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Laboratory Research Scientist

CV-Library

Posted on Sep 17, 2021 by CV-Library

Leicestershire, United Kingdom
Pharmaceutical
Immediate Start
£13 - £13.5 Hourly
Temporary
Laboratory Research Scientist – Analytical Chemistry
This is a fantastic opportunity to become a part of the analytical chemistry research team with a globally renowned pet care company. Our client are a global conglomerate with 85000 staff in their pet care division. The role of Laboratory Research Scientist will be a fixed term contract of 1 year, covering maternity leave, and will involve 2 days per week working in the laboratory in Waltham-on-the-Wolds.

Your responsibilities will include –

As a Laboratory Research Scientist you will use your expertise in analytical chemistry to execute laboratory projects in line with research plans.
Creating and implementing new methods and techniques for projects. These need to be high quality and presentable both internally and externally.
Collating, interpreting and presenting experimental data with analysis to the senior members of the team.
Completing an accurate electronic laboratory notebook of all work performed, adhering to guidelines.
Producing detailed reports or research carried out, to present to key stakeholders.
Providing training and mentoring to other lab users in experimental techniques and methods, as well as lab protocols.Your experience –

A Bsc degree in Analytical Chemistry or associated subject.
A Msc/PhD is desirable.
Previous experience of working in a research environment preferred.
Knowledge of analytical chemistry techniques such as: HPLC, LCMS, GC, IC, SEC, spectroscopic characterisation inc. NMR and MS, titration and fractionation.This role has an attractive rate of pay as well being a gateway into a hugely successful company, so this is a great opportunity for new graduates and Research Scientists looking to start their careers. Please apply if you think you may fit the criteria

Reference: 214692220

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