Formulation Development Scientist

Reporting to the Formulation Group Leader, you will be directly involved in the formulation and process development of medicinal products, covering a range of dosage forms including tablets, capsules, controlled release systems, sachets, liquids and semi-solids. You will operate various equipment involved in the manufacturing process at laboratory and pilot scale, complete accurate process documentation in accordance with GMP, manage the transfer of technology from formulation development to production and liaise with relevant staff on the manufacture of clinical trial batches.

In order to be considered for the role, candidates must have a Bachelors degree in a related Scientific / Technical discipline and have hands-on experience in formulation development of solid oral dosage forms with knowledge of some of the following processes:

* Wet granulation
* Dry granulation
* Fluid bed coating / drying
* Encapsulation
* Tableting and tablet coating

Previous experience of optimizing manufacturing processes is essential, along with working knowledge of cGMP clinical manufacturing. Previous experience in controlled release, statistical experimental design, QbD experience or regulatory submissions would be desirable.

As well as a competitive salary on offer, the role comes with opportunities for growth & promotion, working at state of the art facility.

In order to apply for this role please forward your CV to or call Melissa on +44 (0) 2392 322 306 for further details.

STR Limited is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.



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