Scientist (Medical Devices) 12 month FTC - Camberley

Dart Recruitment
£24000 - £26000 per annum
09 Aug 2017
18 Aug 2017
Scientist 12-month temp - Camberley Our International Client is looking for a Scientist for a 12-month fixed term assignment at the prestigious Camberley offices, the role would be: To generate technical data supporting product development and product understanding for both pipeline activities and post-market support. Be a key driver of the Technical/CMC workstream in IO Development Projects and support the Technical Lead on IOFT Projects. To plan, perform and develop new processes related to development & testing of new and existing drug/device combination products. Work with minimal technical supervision – supervision and guidance relate largely to overall objectives, critical issues, new concepts, and policy matters. Principal Responsibilities Act as SME in analytical testing for both drug and device products supporting Product Realisation & Product Development as part of R&D endorsed projects Develop and grow internal expertise in key process areas relating to current and future products and develop and grow internal knowledge on current and future base technologies. Actively support technology and analytical transfer exercise between Innovation and other partners, both internal and external General scientific resource/support for research, development and manufacturing projects Performance of laboratory investigations and experiments, recording of experimental data, preparation of protocols and presentation of results in technical reports Act as Laboratory Steward supporting Laboratory manager in day-to-day activities Assess feasibility of new products Support development of new testing methods Compilation of data and generation of technical documents, such as reports and agreements to support regulatory submissions & compliance to quality systems Supporting clinical and preclinical clinical trials by supplying technical information and training Ensure that all interactions and engagements are carried out with the highest ethical and professional standards and that all work is accomplished with quality and in accordance with the Client’s values. Carry out other reasonable tasks as required by the Line Manager. Principal Relationships Accountable to – Laboratory Manager Internal – Innovation, Quality, Regulatory, Clinical, Marketing & IP groups External – Suppliers, Third Parties Education and Experience Holder of a scientific degree. Experience in working in Medical Device Industry notably with Class II or Class III devices or under a Medicinal Manufacturing License & cGMP recommended. Experience in Design Control, with hands-on practice in developing new entities through the various design phases recommended Experience in being audited or inspected recommended Experience and skills in drug delivery and working in laboratories Skills and Attributes Good time management skills, with a positive attitude. Flexible and keen to learn and assimilate new technical information Good problem-solving skills capable to turn potential difficulties into opportunities. Capable to work under tight deadlines, with the ability to plan and organise own work by appropriate prioritisation of actions Good communication skills, both written and verbal. Capable of motivating people and adapting to unexpected changes in tasks. Clear understanding of the applicable cGMP, Design Control and ICH Guidelines. Competent in Work, Excel, PowerPoint and knowledge of Microsoft Project. Occasional travel This job was originally posted as