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      • loughton, east of england
      • temporary
      • randstad inhouse services
      OUr company is looking for a Collection Network Administrator to join a family of businesses, bringing together exceptional teams of experts and industry leading technologies to support diagnostic testing which provides important information for treatment and management of diseases and other conditions.The position of Collection Network Administrator is within our Rapid Diagnostics business. This role is to provide administrative support for the UK and International Collection Network based within our Loughton office. RESPONSIBILITIES: To complete a range of administration tasks in support of the UK and International teams within the Collection Network e.g.Scanning of Collection Network documents e.g. personal/training/collectionCreation of ID badges for UK & InternationalCreating of Induction paperwork to support trainingMonitor the UK and International group email box, confirming receipt within 24hrs and take appropriate action to resolve or escalate to the appropriate person within 48hrs.Answer the phone to deal with customer queries/on callUpdate of staff files in relation to auditing or training documentationAdditional duties/tasks as detailed by the Collection Network Office ManagerBASIC QUALIFICATIONS | EDUCATION:Educated to National standardsExcellent verbal, written and communication skills.IT literate and an intermediate skill in Word, Excel & Outlook.A self-motivated individual with a flexible approach to work.Previous demonstratable experience in an administration roleCOMPETENCIES:Pioneering - continual support to current administration processes within the Collection Network, raising and discussing improvements with the Collection Network Office Manager.Achieving - Communicating effectively ensuring our external and internal customer receive the right information at the required point to make informed and appropriat decisions.Caring - Understand the impact of the actions taken or omissions made within ou role and how they affect others both internally and externally. Using this information to ensure only positive outcomes.Enduring - Ensuring you follow all processes ensuring the long term success of the Collection Network.
      OUr company is looking for a Collection Network Administrator to join a family of businesses, bringing together exceptional teams of experts and industry leading technologies to support diagnostic testing which provides important information for treatment and management of diseases and other conditions.The position of Collection Network Administrator is within our Rapid Diagnostics business. This role is to provide administrative support for the UK and International Collection Network based within our Loughton office. RESPONSIBILITIES: To complete a range of administration tasks in support of the UK and International teams within the Collection Network e.g.Scanning of Collection Network documents e.g. personal/training/collectionCreation of ID badges for UK & InternationalCreating of Induction paperwork to support trainingMonitor the UK and International group email box, confirming receipt within 24hrs and take appropriate action to resolve or escalate to the appropriate person within 48hrs.Answer the phone to deal with customer queries/on callUpdate of staff files in relation to auditing or training documentationAdditional duties/tasks as detailed by the Collection Network Office ManagerBASIC QUALIFICATIONS | EDUCATION:Educated to National standardsExcellent verbal, written and communication skills.IT literate and an intermediate skill in Word, Excel & Outlook.A self-motivated individual with a flexible approach to work.Previous demonstratable experience in an administration roleCOMPETENCIES:Pioneering - continual support to current administration processes within the Collection Network, raising and discussing improvements with the Collection Network Office Manager.Achieving - Communicating effectively ensuring our external and internal customer receive the right information at the required point to make informed and appropriat decisions.Caring - Understand the impact of the actions taken or omissions made within ou role and how they affect others both internally and externally. Using this information to ensure only positive outcomes.Enduring - Ensuring you follow all processes ensuring the long term success of the Collection Network.
      • chelmsford, east of england
      • temporary
      • £9.50 - £11.81 per hour
      • randstad business support
      Laboratory Analyst Chelmsford£9.50 per hour6 weeks temporary position37 hours per weekAre you interested in science and looking for your next role? Are you pro-active and enjoy working in a close-knit environment? If so, read on.A well known utilities organisation based in Chelmsford are looking for a Laboratory Analyst to join them for 6 weeks on a temporary basis.The Benefits:*Working for an established Water Company*Friendly team*Holiday Pay*Pension schemeThe Duties:* Process samples and/or media in accordance with our documented methods and procedures* Quality compliance* Provide polite efficient service to customers and colleagues* Ongoing competency and CPD* Maintain Health and safety standardsRequirements: Experience working within a laboratory environment - 3 months essentialAble to demonstrate competency in all basic laboratory techniquesMinimum Level 2 i.e.5 GCSEs to include a scientific discipline (with potential to study BTEC or equivalent)Please note, due to the location of this office, you will need to drive and have access to a vehicle.We are looking to get a member of staff in this post as soon as possible, please apply today if this is the role for you.Randstad Business Support acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Business Support is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.
      Laboratory Analyst Chelmsford£9.50 per hour6 weeks temporary position37 hours per weekAre you interested in science and looking for your next role? Are you pro-active and enjoy working in a close-knit environment? If so, read on.A well known utilities organisation based in Chelmsford are looking for a Laboratory Analyst to join them for 6 weeks on a temporary basis.The Benefits:*Working for an established Water Company*Friendly team*Holiday Pay*Pension schemeThe Duties:* Process samples and/or media in accordance with our documented methods and procedures* Quality compliance* Provide polite efficient service to customers and colleagues* Ongoing competency and CPD* Maintain Health and safety standardsRequirements: Experience working within a laboratory environment - 3 months essentialAble to demonstrate competency in all basic laboratory techniquesMinimum Level 2 i.e.5 GCSEs to include a scientific discipline (with potential to study BTEC or equivalent)Please note, due to the location of this office, you will need to drive and have access to a vehicle.We are looking to get a member of staff in this post as soon as possible, please apply today if this is the role for you.Randstad Business Support acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Business Support is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.

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