Analytical Chemist
Analytical Chemist

Sygnature Discovery is an award-winning provider of fully integrated drug discovery research programmes to the global pharmaceutical industry. Our clients place particular value on the highly flexible, transparent and collaborative business model we have developed. To support this energetic and creative working environment, our facility offers eight purpose-built and technologically advanced laboratories in which to deliver exceptional research. Our continuing growth plans will be supported by our move to the Discovery building in spring 2017. This is a brand-new purpose-built facility, adjacent to our current location in the centre of Nottingham.

 

To support the increasing demand for our services, we are looking for an innovative and enthusiastic analytical chemist. Successful candidates are likely to have a degree in organic chemistry or a related discipline; preferably with a drug discovery background gained within a pharmaceutical company or a CRO. Ideally they will be confident with purification methods and have experience in a wide range of analytical techniques, including the use of HPLC, LCMS and preparative HPLC. The position will involve developing new chromatographic methods, running physiochemical assays, purification by preparative HPLC and the maintenance of analytical instrumentation. Experience built within an industrial drug discovery environment is highly desirable.

 

In return we offer excellent training and benefits. These include highly competitive salaries and pension scheme, as well as private medical insurance and life assurance. 

How to apply:

If you are interested in joining a successful, engaged and award-winning company that places its people at the heart of its business, please send your CV, with covering letter, to careers@sygnaturediscovery.com or visit www.sygnaturediscovery.com to find out more.

Please note that candidates must be eligible and able to work in the UK. Please include details of your eligibility in your application.

 

Closing date: 31 March 2017