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Scientist III - Graduate level role

  • Job
    Full-time
    Entry & Junior Level
  • Research & Development
    Science
  • Oxford

AI generated summary

  • You must be degree qualified in a scientific discipline with lab experience. Strong desire to learn, proactive, team player, good communication and analytical skills, able to work in a fast-paced environment, and collaborate with cross-functional teams.
  • You will support R&D activities, conduct laboratory testing, evaluate results, analyze data, and contribute to product and process innovations within the packaging integrity and sterilisation development team. Exciting opportunity for growth and development in a fast-paced environment.

Requirements

  • To be successful, you will ideally be degree qualified in a scientific discipline, bring experience of working in a laboratory setting, and have a strong desire to learn and develop professionally.
  • The ideal candidates will be a proactive individual who takes initiative and is able to work within a team. You will need to have good communication, analytical and time management skills, and be comfortable working in a fast-paced, changing environment. There will be opportunity to collaborate within R&D, and with quality, operations and engineering functions in the UK, Ireland and the US.

Responsibilities

  • To support our continued site expansion, we currently have an opportunity within the R&D team for an entry-level, or graduate scientist to join us. This team provide product R&D support activities through scientific experimentation and concept development.
  • This position is at the heart of the R&D team within the packaging integrity and sterilisation development team and your input and delivery of results will be instrumental in the achievement of key product and process innovations in both the UK, Ireland and the US. In this role, you will laboratory testing activities, assessing the performance of our product, as well as aiding design of experimentation, concept development and sterile barrier system advancements.
  • You should be excited about working in a fast-paced environment within a hard-working and welcoming team. The position offers a wide-range of opportunities to grow your technical and scientific knowledge, as well as analysing data, evaluating results and forming conclusions, and using your technical writing skills to produce reports and documents.
  • To be successful, you will ideally be degree qualified in a scientific discipline, bring experience of working in a laboratory setting, and have a strong desire to learn and develop professionally.

FAQs

What is the main responsibility of the Scientist III role at Abbott Diabetes Care?

The main responsibility of the Scientist III role at Abbott Diabetes Care is to support product R&D activities through scientific experimentation and concept development, with a focus on packaging integrity and sterilisation development.

What qualifications are required for the Scientist III position?

Ideally, candidates for the Scientist III position should be degree qualified in a scientific discipline and have experience working in a laboratory setting. A strong desire to learn and develop professionally is also important.

What skills are important for success in the Scientist III role?

Important skills for success in the Scientist III role include good communication, analytical, and time management skills. Proactivity, initiative, and the ability to work within a team are also essential.

What benefits are included in Abbott's compensation package for the Scientist III position?

Abbott offers a competitive salary and benefits package for the Scientist III position, including a defined-contribution pension scheme, share ownership scheme, private healthcare, life assurance, and a flexible benefits scheme. Optional initiatives such as onsite allotments, yoga, and beekeeping are also available.

Science & Healthcare
Industry
10,001+
Employees

Mission & Purpose

At Abbott, we’re dedicated to helping people live more fully, in everything we do. We’re creating the future of healthcare through life-changing technologies that make you healthier and stronger, quickly identify when you have a medical need, and treat conditions to help you get back to doing what you love. With headquarters in north suburban Chicago, Abbott serves people in more than 160 countries with leading medical devices, diagnostics, nutrition products and branded generic medicines. More than 115,000 of us are helping millions of people to live better and healthier, every day around the world. Our employees do work that matters as part of a global community that supports them with career development opportunities and locally competitive benefits. Mission: We help people live better and healthier with our life-changing technologies. We're revolutionizing health with the most personal technologies, empowering people with the data and knowledge they need to help them live longer and better.