Research & Development Chemist – Northants

Jason Johal is currently handling an exceptional role for a R&D Chemist to join a chemical manufacturing company based in Northants. This R&D Chemist role is a pivotal role within the company which, not only is a key role for the company but could be the opportunity of a lifetime for the successful incumbent.

The job and responsibilities:

The company which requires a R&D Chemist manufactures a niche product and currently produce over 120 million units per year which, they then supply worldwide. Due to pending legislation they are looking in to changing their product to meet the incoming requirements and as such need a R&D chemist to develop a small scale run through pilot and then transfer into manufacture.

This R & D Chemist role is a brand new role that will be created around the successful applicant and as such we have a completely blank sheet to work with in regards to knowledge and experience. As this is such a key role for the company to move forwards all approval has already been given to custom build a new laboratory and to provide all necessary equipment and support.

Skills required: 

To be considered for this R&D Chemist role it is essential that you have gained experience in a R&D environment and that you have the ability to drive a research project forward. A polymer related development background could be advantageous in this role and there is a preference for someone with knowledge/experience in biodegradable products.

This truly is an exceptional role and with the scope involved is an opportunity for someone to do something really special with their career. Ideally we are looking for someone on a permanent basis but people looking for fixed term contracts or consultancy work will also be considered.  Please do call Jason Johal for a full break down of the role.

How to apply:

For more information or to apply for this R&D Chemist role please contact Jason Johal on 01438 723 500 or email jjohal@ckscience.co.uk.  Please quote reference ST23353 in all correspondence.

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Protein Scientist Job (Biotechnology) – Central Belt of Scotland

 

Heather Deagle is looking for a Protein Scientist to join a major biotechnology company based in the Central Belt of Scotland.

Responsibilities:

The successful candidate for this Protein Scientist role will join a busy team working on scale-up and GMP manufacture of protein conjugates. They will synthesise protein conjugates and develop purification protocol, using HPLC based techniques for characterisation. They will also participate in writing process instruction sheets for manufacturing, validating processes and equipment and in technical support of manufacturing activities.

Skills required:

The ideal candidate for this Protein Scientist role will have a good understanding of general protein handling techniques, together with an appropriate qualification in Biochemistry or similar.

How to apply:

For more information or to apply for this Protein Scientist role please contact Heather Deagle on 0191 384 8905 or email hdeagle@ckscience.co.uk. Please quote reference DH23192 in all correspondence.

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Process Improvement Manager – East Midlands

Hannah Milward is currently seeking to recruit a Process Improvement Manager to join a major healthcare organisation in the East Midlands.

Responsibilities:

As Process Improvement Manager you will provide focus on the development of new and existing processes. By building quality in to the process design, the products will be produced in the most efficient way and meet the customer and regulatory needs.

You will be responsible for leading the Process Improvement Team to provide an efficient service to optimise manufacturing and cleaning processes using a Quality by Design approach whilst ensuring the validation activities meet Regulatory and Customer requirements.

The job holder will need to provide an effective New Product Introduction service for Clinical Trial clients to ensure new products are introduced successfully and that the processes are developed and validated to ensure the required levels of product quality and regulatory compliance are met. You will also need to deliver a comprehensive process, equipment and cleaning validation programme in accordance with cGMP and Customer requirements.

Qualifications & skills required:

To be considered for this Process Improvement Manager position you will have previous experience in the development or manufacture of healthcare products with a proven track record of new product introduction is critical to this role. In depth knowledge of cGMP, multiple dosage forms with an emphasis on sterile products and an awareness of Unlicensed and Licensed Legislation are key to your success in this role and previous leadership and management skills would be an advantage.

You will enjoy working cross functionally in a fast paced environment with teams of diverse people, have a can do attitude with the capability to plan and see the bigger picture, excellent Leadership and Customer Service skills and the ability to influence and build relationships at all levels across the business.

How to apply:

For more information or to apply for this Process Improvement Manager role please contact Hannah Milward on 0114 2839956 or email hmilward@ckscience.co.uk. Please quote reference SH23326 in all correspondence.

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UK scientists investigate the science of sprouts

As reported by The Telegraph, young scientists in the UK are investigating why it is that some people hate the taste of the Christmas dinner staple, the Brussels sprout.

Budding scientists at Cornwell’s Eden Project will be testing their DNA to find out whether or not they have a genetic variation of a certain gene which makes a chemical within Brussels sprouts taste particularly bitter.  Luckily for them, those who don’t have this mutation (it is thought that this is about half the world’s population) don’t taste the bitterness at all, meaning they can take full advantage of the nutritional goodness of the good old sprout.

This national programme is being run for the UK Association for Science and Discovery Centres (ADC) and is supported by the Wellcome Trust. The project aims to give young scientists some hands-on experience of working with DNA.

Talking of the programme, John Ellison, head of education strategy at Eden Project, said: “These workshops use Brussels sprouts and our own DNA to show how humans and plants have evolved together.

“The Eden Project provides the context to connect molecular biology with rainforest research into the plant diversity which is vital for future survival.”

Enjoy your sprouts and Merry Christmas!

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Organic Chemist (Fuel Cells) – ACAL Energy, Runcorn

ACAL Energy Ltd is the world’s leading developer of low cost Proton Exchange Membrane (PEM) Fuel Cells systems, powered by ACAL Energy’s proprietary platinum free cathode technology (FlowCath).

Victoria Walker is now recruiting for an Organic Chemist to join the team at ACAL Energy based at their site in Runcorn, Cheshire.  They are currently working on an exclusive basis with CK Science for this recruitment campaign.

Responsibilities:

The job purpose of this organic chemist role will be to provide organic chemistry expertise and to play a leading role in the synthesis of next generation catalyst and mediator systems. You will be required to design, synthesise and evaluate next generation catalyst and mediator materials with improved performance.

The major challenges and key accountabilities of the role will be:

  • Identify and design target molecules to meet requirements for improved fuel cell performance.
  • Design and execute synthetic routes to target molecules, with consideration of commercial implications.
  • Fully characterise target molecules and conduct preliminary evaluation of properties.
  • Identify patent opportunities and assist with filing patents.
  • Establish and maintain relationships with relevant external sources of expertise.

Technical skills and knowledge required:

The successful candidate for this organic chemist role will have the following technical skills and knowledge:

  • Expertise in organic chemistry and practical chemical synthesis, with enthusiasm for laboratory working.
  • Educated to PhD level or equivalent in Organic Chemistry.
  • Considerable experience of research and development chemistry in the field of organic chemistry, with a significant proportion of this spent in an industrial setting, having demonstrated a significant input towards target selection and route design.
  • Proven ability to identify and design target materials fulfilling given criteria and design and execute practical synthetic routes to these.
  • Understanding of ligand design and coordination chemistry may be advantageous.
  • Demonstrable record of frequent and high quality publication in the form of patents and/or papers.
  • Competent user of literature searching tools.

Personal skills and attributes:

The ideal candidate for this organic chemist role will have the following skills:

  • Team player with well developed communication skills.
  • Self motivated with personal characteristics to quickly integrate and make an impact within a team environment.
  • Results oriented and standards driven, focused on delivery.
  • Capable of proposing, justifying and prioritising work based on team targets and company needs.
  • Proactive and flexible approach to work.
  • Able to demonstrate a practical approach to problem solving using both systematic and creative thinking.
  • Desire to see technical advancements through to completion.

How to apply:

For more information or to apply for this organic chemist role please contact Victoria Walker at CK Science on 0114 283 9956 or email vwalker@ckscience.co.uk.  Please quote reference SH23205 in all correspondence.

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Research & Development Chemist – Northants

Jason Johal is currently handling an exceptional role for a R&D Chemist to join a chemical manufacturing company based in Northants.

About the role:

Jason Johal is searching for a R&D Chemist for a pivotal role within the company which, not only is a key role for the company but could be the opportunity of a lifetime for the successful incumbent.

The company   manufactures a niche product and currently produce over 120 million units per year which, they then supply worldwide. Due to pending legislation they are looking in to changing their product to meet the incoming requirements and as such need a R&D chemist to develop a small scale run through pilot and then transfer into manufacture.

This truly is an exceptional role and with the scope involved is an opportunity for someone to do something really special with their career. Ideally they are looking for someone on a permanent basis but people looking for fixed term contracts or consultancy work will also be considered.  Please do call Jason Johal on the below number for a full break down of the role.

Experience required:

This is a brand new R&D Chemist role that will be created around the successful applicant and as such we have a completely blank sheet to work with in regards to knowledge and experience. As this is such a key role for the company to move forwards all approval has already been given to custom build a new laboratory and to provide all necessary equipment and support. 

However it is essential that you have gained experience in a R&D environment and that you have the ability to drive a research project forward. A polymer related development background could be advantageous in this role and there is a preference for someone with knowledge/experience in biodegradable products.

How to apply:

For more information or to apply for this R&D Chemist role please contact Jason Johal on 01438 723 500 or email jjohal@ckscience.co.uk. Please quote reference ST23353 in all correspondence.

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CK Science December Jobs Bulletin

South

Principal Scientist Purification – Dartford

Principal Scientist Cell Culture – Dartford

Senior Mechanical Engineer – Oxfordshire

Freeze Drying Scientist – Oxfordshire

Senior Electronics Engineer – Oxfordshire

Validation Engineer – London/Herts

Quality Assurance Auditor – Hertfordshire

South East

QC Analyst – Temporary – Suffolk

Senior Process Development Chemist – Cambridgeshire

Material Test Technician – Cambridgeshire

North West

Technical Writer

Development and Technical Support Chemist

Senior Scientist – Runcorn

Junior Risk & Safety Consultant

Organic Chemist – Runcorn

Senior Risk & Safety Consultant

Development Chemist

 

North East

OLEDs Scientist – Yorkshire

Performance Engineer – Asset Management

Polymer Chemist – Yorkshire

Materials Engineer

Process Technologist – County Durham

Intrumentation Engineer

Midlands

Area Sales Manager – South/West Midlands

Formulation Development Scientist – West Midlands

Research & Development Chemist – Northants

Formulation Manager – East Midlands

Process Improvement Manager – East Midlands

Qualified Person – Nottingham

North Wales

Research Chemist

Scotland

Contract Qualified Person – North Scotland

Sales Consultant – Scotland

Trainee Production Engineer – Scotland

Data Analyst – North Scotland

Development Scientist – Central Belt

Protein Scientist – Central Belt

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Product Development Manager – Central Scotland

Carrie-Ann Bell is recruiting for a Product Development Manager to join a bio-manufacturing organisation based in Central Scotland.

Responsibilities:

As a Product Development Manager you will be responsible for the management of the development of new products and/or processes.  You will also help and, when required, manage company wide internal and external projects.

Skills and experience:

The ideal candidate for this Product Development Manager role will have relevant experience in product development, with demonstrable experience with managing/co-ordinating product development projects in a GMP environment.  You must have a proven track record of immunohematology, reagent formulation, reagent manipulations or assay development.  In addition the successful candidate must have excellent communication skills including presentation, report writing, leadership skills and experience, and able to organise themselves and the work of others.

How to apply:

For more information or to apply for this Product Development Manager role, please contact Carrie-Ann Bell on 0191 384 8905 or email cbell@ckscience.co.uk.  Please quote reference DH23227 in all correspondence.

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Quality Assurance Auditor – Hertfordshire

Reena Dhana is currently recruiting for a Quality Assurance Auditor to be based within the GMP quality department of a global pharmaceutical company who are based in Hertfordshire.  This is initially a temporary contract of 4 months with a strong possibility of extension.

Responsibilities:

As a Quality Assurance Auditor you will ensure compliance to cGMP of all activities related to the development of pharmaceutical products for use in Clinical Trials, including the Quality Management systems and you will carry out Quality compliance reviews/release of Investigational Medicinal Products for use in Clinical Trials. Other duties will include:

  • Auditing and approving procedures and documents from manufacturing
  • Analytical, packaging and service groups
  • Reviewing and approving equipment and facilities qualification
  • Training others as appropriate
  • Assisting with external audits as required.

Qualifications:

The ideal candidate for this Quality Assurance Auditor role will hold a BSc in a Life Science subject (or equivalent) and will have experience gained within relevant departments of Pharmaceutical companies, preferably Quality Assurance. You will have a good working knowledge of cGMPs. An understanding of Clinical Supplies requirements would be advantageous.

How to apply: 

For more information or to apply for this Quality Assurance Auditor role please contact Reena Dhana on 01438 723 500 or email rdhana@ckscience.co.uk.  Please quote reference ST23319 in all correspondence.

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Assistant Engineer – Hertfordshire

Reena Dhana is currently recruiting for an Assistant Engineer to join a leading Chemical Manufacturer specialising in polymer materials including adhesives & resins for a 6 month contract to be based from their site in Hertfordshire.

Responsibilities:

As an Assistant Engineer, your duties will include:

  • Assisting senior engineers with the sourcing & procurement of manufacturing equipment & systems
  • Overseeing equipment transportation to their European site
  • Installation and validation as well as completion of relevant documentation.

This is an outstanding opportunity to join a leading name in the Chemical industry, which in return offers a competitive salary.

Qualifications & Skills:

To be considered for this Assistant Engineer role, you will have a qualification / apprenticeship in an Engineering discipline or equivalent experience. Demonstrated experience in a manufacturing environment would be advantageous, but it is not essential.

How to apply:

For more information or to apply for this Assistant Engineer role please contact Reena Dhana on 01438 723 500 or email rdhana@ckscience.co.uk.  Please quote reference ST23276 in all correspondence.

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Hygiene Manager (Bakery) – East Midland

Hannah Milward is currently recruiting for a Hygiene Manager to join a large food manufacturer in the East Midlands.

Job purpose:

To manage, develop and lead their team to effectively deliver an operationally excellent factory in line with the supply chain business requirements.

Key responsibilities:

The key responsibilities of this Hygiene Manager role are:

  • To manage, develop and lead their team.
  • To develop an efficient and effective Technical Services support operation for manufacturing in line with the site plan and key business performance indicators.
  • Comply with company and legal standards (safety, hygiene, and environment).
  • Lead continuous improvement activity in order that the team delivery year on year improvements.

Qualifications:

To be considered for this Hygiene Manager position you should have relevant qualifications to at least HNC/HND/City and Guilds level. You should have relevant industry experience including experience of legislation governing food safety compliance. You should also be IT literate and have experience working in a Trade Union environment.

How to apply:

For more information or to apply for this Hygiene Manager role please contact Hannah Milward on 0114 283 9956 or email hmilward@ckscience.co.uk. Please quote reference SH23266 in all correspondence.

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5,000 science Jobs to be created in Norwich!

As reported by Business Weekly, 5,000 new science jobs are to be created at the Norwich Research Park.

The science park in Norwich has big plans for expansion and hopes to attract new tenants. The park’s Director, Alan Giles stated, ‘Although the Norwich Research Park is probably best known for the University, hospital and the research institutes, it is a lesser known fact that additionally there are 30 businesses here included in our growing population of 11,600 staff and 14, 200 students. The park also attracts thousands of visitors each year.”

The plan for the Norwich Research Park, as outlined by Giles, is to ‘create a supportive environment for early stage, potential high growth companies and generate 5,000 jobs in the Greater Norwich area over the coming 10 to 15 years.”

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OLEDs Scientist Job- Organic Semiconductor Devices

Victoria Walker is currently looking to recruit a OLEDs Scientist to join a supplier of materials for OLED optoelectronic devices, to join their team based in East Yorkshire.

The Role:

The company has been developing materials for use in optoelectronic devices, focusing on OLED displays and is now seeking a talented Materials Physicist / Engineer to join their team. This OLEDs Scientist role will involve frequent travel to the North East and an eventual move to the North East site after approximately 1 year.

Responsibilities:

The main roles and responsibilities of this OLEDs Scientist role will be to characterise and test the materials produced by the team of chemists and to provide feedback and understanding of their performance. The candidate will be responsible for, and will take a leading role in:

  • Building and testing prototype devices,
  • Developing improved characterisation and fabrication procedures
  • Correlating material and device data.

 The successful candidate will also liaise with customers and collaborators directly.

Qualifications and Skills:

In order to be considered for this OLEDs Scientist position you will have experience of OLED device construction and testing; an essential requirement for this role. You will also have a background in polymer / materials science, plastic electronics and practical engineering capability.

A PhD or equivalent in Physics, Materials or a related discipline would be advantageous. The candidate needs to be self-motivated and customer focused with excellent problem solving, organisational and communication skills. Key knowledge areas and abilities will be a strong working knowledge of:

  • OLED devices, physics and manufacture; experience in materials testing
  • A proactive approach and able to work independently
  • Experience of designing experiments
  • Experimental procedures and data acquisition and interpretation.

How to apply:

For more information or to apply for this OLEDs Scientist role please contact Victoria Walker on 0114 283 9956 or email vwalker@ckscience.co.uk. Please quote reference SH23104 in all correspondence.

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Product Development Manager – Central Belt

Carrie-Ann Bell is looking for a Product Development Manager to join a bio-manufacturing organisation based in Central Scotland.

Responsibilities:

As a Product Development Manager you will be responsible for the management of the development of new products and/or processes.  You will also help and, when required, manage company wide internal and external projects.

Qualifications and skills required:

The ideal candidate for this Product Development Manager role will have relevant experience in product development, with demonstrable experience with managing/co-ordinating product development projects in a GMP environment.  You must have a proven track record of immunohematology, reagent formulation, reagent manipulations or assay development.  In addition the successful candidate must have excellent communication skills including presentation and report writing, leadership skills and experience, and able to organise themselves and the work of others.

How to apply:

For more information or to apply for this Product Development Manager role please contact Carrie-Ann Bell on 0191 384 8905 or email cbell@ckscience.co.uk.  Please quote reference DH23227 in all correspondence.

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Project Engineer (Electrical, Electronic) – Oxford

Andrew Bolton is currently looking for a Project Engineer from an Electrical / Electronic Engineering background to join a Specialist Laser & Sensor Technology Manufacturer, who provides equipment & systems to customers within materials based industries including rubber, plastics, wood, metals, tyre / automotive and related industries. This role will be based from their site in Oxfordshire.

Opportunity:

This Project Engineer role is an outstanding opportunity to join a specialist Equipment & Systems manufacturer, which in return offers an attractive salary and benefits.

Responsibilities:

As a Project Engineer you will be responsible for project management across the design, development, manufacturing, through to integration on the customer’s site. Your duties will include:

  • Adopting a ‘hands on’ involvement in the design & development of the systems including hardware, software & control systems
  • Overseeing assembly & testing of equipment
  • Working closely with supplier & customer teams including commissioning / integration of equipment on site.

Qualifications & Skills:

To be considered for this Project Engineer role, you will have a qualification in Electrical or Electronic Engineering (or equivalent) and demonstrated experience in some of the following:

  • Machines /systems utilising servo’s
  • Actuators
  • Electric slides
  • Pneumatic controls
  • Single and 3 phase motors and inverters
  • Conveyors, relay logic circuits
  • Hydraulic control systems and sensors.
  • IPC based controllers, field busses and implementing closed loop control of production equipment.
  • System programming using C++, communication protocols eg Ethernet (UDP, TCP), RS232 and RS485.

Also due to the nature of the work, a full driving licence is essential.

How to apply: 

For more information or to apply for this Project Engineer role please contact Andrew Bolton on 01438 723 500 and email abolton@ckscience.co.uk. Please quote reference ST23215 in all correspondence.

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DMPK Specialist qWBA – Italy

Jason Johal is currently recruiting for a truly exciting role as a DMPK Study Director/ Manager and an expert of qWBA to be based in Italy.

Responsibilities:

The job responsibilities of this DMPK Study Director/ Manager role will include providing expert level guidance and hands-on experience in the implementation of qWBA and disposition studies within the DMPK group. You will work independently as the study director in the design, implementation, data analysis and interpretation of PK/ADME, qWBA and disposition studies and will be expected to train other personnel in qWBA and disposition studies.

Other duties will include the optimisation of existing assays/protocols and implementing new ADME assays, conducting data analysis, presenting data at department and sponsor meeting and ensuring GLP, Regulatory requirements and SOPs are adhered to.

As this role will be at the bench it is essential that you have hands-on experience and training in conducting studies to assess the ADME of discovery compounds (in particular qWBA and excretion balance).

Qualifications:

The ideal candidate for this DMPK Study Director/ Manager role will hold a degree or Ph.D. (or equivalent) in the biomedical field and will have effective communication, both verbally and in written form, in English to Sponsors as well as members of internal teams. A demonstrable ability to deliver tight deadlines is expected. Entitlement to work in the EEA is essential.

How to apply:

For more information or to apply for this DMPK Study Director/ Manager role, please contact Jason Johal on 01438 723 500 or email jjohal@ckscience.co.uk.  Please quote reference ST23141 in all correspondence.

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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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Scientists transform skin cells into immune cells

As reported by the BBC, Scientists at Oxford University have transformed skin cells into immune cells.

This discovery, which was made in the laboratory has sparked hopes that one day cancer patients’ own skin could be used to help fight their tumours.

The research focused on dendritic cells which are key in organising the immune response as they tell the immune system where to attack by showing identifying markets or antigens.

This study has strengthened previous research by Cancer Research UK as Dr Caeutano Reis e Sousa, and immunology expert, explains, “By showing that normal body cells can be reprogrammed to become a sub-type of dendritic cells with superior activity, this research builds on previous work by Cancer Research UK scientists using blood stem cells as starting material.”

Now this exciting discovery has been made, the real challenge now is to establish whether or not these cells which were made in the lab, can be used for cancer treatments in the clinic.

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CE Marking Specialist (Medical Device) – Suffolk

Reena Dhana is currently looking for a CE Marking Specialist to join a chemical manufacturing company for a short term contract based in the Suffolk region.

Responsibilities:

As a CE Marking Specialist you will be involved in ensuring CE Marking for a biocide used to clean floors and equipment for a tender.

Experience:

For this CE Marking Specialist role you will require extensive experience of CE Marking in ideally the Medical Device or related industry.

How to apply:

For more information or to apply for this CE Marking Specialist role please contact Reena Dhana on 01438 728 500 or email rdhana@ckscience.co.uk. Please quote reference ST23076 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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