ADMET Scientist

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Our client is a multi-site research organisation operating across a number of sites across the UK, they provide an innovate range of services and solutions to clients in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, food, agrochemical, petrochemical, chemical, cosmetics and consumer products sectors. Due to growth they are now recruiting across a number of departments, one of these roles is for a ADMET Senior Scientist.

The Role

Responsibilities will range from performing a range of ADMET assays to managing a range of ADMET assays, including the design, execution, analysis, interpretation and high quality reporting. In addition, dependent on the level of experience, there will be opportunities to contribute to the expansion of our drug discovery services through the development & validation  of new quality in vitro assays, adding value to our customer offering.  

The Successful Applicant

The successful applicant will be supporting the discovery process to deliver ADMET/DMPK assay results to a high standard. Therefore, they will be an effective communicator, able to build strong working relationships with their team and will also maintain up to date knowledge of the scientific field and emerging technologies.

Ideally the successful applicant will have a BSc in a life science topic or relevant ADMET/DMPK laboratory experience. They will need to have sound theoretical and practical understanding of in vitro life science assays and, depending on experience level, will also need LC-MS and mass spectrometry experience. Experience with tecan automation, cell cultures and aseptic techniques would be advantageous. 

Why work for us

Our experienced Scientists appreciate the challenging work, as well as our autonomous and collaborative culture. Those who are earlier in their career love the fact that they can continue to learn in a supportive environment, gaining lots of exposure to interesting and engaging projects. If that wasn’t enough, we’re also a flexible, forward thinking business which aims to develop our workforce to be the best they can be, encouraging personal and professional development both in and out of the laboratory.

18 November 2020