Laboratory Technician - 22415-1

Laboratory Technician - 22415-1
  • £15.54 per Hour
  • Temporary
  • Sandwich, Kent, England, UK Sandwich Kent UK CT13 9ND
Job Ref: J2160967
Sector: Science
Sub-sector: Pharmaceuticals
Date Added: 24 September 2021
Lab technician - sandwich

Job Title: Laboratory Technician

Location: Sandwich, Kent

Contract: 6 months

Hours: 37 hours per week (Mon-Fri)

Do you have a degree in pharmacy, pharmaceutical science / technology, chemistry, or life sciences?

I have an opportunity to work for a global pharmaceutical company in a 'hands-on' role in a team conducting research into the solubility and dissolution of API and drug products. You will be working in a state of the art facility in the drug product design department, which specialise in material science and formulation design.

Key responsibilities:

  • Support high quality scientific experimentation to characterise API's and oral drug products. Responsibilities will include sample preparation and analysis for solubility and dissolution studies.
  • Ensure accurate, timely entries are made in electronic laboratory notebook system according to accepted good practice.
  • Analyse and summarise experiment results and prepare technical reports.


  • Practical experience in a laboratory setting which may include general laboratory procedures, analytical techniques, drug product formulation development or design.
  • Graduate degree in pharmaceutical or allied sciences (i.e. pharmacy, pharmaceutical science / technology, chemistry, or life sciences) will be considered an advantage.

If this role is of interest of you please send me your most up to date CV to and a time that is convenient for me to call you. Call me on 02039378539 for more details.

Key Words: chemistry / pharmaceutical / technician / drug design / API / GMP / Analytical / laboratory / formulation

24/10/2021 14:48:02
GBP 15.54 15.54 Hour
Contact Consultant:
Tom O'Neill

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