Science And Research

A degree in a science, engineering, technical or mathematics-based subject is usually required. Meanwhile, patent examiners use their technical and legal skills to assess applications for patents. You’ll need a degree in a science, engineering, mathematics or computer-based subject for entry. Combining our recruitment experience and specialist sector expertise to support innovation leaders with exceptional, niche scientific candidates in the UK capital.

Laboratory Manager The Laboratory Manager manages the technical and business effectiveness of the company’s laboratory facilities. Industrial Pharmacist The Industrial Pharmacist works with R&D and manufacturing to optimise pharmaceutical characteristics of medicinal products being marketed. Formulation Scientist The Formulation Scientist studies how to create the medicinal product for consumption by animals (in vivo pre-clinical) and patient. They are expert in the components of medicinal products and their chemical, physical and biological interactions. First Line Supervisor / Shift Supervisor Responsible for safe and efficient running of production, and for safety of all shift personnel in a designated area. Works directly on the production line and carries out their supervisor’s duties.

Investigative Toxicologist The investigative toxicologist applies specialist biological & chemical expertise to minimise drug toxicity and maximise the chances of discovering drugs that are both efficacious & safe for patients. Fabricator / Fitter The Fabricator and Fitters assemble and install signs and displays for a variety of uses, such as exhibition displays and 3-D signs for business premises. Dispensing Assistant The Dispensing Assistant works under the supervision of a pharmacist and assists the pharmacist and pharmacy technician in the dispensing process. Contract Manager The Contract Manager in the signmaking industry proposes, secure and manages signmaking projects, and makes sure customers’ requirements are met during manufacturing and installation.

With so many different openings and choices available in sometimes unique companies the scientific sector continues to be a challenging and high profile job market. Bioanalytical Specialist Nottingham 35′ ‘000 Training progression pension holiday Excellent opportunity for a DMPK scientist to join a rapidly growing biotechnology company who offer fantastic training and progression opportunities. Consumer scientists study why people use or buy products and services, and give advice to retailers and manufacturers. 37.5 Hours per week full time Applications are invited from suitably qualified HCPC State Registered Biomedical Scientists for the above post. We are looking for an enthusiastic HCPC registered Biomedical Scientist with appropriate experience, knowledge and skills to join our scientific team and …

Senior Scientist Senior Scientist applies their scientific creativity to defined drug discovery and development projects. Sales Manager The Sales Manager is responsible for leading and managing a team of representatives on a regional basis ensuring sales targets are reached. Research Pharmacologist The research pharmacologist studies the chemical behaviour of drugs in the human body. This work is vital to understanding likely success or failure of new drug candidates. Regulatory Toxicologist The Regulatory Toxicologist is an expert in all toxicological aspects of product safety and compliance. R&D Clinician The R&D clinican brings medical and scientific coherence to the entire R&D function.

Dstl is strongly encouraging blended and flexible working, including working from a site, working from home or a mixture of both. You may still be required to travel to your home site, other Dstl site and MOD sites when necessary. We have an exciting opportunity for a Band 7 Biomedical Scientist within the Haematology department at University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Trust. We are looking for an enthusiastic, highly motivated, forward thinking individual, to help deliver a high quality, first class service to our users….

We employ a broad range of talented people, from specialist scientists and engineers, to analysts, programme and project managers, and finance, logistics, medical and communications personnel. The successful candidates will support the delivery and development of both new and existing Biochemistry services across MFT ensuring that the service is safe, cost effective and complies with current UKAS standards. You will join the Lead Biomedical Scientist, a team of Senior and Specialist … Biomedical Scientist / Biomedical Scientist Specialist Advert There are 2, fixed term, positions available for this rewarding role. NHS Blood & Transplant collects and processes 2 million blood donations a year.

We support businesses in Leeds in finding highly specific, niche technical talent from graduate roles to top-level scientific specialists. As well as a rewarding career in defence science and technology, Dstl offers its staff a wide range of benefits and training opportunities in a supportive, encouraging and flexible environment. Research and Process Development Laboratory Technician Uses a range of laboratory techniques and methods to support production, engineering, R&D/innovation, quality assurance, environmental compliance and sustainable innovation. Process Operator Apprenticeship Undertakes the duties of the skilled Process Operator in the chemical industry whilst learning the required practical skills and underpinning knowledge as an apprentice. Medical Information Officer The Medical Information Officer provides medical/scientific information and response service to a range of internal and external customers in order to support the company’s products and services.

Quarry engineers explore new sites, oversee extraction operations and manage sites at the end of their commercial life. Psychiatrists are doctors who diagnose and treat patients with mental health problems. Pharmacologists study the effects of drugs and other chemical substances on cells, animals, humans and the environment.