Environmental Fate/Metabolism Study Director

Network Scientific Ltd
07 Nov 2017
16 Nov 2017
Contract Type
Full Time

Our client, a rapidly expanding scientific company providing expert advice on the fate and behaviour of chemicals, is looking to appoint an experienced Environmental Fate Study Director to join their already established team within the Environmental Fate research department.

Key responsibilities of the role include;
? Responsibility for planning, execution and delivery of a range of environmental fate studies
? Management of a small team of scientific staff
? Liaison with external clients providing expert advice, study updates and cost estimates

The ideal candidate will be educated to at least HNC/BSc level in chemistry, environmental sciences or a related subject. You will have proved experience designing and conducting environmental fate studies to meet client requirements and regulatory guidelines. The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate a sound knowledge of modern chromatographic and analytical techniques. You will confident running multiple studies to a high standard, on time and within budget. You will be an excellent communicator and an innovative thinker in order to find pragmatic solutions to often complex technical challenges. You will enjoy working in a team environment with the ability to train and develop junior members of staff.

For the right calibre of candidate, the client offers a very competitive salary with an attractive set of benefits including; stakeholder pension and private health care.

For more information or to apply, please contact Anthony Mullin on ************ or ************* Alternatively you could send your CV along with a detailed cover letter stating your salary requirements.

Please note that all applicants for this role should be able to prove that they are legally entitled work in the UK. Network Scientific Recruitment, part of Network Scientific Ltd. is an Employment Business/Agency.

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