|Salary:||£24,948 to £27,131 per annum|
|Placed On:||18th January 2023|
|Closes:||14th February 2023|
Interview date: To be confirmed
The Analytical Centre based at the University of Bradford houses a range of sophisticated analytical instrumentation. The Centre routinely performs industrial sponsored contract research projects for clients to commercial timelines. We attract companies from a number of sectors including the pharmaceutical, healthcare and chemical industries. An excellent opportunity has arisen for a Project Analyst to support and perform contracted project work undertaken by the commercial projects delivery team in the area of chemical and pharmaceutical analysis.
You will be highly motivated and able to work with minimum supervision to meet agreed targets and deadlines and will possess good communication and teamwork skills. You will be required to liaise with senior colleagues in order to complete the project analytical studies and also colleagues outside of the department to ensure that the laboratory environment that underpins the work is well maintained and any consumables are replenished. The project analyst is expected to deal with day to day practical matters relating to experiments in line with SOPs and in collaboration with colleagues. Your responsibilities will include completing and maintaining manual records as part of the analytical process and assisting in the completion of reports and certificates of analysis within recognized frameworks of quality assurance under the guidance of experienced commercial projects staff.
This is an exciting opportunity for you to work as part of a commercially focused delivery team and develop your skills in a range of analytical techniques. Your role will allow you to gain valuable commercial experience within industry accepted quality assurance frameworks.
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