Hazard Evaluation Scientist

Recruiter
CK Group
Location
Cramlington
Salary
Competitive
Posted
29 Sep 2020
Closes
27 Oct 2020
Ref
48963
Contact
Mary Bolt
Sector
Chemistry
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
CK Group are recruiting for a Hazard Evaluation Scientist to join a contract research development and manufacturing organisation at their expanding facilities located near Newcastle on a permanent basis.

The Company:
Our client is a contract development and manufacturing organisation who provide R&D and production services to the global pharmaceutical and chemical industry.

Location:
This role is going to be based in Cramlington located North of Newcastle.

Hazard Evaluation Scientist Role:
Your main duties will be to:

- Provide technical expertise on Process Safety related matters to support projects at both UK and US sites and be responsible for ensuring that chemical processes are properly assessed for process safety hazards prior to scale-up in laboratory, pilot plant, and manufacturing environments.
- Work closely with process development colleagues in identifying potential reactive hazards and the establishment of process control solution.
- Perform laboratory testing e.g. thermal stability screening, adiabatic calorimetry, reaction calorimetry, dust explosion testing, emergency relief evaluation, as well as data evaluation and literature review to support hazard your evaluations.

Your Background:
The ideal candidate for this role will have:

- Ideally educated to PhD level in Chemistry with experience in performing assessments of chemical process hazards, evaluating results, and reporting recommendations.
- Good working knowledge of laboratory testing techniques e.g., thermal stability screening or reaction calorimetry.
- Experience dealing with internal and external stakeholder groups, as well as managing multiple priorities.

Apply:
For more information or to apply for this Hazard Evaluation Scientist position, please contact Mary Bolt on 01246 457729 or email mbolt@ckscience.co.uk, quoting job ref 48963.

It is essential that applicants hold entitlement to work in the UK.

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