£43,414 – £53,353
1.0 (35 hours/week)
Term (36 months)
The Continuous Manufacturing and Advanced Crystallisation (CMAC) Hub is a world-class centre of excellence for advanced pharmaceutical manufacturing research, translation to industry and advanced training. As an EPSRC Future Manufacturing Research Hub, led by the University of Strathclyde we work in close collaboration with a number of spokes at leading UK academic institutions (Bath, Cambridge, Imperial College, Leeds, Loughborough, Sheffield) and linking with international centres in the US, Europe and Far East. Working in partnership with industry, CMAC’s purpose is to transform the development and manufacture of medicines through advanced design and manufacturing technologies including the development of digital twins and microfactories. The four key pillars of CMAC’s programme are to: deliver high quality manufacturing research; develop the workforce of the future through skills development and training; to drive effective translation of research into industry or commercial scale and, to continue to develop our world leading pharmaceutical facilities and lab of the future infrastructure. As part of the University of Strathclyde, CMAC is also a strategic research partner for the Centre for Process Innovation’s (CPI) recently established Medicines Manufacturing Innovation Centre (MMIC).
CMAC’s demand led vision has been developed through close collaboration with our Tier 1 industry partners (UCB, AstraZeneca, Chiesi, Takeda, Lilly, Pfizer and Roche) and a wide range of specialty pharma and technology companies. Established in 2011, CMAC has contributed to a £150m funding portfolio and currently comprises more than 130 staff and researchers, including academics, post docs, over 70 PhD students as well as an experienced support team. Building on significant capital investments CMAC has established the National Facility team to broaden our ability to support and engage a wide user community within the £90M Technology & Innovation Centre (TIC) building at Strathclyde.
To support our ambitious programme we are looking to recruit a Technical Translation Manager.
Formal interviews for this post will be held on 19/10/2022.
Informal enquiries about the post
can be directed to Massimo Bresciani,
Industry Director (email@example.com).