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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

    30 Apr 2017

    Lab Supervisor - Microbiology

    Working within the Microbiology team, you will be responsible for ensuring the smooth running of the laboratory, organising staff training and development and ensuring that equipment and facilities are maintained to the highest standards. The ability to maintain effective working relationships with study management and facilities personnel is critical for success in this role. Requisition number – 157928

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    31 May 2017

    Project Manager

    Working in our Project Management team, you will be responsible for managing projects for our Elite clients. Proven experience in Project Management is a necessity for this role and excellent communication skills are essential. Requisition number – 15849

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    31 May 2017

    Scientist/Senior Scientist – Immunology

    Working within the Operational Development Services team the role requires an experienced Scientist to lead the development of new cell based assays as part of a planned expansion. Critical to the success of the role is the ability to maintain effective working relationship with the wiser organisation. The role will involve training of colleagues and routine analysis of Client samples to support the service. The appointee will need the ability to work independently but will be part of a small team of assay development scientists. Requisition number – 155465

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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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