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Microbiology Graduate, Graduate Scheme 2020 Start Jobs

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    • Oxford
    • £25k-£35k
    • Tessella
    • Posted 12 months ago

    We are looking for top STEM graduates and postgraduates to join our data science and analytics consultancy. You will use and develop a range of skills to create and deliver innovative solutions that truly make a difference in the world. Tessella is the Analytics World Class Centre of the Altran Group. We are scientists and engineers who enjoy so...

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Microbiology Graduate

Apply for the Best Microbiology Graduate Jobs

Microbiology graduate jobs are focussed on candidates that have completed microbiology, molecular biology, biology, biological sciences, biomedical sciences or applied biology degree courses. The majority of microbiology career opportunities are laboratory-based and many have a focus on certain specialisms such as immunology or molecular biology.  

Microbiology is a field that has made some fundamental discoveries in recent years which has changed the way we fight disease and look at our world. This is a multidiscipline subject and encompasses a range of specialisms such as genome sequencing, pathology, immunohematology, epidemiology and more. 

If you are looking for a graduate microbiology job in the UK, then contact STEM graduates today or upload your CV. If you are a female microbiology graduate, then take a look at our sister website STEM Women and sign up to our events

What can I do with a microbiology degree?

A microbiology degree opens up a variety of jobs in this fascinating field. Whether you want to work in the food industry, in cutting edge scientific research or in healthcare and pharmaceuticals – a career in microbiology can be challenging and rewarding.

There are several microbiology degree jobs that graduates with a relevant qualification may be able to apply for. These are: 

  • Microbiologist
  • Food Technologist
  • Laboratory Technician
  • Research Scientist
  • Pharmacologist
  • Clinical Physiologist
  • QA Associate
  • Microbiology scientist
  • Biomedical scientist 

Many of these roles tend to sit within organisations such as pharmaceutical companies, NHS trusts, scientific research institutes, government departments and universities. If you are looking for a microbiologist role within the food industry, most of these jobs will be with food brands and supermarkets.

How to find a microbiology graduate job

If you are looking for a different role – microbiology graduates could consider other avenues such as science communication, journalism, environmental science and ecology. With many transferable skills such as the ability to analyse, experience with using statistical programmes and lab skills – microbiology graduates are highly employable.

Looking for other biology jobs? Then take a look at our graduate biology jobs board. For more specialist careers advice go to our blog.