Your R&D job in Pharma or Chemicals

Are you a natural born problem solver? Known for spotting unmet needs and figuring out ingenious ways to meet them? Welcome.
As a chemist, biochemist, pharmacist, medical doctor, biologist or physicist you can expand your theoretical and practical skills, specialize in new areas or deepen your professional knowledge. You'll also enjoy an innovative, collaborative working environment and state-of-the art research facilities.
Research
We pride ourselves on innovative research, scientific excellence, and the highest level of ethical standards. We have a proven track-record of delivering research results that achieve new levels. New products and therapeutic approaches are discovered and tested for their marketability and then further developed. A continual flow of innovative and efficacious products is critical to our ability to compete in the global marketplace.
Opportunities exist in pharmaceutical research as well as research within the chemical and life science area and process engineering departments. A typical entry position here is laboratory manager, supported by a team of several laboratory technicians.

Development
Work here and you'll mainly deal with development and quality control work. The tasks range from synthesizing new active ingredients to investigating their pharmacological and toxicological properties.
Driving the development process of new products, integrating them successfully in our customers' processes or ensuring that market demands can be fulfilled requires a good understanding of the technical indicators, enthusiasm for new ideas as well as strong communication skills within international teams.

  
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