Location UK / Ulster
Job Type Permanent full-time
Salary Not disclosed
Updated 1 day ago
Working as part of the Almac Discovery drug discovery team based in Belfast, the successful candidate will be responsible for leading the application and development of state-of-the-art NMR techniques
Our drive and passion for the values championed by our Founder, and enshrined in the ethos of Almac, ensures that ‘Partnering to Advance Human Health’ is more than just a strapline – it is our way of life.
Advancing human health requires exceptional people – your talent, experience and passion will be the perfect match. Together we will make an exceptional difference to the health of countless patients all over the world ………and this is just the beginning.
Let’s be exceptional together
Working as part of the Almac Discovery drug discovery team based in Belfast, the successful candidate will be responsible for leading the application and development of state-of-the-art NMR techniques for fragment screening and biophysical characterisation of proteins of therapeutic interest to Almac Discovery.
This is a significant opportunity to play a central role in the further development of Almac Discovery as an innovative and successful biotechnology company. The successful candidate will work in state-of-the-art facilities within the vibrant and expanding Queen’s University Life-Science campus. Preference will be given to a highly motivated individual who will thrive in a collaborative research and development environment. The candidate must demonstrate outstanding analytical and strategic thinking in addition to driving scientific excellence.
(The following criteria may be applied if a large pool of applicants exist)
Additional essential and desirable criteria are outlined in the job description and person specification attached to the online job posting
(Full detail including eligibility criteria is outlined in the company handbook)
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23rd October 2019 at 17.00 hours