CatSci Open Their 2022 Early Careers Scheme For Graduates
6th December 2021
At CatSci, we are innovators, we are experts, and we are committed. Together, we help develop new medicines.
We are passionate about the future of drug development, which is why we are incredibly excited to announce the launch of our 2022 Early Careers Scheme. This programme is for MChem graduates with a passion for creating best-in-class therapeutics in a green and cost-effective way looking to begin their career journey with an award-winning, scientifically-led and commercially-minded innovation partner for medicines development.
After the success of the pilot scheme in early 2021, we are pleased to share that the 2022 programme has been revamped to provide graduates with even more support and development opportunities to accelerate their careers. Our Talent Lead and Diversity & Equality Champion, Seb York, and one of our Associate Principal Scientists, Dr Jo Sampson, have been working extremely hard to make this scheme one of the best graduate offerings in the UK. You will get the opportunity to combine full-time employment with a traineeship as the role is centred around personal development. We are committed to individual growth, so you can become a well-rounded and experienced scientist. You will be applying creative and systematic approaches to process, research and development that lead to safe, sustainable, robust and scalable synthetic routes.
Why Should I Join The CatSci Early Careers Scheme 2022?
• Competitive £24,000 – £25,000 salary
• Full-time employment with a focus on development
• Not a time-limited role, but a career opportunity
• Work on real-life projects independently
• Allocated mentor to help you achieve personal and professional goals
• Created by scientists, for scientists
• Join the best team!
We have partnered with over 30 universities so far, including Cardiff University, University of Southampton and University of Bristol. We are proud to be instrumental in creating new opportunities for the scientists of tomorrow.
Our Chief Operating Officer, Dr. Simon Tyler, said of the 2022 Early Careers Scheme: “Getting talented people into CatSci Ltd is my highest priority and greatest joy. We hope that this programme will contribute to the development of the next generation of industrial scientists and help to ensure that the UK remains one of the leading places to do pharmaceutical R&D.”
Our Talent Lead and Diversity & Equality Champion, Seb York added: “Our Early Career Scheme is a structured training and support framework. It is intended to establish the foundations of a long and productive career in process chemistry. CatSci is committed to hiring across all levels of experience, by creating opportunities for all scientists we will help develop their career whilst also making our team stronger, more diverse and even more innovative.”
Dr. Jo Sampson, one of our Associate Principal Scientists who has been instrumental in bringing the Early Careers Scheme to life, has said: “The 2021 cohort have been a fantastic addition to the CatSci team. It has been wonderful watching them grow in the field of process chemistry, as they learn new skills and techniques, and are mentored by our senior scientists. This talented group of chemists are making valuable contributions to our customer projects, and I look forward to the next cohort who will join CatSci through the Early Careers Scheme in 2022.”
If you’re ready to take the leap towards your future career in industry and join a dynamic and innovative company where you can be the best you can be, then our 2022 Early Careers Scheme is for you. Click here to apply.
To find out more about what it’s like to work at CatSci, make sure you sign up to our Virtual Open Day on Wednesday 12th January 2021. We’ll be talking about recruitment, career opportunities and upcoming roles, and why CatSci could be the place for you to start your career journey.
To see more about what CatSci can do for chemistry students, take a look at our upcoming Virtual Poster Competition for final year PhD students, in collaboration with LabLinks, or have a read of our Internships at CatSci series.