information about the Scientific and Pharmaceutical industry and communicating findings back through relevant publications and social media.
  • Using online communities such as Ning.com and external blogs to candidates with industry updates and careers advice.

So far, our efforts appear to be working. We have seen a 30% increase in organic hits to our scientific recruitment website. Not only this, but the deployment of our social media strategy has also added value to the experience we provide to both candidates and clients. In terms of our candidates, our use of social media enriches their job seeking experience as it allows us to build long-term sustainable relationships, enabling us to completely understand their needs. From a client’s perspective, by using social media to really get to grips with what the scientific jobseeker is about, we are able to create a great match between candidate and job. This means we don’t waste our clients’ time putting inappropriate candidates in front of them.

The aim of the conference is to help Corporate Recruiters, Recruitment Agencies, Recruitment Advertising Agencies, Job Boards and Recruitment Industry Suppliers get the most from the use of social media. The organizer, Mike Taylor, from Online Recruitment Marketing Specialists, stated, “There were over 150 people at the first Conference which was a clear indication in the interest in Social Media. Next year’s conference will be held some nine months after the first one which means that there will be plenty of new things to talk about and discuss.”

Here at CK Science, we are looking forward to sharing our story at the Social Media Recruitment Conference. Speaking of the conference, Catherine stated, “We are honored to be speaking at the Social Media Recruitment Conference and it’s brilliant that our efforts have been noticed by such a prestigious event within the Recruitment Industry. We are really looking forward to sharing our story.”

The conference will take place on Thursday 22nd April 2010 at the British Library Conference Centre in London. If you would like to register to attend Social Media Recruitment Conference, please visit their website.

CK Science is the leading independent scientific recruitment agency for science jobs. CK Science provide an all round recruitment service to the chemical, pharmaceutical, biotechnology, waste and environmental and other related industries right across the UK.

We have built a strong client base, who appreciate our professionalism, integrity and commitment to finding the right person for the job. Equally important to our success are our candidates, who recognise our dedication to operating in a fair and ethical manner to meet their needs in the current job market.

– Visit our website

– Follow CK Science on Twitter

– Join the CK Science LinkedIn Group

– Become a fan of CK Science on Facebook

– To meet our consultants and hear more about our current vacancies, please visit our YouTube Channel

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CK Science Announced as Guest Speakers for the Social Media in Recruitment Conference 2010

Taking place on Thursday 22nd April 2010, the Social Media Recruitment Conference is the second largest of its kind in the UK. CK Science, a leading specialist scientific recruitment company, has been recognized by the conference organizers to be a pioneer in the use of social media in scientific recruitment, and has been invited to speak at the Conference.Here at CK Science, we recognize that there are not enough hours in the day for our specialist scientific Consultants to drive our social media strategy themselves. Therefore, one of the first steps taken was to recruit a Marketing Graduate, Catherine Gutsell, to further develop and promote our online brand and digital communications strategy. The main activities Catherine has engaged in are:

– Search engine optimization.

– Using social media such as LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook to both educate and inform clients and candidates, not just to sell.

– Using YouTube video job advertisements as a way to connect with candidates in a more human and personalised way.

– Running regular surveys to gather information about the Scientific and Pharmaceutical industry and communicating findings back through relevant publications and social media.

– Using online communities such as Ning.com and external blogs to candidates with industry updates and careers advice.

So far, our efforts appear to be working. We have seen a 30% increase in organic hits to our scientific recruitment website. Not only this, but the deployment of our social media strategy has also added value to the experience we provide to both candidates and clients. In terms of our candidates, our use of social media enriches their job seeking experience as it allows us to build long-term sustainable relationships, enabling us to completely understand their needs. From a client’s perspective, by using social media to really get to grips with what the scientific jobseeker is about, we are able to create a great match between candidate and job. This means we don’t waste our clients’ time putting inappropriate candidates in front of them.

The aim of the conference is to help Corporate Recruiters, Recruitment Agencies, Recruitment Advertising Agencies, Job Boards and Recruitment Industry Suppliers get the most from the use of social media. The organizer, Mike Taylor, from Online Recruitment Marketing Specialists, stated, “There were over 150 people at the first Conference which was a clear indication in the interest in Social Media. Next year’s conference will be held some nine months after the first one which means that there will be plenty of new things to talk about and discuss.”

Here at CK Science, we are looking forward to sharing our story at the Social Media Recruitment Conference. Speaking of the conference, Catherine stated, “We are honored to be speaking at the Social Media Recruitment Conference and it’s brilliant that our efforts have been noticed by such a prestigious event within the Recruitment Industry. We are really looking forward to sharing our story.”

The conference will take place on Thursday 22nd April 2010 at the British Library Conference Centre in London. If you would like to register to attend Social Media Recruitment Conference, please visit their website.

CK Science is the leading independent scientific recruitment agency for science jobs. CK Science provide an all round recruitment service to the chemical, pharmaceutical, biotechnology, waste and environmental and other related industries right across the UK.

We have built a strong client base, who appreciate our professionalism, integrity and commitment to finding the right person for the job. Equally important to our success are our candidates, who recognise our dedication to operating in a fair and ethical manner to meet their needs in the current job market.

– Visit our website

– Follow CK Science on Twitter

– Join the CK Science LinkedIn Group

– Become a fan of CK Science on Facebook

– To meet our consultants and hear more about our current vacancies, please visit our YouTube Channel

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Global QA Director based in South East, UK

An exciting Global QA Director job has arisen at an international Pharmaceutical company based in the South East of England. This is a Senior Leadership role for Quality Assurance serving both the external client and internal QA Departments.As an experienced Quality Assurance Director, you will act as the primary contact for all client-related QA communication, and the development and implementation of Quality Agreements. Further responsibilities of the role will include:

– Overseeing all quality-related concerns.

– Functioning as a liaison between a single, large-market clients and internal personnel.

– Developing and maintaining strong relationships with client QA senior management.

– Managing the single client’s quality and regulatory matters, CGMP compliance and two-way communication.

– Assuring that client requirements are developed, documented and agreed upon for manufacturing, testing and distribution and return of pharmaceutical clinical supplies.

This QA Director role will encompass all of my clients’ global locations and will interact with personnel in multiple client locations.

The ideal candidate will have extensive managerial QA/regulatory compliance experience in the pharmaceutical, chemical, medical device or biotech industry, as well as strong leadership experience in the field. You will also have an outstanding customer-service orientated background.

This is a rare opportunity for you to make your mark on a prestigious international pharmaceutical company. If you are interested in hearing more about this exciting role, please contact Jason Johal on 01438 723500 or email jjohal@ckscience.co.uk. Alternatively, you can meet Jason and hear more about this role at our YouTube Channel. To apply, click here.

CK Science is the leading independent scientific recruitment agency for science jobs. CK Science provide an all round recruitment service to the chemical, pharmaceutical, biotechnology, waste and environmental and other related industries right across the UK.

We have built a strong client base who appreciate our professionalism, integrity and commitment to finding the right person for the job. Equally important to our success are our candidates, who recognise our dedication to operating in a fair and ethical manner to meet their needs in the current job market.

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