Applications are invited for a software engineer to work in the EPSRC Future Manufacturing Research Hub in Continuous
Manufacturing and Advanced Crystallisation (www.cmac.ac.uk) led by the University of Strathclyde. The CMAC Hub comprises
a multidisciplinary team of academics and researchers located across seven Universities within the UK providing a platform for
collaborative research, training and knowledge exchange in the area of advanced pharmaceutical manufacturing. The CMAC
Hub has a large and vibrant programme with key Industry partners including AZ, Bayer, GSK, Lilly, Novartis, Pfizer, Roche and
Takeda with a broad range of technology companies and SMEs. CMAC has also benefited in recent years from significant capital
investments to create a world-class suite of research facilities and operates a comprehensive suite of high-value, state-of-theart
continuous processing equipment, novel monitoring and control systems and extensive off-line characterisation capabilities
to support our research.
You will join a vibrant programme of basic, applied and digital research that spans advanced crystallisation and processing of
active ingredients and formulated systems, process analysis, monitoring and control as well as product analysis, testing and
Experience of coding and development of software and digital tools will be essential. You will be a capable Computer Scientist
able to do coding and software development and integration of tasks. Experience of working in a multi-centre University
research environment will be advantageous.
You will have excellent written and verbal skills with the ability to demonstrate prioritisation and scheduling of your own
workload. Candidates must have strong problem solving abilities, demonstrating innovation and creativity in dealing with
challenges. Excellent organisational, communication and interpersonal skills will be essential. It would be advantageous if
candidates have a degree in a relevant subject (computational science, chemical or mechanical engineering, physics, chemistry,
mathematics, or other related discipline).
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Closing Date: 01/03/2021
GSK Materials Scientist, Crystallisation
Closing Date: 15th February 2021
GSK are seeking 2 crystallisation process development scientists with a working knowledge of Materials Science to join our Materials Science department within Chemical Development, R&D.
Materials Science provides holistic understanding of how structure influences particle and powder properties to design a particle process which optimises drug product processing and performance. As projects advance through development, materials scientists support project teams by performing laboratory studies, analysing data and supporting plant campaigns, from lead optimization up to and including the transfer and industrialization of manufacturing processes to commercial facilities.
The role is fast-paced and dynamic as you may be working on a number of multi-disciplinary teams. >>> more