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Covering the following locations: Sunderland

Haemostasis Scientist

Are you seeking a new Scientist role concentrating within Haemostasis theory?

My client is a leading medical diagnostics company specialising in the design, manufacture and support of IVD analysers and reagents. Based in the North East of England my client is seeking a Haemostasis Scientist to join their team.

What will you be doing?
- Develop, maintain and apply in-depth theoretical knowledge to support R&D opportunities
- Operate and maintain a variety of coagulation analysers and general lab equipment
- Perform technical support and customer complaint investigations as required
- Follow good laboratory practice whilst following statutory and site safety requirements

What is my client looking for?
- Sound knowledge of haemostasis theory and methodologies
- Excellent time management and organisational skills, with the ability to work well within a team
- Good laboratory practice and knowledge of GMP/GLP standards
- Proper handling of human blood samples
- Proficient in Office applications and the use of scientific and statistical analysis software

This is an exciting permanent opportunity working as part of their haemostasis product group. For further Information please contact Alex Martin on 01494 81808 or <>

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Job Ref: 67066

Alex Martin

Recruitment Manager 01494 818 028

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