Our client is a highly successful organisation based in the Hampshire area who is seeking to recruit an experienced analytical chemist to work within their Instrumentation laboratories.
The successful candidates will be educated to PhD or BSc (1st class hons), in Chemistry or related discipline, with several years’ post-graduate experience in a GLP/GMP Laboratory.
To manage on-site laboratory facilities and provide coordination of all analytical requirements, as required for day-to-day business as well as development projects. Manage the activities of other laboratory personnel. Ensure that all laboratory processes are carried out in a safe and timely manner
The Senior Analytical Chemist will have excellent practical experience using ICP-OES, Ion Chromatography (IC) Karl Fischer, Manual titration and Auto-Titration etc.
As much of the work is non-routine, it requires the ability to assess methods for their suitability and to identify possible problems. Also, the ability is needed to carry out troubleshooting when problems occur and to work under pressure when deadlines have to be met.
The ability to use various software packages and to have excellent communication skills will be needed. An enthusiastic attitude and interest in both the scientific work and progress of the Company are attributes that will be valued.
Qualification and experience
- Qualified to Graduate level or higher
- Excellent Chemical knowledge
- Ability to carry out chemical analysis
- Knowledge of statistical analysis.
- Product knowledge.
- Project planning.
- Good practical laboratory and problem-solving skills.
- Strong communication skills, written & oral and strong attention to detail.
Skills: ICP-OES, Ion Chromatography, Product development, Inorganic Chemistry,
Project management, GLP/GMP
To apply for this position, candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK
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- Agency: ST Recruitment
- Contact: Sam
- Phone: 01737241823
- Reference: RLC20
Website: ST Recruitment
- Updated: 6th September 2022
- Expires: 3rd October 2022