We are hiring for a Synthetic Chemist to work within an expanding API team. You will have the opportunity to work on a variety of pharmaceutical projects covering a range of synthetic organic chemistry. This is a role which will be required for 6 months if not longer salary will be pro-rata £25,000 to £30,000
What you’ll do:
- Plan, perform and manage chemical syntheses in accordance with regulatory and company procedures.
- Conduct route development and/or technology transfer studies in support of a range of scales. Considering scalability, safety and cost of goods for the proposed route.
- Prepare cost estimates and client proposals in collaboration with Business Development.
- Act as a Project Manager for syntheses as assigned and function as a point of contact for clients, providing periodic updates, reports and archiving.
- Perform in-process analytical testing where relevant and/or ensure that analytical, microbiological (where relevant) and materials science/spectroscopic testing needs are discussed and agreed with the onsite analytical team.
- Ensure, where required, that laboratory work and associated documentation complies with GMP or other regulatory requirements, internal policies/procedures and client requirements.
- Support manufacturing operations with shift cover as required.
The successful candidate will be hold a PhD OR BSc in synthetic organic chemistry and have a minimum of one year’s experience in a Fine Chemical / Pharmaceutical / CMO background. Experience of scale up manufacture to 20 L would be an advantage, as would experience of GMP operations.
You should be able to demonstrate good interpersonal and communication skills, both written and oral, and must be self-motivated.
A high level of personal integrity and commitment is essential, as is a flexible approach to new work challenges.
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