Device Development Associate Scientist - new job in Cambridge, UK

Device Development Associate Scientist
  • Competitive
  • Temporary
  • Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, UK Cambridge Cambridgeshire UK GB21 6GP
Job Ref: BBBH130220
Sector: Science
Sub-sector: Medical Devices
Date Added: 24 May 2023
Device Development Associate Scientist - Cambridge

Job Title - Device Development Associate Scientist

Location - Cambridge

Contract - 6 months

Pay - £19.00 per hour

SRG are working with a global leading pharmaceutical company that are seeking a Device Development Associate Scientist to join their busy team.

Key responsibilities:

  • Carries out hands-on testing of devices to generate data on the selected parameters, in accordance with the agreed protocols and methods. The testing will often involve the use of specialist techniques related to the specific drug delivery device.
  • Responsible for a wide variety of laboratory tasks including developing test methods, experimental plans and trouble-shooting as needed.
  • Operating laboratory equipment according to SOPs, Manuals, Methods and Risk assessments etc
  • Responsible for a wide variety of ISO 13485 related laboratory tasks including change control, instrument managing instrument compliance, inventory control and trouble-shooting as needed.
  • Carries out visual inspection of devices returned from clinical studies in accordance with agreed protocols and methods.
  • Responsible for wide variety of tasks including aseptic techniques within filling of primary container closures and clinical setting.
  • Ensures familiarity with all appropriate documentation (SOPs, instruction manuals, risk assessments, etc.) so that all appropriate experimental/manufacturing related activities are conducted in accordance with approved safe working practices (ensuring use of PPE where appropriate) and GMP/GLP procedures.

Basic Qualifications:

  • Degree in in relevant Science or engineering subject
  • Previous experience of working in a laboratory environment Desirable Attributes
  • Experience of working in teams in the development or trouble shooting of drug delivery devices, analytical methodology or manufacturing processes by means of designed experiments and logical problem solving.
  • Experience of mechanical engineering equipment and methodology.
  • Understanding of GLP/GMP and laboratory safety.
  • Has received full Hep B vaccination

Desirable Qualifications:

  • Familiar with Medical device or Pharmaceutical industry.
  • Trained in GLP/GMP or ISO 13485 and laboratory safety

To apply click the link or send your CV

Carbon60, Lorien & SRG - The Impellam Group STEM Portfolio are acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.

23/06/2023 16:15:04
GBP 19 20 Hour
Contact Consultant:
Thomas Ramsay

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