Science job of the week: 17/03/2016

Here is our science job of the week a Technology Transfer Specialist job. This has been chosen as it is:

  • A fantastic opportunity to join a well respected and market leading pharmaceutical company based in Northern Ireland.
  • Situated just outside of Dublin this is a great location.
  • The company is offering a fantastic salary package which will be between €100000 and €123000pa
  • The right candidate will given full control of tech transfer for a number of complex drug manufacturing processes

Further duties will include

  • Ensure technology transfer requirements are delivered on time to a high standard
  • Lead the transfer of manufacturing site for a parental product throughout the tech transfer lifecycle. Assist with planning, development testing, process performance qualification through to regulatory submission
  • Review and write tech transfer protocols and assessments, support manufacturing execution of test and qualification runs
  • Support all aspects of the manufacturing process from end-to-end, from raw material release through formulation and filling to inspection, testing and release

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Science jobs of the week: 02/04/2015

Here are our latest science jobs in this week: 02/04/2015

 

South East:

Quality Control Manager – Berkshire

Senior Instrumentation Specialist – Berkshire

Chemist – South East

Development Scientist – Surrey

 

North West:

Principal Technologist x 2 – Cheshire

Microbiology Technician – North West

HPLC Analyst – Liverpool

QC Analyst – Bioassay, Liverpool

Technical Manager, Greater Manchester

 

Midlands:

Development Laboratory Technician x2, Staffs.

Meat Products Technologist – W.Midlands

Finance Administrator – Chesterfield

Customer Delivery Co-ordinator – W,Midlands

 

Yorkshire:

Air Monitoring Project Manager, South Yorkshire

 

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Oxfordshire Science Park to Create 1,000 Jobs

Culham Science Park in Oxfordshire is set to expand, with up to 1,000 new science and technology jobs.

Three new research labs and office space have been discussed at the Abingdon site, and a planning application has been sent to the council. The 1,000 jobs include skilled and unskilled workers, including the construction of the new buildings and the scientists then working in them once they have been completed.

The created jobs are set to expand the workforce at the Science Park by 50%, to near 3,000. Should planning permission be granted, private companies will be invited to move operations to the park, before construction begins. Currently with 2,000 staff and 45 companies, the Culham Science Park is part of Science Vale UK, which includes two other Oxfordshire sites employing over 10,000 people between them. The expanding of the Abingdon site can only boost the area’s scientific centre credentials further.

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Love Science? Visit the London Science Festival!

The London Science Festival, which is taking place between 19th-23rd October, will cover ten venues with 30 separate science-related events. Here are some of the highlights:

For more information, please click here to visit the London Science Festival website. You can also follow the festival on Twitter: @LondonSciFest, or follow the hashtag #LSF11 throughout the event.

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UK Government to Invest £50m in Graphene Technology

As reported by the BBC, the UK government will be pledging £50m towards developing new technologies using the new, “miracle material”, graphene.

Graphene, which was developed by two Manchester-based scientists is the strongest material known to science and is better at conducting electricity than copper. The scientists were awarded the Nobel-prize for the discovery.

Potential uses of graphene could include:

  • Transparent touch screens
  • Solar cells
  • Aircraft wings
  • Optical communication systems

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Laboratory Manager (Environmental) – Scotland

Barney Smith at CK Science is looking for a Laboratory Manager to join an Environmental Consultancy who provides a range of services to clients internationally to join them at their site in Scotland. Due to a significant increase in workload they have a requirement for someone to run their sample process laboratory.

Responsibilities:

This Laboratory Manager role is high pressure and will involve:

  • sample prep and analysis
  • work planning and scheduling
  • staff management
  • costing of projects and quotes
  • report writing
  • maintenance of quality procedures

Skills required:

For this Laboratory Manager role a background in science and laboratory management would be useful but project management skills and planning work are essential for the role.  You will also be confident enough to supervise staff, suggest change in procedures as required and negotiation. Your time will involve both analysis and management and you must be a self-starter who would be happy in a hands-on role.

How to apply:

For more information or to apply for this role please contact Barney Smith on 0191 384 8905 or email bsmith@ckscience.co.uk.  Please quote reference DH22579 in all correspondence.

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