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Moving to Scotland could be the breakthrough you're looking for.

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Work in one of the largest life science clusters in Europe. Our pioneering research coupled with near by hospitals, drug clinics and world-renowned organisations means in Scotland you can truly collaborate, bring new concepts to life and life-changing products to market.

Build a rewarding career in our thriving science industry, making new discoveries every day. From hands-on scientist, technologist and researchers to CEOs, and sales and marketing, there’s exciting opportunities at every level.

Enjoy our welcoming culture, breathtaking scenery and be a part of something truly revolutionary.

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Current jobs in Life Sciences

  • New! CLOSING DATE:
    5 Mar 2017

    Assistant Scientist

    At our world class facility in Elphinstone, Tranent (close to Edinburgh), our Environmental Fate and Metabolism department currently has an exciting career opportunity for a temporary Assistant Scientist.

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  • New! CLOSING DATE:
    24 Feb 2017

    Laser Systems Engineer x 11

    Coherent Scotland have immediate openings for 11 Laser System Engineers based at our state of the art facility in Glasgow.The role is fixed term for an initial period of 12 months. Relocation packages are available and successful candidates will receive comprehensive training, either on site at Glasgow, or at our sister facility in Germany. Based within production, you will be responsible for the assembly and production of our complex laser systems including optic/laser alignment, fault diagnosis, result monitoring, analysis and the final optical assembly.

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  • New! CLOSING DATE:
    3 Mar 2017

    Clinical Pathology Analyst

    At our world class facility in Elphinstone, Tranent (close to Edinburgh), our Clinical Pathology Department currently has an exciting career opportunity for a temporary Clinical Pathology Analyst for a period of 6 months. Clinical Pathology is responsible for analysing biological samples, mostly blood and urine, taken from animals on toxicology and other regulatory studies with occasional involvement in clinical trials. Training will be provided for instrument operation and working in a GLP environment.

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GSK

11 Jan 2017

Attracting industry leaders 

In February, there was further evidence of Scotland’s ability to attract global businesses in the life sciences sector, with pharmaceutical giant GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) announcing plans to create 55 new jobs at its newly-expanded penicillin manufacturing plant in Irvine, North Ayrshire. .

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