Senior Scientist

Senior Scientist

Chemical Pharmaceuticals

Location South East England

Reference LJ-SS-STV

Date Posted

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We have an exciting Organic Chemistry position vacancy based in Stevenage. This role will provide an excellent opportunity to play a key role in pharmaceutical research and development with a world leading pharmaceutical company.

The ideal candidate will:

  • Have a degree in Chemistry or Phd
  • Excellent knowledge in one or more of the following: Organic Chemistry, Formulation, Physical Chemistry or Organic Synthesis
  • Creative problem-solving and concept generation
  • Interest in applying knowledge to process development

The role will include:

  • Working on API organic synthesis and route investigation
  • Method and process development
  • Lab testing and experimental planning

If you think this may be the right role for you send us your CV and apply now or contact Lisa Jones at CY Partners.


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