Average Senior Research Scientist, Biotechnology with Biotechnology Skills Salary in London, England: London

£43,347
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£3,860
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The average salary for a Senior Research Scientist, Biotechnology with Biotechnology skills in London, England: London is £43,347.
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£32k
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£47k
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MEDIAN £43,347
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Salary
£32k - £47k
Bonus
£2k - £5k
Total Pay
£32k - £51k

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Job Description for Senior Research Scientist, Biotechnology

Senior Research Scientist, Biotechnology Tasks
  • Lead the formulation, development, and optimization of new programs, designs, and prototypes.
  • Participate in research formulating and writing with other staff.
  • Assess new technologies and future applications of technologies.
  • Propose, plan, and manage research projects, report preparation, and presentation of findings.

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Popular Skills for Senior Research Scientist, Biotechnology

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