Job Role: Graduate Chemist
Vacancy type: Permanent
Starting Salary: Dependant on experience
Are you a recent graduate /about to graduate and looking for a break into Organic/Synthetic Chemistry in industry?
SRG are currently working with an expanding organisation that specialise in process development and the manufacturing of peptides and complex organic molecules as active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs), as well as innovative biochemical for research purposes. With affiliates in Europe and the US, my client works on a global scale and holds a leading position in this field.
This role is perfect for a recent graduate to join this innovative company and work at their well-equipped synthesis labs. You will perform solid phase synthesis of custom and catalogue proteins using a range of automated techniques. Full training will be provided, as long as you have the theoretical understanding around synthetic/organic chemistry.
- Be educated to MSc or PhD level within a Chemistry related field
- Solid understanding around organic chemistry, at academic/industrial level.
- Good communication skills, both verbally and written.
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