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        • oxford, south east
        • internship
        • £10.00 per hour
        • randstad inhouse services
        Randstad is recruiting for a number of Associate Project Engineers on behalf of a global medical device and health care leader, who are dedicated to helping people reach their full health potential. This is a short term, summer, student placement and an exciting opportunity to work within the on site engineering team gaining valuable manufacturing experience.Our engineering team covers a range of engineering disciplines, so we are looking for someone who is willing to be a part of a highly-skilled team delivering innovative solutions to complex challenges in a highly-automated manufacturing process. Placement length: 12 weeksHours: Standard office hours, Monday to FridayOffice based: WitneyPay rate: £10 per hour You must be currently studying for an Engineering degree. Main responsibilities:Provide support and assistance with Engineering and systems projects, documentation and other activities in compliance with site, Corporate and external regulatory requirements.Deliver innovative solutions to complex challenges in a highly automated manufacturing processBe responsible for working within the Operations Engineering team providing support to Senior Engineers on projects and tasks within agreed constraints of time, cost and qualityContribute to the development and validation of software applications.To ensure that system changes are introduced according to the required standards and procedures with appropriate use of the Software Life Cycle (SLC) and change control processes.To assist with validation and operation of production equipment, proposing solutions to issues as they arise, implementing and documenting under supervision.Work could include running trials on manufacturing equipment, creating models, collecting and analysing data and writing reports. All documentation must be completed in compliance with site, Corporate and external regulatory requirements. Requirements:Mechanical, Design, Electrical Engineering student Validation characterisation experienceSoftware and design knowledge is idealEnthusiastic with a desire to help peopleStrong morals If you are interested in working for a renowned healthcare company and want to gain valuable experience in working in a manufacturing environment don't hesitate, apply today! Randstad Business Support is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.
        Randstad is recruiting for a number of Associate Project Engineers on behalf of a global medical device and health care leader, who are dedicated to helping people reach their full health potential. This is a short term, summer, student placement and an exciting opportunity to work within the on site engineering team gaining valuable manufacturing experience.Our engineering team covers a range of engineering disciplines, so we are looking for someone who is willing to be a part of a highly-skilled team delivering innovative solutions to complex challenges in a highly-automated manufacturing process. Placement length: 12 weeksHours: Standard office hours, Monday to FridayOffice based: WitneyPay rate: £10 per hour You must be currently studying for an Engineering degree. Main responsibilities:Provide support and assistance with Engineering and systems projects, documentation and other activities in compliance with site, Corporate and external regulatory requirements.Deliver innovative solutions to complex challenges in a highly automated manufacturing processBe responsible for working within the Operations Engineering team providing support to Senior Engineers on projects and tasks within agreed constraints of time, cost and qualityContribute to the development and validation of software applications.To ensure that system changes are introduced according to the required standards and procedures with appropriate use of the Software Life Cycle (SLC) and change control processes.To assist with validation and operation of production equipment, proposing solutions to issues as they arise, implementing and documenting under supervision.Work could include running trials on manufacturing equipment, creating models, collecting and analysing data and writing reports. All documentation must be completed in compliance with site, Corporate and external regulatory requirements. Requirements:Mechanical, Design, Electrical Engineering student Validation characterisation experienceSoftware and design knowledge is idealEnthusiastic with a desire to help peopleStrong morals If you are interested in working for a renowned healthcare company and want to gain valuable experience in working in a manufacturing environment don't hesitate, apply today! Randstad Business Support is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.
        • oxford, south east
        • internship
        • £10.00 per hour
        • randstad inhouse services
        Randstad is recruiting for an Associate Operations Engineer on behalf of a global medical device and health care leader, who are dedicated to helping people reach their full health potential. This is a short term, summer, student placement and an exciting opportunity to work within the on site engineering team gaining valuable manufacturing experience.Our engineering team covers a range of engineering disciplines, so we are looking for someone who is willing to be a part of a highly-skilled team delivering innovative solutions to complex challenges in a highly-automated manufacturing process. Placement length: 8 - 10 weeksHours: Standard office hours, Monday to FridayOffice based: WitneyPay rate: £10 per hour You must be currently studying for an Engineering degree or be a 2021 graduate. Main responsibilities:Provide support and assistance with Engineering and systems projects, documentation and other activities in compliance with site, Corporate and external regulatory requirements.Deliver innovative solutions to complex challenges in a highly automated manufacturing processBe responsible for working within the Operations Engineering team providing support to Senior Engineers on projects and tasks within agreed constraints of time, cost and qualityContribute to the development and validation of software applications.To ensure that system changes are introduced according to the required standards and procedures with appropriate use of the Software Life Cycle (SLC) and change control processes.To assist with validation and operation of production equipment, proposing solutions to issues as they arise, implementing and documenting under supervision.Work could include running trials on manufacturing equipment, creating models, collecting and analysing data and writing reports. All documentation must be completed in compliance with site, Corporate and external regulatory requirements. Requirements:Current Mechanical or Design Engineering student or 2021 graduate Validation characterisation experienceSoftware and design knowledge is idealEnthusiastic with a desire to help peopleStrong morals If you are interested in working for a renowned healthcare company and want to gain valuable experience in working in a manufacturing environment don't hesitate, apply today! Randstad Business Support is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.
        Randstad is recruiting for an Associate Operations Engineer on behalf of a global medical device and health care leader, who are dedicated to helping people reach their full health potential. This is a short term, summer, student placement and an exciting opportunity to work within the on site engineering team gaining valuable manufacturing experience.Our engineering team covers a range of engineering disciplines, so we are looking for someone who is willing to be a part of a highly-skilled team delivering innovative solutions to complex challenges in a highly-automated manufacturing process. Placement length: 8 - 10 weeksHours: Standard office hours, Monday to FridayOffice based: WitneyPay rate: £10 per hour You must be currently studying for an Engineering degree or be a 2021 graduate. Main responsibilities:Provide support and assistance with Engineering and systems projects, documentation and other activities in compliance with site, Corporate and external regulatory requirements.Deliver innovative solutions to complex challenges in a highly automated manufacturing processBe responsible for working within the Operations Engineering team providing support to Senior Engineers on projects and tasks within agreed constraints of time, cost and qualityContribute to the development and validation of software applications.To ensure that system changes are introduced according to the required standards and procedures with appropriate use of the Software Life Cycle (SLC) and change control processes.To assist with validation and operation of production equipment, proposing solutions to issues as they arise, implementing and documenting under supervision.Work could include running trials on manufacturing equipment, creating models, collecting and analysing data and writing reports. All documentation must be completed in compliance with site, Corporate and external regulatory requirements. Requirements:Current Mechanical or Design Engineering student or 2021 graduate Validation characterisation experienceSoftware and design knowledge is idealEnthusiastic with a desire to help peopleStrong morals If you are interested in working for a renowned healthcare company and want to gain valuable experience in working in a manufacturing environment don't hesitate, apply today! Randstad Business Support is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.
        • oxford, south east
        • permanent
        • £20,000 - £22,000 per year
        • randstad cpe
        Are you looking for a new role as a Cell Culture Technician? Do you want to work for a business that is growing at a rapid pace with lots of opportunity for the future? If so, this could be the role for you! As a Technician in the Cell biology Team you will be tasked with supporting the cell culture activities for our client. This role is offered on a full time permanent basis, with a business that also offers lots of other benefits that will make you feel truly at home whilst at work. Responsibilities: Maintenance of different mammalian cells lines including stem cells (MSCs, ESCs, iPSCs, satellite cells and adipocytes)Expansion, culturing and banking of cellsProvision of cell culture requirements to support multiple projects across the Research and Development teamShared responsibility for out-of-hours cell culture maintenancePreparation of cell culture reagents and mediaTracking of consumable stock levels and reagentsAdherence of standard operating procedures (SOPs)Recording all data produced in an electronic laboratory notebook systemDay-to-day housekeeping of dedicated laboratoriesGeneral ad-hoc duties as required to support the departmental and organisation requirements Qualifications:Degree in Life Sciences, Biotechnology or equivalent qualification in related field Essential Experience:Experienced in culturing mammalian cells and working under aseptic conditionsAbility to prepare reagents and media for laboratory processesGood problem-solving abilitiesGood numeracy and communication skillsComputer literate and ability to familiarise with different IT systems Desirable Experience:Experienced in maintenance and differentiation of mammalian stem cells including ESC and iPSCsExperience with cell isolation protocols from biological samples Randstad CPE values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application.Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.For the purposes of the Conduct Regulations 2003, when advertising permanent vacancies we are acting as an Employment Agency, and when advertising temporary/contract vacancies we are acting as an Employment Business.
        Are you looking for a new role as a Cell Culture Technician? Do you want to work for a business that is growing at a rapid pace with lots of opportunity for the future? If so, this could be the role for you! As a Technician in the Cell biology Team you will be tasked with supporting the cell culture activities for our client. This role is offered on a full time permanent basis, with a business that also offers lots of other benefits that will make you feel truly at home whilst at work. Responsibilities: Maintenance of different mammalian cells lines including stem cells (MSCs, ESCs, iPSCs, satellite cells and adipocytes)Expansion, culturing and banking of cellsProvision of cell culture requirements to support multiple projects across the Research and Development teamShared responsibility for out-of-hours cell culture maintenancePreparation of cell culture reagents and mediaTracking of consumable stock levels and reagentsAdherence of standard operating procedures (SOPs)Recording all data produced in an electronic laboratory notebook systemDay-to-day housekeeping of dedicated laboratoriesGeneral ad-hoc duties as required to support the departmental and organisation requirements Qualifications:Degree in Life Sciences, Biotechnology or equivalent qualification in related field Essential Experience:Experienced in culturing mammalian cells and working under aseptic conditionsAbility to prepare reagents and media for laboratory processesGood problem-solving abilitiesGood numeracy and communication skillsComputer literate and ability to familiarise with different IT systems Desirable Experience:Experienced in maintenance and differentiation of mammalian stem cells including ESC and iPSCsExperience with cell isolation protocols from biological samples Randstad CPE values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application.Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.For the purposes of the Conduct Regulations 2003, when advertising permanent vacancies we are acting as an Employment Agency, and when advertising temporary/contract vacancies we are acting as an Employment Business.

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