Experience: 3 + Years
Education: Bachelors/3-5 yr Degree
Location: Petten, North Holland, Netherlands
(Radio)chemical researcher medical isotopes
As a radiochemist you contribute to the development and production of medical isotopes for diagnostic and therapeutic application. You are responsible for your work on, among other things, the chemical processing, purification and synthesis of irradiated isotopes into high-quality radio chemicals as well as for characterization.
You give substantive support to senior lead scientists or project managers. Depending on your experience, plan and divide your work from other research staff. You are also involved in the realization of the new production facilities of the Field-Lab and small-scale production according to Good Manufacturing Practices of medical isotopes and new radiopharmaceuticals for clinical studies.
From your substantive background, you are aware of the latest methods and techniques in the field and can translate and propagate them for application in product development and production. As an experienced radio chemist, you play an important role in defining and securing the quality of content within the projects and for production.
As a (radio) chemist you contribute to various projects with a great responsibility for your work. The projects are all challenging, combined with strict requirements for safety and quality. We want you to learn from the experts from the field and you will be intensively supervised by your team manager. This will help you with your development in the field and building a network. Together with you, a personal development plan is drawn up and designed.
As a (radio)chemical researcher, you must be prepared to learn or know the (safety) procedures in force, or already know them;
Minimum HBO level of work and thinking, in an analytical/inorganic chemical direction or chemical-technical direction;
Demonstrable experience with (radio) chemical and technical work and being able to switch with other substantive disciplines is required;
You have at least 5 years of work experience after graduating as a (radio) chemist;
Understanding developments in the preclinical and clinical field with medical isotopes is an advantage, as well as experience with medical product development, GMP guidelines and pharmaceutical industry, and automation of small-scale (radio) chemical processes.
You get excited about complex research projects with a lot of challenge and you can work well together;
You have drive and perseverance and work purposefully with a high quality and safety awareness;
You can independently devise new methods and techniques and propose and initiate solutions;
You are realistic and work project-wise towards the best solution to achieve the desired result.
Peterson offers safe, reliable and value added risk management and logistics solutions to the energy, shipping and agricultural industry globally from strategic locations. Additionally, we offer specialist activities including inspection and certification of a broad range of products. Founded in 1920, Peterson is non-stock listed and family-owned. Together with sister company Control Union we operate in over 70 countries worldwide.
Peterson operates across many different industries. From agriculture to coal and minerals and from oil and gas to biofuels and biomass, together we are One Peterson. We offer three core activities, namely quality assurance, integrated logistics and related activities. Related activities include recruitment, procurement, project and consultancy services.