| || 20461BR |
| || Claims Implementation Scientist I |
| || Southampton |
| || Permanent |
| || Purpose:|
To support in the development and application of new methods for the Claims Implementation work programme, for next generation tobacco and nicotine product (NGP) assessment.
To support the development of laboratory methods across multiple 3rd party CROs
To support the integration of novel laboratory methods at BAT and external partners for BAU requirements.
- Applies knowledge and experience to develop new methods in support of claims requirements for the new NGP platforms
- Approach to task is by selection of appropriate means learned from knowledge and experience and thorough understanding of principles and concepts.
- Ability to adapt quickly to changing business requirements.
- Identify requirements for and approve procedures/process to ensure ‘Best Practice’ is followed.
- Follows the principles of ‘Best Practice’ (eg. GLP, ISO 9001).
- Application of project management principals and use of quality systems such as EQMS/MasterControl.
- Planning – short to medium term workload.
- Understands, promotes and applies their responsibilities under the EH&S policy.
- Adheres to all financial processes and controls.
- Provision of appropriate supervision and coaching to support others.
- Provides consultancy on technical issues.
- Promotes culture of continual improvement, and provides support in the delivery of improved systems and processes for future regulatory purposes.
- Key representative in interactions with internal stakeholders and cross-functional teams
- Representative in interactions with 3rd party external technical stakeholders.
- Support the writing of technical reports, publications and presentations to communicate research findings to the internal / external scientific community to build BAT’s reputation for world class science.
- Development work supported by objective evidence and validation.
- Interprets output of technical work and makes recommendations.
- Maintains awareness of technical developments for business or self-improvement
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- Directly relevant professional/academic achievement equivalent to 1st / 2nd Degree in a relevant biological discipline.
- Appropriate educational background.
- Complies with and applies business processes appropriately.
- Experience working in a laboratory environment and track record of method development
- Basic knowledge across the product risk spectrum.
- Basic understanding of the business and what types of products / brands are sold globally.
- Demonstrated ability to work well in a team environment.
- Strong written, oral and presentation communication skills.
- Proactive; Delivery OTIF; Leads by example; Seizes opportunities to benefit the team and R&D
- Strong team player who collaborates with peers to support critical projects and deliverables.
- Can do attitude and drives for results.
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- Relevant technical experience working with laboratory methods and a thorough knowledge of concepts, principles, methods and techniques. This includes the application of good laboratory practise aspects including knowledge of appropriate study design, data analysis, data standards and aseptic cellular techniques and appropriate BAT EH&S.
- Ability to bring new techniques in-house.
- Use of exposure systems would be desirable
| || British American Tobacco (www.bat.com) is a market leading, global organisation with a long, established history and a bright and dynamic future. Thanks to our people we have continued to deliver growth and exceed expectations in an increasingly complex and challenging marketplace.|
Our aim is to become the leading tobacco company in each of our markets by providing excellent products with confidence and responsibility expected of global consumer brands.
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| || British-American Tobacco (Holdings) Ltd |
| || 05-Mar-2018|