More jobs for PhD graduates

This is the latest in my update on jobs we are advertising on SAGE, the Careers Service vacancy database, which are targeted at PhD graduates.  This weeks batch all seem to be looking for a PhD (or a degree but a PhD is desirable) in science or engineering.  So we have:

Heron Evidence Development  are looking for an analyst for a medical writing role providing information for the global healthcare industry.  Closing date 31 January 2013.

Scott Logic want a software developer to work in Edinburgh. It’s open to graduates from any discipline but they must have a passion for IT and an interest in developing leading edge technologies.  Closing date 31 December 2012.

Marks and Clerk are looking for science, engineering or IT graduates to train as a patent attorney, working towards UK and European qualifications.  Roles are available in Edinburgh and Glasgow as well as other UK cities.  Closing date 12 January 2013 for a September 2013 start.

Glythera Ltd want a development scientist to help them develop technologies for use in a biomanufacturing environment.  A PhD in the life sciences or biochemical engineering is a must.  Applications are  as soon as possible.

For more details of these and other vacancies, go to SAGE.

If you are intrigued by the job titles but don’t really know what they involve then look at the occupational information on our website.  You’ll find profiles of the jobs, descriptions of the industry sector and often links to career contacts who will be happy to tell you about their jobs.

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