Senior Pharmaceutical Developer
Expanding our business, we need to strengthen our expertise in drug development / process development and project management with a Senior Pharmaceutical developer. You will work in a small team of internal and external experts and manage process related issues such as granulation, tableting, coating, etc. You will also work as a project manager and play an important role finding the right partner (CDMO) for the development and production of materials for clinical studies.
- Background from drug development either from a large pharmaceutical company or a small research company.
- Academic degree in chemical engineering or potentially a MSc. Pharmacy.
- Experience from working for or collaborating with a CDMO (Contract Development and Manufacturing Organization)
What can we offer
You will have a great opportunity to join early and develop in a company with really high ambitions. Our product portfolio has a strong potential and covers both professional and consumer healthcare. Taking part in all stages of drug development, partnering with external specialist and clients gives you an opportunity to develop and to take large responsibility. We offer competitive benefits and working conditions, flexible working hours and a creative environment in Uppsala Science Park.
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Delivering drugs safely with less pain using ceramics.
Emplicure AB (publ) is a Swedish pharmaceutical company. We revolutionize the drug delivery by location and duration, giving patients a better and safer every day life, using the power in combining material science and pharma. Our innovative pharmaceuticals are all based on a large unmet medical need and existing pharmaceutical ingredients.