Science Job of the Week: 24/05/2016

The position of Pharmaceutical Sciences Manager – Inhalations has been chosen as our job of the week as it is:

  • Based with a fast growing world-class specialty biopharmaceutical business focused on allergy and respiratory disease with an established commercial infrastructure, marketed products, a pipeline of near-term therapies and a portfolio of next generation treatments targeting multi-billion dollar market opportunities.
  • Working with a group in collaboration with several of the largest global pharma companies as well as developing their own products.
  • Managing the technology transfer of drug product manufacturing processes and analytical methods into and/or between manufacturing and analytical suppliers allowing the development of key external relationships with suppliers, consultants and third party customers
  • Offering a highly competitive basic salary of £45,000 – £55,000 with a 15% bonus, Pension Scheme, Healthcare Scheme and other benefits.

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Science job of the week: 28/04/2016

Our science job of the week is a Senior Quality Assurance Associate, this job has been chosen as it is:

  • An opportunity to join a patient focussed pharmaceutical research company with commercial, discovery, clinical and manufacturing business units collated on a single site in Hertfordshire
  • Commutable from Hertfordshire, Cambridgeshire & London
  • Strong communication is required as you will be liaising with supply chain, planning, technical, manufacturing, packaging, quality control, regulatory affairs, company network companies and others
  • Looking for an excellent candidate extensive knowledge and experience of Quality Assurance, Quality Systems, GMP and an understanding of manufacture and packaging of pharmaceutical products
  • The main purpose of this role is to ensure Quality Assurance activities relating to product support for the manufacture, packaging, testing, storage and distribution of company and third Party manufactured drug products are compliant with current GMP and Company Corporate expectations

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Science Jobs of the Week: 05/02/2015

Here are our latest science jobs in this week: 29/01/2015

 

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Scientists develop eco friendly carbon catalysts

The Engineer has reported that Norwegian Scientists are developing carbon catalysts that could be used instead of precious metals to speed up chemical reactions.

The 3.2million EU-backed FREECATS (carbon nanostructures as metal free catalysts) project is aiming to develop environmentally friendly catalysts that can be used in fuel cells, water purification and the production of light olefins.  The scientists will attempt to build carbon structures on the atomic scale that are capable of binding or transforming substances in certain ways.

Catalysis is one of the major consumers of precious metals, such as platinum. However, platinum group metals are not usually found naturally in Europe therefore European countries rely on imports.  Bu using alternative catalysts Prof Magnus Rønning of Norwegian University of Science and Technology  said, ‘the European dependency on precious metals will ease and therefore the dependency on less stable countries to supply these’.

The three-year project commenced in April 2012 and the team hopes the first catalysts will be available by the end of this year. There are 9 European research institutions and technology enterprises are working on the project, which is being coordinated by the Norwegian University of Science and Technology.

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