Opportunities have arisen for (Trainee) Analysts within our Bioanalysis & Immunology department. The primary function of the Bioanalysis & Immunology is to perform quantitative analysis of drugs and/or metabolites in biological samples, usually fluids such as plasma, serum and urine. These samples arise from both preclinical and clinical studies aimed at providing data for the development and registration of pharmaceuticals.
Our business is to provide support to Pharmaceutical, Biotechnology, Animal Health and Agrochemical companies and work as a CRO partner to develop their range of products. We recognise that the stakes are higher than ever for these companies to develop their products quicker and more effectively than ever before.
Through our strategic worldwide growth, we have built a company uniquely designed to meet the needs of our clients in a rapidly evolving and demanding product development environment. Our goal is to continue to develop and expand our business to ensure that we continue to exceed our clients’ expectations.
The main duties of this position will involve the validation and application of analytical methods to measure the levels of drugs and metabolites in biological fluids. As a (Trainee) Analyst you will be fully trained in all aspects of these studies, including sample processing, set-up/operation of analytical systems (primarily HPLC with mass spectrometric detection) and data review and processing (using Watson LIMS), so that you can play a full role in the conduct of bioanalytical studies.
Skills / Experience
A working knowledge of sample preparation and chromatographic techniques, including HPLC and/or LC-MS, would be a distinct advantage, though not essential as full training will be given. You should be able to communicate effectively, have good problem solving skills and be able to work to tight deadlines and record data accurately.
Note for Recruitment Agencies
Please note that our Human Resources Department are currently managing this vacancy internally. Agency support will only be sought, if necessary, after the short-listing process has been completed.
You will have graduated with an Honours degree (or equivalent) in Chemistry or a related discipline. Consideration will also be given to applicants with relevant laboratory and analytical experience
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