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Laboratory research Collaboration and innovation: Working as a Research Scientist with Kilwaughter, you will contribute to the development of leading-edge products (Zolnierek/Getty Images/iStockphoto)

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Kilwaughter, Research Scientist

Kilwaughter Minerals is an innovative quarry and mineral processor established since 1939.

As a Research Scientist at Kilwaughter, Co. Antrim, you will be responsible for provision of scientific and technical input into R&D projects, contributing to the development of leading-edge products, planning creative improvements to existing render and coating products and identifying new innovations, which will have a major impact on margin and revenue.

This role will work as part of the R&D team and report to the Head of R&D while collaborating closely with Business Development and Commercial Departments on customer technical support, product enhancement and new product development.

For further information or to apply, go online at GetGot

Northern Ireland Hospice, Corporate Fundraiser

The NI Hospice require a talented individual to join their busy Fundraising Team based at Somerton Road, Belfast. If you are passionate about helping people to raise money whilst working towards achieving targets and want to do it for a brilliant cause, then they have just the job.

If you have a sales or fundraising background, are passionate about your work and want to make a real difference in your community, then NI Hospice would like to hear from you. They are currently recruiting for a Corporate Fundraiser to work as a key member of the Fundraising team, to build new relationships and work with existing business supporters to raise vital funds for Hospice. If this sounds like a role you are suited to and you want to develop your career with one of Northern Ireland’s most loved organisations, then NI Hospice wants to hear from you.

To apply, visit GetGot