Analytical Scientist - 26279 - new job in Sandwich, UK

Analytical Scientist - 26279
  • £16.65 per Hour
  • Temporary
  • Sandwich, Kent, England, UK Sandwich Kent UK CT13 9ND
Job Ref: J2165977
Sector: Science
Sub-sector: Pharmaceuticals
Date Added: 20 July 2022
Analytical scientist - sandwich

Job Title: Analytical Scientist

Rate: PAYE - £15.00 - £21.00 per hour. Umbrella - £17.00 - £23.00 per hour

Contract: 18 months

Hours: 37 hours per week (Mon - Fri)

Location: Sandwich


The Materials Characterisation Team based within the Global Supply Technology and Engineering (GT&E) department are looking for an analytical scientist to support the application of primarily chromatography methods to understand impurities in a broad range of excipients and active pharmaceutical ingredients. This will enable technical support for complex analytical and process investigations along with the assessment and support of on market products in the areas of non-conforming materials, line extensions and second sourcing activities.


  • Proven experience with the application of chromatography methods to quantify impurities
  • Demonstrated application of wider suite of analytical methods to build understanding of material attributes.
  • Understanding of analytical approaches to evaluate elemental impurities


Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Support the development and application of chromatography methods for the quantitation of small molecule impurities.
  • Evaluate chemical properties of a broad range of excipients using suite of analytical methods.
  • Determine the elemental chemical profiles of API's, excipients and drug products to enable understanding of composition and impurities to support product investigations and process understanding.
  • Perform experiments in accordance with good laboratory practices (GLP), established business processes and protocols, and applicable SOPs.
  • Conduct technical data reviews, and present data interpretation and conclusions to customers for making informed decisions.
  • Prepares and reviews technical documents, including validation protocols and reports, analytical test procedures, investigation reports, and change controls.


  • Experience with HPLC/UPLC method development & validation
  • Strong written and oral communication skills.
  • Independent, accountable, attention to detail, ability to effectively balance multiple projects, and strong interpersonal/communication skills are required.

If this role is of interest to you, (or you know anyone who might be suitable), please email your CV to Tom O'Neill at and a time that is convenient for me to call you.

19/08/2022 11:13:32
GBP 16.65 16.65 Hour
Contact Consultant:
Rabia Khan

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