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Looking to get some industrial experience? May 17, 2010

Posted by qmresearchers in Interesting Job Adverts.
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A colleague of mine recently informed be about a science recruitment company called Lab Support. They are a recruitment company offering career opportunities in the field of scientific and clinical research. A couple of roles have recently come up in the London area and the details of one are listed below. The other role requires experience of in-vivo work with small animals and a home office licence. Although these roles do not specifically require a PhD, thinking about such roles may be one way to make the move into the competitive world of industry!

Research Scientist

Lab Support are currently recruiting for a Research Scientist to work for a small start up company on a rolling monthly contract based in central London. The successful candidate will be responsible for performing a range of laboratory duties to ensure the research lab runs smoothly. Duties will include tissue culture, laboratory house keeping and performing a range of cell assays.
Required Skills:
The ideal candidate for this position will be degree qualified in Molecular Biology or equivalent and have hands on experience of performing tissue culture along with a range of molecular and cellular biology techniques. Experience of performing stem cell research and working in a industrial laboratory would be advantageous but not essential for this role. The successful candidate will be driven with good enthusiasm for science and research.
Contact:
To apply for this role please call 01753 623 967 or email your CV to windsor@labsupport.co.uk quoting reference number 2179599. Lab Support is unable to employ any candidates requiring a sponsorship to work in the UK and all applicants must be in a position to accept employment without infringement of their immigration status. Lab Support is working as an Employment Business in relation to this role.

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