Novavax is hiring a Manufacturing Specialist for their Manufacturing Sciences and Technology (MS&T) group in Gaithersburg, Maryland. They are looking for a BS/MS ChemE who has some industry experience in biotechnology and pharmaceuticals. All recent Hopkins alumni who would be interested in applying, please check out the link below:
Dear ChemBE undergraduates/graduates,
A Global Operations Leadership Development (GOLD) Associate from Catalent Pharma Solutions (also recent graduate from our department) will be coming back to Johns Hopkins for recruitment. The GOLD program is an accelerated rotational program; students are encouraged to attend the Career Fair and/or Information Session to know more about this fantastic job opportunity.
Here’s the brochure for more information about Catalent’s GOLD program:
Career Opportunities for Recent Graduates – Junior Software Developers, Technical Analysts, and Data Scientists
Do you thrive in fast-paced technical environments and have a strong attention to detail? Are you eager to have a career where you are encouraged to meet your potential and have the opportunity to work for a prestigious company with an impressive global presence?
FDM is currently seeking a number of ambitious and driven candidates with the aptitude for IT to work in as FDM Consultants in the Washington DC area for one of our clients, a leading financial services organization in Virginia.
FDM is a global IT and business services provider with a dedication to technical excellence and professional development. Prior to working with our client, successful candidates receive intense training in Washington D.C. through our award-winning Academy. Our program helps build the required skills needed to launch your career as a successful Data Scientist. The 12-week training will take place in DC. The Data Scientist stream will contain training in UNIX, SQL, Java, Hadoop, Python and R and is specially tailored to develop your proficiency in modeling, metadata practice and big data. The Development stream will contain training in UNIX, SQL, Java, ITIL, Networking and Security, VMware and Puppet and is specially tailored to develop your proficiency in software-defined infrastructure.
After your training, you will be employed by FDM for a minimum of two years and will become responsible for representing the organization on site with our client. As an FDM Consultant, you enter the industry at a high level, already trained to our clients’ specific systems and technologies.
Fast-track career progression is a key focus of FDM, and our program will put you on a pathway that could lead into leadership roles working within multinational organizations.
· 4 year degree (preferably in Computer Science, IT, Engineering, Mathematics, or similar)
· A strong aptitude in IT and the interest and drive to expand your IT skill set
· Basic knowledge of computer hardware and software
· Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
· A problem solver with a keen eye for detail
· A desire to work at a large financial firm and ability to increase your financial knowledge
· Able to engage yourself in a project and enjoy the challenges and processes involved
· Flexible, eager, ambitious, and adaptable to change
· Able to commit to work for FDM for a minimum of two years
· Eligible to work in the US
· Available during the full duration of the training (12 weeks) in Washington D.C.
Suitable candidates are encouraged to apply immediately at:
Visit our website to hear from our Consultants about their experiences. There is no better way to launch your IT career than with FDM!
FDM is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, veteran status or any other status protected by federal, provincial, or local laws.
GSK is seeking an ongoing graduate (PhD) student for a 6-12 month co-op in GSK, King of Prussia. The student must be interested in learning analytical characterization techniques including chromatography, mass spectrometry and automation and utilizing “state of the art” equipment for evaluating high-throughput analysis of protein glycosylation from cell culture supernatant and purified proteins. More specifically, the co-op student will work on the following:
• Assist in setting up, operating and maintaining specialized equipment and apparatus for evaluating high-throughput analysis of protein glycosylation.
• Perform rapid analysis of protein glycosylation using advanced automation, chromatography and mass spectrometry techniques.
National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL) Graduate or Postdoctoral Researcher
Particle/Material Strength Characterization
The National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL) in Morgantown, WV is seeking motivated graduate or postdoctoral researchers interested in working in particle and material strength characterization. NETL is developing a novel model that can predict particle mass loss rates as the material undergoes chemical and structural changes during reduction and re-oxidation in fluidized bed reactors. This initial work will involve identification of what particle properties are important in resisting comminution while maintaining chemical reactivity, and developing an understanding of how these properties change during the chemical cycling of the material so that a simple engineering population balance model can be developed to provide a first order approximation of the material loss during cyclic operation in a chemical looping reactor system.
For more information, visit http://orau.gov/netl/open-projects/projects.html
Chemical Looping Combustion Oxygen Carrier Development/Evaluation
The National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL) in Morgantown, WV is seeking motivated graduate students interested in researching as part of the chemical looping combustion oxygen carrier development team at NETL. Successful candidates will work in the laboratories at NETL to develop oxygen carriers with stable reactivity and high physical integrity. Flow reactor studies, thermo-gravimetric analysis, sample preparation for flow reactor studies, thermodynamic analysis and determining reaction mechanisms, chemical and physical characterization of oxygen carriers, and energy analysis will be conducted in the laboratory.
For more information, visit http://orau.gov/netl/open-projects/projects.html
1. Environmental Policy Communications Associate
The EPA Environmental Research and Business Support Program has an immediate opening for an Environmental Policy Communications Associate with the Office of Research and Development at the EPA facility in Washington, D.C. Based on assignments received, the associate shall assist primarily with technical writing and editing, document formatting, and data entry videos.
Qualifications include: must have completed at least 2 years of college, working toward a degree in environmental science, ecology, biology, physical science, communications, or a related subject. It is desirable for the candidate to have strong written, oral, and electronic communication skills; proficiency with Microsoft Office; excellent proof reading and editing skills; a working knowledge of website design.
Reference Code: EPA-SSP-0002-1
2. Assessment Tool Associate
The EPA Environmental Research and Business Support Program has an immediate opening for an Assessment Tool Associate with the Office of Research and Development at the EPA facility in Research Triangle Park, NC. The position entails developing community decision support tools to help understand where, when, how often, and why people are exposed to environmental contaminants.
Qualifications include: a master’s degree in environmental science, public health, or a related discipline earned within the last 24 months; strong written, oral and electronic communication skills. It is desirable for applicants to have experience with GIS and/or IT and excellent proof reading and editing skills.
Reference Code: EPA-SSP-0010-1R
3. Aquatic Ecosystem Specialist
The EPA Environmental Research and Business Support Program has an immediate opening for an Aquatic Ecosystem Specialist with the Office of Research and Development at the EPA facility in Narragansett, Rhode Island. This research will involve experiments designed to elucidate the fate and effects of contaminants of emerging concern in the environment including development of analytical methods for detection/measurement, toxicity, bioaccumulation, sublethal endpoints and ecological effects.
Qualifications include: a B.S. or B.A. in biology, chemistry, environmental science, toxicology, oceanography, or a related environmental sciences field earned within the last 24 months; general laboratory and field experience in the environmental sciences; ability to swim; basic familiarity with small boats; it is desirable for the applicant to have experience working with analytical instrumentation and/or toxicity tests.
Reference Code: EPA-SSP-0015-2
4. Computational Biology Associate
The EPA Environmental Research and Business Support Program has an immediate opening for a Computational Biology Associate with the Office of Research and Development at the EPA facility in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina. A major goal of this project is to develop a general computational framework for assessing the taxonomic domain of applicability across documented Adverse Outcome Pathways.
Qualifications include: a bachelor’s degree in computational biology, bioinformatics, molecular biology, genetics, computer science, or a related field earned within the past 24 months; understanding of at least one scripting language; and a working knowledge of database development.
Reference Code: EPA-SSP-0005-02
5. Computer Programmer
The EPA Environmental Research and Business Support Program has an immediate opening for a Computer Programmer with the Office of Research and Development at the EPA facility in Corvallis, Oregon. The position entails assisting in the creation of a tool to help communities understand the local preferences for ecosystem services and the supply of those ecosystem services.
Qualifications include: A bachelor’s degree in computer science or a related discipline earned within the last 24 months, and strong software development skills. Experience with Microsoft Excel, developing graphical user interfaces, developing interactive web applications, and developing .NET applications is desired.
Reference Code: EPA-SSP-0014-02
6. Human Resource Support Associate
The EPA Environmental Research and Business Support Program has an immediate opening for a Human Resource Support Associate within the Human Resources Division in the Office of Administrative and Research Support at the EPA facility in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina. The position entails assisting the Division with the analytical and administrative duties required for a variety of support functions, including the centralized training request and approval services.
Qualifications include: a bachelor’s in management, human resources, business, or a related discipline within the last 24 months; education and/or experience in administrative support functions; strong research, organizational, multi-tasking, oral and written communication skills.
Reference Code: EPA-SSP-0001-06
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