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Reading Scientific Services Ltd (RSSL) is a cutting-edge Contract Research Organisation (CRO), providing research, analysis and consultancy to the food and pharmaceutical sectors. Whether we are creating new products, validating medicines or solving investigations, we take pride in being a leader in our field, serving clients from across 60 countries. 

In 2021, we’ve been recognised as Employer of the Year and Business of the Year at the Thames Valley Business Awards, and in past years have achieved OBN's Best CRO and Women in Business Enlightened Employer.

Enriched by our parent company Mondelēz International, our diverse team includes 23 nationalities from 300 members, creating a family feel as we strive towards our mission of “Science Enhancing Lives”.

About the team

Pharmaceutical Wet Chemistry is a pivotal team in RSSL which provides regulatory resting for pharmaceutical raw materials on behalf of a wide range of major clients. With exponentially increasing demand, it’s our biggest area of expansion growing roughly 30% year on year. Joining this team will allow you to do truly vital work analysing medicines so they can reach patients that need them. You’ll have opportunity to gain new technical skills as the laboratory continues going from strength to strength.

Purpose of the role

A Pharmaceutical Analyst executes hands-on wet chemistry analyses such as UV, FTIR, titrations and gravimetric techniques.  

You’ll ensure routine and complex pharmaceutical projects are performed promptly and to GMP standards, performing practical bench-work and transcription checking for routine analyses of pharmaceutical raw materials using wet chemistry techniques in accordance with pharmacopoeia or client methods. As required you’ll work with clients to provide technical input into project discussions.

Responsibilities

Technical

Perform routine analysis using wet chemistry techniques

Provide technical direction to the business.

Supervise staff in routine activities and methods.

Ensure effective organisation, integrity of analytical data and provision of results.

Perform transcription checking and provide interpretation of results for routine testing.

What you will bring

Essential

Experience of using wet chemistry techniques in any setting (eg in academia or as a technician).

Chemistry (or related) degree or equivalent laboratory experience.

Communication skills to develop good working relationships with internal and external clients.

English fluency.

Preferred

Pharmaceutical industry knowledge.

Knowledge GMP systems.

Pharmaceutical Wet Chemistry is a pivotal team in RSSL: with exponentially increasing client demand, it’s our biggest area of expansion growing 30% from September 2018 to September 2019. Joining this team will allow you to do truly vital work analysing medicines so they can reach patients that need them. You’ll have opportunity to gain new technical and leadership skills as the laboratory continues going from strength to strength. A Pharmaceutical Analyst executes hands-on wet chemistry analyses such as UV, FTIR, titrations and gravimetric techniques.  

You’ll ensure routine and complex pharmaceutical projects are performed promptly and to GMP standards, performing practical bench-work and transcription checking for routine analyses of pharmaceutical raw materials using wet chemistry techniques in accordance with pharmacopoeia or client methods. As required you’ll work with clients to provide technical input into project discussions.

Company: Reading Scientific Services Limited

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No Relocation support available

Business Unit Summary

Reading Scientific Services, Ltd. (RSSL) is a cutting-edge contract research organization (CRO), providing research, analysis and consultancy to the food and pharmaceutical sectors. Whether we are creating new products, validating medicines or solving investigations, we take pride in being a leader in our field, serving clients from across 60 countries.  

We were recognized in 2019 as an Enlightened Employer, Women in Business and Thames Valley Tech finalists and in 2018, one of our family members earned the Food & Drink Federation’s Scientist of the Year. Enriched by our parent company, Mondelēz International, our diverse team of 300 includes 23 nationalities, creating a family feel as we strive toward our mission of “Science Enhancing Lives.”

 

Mondelēz International is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation or preference, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

 

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