Job Title: Particle Scientist - Global Pharmaceutical Company
Contract: FTC 6 Month with benefits package.
The Successful Candidate is expected to have basic knowledge and understanding of the physical chemistry, preferably of the small organic crystals. This role will be laboratory based and involve the use of a variety of solid state technique for crystallising and characterising small organic molecule of active ingredients. Typical techniques routinely used may include gas and/or liquid chromatography, powder x-ray diffraction (pXRD), Raman and light microscopy, differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) and other thermal methods to determine the physical form of a range of active ingredients. Training on these techniques can be provided where needed as the candidate is not expected to be proficient in the use of all of the techniques listed above.
* Strong laboratory skills: able to design and carry out experiments with minimal supervision.
* Good understanding of physical chemistry.
* Skilled in the art of data collection, manipulation and presentation.
* Proficient in the use of Windows operating system and Microsoft Office.
* Strong oral and written communication skills.
* Strong organisational and interpersonal skills; reliable and enthusiastic.
1. Plan and carry out laboratory work on to meet project targets and timescales as agreed with +1 Manager in order to discover novel solid states and characterise the physical properties.
2. Process & interpret results as directed by +1 Manager in order to progress work plans.
3. Record all work in electronic lab notebooks and prepare for approval the appropriate sections of technical reports and memoranda to provide a clear record of the results and conclusions from laboratory work.
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Key words: Chemistry / polymorph crystallisation / Analytical / DSC / Organic Chemistry / Physical Chemistry
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- Agency: SRG
- Reference: J2160692
- Posted: 11th June 2021
- Expires: 18th June 2021