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MSAT Scientist

Summary of the role
Your role as a Manufacturing Science and Technology (MSAT) Scientist will involve:

  • Researching new technologies
  • Developing different approaches to manufacturing processes
  • Implementing new technologies and approaches to develop new products, improve efficiency and scale up the production of medicines and vaccines
  • Working within a diverse team with many different stakeholders
  • Managing multiple projects
  • Testing and assessing the production process to ensure high quality is maintained through research, development and commercial production
  • Conducting regular evaluations on advanced therapy and vaccine processes to document product developments, find defects and advise on modifications or latest technologies

Headline skills required

  • Problem-solving & investigation skills
  • Data analysis and IT skills
  • Written and verbal communication skills
  • Creative thinking and innovation

How much can I expect to earn?
This role has an average starting salary of £35,000 a year.

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