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      • witney, south east
      • temporary
      • £11.50 per hour
      • randstad inhouse services
      Production AssistantDo you want to work in a role that has a positive impact on people's health and lives? We're looking for production assistants to join a friendly and welcoming team in Witney, Oxfordshire. We have rotating shifts (6am-2pm, then 2pm-10pm) available, both Monday to Friday, so you'll have your weekends free for friends and family!The role is working in a lab/manufacturing environment.Location: WitneyPay rate: £11.50 per hour. This is an ongoing position. Benefits You'll Love:Access to the Randstad flexible benefits app which includes discounts at major supermarkets, restaurants, coffee shops and cinemas.Referral programmes - earn even more when you bring a friend with you!Access to employee assistance programmes including financial advice and counselling servicesFull training providedFree on-site parkingSubsidised on site canteen with inside and outside seating areasExcellent long term prospectsFriendly and welcoming teamModern on site facilitiesNewly expanded laboratory settingWeekly on site Covid testing available for staffWeekly on site Covid testing available for staff Here's what you'll be doing:Checking labels for qualitySetting up and monitoring machines - loading of inkExcellent communication with colleagues to ensure an efficient, smoothly run operationFollowing the strict guidelines of the Standard Operating Procedures Must conform to the Good Manufacturing Practice Producing a clear handover for next shift staff to ensure seamless changesPerform other routine clerical activities according to the organisation's established proceduresAssisting in projects to enhance the effectiveness and efficiency of the quality system and product qualityHere's who we're looking for: Previous manufacturing experience or experience in a large process/packaging manufacturer would be beneficial but not essentialBasic Maths and EnglishTeam player with good organisational skillsGood understanding of health and safety regulations5 years of referencing (employment or alternative activity) history will need to be obtained if you are successful in your application.Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.If you are interested in being a Production Assistant and want to work for a renowned health care company, don't hesitate, apply today! Randstad Business Support is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.
      Production AssistantDo you want to work in a role that has a positive impact on people's health and lives? We're looking for production assistants to join a friendly and welcoming team in Witney, Oxfordshire. We have rotating shifts (6am-2pm, then 2pm-10pm) available, both Monday to Friday, so you'll have your weekends free for friends and family!The role is working in a lab/manufacturing environment.Location: WitneyPay rate: £11.50 per hour. This is an ongoing position. Benefits You'll Love:Access to the Randstad flexible benefits app which includes discounts at major supermarkets, restaurants, coffee shops and cinemas.Referral programmes - earn even more when you bring a friend with you!Access to employee assistance programmes including financial advice and counselling servicesFull training providedFree on-site parkingSubsidised on site canteen with inside and outside seating areasExcellent long term prospectsFriendly and welcoming teamModern on site facilitiesNewly expanded laboratory settingWeekly on site Covid testing available for staffWeekly on site Covid testing available for staff Here's what you'll be doing:Checking labels for qualitySetting up and monitoring machines - loading of inkExcellent communication with colleagues to ensure an efficient, smoothly run operationFollowing the strict guidelines of the Standard Operating Procedures Must conform to the Good Manufacturing Practice Producing a clear handover for next shift staff to ensure seamless changesPerform other routine clerical activities according to the organisation's established proceduresAssisting in projects to enhance the effectiveness and efficiency of the quality system and product qualityHere's who we're looking for: Previous manufacturing experience or experience in a large process/packaging manufacturer would be beneficial but not essentialBasic Maths and EnglishTeam player with good organisational skillsGood understanding of health and safety regulations5 years of referencing (employment or alternative activity) history will need to be obtained if you are successful in your application.Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.If you are interested in being a Production Assistant and want to work for a renowned health care company, don't hesitate, apply today! Randstad Business Support is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.
      • witney, south east
      • permanent
      • £13.52 per hour
      • randstad inhouse services
      Sensor Technician - Witney - Nights We're recruiting manufacturing technicians to work night shifts on a 7am to 7pm 4 night shift rota. You'll be working for a global medical device and healthcare leader based in Witney, on a 6-month ongoing contract. Pay Rate: £13.52 per hour. This is an ongoing position. Benefits You'll Love:Access to the Randstad flexible benefits app which includes discounts at major supermarkets, restaurants, coffee shops and cinemas.Referral programmes - earn even more when you bring a friend with you!Access to employee assistance programmes including financial advice and counselling servicesUp to 33 days holiday after 12 weeks of continuous employmentFree onsite parkingSubsidised onsite canteenYou'll gain valuable cleanroom and manufacturing experienceExcellent long term prospects and job stability Here's what you'll be doing every day: Setting up and monitoring of machines - including noticing any issues and resolving these promptly.Using the HMIs (Human-Machine Interface) to monitor key parametersCompleting a mix of written and electronic reports Producing a clear handover for next shift staff to ensure seamless changesSuccessfully transferring materials to and from the cleanroomPerforming other routine activities according to the organisation's established proceduresActing as a role model and working positively and effectively with fellow team members, cross-functional groups and managers, ensuring that all communications, interpersonal interactions and business behaviours are consistent with the core values and the code of conduct of the company. Who we're looking for:Experience in a production or manufacturing role is preferred but not essentialBasic IT skillsTo have completed GCSEs or equivalentBe a great communicatorTeam player with good organisational skillsBasic maths and recording abilitiesGood understanding of health and safety regulationsCleanroom experience is preferred but not essential5 years of referencing (employment or alternative activity) history will need to be obtained if you are successful in your application.Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.If you are interested in joining us as a Manufacturing Technician or have experience in working in a manufacturing or production environment and want to work for a renowned healthcare company, don't hesitate, apply today!Randstad Business Support is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.
      Sensor Technician - Witney - Nights We're recruiting manufacturing technicians to work night shifts on a 7am to 7pm 4 night shift rota. You'll be working for a global medical device and healthcare leader based in Witney, on a 6-month ongoing contract. Pay Rate: £13.52 per hour. This is an ongoing position. Benefits You'll Love:Access to the Randstad flexible benefits app which includes discounts at major supermarkets, restaurants, coffee shops and cinemas.Referral programmes - earn even more when you bring a friend with you!Access to employee assistance programmes including financial advice and counselling servicesUp to 33 days holiday after 12 weeks of continuous employmentFree onsite parkingSubsidised onsite canteenYou'll gain valuable cleanroom and manufacturing experienceExcellent long term prospects and job stability Here's what you'll be doing every day: Setting up and monitoring of machines - including noticing any issues and resolving these promptly.Using the HMIs (Human-Machine Interface) to monitor key parametersCompleting a mix of written and electronic reports Producing a clear handover for next shift staff to ensure seamless changesSuccessfully transferring materials to and from the cleanroomPerforming other routine activities according to the organisation's established proceduresActing as a role model and working positively and effectively with fellow team members, cross-functional groups and managers, ensuring that all communications, interpersonal interactions and business behaviours are consistent with the core values and the code of conduct of the company. Who we're looking for:Experience in a production or manufacturing role is preferred but not essentialBasic IT skillsTo have completed GCSEs or equivalentBe a great communicatorTeam player with good organisational skillsBasic maths and recording abilitiesGood understanding of health and safety regulationsCleanroom experience is preferred but not essential5 years of referencing (employment or alternative activity) history will need to be obtained if you are successful in your application.Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.If you are interested in joining us as a Manufacturing Technician or have experience in working in a manufacturing or production environment and want to work for a renowned healthcare company, don't hesitate, apply today!Randstad Business Support is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.
      • witney, south east
      • permanent
      • £12.42 per hour
      • randstad inhouse services
      Returns Administrator, Witney, Oxford Do you want to work in a role that has a positive impact on peoples' health and lives? Are you comfortable working individually and do you have good computer skills? If so, we might have the job for you! We are looking for Complaints Investigators to join a global medical device and healthcare leader based in Witney.We're looking for people to investigate why a product has been returned. This isn't a customer service role so don't worry, you won't be picking up the phone to people who want to complain! You'll be using our computer systems to find out the root cause of a problem. You do not need experience and full training will be given; just good IT and communication skills, and to be able to follow procedure. The right candidates can come from a wide variety of backgrounds so don't hesitate to apply!Pay Rate:- £12.42 per hour Hours:- 4 on 4 off days, this is an ongoing position. Benefits You'll Love:Access to the Randstad flexible benefits app which includes discounts at major supermarkets, restaurants, coffee shops and cinemas.Referral programmes - earn even more when you bring a friend with you!Access to employee assistance programmes including financial advice and counselling servicesFull training providedFree on-site parkingSubsidised onsite canteen with inside and outside seating areasExcellent long term prospectsFriendly and welcoming teamModern on site facilitiesNewly expanded laboratory settingWeekly onsite Covid testing available for staffHere's what you'll be doing every day: Conduct investigations on customer returned products in accordance with site and divisional proceduresProactively support the implementation of new and / or improved processesCommunicate in a professional manner with colleagues worldwideMeet division goals for timeliness of complaint investigations and identify opportunities for improvement and/or better efficiencies in investigation processes.Conform to all relevant legislation and company Health and Safety policies.Pro-active in recommending improvements in terms of recommending cost savings through complaint process improvements and data quality, in line with Business Excellence initiatives.Keep up to date with the development of new products and through collaboration with peers within the complaints team and across the business, support activities required for complaint readiness prior to product launch.Identifying any trends in product complaints that are found during investigations and highlighting these to managementHandling multiple tasks effectively and efficiently in a team environment with minimal supervisionRequirements :-Secondary education, or equivalent qualification, completed in Maths and English.Experience of Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) and/or laboratory best practice is preferable but not essential.Experience of problem solving and logical root cause analysis processes would be beneficial but not essential.Experience of working autonomously and with minimal supervision.Experience of using computer packages including Word and Excel.5 years of referencing (employment or alternative activity) history will need to be obtained if you are successful in your application.Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.If this is a role you are interested in and you want to work for a renowned healthcare company, don't hesitate, apply today!Randstad Business Support is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.
      Returns Administrator, Witney, Oxford Do you want to work in a role that has a positive impact on peoples' health and lives? Are you comfortable working individually and do you have good computer skills? If so, we might have the job for you! We are looking for Complaints Investigators to join a global medical device and healthcare leader based in Witney.We're looking for people to investigate why a product has been returned. This isn't a customer service role so don't worry, you won't be picking up the phone to people who want to complain! You'll be using our computer systems to find out the root cause of a problem. You do not need experience and full training will be given; just good IT and communication skills, and to be able to follow procedure. The right candidates can come from a wide variety of backgrounds so don't hesitate to apply!Pay Rate:- £12.42 per hour Hours:- 4 on 4 off days, this is an ongoing position. Benefits You'll Love:Access to the Randstad flexible benefits app which includes discounts at major supermarkets, restaurants, coffee shops and cinemas.Referral programmes - earn even more when you bring a friend with you!Access to employee assistance programmes including financial advice and counselling servicesFull training providedFree on-site parkingSubsidised onsite canteen with inside and outside seating areasExcellent long term prospectsFriendly and welcoming teamModern on site facilitiesNewly expanded laboratory settingWeekly onsite Covid testing available for staffHere's what you'll be doing every day: Conduct investigations on customer returned products in accordance with site and divisional proceduresProactively support the implementation of new and / or improved processesCommunicate in a professional manner with colleagues worldwideMeet division goals for timeliness of complaint investigations and identify opportunities for improvement and/or better efficiencies in investigation processes.Conform to all relevant legislation and company Health and Safety policies.Pro-active in recommending improvements in terms of recommending cost savings through complaint process improvements and data quality, in line with Business Excellence initiatives.Keep up to date with the development of new products and through collaboration with peers within the complaints team and across the business, support activities required for complaint readiness prior to product launch.Identifying any trends in product complaints that are found during investigations and highlighting these to managementHandling multiple tasks effectively and efficiently in a team environment with minimal supervisionRequirements :-Secondary education, or equivalent qualification, completed in Maths and English.Experience of Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) and/or laboratory best practice is preferable but not essential.Experience of problem solving and logical root cause analysis processes would be beneficial but not essential.Experience of working autonomously and with minimal supervision.Experience of using computer packages including Word and Excel.5 years of referencing (employment or alternative activity) history will need to be obtained if you are successful in your application.Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.If this is a role you are interested in and you want to work for a renowned healthcare company, don't hesitate, apply today!Randstad Business Support is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.
      • wicklow, international
      • temporary
      • €65,000 - €75,000 per year
      • randstad financial services
      Why work for this company?Our client discovers, develops, manufactures and commercialises medicines, vaccines and diagnostic products, which are complemented by bio-devices, genetic tests and a range of services. Company Profile:65+ years of experience in healthNearly $6 billion annual revenues25 manufacturing sites around the world10,000 employees worldwide of which 1,100 employees are committed to R&DPosition Summary *This is an interim position (Initial 6 month contract) The incumbent leads a team of production operators at the Wicklow site to achieve agreed levels of schedule adherence, customer service, regulatory compliance and financial targets. The role will report to the Operations Leader and take responsibility and ownership together with the Manufacturing Operations Manager for all day to day activities associated with Operations. The overarching goal is to ensure the smooth running of operations and the proper and timely resolution of any problems that may arise. Position Responsibilities Ensures that all process operations are performed in conformance with site, divisional and corporate quality, environmental and safety standards and that all related incidents are thoroughly investigated and corrected.Is responsible for the ongoing training and development of operational personnel.Manages shift personnel to ensure production targets are met including balancing manpower, managing holidays, managing O/THave overall responsibility for all cGMP matters within the area under their authority, and in particular for:Monitoring cGMP performance in their area of responsibility.Ensuring colleagues working on activities or within areas that impact on the identity, strength, quality, purity, safety and effectiveness of our products follow all applicable procedures and are appropriately trained for the task.As required supports the Operations technical group in process and cleaning deviation investigations. Ensure that all EHS policies for their area are complied with by:Provision of up to date procedures and training for all aspects of operations.Risk assessment of new operationsInvestigations and RCA of incidents and near misses and timely implementation of CAPAs together with the Manufacturing Operations Manager.Implements procedures for tracking schedule adherence performance against plans together with the Manufacturing Operations Manager. When results exceed tolerance, he/she is responsible together with the Manufacturing Operations for reporting the reason and applying appropriate tools to prevent re occurrence.Creating a culture of problem-solving to drive to the root cause and ensuring implementation of related corrective/preventative actions.Provides support to the Operations Lead in ensuring adherence to all site performance and behavioural standards for all operational colleagues and initiates disciplinary procedures as necessary.Be responsible for the coaching and development of operational colleagues.Organisational Relationships Direct line report to the Operations Lead.This position will need to achieve results through colleagues with both a direct and indirect reporting relationship as part of the site recommissioning core project team through to commercialisation. This position will need to interact frequently with site leadership to assure operational goals and objectives are met.All employees are expected to model the company's Core Beliefs. Each team member can influence and bring knowledge to their work teams during their day-to-day interactions. Education and Experience Degree in Chemistry or Process / Chemical Engineering Experience in a manufacturing environment in the API industry with a minimum of 3 to 5 years at management level. Technical Skills and Competencies required Strong leadership, communication, decision making and problem-solving skills. A demonstrated ability to motivate and coach others to achieve results.Experience with 6 sigma or other operational excellence toolsExperience of working in a cross functional team in a highly regulated environment.Experience of technology transfer and new product/equipment start-up. Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously and prioritise work, goals and tasks in accordance with division and corporate objectivesProactive approach to dealing with customer inquiries and requests. Randstad encourage applications from individuals of all ages & backgrounds. Whilst appointments will be made on merit alone candidates must be able to prove their right to work in the UK or the Republic of Ireland (as relevant). Randstad acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment & an employment business for temporary recruitment as defined by the Conduct of Employment Agencies & Employment Business Regulations 2003
      Why work for this company?Our client discovers, develops, manufactures and commercialises medicines, vaccines and diagnostic products, which are complemented by bio-devices, genetic tests and a range of services. Company Profile:65+ years of experience in healthNearly $6 billion annual revenues25 manufacturing sites around the world10,000 employees worldwide of which 1,100 employees are committed to R&DPosition Summary *This is an interim position (Initial 6 month contract) The incumbent leads a team of production operators at the Wicklow site to achieve agreed levels of schedule adherence, customer service, regulatory compliance and financial targets. The role will report to the Operations Leader and take responsibility and ownership together with the Manufacturing Operations Manager for all day to day activities associated with Operations. The overarching goal is to ensure the smooth running of operations and the proper and timely resolution of any problems that may arise. Position Responsibilities Ensures that all process operations are performed in conformance with site, divisional and corporate quality, environmental and safety standards and that all related incidents are thoroughly investigated and corrected.Is responsible for the ongoing training and development of operational personnel.Manages shift personnel to ensure production targets are met including balancing manpower, managing holidays, managing O/THave overall responsibility for all cGMP matters within the area under their authority, and in particular for:Monitoring cGMP performance in their area of responsibility.Ensuring colleagues working on activities or within areas that impact on the identity, strength, quality, purity, safety and effectiveness of our products follow all applicable procedures and are appropriately trained for the task.As required supports the Operations technical group in process and cleaning deviation investigations. Ensure that all EHS policies for their area are complied with by:Provision of up to date procedures and training for all aspects of operations.Risk assessment of new operationsInvestigations and RCA of incidents and near misses and timely implementation of CAPAs together with the Manufacturing Operations Manager.Implements procedures for tracking schedule adherence performance against plans together with the Manufacturing Operations Manager. When results exceed tolerance, he/she is responsible together with the Manufacturing Operations for reporting the reason and applying appropriate tools to prevent re occurrence.Creating a culture of problem-solving to drive to the root cause and ensuring implementation of related corrective/preventative actions.Provides support to the Operations Lead in ensuring adherence to all site performance and behavioural standards for all operational colleagues and initiates disciplinary procedures as necessary.Be responsible for the coaching and development of operational colleagues.Organisational Relationships Direct line report to the Operations Lead.This position will need to achieve results through colleagues with both a direct and indirect reporting relationship as part of the site recommissioning core project team through to commercialisation. This position will need to interact frequently with site leadership to assure operational goals and objectives are met.All employees are expected to model the company's Core Beliefs. Each team member can influence and bring knowledge to their work teams during their day-to-day interactions. Education and Experience Degree in Chemistry or Process / Chemical Engineering Experience in a manufacturing environment in the API industry with a minimum of 3 to 5 years at management level. Technical Skills and Competencies required Strong leadership, communication, decision making and problem-solving skills. A demonstrated ability to motivate and coach others to achieve results.Experience with 6 sigma or other operational excellence toolsExperience of working in a cross functional team in a highly regulated environment.Experience of technology transfer and new product/equipment start-up. Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously and prioritise work, goals and tasks in accordance with division and corporate objectivesProactive approach to dealing with customer inquiries and requests. Randstad encourage applications from individuals of all ages & backgrounds. Whilst appointments will be made on merit alone candidates must be able to prove their right to work in the UK or the Republic of Ireland (as relevant). Randstad acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment & an employment business for temporary recruitment as defined by the Conduct of Employment Agencies & Employment Business Regulations 2003
      • tullamore, international
      • permanent
      • randstad financial services
      Why work for this company?Our client discovers, develops, manufactures and commercialises medicines, vaccines and diagnostic products, which are complemented by bio-devices, genetic tests and a range of services. Company Profile:65+ years of experience in healthNearly $6 billion annual revenues25 manufacturing sites around the world10,000 employees worldwide of which 1,100 employees are committed to R&DRole Purpose This role within the Manufacturing Department is responsible for leading all upstream processing activities within the manufacturing team. The Upstream Manager will lead and build the upstream team to ensure delivery of departmental Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) and will be responsible for all key activities pertaining to the commercial production process, based on mammalian cell culture, manufacturing recombinant monoclonal antibodies, for veterinary use. This role will involve highly collaborative interaction with other stakeholders to plan projects and timelines and coordinate activities. Reporting Structure Reporting to the Director of Manufacturing. Duties & Responsibilities Build, lead and develop a team with expertise specifically in the area of upstream cell culture processes using disposable technologies to execute routine manufacturing activities. ● Build schedule and resource plan to deliver manufacturing strategy. Supervise daily Upstream manufacturing activities and ensure production timelines are met, and GMP compliance is maintained. Scale-up and validate steps in the upstream process Maintain Batch Manufacturing Records, SOPs, and other quality system documentation to support GMP manufacture Ensure that the qualification and maintenance of equipment is up to date. ● Provide expert input into process validation programme, including, cell bank production and process risk assessment. Collaborate with QC & QA groups to ensure GMP compliance, manage deviation investigations and CAPA implementation, and support client auditing and agency inspections. ● Participate in Quality and Safety regulatory audits Identify continuous improvement initiatives and action plans to implement operational excellence and lean practices Ensure USP team is trained to ensure staff can perform manufacturing operations safely, compliantly and training records maintained. Motivate, retain, develop existing group members and recruit new staffs to build a strong Upstream manufacturing team Act as a role model for the Manufacturing function and also the wider organisation in adherence to the core beliefs. POSITION SPECIFICATION Qualifications, Experience, Skills, Knowledge and Attributes BSc, MSC, PhD in a relevant discipline (e.g. biochemistry, chemistry, processUpstream Snr. Manager engineering) or equivalent experience. At least 5 years' relevant experience in bioprocess development and/or manufacturing, specifically on large scale mammalian cell culture / bioreactor systems. * Demonstrates critical thinking skills in problem solving and decision making. * Excellent written and oral presentation skills with a clear understanding of process control strategy and data management. Strong leadership competencies with demonstrated management skills * Self-motivated, flexible and creative leader, able to prioritize, multi-task, and work in a fast-paced & demanding environment. Experience in dealing with FDA/HPRA and have a solid understanding of quality systems in terms of deviations, investigations, CAPA's and change controls. Randstad Financial & Professional encourage applications from individuals of all ages & backgrounds. Appointment will be made on merit alone but candidates must be able to demonstrate their ability to work in the UK. Randstad Financial & Professional acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment & an employment business for temporary recruitment as defined by the Conduct of Employment Agencies & Employment Business Regulations 2003
      Why work for this company?Our client discovers, develops, manufactures and commercialises medicines, vaccines and diagnostic products, which are complemented by bio-devices, genetic tests and a range of services. Company Profile:65+ years of experience in healthNearly $6 billion annual revenues25 manufacturing sites around the world10,000 employees worldwide of which 1,100 employees are committed to R&DRole Purpose This role within the Manufacturing Department is responsible for leading all upstream processing activities within the manufacturing team. The Upstream Manager will lead and build the upstream team to ensure delivery of departmental Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) and will be responsible for all key activities pertaining to the commercial production process, based on mammalian cell culture, manufacturing recombinant monoclonal antibodies, for veterinary use. This role will involve highly collaborative interaction with other stakeholders to plan projects and timelines and coordinate activities. Reporting Structure Reporting to the Director of Manufacturing. Duties & Responsibilities Build, lead and develop a team with expertise specifically in the area of upstream cell culture processes using disposable technologies to execute routine manufacturing activities. ● Build schedule and resource plan to deliver manufacturing strategy. Supervise daily Upstream manufacturing activities and ensure production timelines are met, and GMP compliance is maintained. Scale-up and validate steps in the upstream process Maintain Batch Manufacturing Records, SOPs, and other quality system documentation to support GMP manufacture Ensure that the qualification and maintenance of equipment is up to date. ● Provide expert input into process validation programme, including, cell bank production and process risk assessment. Collaborate with QC & QA groups to ensure GMP compliance, manage deviation investigations and CAPA implementation, and support client auditing and agency inspections. ● Participate in Quality and Safety regulatory audits Identify continuous improvement initiatives and action plans to implement operational excellence and lean practices Ensure USP team is trained to ensure staff can perform manufacturing operations safely, compliantly and training records maintained. Motivate, retain, develop existing group members and recruit new staffs to build a strong Upstream manufacturing team Act as a role model for the Manufacturing function and also the wider organisation in adherence to the core beliefs. POSITION SPECIFICATION Qualifications, Experience, Skills, Knowledge and Attributes BSc, MSC, PhD in a relevant discipline (e.g. biochemistry, chemistry, processUpstream Snr. Manager engineering) or equivalent experience. At least 5 years' relevant experience in bioprocess development and/or manufacturing, specifically on large scale mammalian cell culture / bioreactor systems. * Demonstrates critical thinking skills in problem solving and decision making. * Excellent written and oral presentation skills with a clear understanding of process control strategy and data management. Strong leadership competencies with demonstrated management skills * Self-motivated, flexible and creative leader, able to prioritize, multi-task, and work in a fast-paced & demanding environment. Experience in dealing with FDA/HPRA and have a solid understanding of quality systems in terms of deviations, investigations, CAPA's and change controls. Randstad Financial & Professional encourage applications from individuals of all ages & backgrounds. Appointment will be made on merit alone but candidates must be able to demonstrate their ability to work in the UK. Randstad Financial & Professional acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment & an employment business for temporary recruitment as defined by the Conduct of Employment Agencies & Employment Business Regulations 2003

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      • eye, angl
      • full-time
      • Labcorp
      Do you want a comprehensive training and development plan to help progress your career?Do you want the opportunity to work for a global organisation to help improve lives and improve health?Labcorp is a leading global life sciences company that includes contract research and developmental services to the pharmaceutical, medical technology, crop protection and chemical industries.We are currently looking to recruit a Trainee Histology Scientist within the team based in Eye, Suffolk. You will play a key role in the selection and subsequent processing of pre-clinical tissues providing the essential link between sample collection and pathological evaluation.Following a comprehensive training and career development scheme, the responsibilities of this varied role will include:Perform routine Histology on all speciesLearn to identify key organs and sample specific areas through these tissuesAs part of the process you will learn to embed tissueBe given specialist training to learn MicrotomyTraining to be given to learn staining techniquesOnce fully trained, successful applicant will have ownership of own workThere may be opportunities to cross train in the other sections of the Pathology Laboratory Services. These include: NecropsyPerforms routine macroscopic necropsy techniques for all species.Trim and retain all organs from all species.Performs caesarean necropsy techniques.Performs external and visceral fetal examinations.Performs non-routine tasks such as freezing tissues.Sperm AnalysisPreparation of consumables slides washing, pot filling.Sample preparation for routine sperm analyses.Staining and cover slipping of slides.Fetal PathologyPreparation of reagents and sample processing for skeletal examinations.Prepare Bouins fixed rat/mouse fetuses and rabbit head serial sections using a freehand serial sectioning technique.Specimen archiving.If are looking for a role where you will receive first class training and have the opportunity to develop and progress, then we would like to hear from you!What Labcorp Drug Development can offer you:Competitive salaries and a comprehensive benefits package including health cover and contributory pensionUnsurpassed career development opportunities. With the support of exceptional people from across the globe and an energized purpose, you will be empowered to own your career journey with mentoring, training and personalized development planningEducation:Due to our comprehensive training and career development scheme, it is not essential to have previous experience; full training will be provided, however, good English language / reading / writing skills are essential. We offer a range of entry level opportunities with different working patterns.Experience:No experience required, however knowledge and experience with cellular pathology is advantageous.Labcorp is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer:As an EOE/AA employer, the organization will not discriminate in its employment practices due to an applicant's race, age, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or veteran status.For more information about how we collect and store your personal data, please see our Privacy Statement.
      • cardiff, wa
      • Hunter Selection
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      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Boston Consulting Group
      WHAT YOU'LL DOThe Global External Content Management (GECM) team helps BCG’s internal stakeholders through the enablement and procurement of research sources and tools. This includes managing research sources suppliers, providing operational support, risk reduction and act as the central coordination of stakeholders.As the Senior Coordinator you will work alongside the Sources Lead and the Sourcing Manager to serve as BCG's relationship manager with providers of third-party data and research. You will support the creation of internal business data strategies, planning, and drive business behaviors as it relates to vendors. Your responsibilities will include, but not be limited to:Manage, including renewals, a portfolio of vendors across different geographies and to ensure no disruptions to businessIdentify savings opportunities and build relationships with stakeholders and teamsLead/support multi-country and multi-function teams through supplier evaluation and selectionSupport/lead regular business reviews of their sources and planningNegotiate and set new vendor contractsYOU'RE GOOD ATVendor /contract management and negotiation and other vendor oversight activitiesDeveloping and owning internal business relationships while managing external vendorsSolving problems, using analytics to leverage available management information to build negotiation strategiesAbility to work with minimum supervisionInfluencing senior business stakeholdersYOU BRING (EXPERIENCE & QUALIFICATIONS)Undergraduate degree with high academic achievement2-4+ years of relevant business experience in the professional services industry preferredAdvanced knowledge of the key players in the information management industry and their strategies, pricing models, and technologiesGood understanding of content rights management and copyright law concepts, and how to minimize liability and cost preferredSolid experience in negotiating with vendors at senior levelStrong analytic and communication skillsExcellent presence and business acumen, planning, organizational, interpersonal skills with the ability to influence senior stakeholdersYOU'LL WORK WITHMembers of our finance team are responsible for preserving the intellectual capital, assets, and integrity of BCG. We make a decisive impact on the firm’s direction, performance, and risk-management models. Finance jobs include accounting and reporting, planning and analysis, tax and treasury, financial systems, payroll, and executive compensation.
      • skelmersdale, nw
      • full-time
      • GPW Recruitment
      Job title: Materials ScientistReference: E110688Location: SkelmersdaleDuration: PermanentStart date: ASAPSalary: NegotiableMaterials Scientist required for a highly successful global manufacturing business based in Skelmersdale. As the Materials Scientist you will be responsible for technical support of the Operations department, and the development and introduction of new material technologies to the business. You will be responsible for working on technical projects as well as answering customer project related technical queries on behalf of the company. As the Materials Scientist, you are responsible for: Supporting the business with all aspects of new and current material technology, including materials- related root cause analysis, troubleshooting, and non-conformance resolutions.Contributing to work packages and projects with regards to material development and implementation.Conducting and reporting on lab and shop floor-based trials to support Materials Science projects and initiatives.Driving the development and maintenance of materials property data management within the business.Liaising with raw material suppliers to understand the state of their technology and to obtain support with technical queries.Ensuring adherence to company policies and business regulations. Main duties as the Materials Scientist Confirming by experimentation the efficacy and suitability of materials for use in manufacturing.Collecting, collating and analysing material properties, derived from experimental data.Evaluating new materials and formulations to suit new and current applications.Develop and maintain current materials knowledge regarding international standards, test protocols and materials qualification requirements relevant to the business.Support the business in continuous improvement initiatives.Adjusting formulations to support day-to-day operations.Material troubleshooting to support production functions.Helping to generate and modify technical specifications for raw materials and finished systems.Carrying out any other reasonable duties that may be requested from time to time. The successful Materials Scientist will need the following knowledge, skills and abilities: Schedule, initiate, progress, report and conclude technical projects.Develop, formulate and optimise polymer and composite systems.Understand mechanical analysis and its relevance to polymer properties.Be a creative thinker and practical problem solver to provide technical solutions.Communicate effectively across a broad range of audiences.Be a self-starter but also be able to work effectively within teams. You are likely to be educated to: A minimum of a UK level 5 qualification in a field relating to chemistry, material science, materials engineering or polymers. Ideally have proven and successful experience of: At least 1 years' experience with syntactic, composite or polyurethane materials as well as a knowledge of other thermoset, thermoplastic or rubber materials.Working efficiently on several work packages/tasks simultaneously.Communicating effectively, both internally and externally.Developing material systems and technologies.Providing technical support to businesses.Relating mechanical properties to chemical / polymer characteristics. Rewards as the Materials Scientist Salary negotiable based on experience39 hour working per weekHolidays 24 days per annum4% Pension To apply for the role of Materials Scientist please click apply now.
      • milton keynes, hc
      • full-time
      • Candidate Source Ltd
      Health, Safety, Fire and Environment AdvisorOakhill Secure Training Centre, Milton Keynes, MK5 6AJSalary £32, per annumPermanent, Full Time, 40 hours per weekBenefits: Company Pension, free on-site parking, uniform, on-site canteen, access to High Street Shop discounts, local Gym discounts and ongoing training and developmentAt Oakhill Secure Training Centre, we look after young people aged 12 to 18 years old who have been remanded or sentenced to periods of detention. The vulnerable young people in our care can be challenging with a wide range of social and emotional complex needs. This is a place that calls for high standards of social care and service delivery to provide a secure and stable space for young people to develop their life skills and address the behaviours that have led them into ;Oakhill Secure Training Centre works closely with the Youth Custody Services to ensure that its regimes and designs reflect best practice in residential care to prevent offending.Job Outline: To provide professional advice, guidance, and support to the management team on matters to do with the Health, Safety, Fire and the Environment and to ensure standards are maintained and improved across the business stream operations.Key responsibilities as Health, Safety, Fire and Environment Advisor: Advise, support, and guide the management team on the implementation of the Company policies and procedures and other relevant legislation, developing local policies where appropriate, to ensure that the establishment/area is run safely in line with legislative requirements and company standards.Undertake, plan, and monitor inspections, risk assessments and audits ensuring they are carried out for all areas of the business unit/area, to ensure the well-being of employees and others working or present within the business establishment/area.Investigate and report on all accidents, near misses and H & S incidents that occur, including reporting against RIDDOR procedure, liaising with key stakeholders as necessary, to ensure that lessons learnt are acted upon and that the risk of reoccurrences are minimised.Assist in the development, implementation, and delivery of staff training programmes, to raise staff awareness of their responsibilities in respect of Health, Safety and Environmental practice.Ensuring that appropriate procedures are appropriate and consistently applied.Collate and disseminate relevant information to stakeholders to ensure best practice and to enable informed decisions to be taken.Liaise with internal stakeholders and external agencies to ensure best practice and effective co- ordination and co-operation on Health, Safety and Environmental ;Consult with regulators, customers, and suppliers to ensure compliance with the policy.Support and guide the establishment in achievement of an ;Provide support to the CDS HSE Manager as requiredProvide management reports on HSEF performance.Carry out any other activity that is reasonably required by Senior ManagementAll staff employed have the responsibility for their own Health & Safety and to their colleagues in order to assist the company in its obligation to achieve British Council Requirements at all times.The ideal Health, Safety, Fire and Environment Advisor:Essential Skills:Some experience in a similar H & S roleExperience in fire managementQualified fire risk assessorNEBOSH Certificate or working towardsHolding or working towards a recognised environmental qualification Desirable Skills:Working towards NEBOSH Diploma or equivalentExperience of monitoring service delivery and meeting short term objectivesDetailed knowledge of communication tools and techniquesDetailed knowledge of HSEF legislationTraining qualificationMembership of IOSH We invest heavily in our ; If you join us, you will have a job specific induction programme to equip you with the skills and knowledge for the job. As well as ongoing support and development opportunities we offer generous holiday entitlement, company pension, an onsite gym, free onsite parking, and the chance to do an extraordinary job – every day.Equality and Diversity is an important part of our Care and Rehabilitation Services. We actively encourage applications from all backgrounds and are a fully inclusive employer who aims to support all employees to be their true selves. We are happy to discuss any reasonable adjustments for either the role or during the recruitment processCare and Rehabilitation Services is committed to safeguarding and promoting the wellbeing of children and adults at risk and each employee is expected to support these goals.Safeguarding children and young people is our primary focus and the welfare of the child is paramount. Therefore, we have a corporate responsibility to ensure that the safeguarding and our values are at the centre of all we #x200B;To apply for this role, you must be eligible to work in the UK and must have been resident in the UK for a minimum of 3 ; You will also be required to undergo DBS enhanced level securityTo apply for this role as Health, Safety, Fire and Environment Advisor, please click apply online and complete the full application process.Candidate Source Ltd is an advertising agency. Once you have submitted your application it will be passed to the third party Recruiter who is responsible for processing your application. This will include holding and sharing your personal data, our legal basis for this is legitimate interest subject to your declared interest in a job. Our privacy policy can be found on our website and we can be contacted to confirm who your application has been forwarded to.
      • bristol, sw
      • full-time
      • Electus Recruitment Solutions
      Our client has an opportunity for an experienced Data Science Consultant, to join their organisation that specialises and is synonymous in the defence sector. This role would be ideal for someone that can understand business problems and convert them into testable hypotheses for which analysis can be carried out. This role provides the opportunity to work for a fast-growing Applied Data Science and Technology business based in the Southwest. They had recently been part of an acquisition, offering access to a whole range of further exciting opportunities, whilst maintain their own identity. They have grown over thirty percent each year for the last five years and their employee count of 170+ is still expanding. You would hold a degree or equivalent practical experience in a relevant numerate discipline such as maths, physics, economics, engineering, or similar. You would have solid experience practicing statistical and machine learning techniques to large, complex datasets to solve business challenges. You would be an exceptional communicator and possess presentation skills, including experience of stakeholder management. Programming and data handling experience in Python or similar. Developed data science solutions to real world problems, from proof of concept to delivery. Experience of developing and deploying deep learning and neural network algorithms Working with unstructured data sources such as images, video and text Experience with Python application frameworks such as Django, Flask. Relational databases, SQL, Oracle. Experience using BI tools, such as PowerBI or Tableau. Experience of version control (git) and CI/CD development approaches. Preparation / managing infrastructure with DevOps practices.Working with Agile project delivery methods. Defence industry experience.OverviewData Science Consultant, Developing DataOffice based in Bristol. Remote working options (will travel to client’s sites at times)Competitive salary and excellent benefitsKey Skills: Python. Django, Flask, SQL, Oracle, PowerBI, Tableau, Agile. Excellent opportunity for a technical expert to join a growing team working on a range of cutting-edge technologies. Due to the nature of work undertaken at our client's site, incumbents of these positions are required to meet special nationality rules and therefore these vacancies are only open to sole British Citizens. Applicants who meet this criteria will also be required to undergo security clearance vetting, if not already security cleared to a minimum SC level Electus Recruitment Solutions provides specialist engineering and technical recruitment solutions to a number of high technology industries. We thank you for your interest in this vacancy. If you don't hear from us within 7 working days please presume your application has been unsuccessful on this occasion. You are of course free to resubmit your CV/details in the future and we shall assess your suitability at that time. This role is a permanent position
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Google
      Minimum qualifications:PhD in Biomedical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, or related field, or equivalent practical experience.Experience using Python, MATLAB, or similar tools for data acquisition and analysis.Experience in human physiology, sensing, and experiments involving human subjects.Experience in biomedical signal processing and/or machine learning algorithms.Preferred qualifications:Experience developing physiological sensor technologies ( , PPG, ECG).Experience developing medically-regulated devices, algorithms or product features.Experience with hardware characterization, debug and/or rapid prototyping.Statistics skills relevant to drawing reliable conclusions from experimental data.About the jobThe Consumer Health Research Team (CHRT) creates health sensing technologies used inside of Fitbit's wearable products and across other Google surfaces. In this role, your work will impact the lives of people around the world by helping them understand their activity, sleep, and health. You will join a small but rapidly expanding team in London - an interdisciplinary group of engineers and researchers whose expertise spans domains ranging from hardware to artificial intelligence to human physiology. Currently the team's main focus is on heart rate and activity recognition but also work on algorithms for estimating metrics relating to cardiovascular fitness and metabolic health. You will investigate and develop new sensing capabilities, enabling novel health and wellness features in future Fitbit and Google products. You will also model, refine, and optimize the performance of existing sensors such as wrist-based and other devices and services PPG sensors and broaden their range of use cases to cardiovascular health monitoring. You will design and execute experiments to verify sensor performance under real-world conditions, including testing with human subjects. You will collaborate closely with an interdisciplinary group of the team's experts in Electric Engineering, firmware, and algorithms to implement high-performing sensing systems, and partner with engineering counterparts to productive promising technologies.As a Research Scientist, you may also have the opportunity to contribute to the wider research community by sharing and publishing your findings, with ideas inspired by internal projects and from collaborations with research programs at partner universities and technical institutions all over the world.ResponsibilitiesCollaborate with a cross-functional team of hardware, firmware, and algorithm experts to design, build, and evaluate prototype sensor systems for health and wellness applications, with an initial focus on cardiovascular health.Develop experimental algorithms for predicting cardiovascular and other health metrics from biological waveforms and other sensor data.Conduct studies using human subjects to demonstrate system performance.Produce well-written scientific reports to share our findings internally, and where relevant, publish in peer reviewed journals and conferences.Google is proud to be an equal opportunity workplace and is an affirmative action employer. We are committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender identity or Veteran status. We also consider qualified applicants regardless of criminal histories, consistent with legal requirements. See also Google's EEO Policy and EEO is the Law. If you have a disability or special need that requires accommodation, please let us know by completing our Accommodations for Applicants form.
      • northallerton, yorkshire
      • full-time
      • FRONERI LIMITED
      GRADUATE OPPORTUNITIESGraduate - Technical (Food Science)Leeming Bar, North YorkshireCompetitive Salary plus BenefitsWe believe that the talent and skill of our team is one of the key elements enabling our business to thrive, grow and succeed. Great companies rely on great people to achieve great things which is why we see our graduates as pivotal to our future success.So, this is your opportunity to forge a long term and rewarding career with us commencing with a 24-month training programme to give you experience and the opportunity to develop your food technical skills further within a food manufacturing environment. Following a comprehensive introduction to the workplace you will receive training in a range of food technical disciplines including HACCP, raw material and customer / finished product specifications, Quality systems and management, Supplier auditing approval and retail customer system management and development. You can be confident that your career will get all the development it needs.With a degree in a food Science or technical / quality related discipline you will have a genuine passion for the food industry, technically focused and highly motivated as we’re looking for graduates with a passion for food, and an eye for detail. Please apply on-line at or alternatively, in writing/by email, enclosing a CV, to Heather Kemp HR Dept, Froneri, Leeming Bar Industrial Estate, Leeming Bar, Northallerton DL7 9UL.
      • harrogate, yorkshire
      • full-time
      • Labcorp
      Are you interested in working in the scientific industry but have little or no scientific education or work experience?Are you looking for a role with training and career progression opportunities?Do you want to be a part of the world's leading drug development company?About LabCorp Drug Development:As a leading contract research organization, LabCorp provides comprehensive drug development solutions for a range of industries. We are a global leader in nonclinical safety assessment, clinical trial testing and clinical trial management services. Together with our clients, we support the development of innovative, life-changing treatments.The Role:Our largest UK site in Harrogate, is currently recruiting for a Cell Culture Laboratory Technician to join our BiopharmCMC group.Job responsibilities include:Once trained, to have a good working knowledge of cell culture techniques and procedures BiopharmCMC.To support efficient running of the Cell Culture group by preparing and reviewing documents to meet operational departmental targets.Good working knowledge of routine use and maintenance of equipment appropriate to the relevant areaGood working knowledge of data processing systems within the cell culture techniques to provide accurate and consistent data for study workTo liaise with Laboratory Supervisors and BioPharmCMC Management in order to provide basic laboratory support to aid the operation and functioning of the laboratory areas Education/Experience:No experience is required as full training will be provided, however a scientific background is beneficial.Computing skills, including word processing and use of spreadsheets ( Microsoft Office packages).Excellent communication skills.What Covance by Labcorp can offer you:Competitive salary.The opportunity to develop a successful career in science.Labcorp is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer:As an EOE/AA employer, the organization will not discriminate in its employment practices due to an applicant's race, age, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or veteran status.For more information about how we collect and store your personal data, please see our Privacy Statement.
      • chiswick, london
      • full-time
      • BSI
      Great that you're thinking about a career with BSI!Job Title: Data Science ManagerLocation: Hybrid working, ChiswickBSI has shaped best practices for over 100 years, helping organisations around the world embed excellence, build competence and capability for sustainable ; Data Science Manager role:We are looking for a Data Science Manager to join our Marketing Data and Insights team. The successful candidate will report to Director of Data & Insight sand will be working from our West London office on a 2/3 day per week.This is a new permanent role and a chance to join a growing team looking to transform BSI into an insights-driven organisation where all decisions are underpinned with robust data analysis.The position provides a unique chance to build and implement advanced analytical solutions from scratch. This will provide the global BSI marketing teams with insights and tools that have not been available historically, - allowing a step chance in how the wider team can operate.Key responsibilities as ourData Science Manager:Leading the data science team within the Marketing Data and Insights teamManaging, coaching, and mentoring more junior members of the teamAssisting the Director of Data & Insights with the recruitment and retention of top talent into the teamCreating a roadmap and objectives for the team aligned to BSI’s strategy and business prioritiesRepresenting the marketing team in wider BSI data and analytics improvements projects‘Evangelising’ the use of data science to drive business improvementsProactively engaging key functional stakeholders in establishing the business requirements and opportunities for data science studiesActing as a senior technical lead in the team – helping the team to solve technical problems, be happy with ‘rolling up sleeves" assist the team on project deliverySkills and experience required as our Data Science Manager:Educated to degree level or equivalentA degree in a numeric discipline (for example, maths, computer science, engineering) (Desirable)A highly numerate and analytical individual with substantial experience of embedding data-driven insight into a businessExcellent knowledge of the creation, assessment, and implementation of Machine Learning modelsDemonstrable experience in leading a small team of data scientists/analystsDemonstrable experience of delivering results of analysis in formats that are engaging to the wider business through visualisation and storytellingA high degree of proficiency in Python to wrangle data from multiple, disparate sourcesProficiency in visualisation tools such as Power BI, Tableau, A highly motivated individual with experience in delivery in complex, global, matrix structured organisationWhat we offer:We offer career development opportunities and an attractive remuneration package including:Monday to Friday – no weekends or bank holidays!Competitive SalaryHybrid working27 days holiday as standardExcellent company-contributed pension schemeProgression routesPrivate medical and dental insuranceGym DiscountsCycle to workTravel insurance and many more!Interested in being our new Data Science Manager Don’t miss out and click "apply" today.Our Excellence Behaviours: Client-centric, Agile, Collaborative. These three behaviours represent how we do things at BSI. They help us ensure that BSI is a great place to work and a highly successful business.BSI is conducting face-to-face interviews where appropriate and possible. If you are invited to a face-to-face interview but feel more comfortable with conducting the interview virtually, please speak to a member of our recruitment team.
      • walsall, mid
      • full-time
      • Walsall Council
      Job Title: Behavioural ScientistsLocation: WalsallSalary: £38,553 to £43,570 per annum plus generous annual and flexitime leaveJob Type: Full-time, PermanentClosing Date: 3rd July 2022Don't miss this brilliant opportunity to join a brand new talented unit that will be at the heart of the change agenda for Walsall Council.The RoleYour enthusiasm for bringing behavioural science expertise to support an intelligence led approach to Council priorities will be a real asset. The impact you will have on policy and programmes and service design to support delivery of our Council Plan and borough ambitions is a real selling point of this role.These roles provide the opportunity to be part of a newly formed Hub that works across the Council on key strategic programmes including developing a borough wide plan to 2040, Levelling Up, and enabling us to become a Wellbeing Council.This is a role that provides a good platform upon which to build a career in local government and gives the successful candidates an opportunity to create innovative solutions to behavioural challenges working at the heart of the Council.The CandidateYou will have an aptitude for thinking strategically about the Council's work and the way it is delivered and will be responsible for ensuring behavioural insights and human psychology are fundamental elements of any intervention design, and to champion and disseminate evidence -based research and evaluation practices.Our ideal candidates will have experience in the following areas:Population level behavioural changeResearch methodsConducting evaluationsBehaviour change communicationsYou will receive a salary in the rage of £38,553 to £43,570 per annum plus generous annual and flexitime leave. We will be committed to your professional development, and we can assure you that further opportunities to develop your career will be aplenty. Developing your skills will be as important to us as it is to you.This post is covered by the Government's Code of Practice on the English Language Fluency Duty for public sector workers. The postholder will be required to communicate verbally with customers and provide advice and/or information in accurate spoken English.Please click on the APPLY button to complete your application on the council's careers page.Candidates with experience of: Strategic Government Project, Public Sector Programme Behavioural Scientist, Behaviour Analyst, Behaviour, Scientists may also be considered for this role.
      • bristol, sw
      • full-time
      • Hippo Digital
      Hippo Digital is recruiting for intermediate consultants in user research. User researchers design, plan and conduct research into what people need from a service and produce recommendations for user-centred service design. Working with designers, product owners, developers and other members of Agile teams, you will also test services as they are being designed and use research evidence to help explain design decisions to clients.As an intermediate consultant in user research, you’ll come to Hippo with strong user research skills and some experience of advising others on how to design user-centred services. In return, we’ll provide exciting opportunities to develop further within your profession and as a consultant with clients.What you’ll doPlan, and execute a range of user research to support product designIdentify the most appropriate research methods depending on the phase of the service lifecycleHelp the team to build empathy for the service usersSupport usability evaluation sessionsUse a range of tools to collect data, and write research reports to present findingsEffectively present your findings and related design/business recommendations and customer insights to stakeholdersCollaborate with other members of Agile, multidisciplinary teams within a user-centred design processLearn from insights from user research and metrics to define and improve the service, and explain your decisions clearlyRun workshops with your team and stakeholdersWork with the Hippo research and design community to share best practice
      • full-time
      • Hippo Digital
      Hippo Digital is looking for a leader who can continue to build our talented user research profession. Our user researchers are fantastic at what they do, and we think our tight knit sense of community sets us apart from other consultancies. We need someone with the drive and enthusiasm to help our researchers to build on their skills and ;You’ll be given the autonomy to work with our other well respected principal consultants to give the user research profession the support and tools they need to do their best work.As an expert in user-centred design and research techniques, you’ll also be working with senior stakeholders to implement user-centred design strategy on interesting and challenging projects, with a variety of clients.What you’ll doLead the user research profession at Hippo, helping our user researchers by designing and promoting innovative and progressive support initiativesDefine the recruitment processes for user researchers, advise on suitability of candidates and lead recruitment interviewsCoach and support Hippo’s user researchers in their professional developmentWork with the Hippo research and design communities to share best practiceCoordinate and lead user research and user research teams for complex client projectsAct as an engagement lead or site delivery lead for projects Plan, design and execute a range of user research activities to support the design, development and continuous improvement of client productsProvide user insight to inform design decisions and convince clients of the value of user research and user-centred designSupport new business activity by writing bids and taking part in pitch presentations
      • coventry, mid
      • full-time
      • Hippo Digital
      Hippo Digital is recruiting for consultants in user research. User Researchers at Hippo Digital find out what people really ;As a user research consultant you will plan and conduct research, to enable teams to make evidence-based decisions. You will collaborate with designers, product owners, developers and other members of agile teams, taking a user-centred approach to service design. You will also test services as they are being designed and communicate user insights to clients, to explain design ;As a consultant in user research, you’ll come to Hippo with a grounding in user research skills. In return, we’ll provide exciting opportunities to develop further within your profession and as a consultant with clients. We have an active user research community who are always on hand to help, as you progress in your user research and consultancy ;What you’ll doPlan and execute a range of user research to support product designIdentify the most appropriate research methods depending on the phase of the service lifecycleHelp the team to build empathy for the service usersSupport usability evaluation sessions Use a range of tools to collect data, and write research reports to present findingsEffectively present your findings and related design/business recommendations and customer insights to stakeholdersCollaborate with other members of Agile, multidisciplinary teams within a user-centred design processLearn from insights from user research and metrics to define and improve the service, and explain your decisions clearlyRun workshops with your team and stakeholdersWork with the Hippo research and design community to share best practice
      • leeds, yorkshire
      • full-time
      • Hippo Digital
      Start creating your future in consultancyHippo Digital is excited to be recruiting for our next intake into the Hippo Academy. We are providing the opportunity for 8 aspiring User Researchers looking to start their careers in the digital sector to join a training programme where we’ll introduce you to the tools and techniques needed to thrive as a consultant specialising in User Research.User Researchers design, plan and conduct research into what people need from a service and produce recommendations for user-centred service design. User Researchers are skilled in asking the right questions, coming up with insights from research data, and making these insights actionable. They build relationships with Designers, Product Owners, Developers and other members of Agile teams and use research evidence to help explain design decisions to clients and ;Training will commence on 26th September 2022. All training will be a mixture of remote and in-person sessions, with all in-person learning to be delivered from our central Leeds based office (expenses and travel costs will be covered for participants contracted to Coventry, London or Manchester). What we’ll teachHow to approach and carry out research in different environmentsQuantitative and qualitative research methodologiesConsultancy skillsProblem solvingCollaborative workingPresentation skillsAgile workingUser centred designGDS and working on government projectsWhat is the recruitment process?You will need to submit a CV and a short statement explaining why you are interested in this opportunity, and what you hope to gain from it. Deadline for applications is 2nd July 2022.Shortlisted candidates will be contacted by a member of the Talent Acquisition team for a short chat about the opportunity and your application. Following this, successful candidates will be invited to attend a virtual assessment session (w/c 18th July 2022) that will consist of an introduction to Hippo, a small group exercise and an interview (including a presentation of your choice - a brief will be provided).
      • leeds, yorkshire
      • full-time
      • Jet2.com
      Data Science Manager, based at Holiday House in Leeds City #x202F;This is a hybrid role with the ability and scope to work flexibly from home.Reporting to the Head of Data Science, the Data Science Manager will be a key part of the Data Science Team, executing & delivering the data science strategy. In this exciting new role, you will be expected to collaborate with internal teams across the business, Working as One Team to identify and collaborate with stakeholders across the wider group.What will you do in the role? With strong experience in managing Data Science teams and taking projects from concept to production, you will be responsible for the day to day management of the UK team, driving them to deliver against the agreed Data Science Roadmap. You will also:Develop advanced, automated, real-time models to accurately predict impacts driven by market and business changes. Be expected toapply your expertise in quantitative analysis, data mining, and the presentation of data to see beyond the numbers and understand how our customers interact with us and the levers with which we can drive commercial impact.What are the key skills / experience you’ll already have? You will be highly numerate with a statistical background, having developed and deployed predictive models using machine learning frameworks. You will also:Be experienced in using R, Python or similar statistical analysis package. Have strong SQL skills and the ability to create clear data visualisations intools such as Tableau or Power BI ​Have worked withbig data technologiesBe skilled in gathering data from multiple sources and in multiple formats with knowledge of data warehouse design, logical and physical database design and challenges posed by data qualityHave demonstrable experience in cleansing and enriching of data, interpreting business requirements in terms of data architecture, database technology and data model designBe able to demonstrate your experience in leading data scientists and have hands on experience of project delivery.What can we offer you?We have been recognised as one of the Top 50 Best Places to Work in the UK on Glassdoor and offer our valued colleagues a range of benefits including: - Competitive salaryContributory pension scheme26 days holiday entitlement per annum (plus bank holidays)3 x salary life assuranceGenerous Discretionary Profit Share SchemeColleague discounts on Jet2holidays and holidays and flightsShare Save schemeCycle to Work SchemeAccess to Mental Health First AidersAnnual pay reviewMany retail discounts on – travel and leisure, health, and wellbeing, eating out, shopping and lifestyleWe offer an excellent remuneration package with fantastic opportunities for progression in a growing business.This is a great opportunity to be part of an exciting, forward-thinking business. We operate scheduled leisure flights to holiday destinations in the Mediterranean, the Canary Islands and to European Leisure Cities from our 10 UK bases.Help us to send our all-important customers on holiday with and Jet2holidays!!#LI-MH1
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Mind
      Fixed Term until end of October 2023 – Full Time – 35 HoursWe have big goals over the next few years.We’re going to be fighting for mental health in a way we never have before.Together we’ll be working to make sure everyone experiencing a mental health problem gets the support and respect they deserve.Will you join us?We're looking for a user researcher to join our information content team. Our new strategy focuses on certain groups who are more at risk of mental health problems. We need someone to plan and carry out research activities to help us hear from these audiences. Our goal is to make our information more accessible and inclusive - online and in the community.This work is part of an new project funded through our Co-op partnership. It’s a fantastic opportunity to lead research into content that makes a difference to millions of people each year.About youYou're passionate about uncovering people's needs and experiences - and designing content that people can find and use. You know how to get to the heart of a research question and set about answering it. You’re experienced in techniques like interviewing, surveying, workshopping, and online user testing. You can talk to people from diverse backgrounds in a respectful and sensitive way. And you care deeply about supporting and empowering people with mental health problems.Closing date: 20th July 2022Mind reserve the right to close the vacancy to applications earlier, should we receive a high volume of strong candidates – therefore we encourage an early application.Mind is committed to equality of opportunity for all staff, and applications from individuals are encouraged regardless of age, disability, sex, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief and marriage and civil partnerships.Please refer to the Job Description while completing your application as candidates will be shortlisted based on how closely they match the criteria.
      • kinmuck, gr
      • full-time
      • BP
      Job Profile SummaryThe Materials, Corrosion & Inspection Engineer is accountable for providing corrosion and materials engineering expertise and judgement in the service of the Region sub-functional teams in support of engineering risk and the delivery of safe, compliant and efficient operations.Job AdvertKey Accountabilities:Provide corrosion and materials engineering expertise to other squads across P&O (Operations, Maintenance & Reliability, Projects Ops, Turnarounds and Subsea) to manage corrosion and erosion threats on equipment for which they are the Equipment Class Owner.Ensure pragmatic solutions are identified and implemented to manage risk, production efficiency, defect elimination and standardisation, to deliver safe, reliable and compliant operations.Own and maintain the corrosion threat assessment for the Region ensuring that the identified threats reflect current operations and use this to define, implement and manage Regional Corrosion and Materials mitigation programs across IM and other teams.Review and endorse corrosion-related metrics ( corrosion control matrices and LOPC data) and intervene where appropriate.Integrate with associated teams to ensure adequate equipment care, including production chemistry, pressure systems integrity, structural & civil engineering and pipeline engineering.Provide corrosion and materials engineering support in F4S barrier evaluations and incident investigations.Record relevant learning in shared learning systems, incorporate into local activities, specifications/ practices/ procedures and raise high priority lessons.Skills and ExperienceDegree in Corrosion or Material Engineering related discipline10 years’ experience working in the field of Corrosion or Materials EngineeringSome operator experience preferredTechnical expertise in several areas related to the discipline applied to Operations. These include materials selection, failure investigation, corrosion mechanisms, RBA/RBI (risk based threat assessment and risk based inspection), corrosion mitigation and monitoring, corrosion management, fabric maintenance, cathodic protection, welding, erosion and erosion management.Proven ability in practical application of engineering standards and practices for corrosion and materials engineering.People leadership and an ability to network and influence across organisational boundaries.Why join us?At bp, we support our people to learn and grow in a diverse and challenging environment. We believe that our team is strengthened by diversity. We are committed to crafting an inclusive environment in which everyone is respected and treated fairly.Diversity Statement:At bp, we provide an excellent environment and benefits such as an open and inclusive culture, a great work-life balance, tremendous learning and development opportunities to craft your career path, life and health insurance, medical care package and many others!Diversity sits at the heart of our company and as an equal opportunity employer, we stay true to our mission by ensuring that our place can be anyone's place. We do not discriminate based on race, religion, colour, national origin, gender and gender identity, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status or disability status.We will ensure that individuals with disabilities are provided reasonable accommodation to participate in the job application and interview process, to perform essential job functions, and to receive other benefits and privileges of employment.EntityProduction & OperationsJob Family GroupEngineering GroupRelocation availableNoTravel requiredNoTime TypeFull timeCountryUnited KingdomAbout BPPRODUCTION & OPERATIONSThis is the place to truly drive change. Our people develop hydrocarbon resources, deliver projects, operate refineries as well as oil and gas production assets. Join us and make a difference by: • making our production and operations safer and more standardised • driving quicker reduction of our carbon emissions • growing cash returns and delivering improved reliability and optimisation • maximising efficiency through sharing resources • accelerating the digital transformation of our operating assets • developing our people faster, leveraging the scale of P&O • building greater integration and collaboration in service of our purposeLegal disclaimerWe are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, colour, national origin, sex, gender, gender expression, sexual orientation, age, marital status, neurodiversity/neurocognitive functioning, veteran status or disability status. We will ensure that individuals with disabilities are provided reasonable accommodation to participate in the job application or interview process, to perform crucial job functions, and to receive other benefits and privileges of employment. Please contact us to request accommodations.
      • warrington, nw
      • full-time
      • Ad Warrior Ltd
      Senior EcologistJob Type: Full Time, PermanentLocation: Warrington or Glasgow - will also consider full-time remote working anywhere in the UK for the right candidateSalary: £27,000 - £40,000 Per AnnumStart Date: ASAP The company, an award-winning planning and environmental consultancy, have an exciting opportunity for a Principal or Senior level Ecologist to work on a broad variety of projects, with the main focus on renewables. The position will offer the right individual the opportunity to work for a well-established and growing multi-disciplinary planning and environmental consultancy.The successful candidate will work on a wide variety of projects, with the main focus on renewable energy ;Prospective candidates will be expected to have excellent report writing skills, be well organised with meticulous attention to detail, while also being able to manage a varied workload.Duties •Managing other ecologists and ecology work•Managing and Undertake ecological surveys including:•Phase 1 habitat survey and NVCs•Protected species scoping surveys•Other surveys as required•Produce comprehensive reports including:•Ecological appraisals•Ecological Impact Assessments•Biodiversity management plans•Protected species•Working as part of a multi-disciplinary team•Liaising with clients and statutory consultees•Attending client and site meetings•Undertaking ECoW role (where required)•Tendering and fee proposal productionEssential Criteria •Working towards or have CIEEM membership•Degree in ecology or similar•Professional report writing experience•Good knowledge of UK ecological legislation and regulations•Experience of phase 1 / Fossitt habitat surveys & NVCs/IVCs•Bat survey experience•Technically competent•The successful candidate will be required to produce reports for clients and so attention to detail, reliability, and good organisational skills are essential•Must be flexible and willing to travel•Full driving license and own transportDesirable Criteria •CIEEM accredited•Ideally have 3 years plus experience in ecology surveys•Ornithology experience would be advantageous•Clerks of Works experience•Knowledge or experience using ArcGIS or similarIf you feel you are a suitable candidate and would like to work for this reputable company, then please do not hesitate in ;NO AGENCIES PLEASE
      • cambridgeshire, angl
      • full-time
      • Hyper Recruitment Solutions
      Senior Data ScientistHRS are recruiting for a Senior Data Scientist to join an innovative Biotech company based in the Cambridge area. Having grown rapidly and with two oncological products progressing into clinical trials, this position will be key to developing methods for statistical associations between microbiota composition and healthy / disease states. This will be an ideal opportunity for a Data Scientist / Computational Scientist to be involved in the early stage development of novel live bacterial therapeutics. Key duties and responsibilities:In this role as Senior Data Scientist, you will be responsible for:1. Analysis association of large-scale biological datasets (metagenomics / transcriptomics etc.) using clinical metadata. 2. Developing & identifying new analytical, statistical & machine learning methods to continuously improve and expand the informatics platform.3. Provide statistical input into study designs & analysis plans for complex data sets. Role requirements:To be successful in your application to this exciting opportunity as the Senior Data Scientist we are looking to identify the following on your profile and past history:1. A PhD (or equivalent experience) in Data Science, Statistics or a related discipline.2. A working knowledge and practical experience with machine learning methods, : clustering, feature selection, dimension reduction, tree-based models. 3. Proficient with a high-level programming language, : Python, R, Go4. Experience of working with clinical datasets, patient metadata or metagenomics data. Key Words: Data Science, Computational Biology, Bioinformatics, Metagenomics, Bacterial, Microbiota Hyper Recruitment Solutions Ltd (HRS) is an Equal Opportunities employer who are certified by Investors in People for talent development. We therefore welcome applications for any interested parties who fulfil the role requirements for this position. HRS is a company exclusively supporting the science and technology sectors, and is made up of a collaboration of recruitment professionals and scientists. We look forward to helping you with your next career moves.
      • blackburn, nw
      • full-time
      • Hyper Recruitment Solutions
      We are currently looking for a R&D Technician to join a leading pharmaceutical company based in the Lancashire area. As the R&D Technician you will be responsible for performing filling of product development batches for formulation development and laboratory studies.KEY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:Your duties as the R&D Technician will be varied however the key duties and responsibilities are as follows:1. As the R&D Technician, you will assist in the filling and development of product formulations, following and maintaining SOPs.2. You will handle lab equipment such as mixing vessels, crimpers and pressure fillers as well as measurement equipment such as force profile testers.3. As the R&D Technician, you will maintain the calibration of equipment and instruments within the laboratory and perform Health and Safety Risk Assessments and COSHH Assessments as required.4. You will also perform testing of pharmaceutical products and process testing data.ROLE REQUIREMENTS:To be successful in your application to this exciting opportunity as the R&D Technician we are looking to identify the following on your profile and past history:1. Relevant degree in Chemistry or other related disciplines.2. Proven industry and practical experience in calibrating lab equipment within a regulated environment.3. A working knowledge and practical experience as a lab technician within the pharmaceutical industry.Key Words: Lab Technician / Lancashire / Pharmaceuticals / Graduate / GMP / Research and Development / R&D / FormulationHyper Recruitment Solutions Ltd (HRS) is an Equal Opportunities employer who are certified by Investors in People for talent development. We therefore welcome applications for any interested parties who fulfil the role requirements for this position. HRS is a company exclusively supporting the science and technology sectors, and is made up of a collaboration of recruitment professionals and scientists. We look forward to helping you with your next career moves.
      • huntingdon, angl
      • full-time
      • Labcorp
      Do you have a Chemistry or Biochemistry degree? Have you got experience using Chromatography? Are you looking for a role that will offer you continuous training and tailor made career development within a scientific environment? At Labcorp Drug Development, we are working together to build a healthier and safer world, we exist to help our customers secure the potential of their research and develop products that enhance and enrich life.We are looking for a Laboratory Analyst to undertake analysis of formulation and inhalation samples at our site in Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire. As a Laboratory Analyst at Labcorp Drug Development your main responsibilities will be: - Develop or improve existing analytical methodology under the guidance of senior Dose Formulation Analysis personnel.- Develop a working knowledge of all Formulation & Inhalation Analysis analytical techniques and instrumentation.- Undertake method validation, analyse samples for Formulation & Inhalation Analysis studies and prepare formal analytical methods.- Regularly update Dose Formulation Analysis study management and the Study Director on the status of assigned studies.- Prepare draft reports for assigned studies.- Develop an understanding of the duties and role of a Study Director- Assist in the training of new staff in analytical techniques and instrumentation.- Maintain a thorough working knowledge of UK and international Good Laboratory Practice (GLP) regulations and their application to the work area.- Maintain an in depth knowledge and understanding of all Company and Department SOP’s relevant to the work area.We Offer You: - A comprehensive benefits package, including health cover and contributory pension.- Our ongoing success offers team members unsurpassed growth and career development ;- We will support your professional development every step of the way!Qualifications:- BSc (Hons) in Biochemistry or Chemistry.Experience:- Experience may be substituted for education.- Familiar with the use of standard laboratory equipment.- Basic knowledge of computers and software programs.- GLP experience or knowledge.- Some technical experience in chromatographic techniques eg. HPLC would be useful.Labcorp is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer:As an EOE/AA employer, the organization will not discriminate in its employment practices due to an applicant's race, age, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or veteran status.For more information about how we collect and store your personal data, please see our Privacy Statement.
      • hemel hempstead, hc
      • full-time
      • Quanta Consultancy Services
      Senior Pharmacovigilance Scientist – 15 Month Contract – Hemel Hempstead Are you looking for an opportunity to work within a global speciality pharmaceutical company? Would you like to join their mission of bringing innovative medicines to patients all around the world? We are recruiting for a Senior Pharmacovigilance Scientist for a 15-month contract starting in June. With a focus on oncology and rare diseases, this is your chance to join our client and their commitment to making meaning transformations in lives of their patients. Benefits of the role include a 10% bonus, healthcare and pension. As the Senior Pharmacovigilance Scientist, your role will be to support the Global PV Head with the oversight of the PV Vendor.Senior Pharmacovigilance Scientist Responsibilities:Management of internal/external processes, auditing procedures and partner agreementsManagement of internal/external Pharmacovigilance requirementsPV Vendor managementPartner managementSenior Pharmacovigilance Scientist Requirements:BSc or equivalent Life Science degreeExperience delivering PV training internally and externally5 years’ pharmacovigilance experience in a similar roleAble to review medical writing and source documentAbility to adhere to written procedures, guidelines and legal requirementsKnowledge of the drug development processVendor management experienceExtensive knowledge of EXCEL, PowerPoint and Microsoft WordDoes this Senior Pharmacovigilance Scientist role like a good fit for you? Get in touch with us today to make your application.The candidate must have the rights to work in the location stated in the job advert. Please note, Quanta part of QCS Staffing does not sponsor Visa applications.To view Quanta's privacy policy, please visit our website
      • tiverton, sw
      • full-time
      • Blundell's School
      Physics TechnicianTiverton, DevonAbout UsFounded in 1604, Blundell’s is a co-educational independent school for pupils aged 3 – 18 years. The Prep and Pre-Prep buildings sit within the campus but operate independently to the Senior School. Boasting excellent facilities and the best in pastoral care, we are committed to providing an outstanding learning experience for all students.Based in 90 acres of beautiful Devon countryside, Blundell’s fosters a friendly and open environment where both students and staff can thrive.We are now seeking a Physics Technician to join our team on a permanent, full-time basis, working six days per week during term time only.The Benefits- Salary from £20,000 per annum dependent on experience- 4 weeks’ holiday entitlement (in-line with the school calendar)- Company pension scheme- Childcare vouchers- Meals during term time- Relevant internal and external training provided- Use of excellent sports facilities- Free staff parkingThis is an exciting opportunity for an organised individual with a passion for science to become an integral part of our Physics Department.Physics is a widely popular choice amongst the Sixth Form, with typically two to three sets in each year group working towards the AQA Physics specification. The skills and enthusiasm you bring will be vital to the continuation of our students choosing to pursue science whilst maintaining our excellent record of success in public examinations.So, if you want to join a friendly and cohesive atmosphere where you will be helping to make a difference to children’s lives every day, we want to hear from you.The RoleAs a Physics Technician, you will support the delivery of Physics lessons to 375 pupils across Key Stage 3, GCSE and A Level.Facilitating high-quality, practical lessons, you will provide technical assistance for STEM based activities and contribute to the design, development and maintenance of specialist resources and/or long-term projects.You will also ensure that health and safety measures are implemented at all times in regard to the preparation, storage and accessibility of equipment and materials and the treatment and disposal of materials.About YouTo be considered as a Physics Technician, you will need:- The ability to carry out duties in a safe and controlled manner, following due processes and procedures- Excellent organisational skills- A good level of numeracy and literacy- An A level or equivalent qualification in PhysicsOther organisations may call this role Physics Assistant, Teaching Assistant, Science Technician, or School Technician.Webrecruit and Blundell's School are equal opportunities employers, value diversity and are strongly committed to providing equal employment opportunities for all employees and all applicants for employment. Equal opportunities are the only acceptable way to conduct business and we believe that the more inclusive our environments are, the better our work will be.So, if you want to pursue a rewarding career as a Physics Technician, please apply via the button shown. This vacancy is being advertised by Webrecruit. The services advertised by Webrecruit are those of an Employment Agency.
      • birmingham, mid
      • full-time
      • IF RECRUITMENT LTD
      Data Protection Specialist Skills Dell NetworkerData Domain DutiesResidency for Data ProtectionOperational DPS activities Location: Onsite Residency Dublin 5 days per week Duration 12 months Plus Applicants will undergo Security Vetting via Interpol Please contact
      • coalville, mid
      • full-time
      • Aggregate Industries
      Construction Materials Technician (Ref: 11215)When registering to this job board you will be redirected to the online application form. Please ensure that this is completed in full in order that your application can be reviewed.We have an opportunity for a Construction Materials Technician to join our Ready Mix Concrete division to provide technical support to production units in the East Midlands.Working Monday-Friday days and with full training available through support from senior members of the team you’ll travel to various sites across the East Midlands to investigate technical or quality queries as well as carry out appropriate product testing. You will also be involved in product development, undertaking laboratory trials, product training and ; ​What’s on offer?Competitive Salary, plus Company Vehicle, Bonus, 25 days holiday (with options to increase) and other benefits - all recognizing the contribution you bring. Be valued and supported, working as part of a highly respected team in a business that has a huge focus on Health & Safety.Opportunities for career progression both at home and abroad (via our parent company Holcim).An inclusive and safety focused culture with people at the heart of the business.What will you bring?Must have a full UK driving licenceEnthusiastic hard-working individual able to work on their own initiativeFit and healthy as some heavy lifting may be requiredKeen to learn and develop into the roleGood communication skills both written and verbalOrganised with planning and delivery capabilitiesAbility to work as part of a team We welcome applications from people fleeing the situation in Ukraine.Why join Aggregate Industries?While you help us become a leader in innovative and sustainable construction solutions, we promise to help you grow in a dynamic working environment that offers attractive working conditions and encourages personal and professional development.We are committed to building a diverse environment and are proud to be an equal opportunity employer. You will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, disability or age.Find out how we are building progress on our Careers Website - Please apply now - we may close the vacancy before the stated closing date if a high volume of applications are ;
      • leeds, yorkshire
      • full-time
      • Cathcart Associates
      Data Governance & Strategy Consultant One of our award-winning clients are in urgent need of a Data Strategy & Goverenance Consultant to join them on a contract basis. You will be joining a well-established team, helping to build a Data Governance framework that will transform their Data journey. This is a 6-month contract with the view to extend. Remote working included with weekly onsite visits to the office in Leeds. The contract is deemed OUTSIDE IR 35.Up to £550 per day DOE. Skills & Experience: * Deep understanding of data governance and data quality frameworks, from strategy setting to implementation* Experience working with data governance, data quality, data lineage, metadata management, and master data management toolsets from a data governance perspective* Proven experience building out data ownership and stewardship models, from early stage direction setting through to implementation* Understanding of Governance Tech (Purview, Alation, Collibra)* Understanding of cloud-based data platforms and Microsoft Azure stack is a plusIf this sounds like the project for you, apply where applicable or call Craig at Cathcart Technology
      • hereford, mid
      • full-time
      • RECRUITMENTiQ
      RECRUITMENTiQ is working with a leader in the pharmaceutical and medical industry to assist with their recruitment of a full-time Laboratory Manager.The Role The successful candidate will have extensive experience in the use of HPLC, GC, and general wet chemistry. The successful candidate must be hands-on, highly skilled and have the technical expertise coupled with a good understanding of business processes and be an effective communicator. Skills and Experience Extensive experience of working in a laboratory environment using HPLC and GC Understanding of ISO, GMP procedures and methods The ability to work alone and to deadlines Pharmaceutical experience would be an advantage but other similar industry experience would be considered. Must be degree qualified in a relevant subject. Experience in method development is also essential. This is a very active role and you will be responsible for delivering our projects on time while maintaining the highest quality standards. The role would suit a motivated individual who is constantly looking to develop and improve, to share knowledge and best practices within the industry. If you want to be part of an ambitiously growing company, please apply by sending your CV and covering letter.
      • hertford, hc
      • full-time
      • Utilise Recruitment
      Title: GIS Team LeaderLocation: Hertford based Package: £45,000 + benefits: 25 days holiday, pension and sick pay My client, a leader in Highway Construction and Highway Maintenance are currently seeking a GIS Team Leader to join them on a permanent basis at their site in Hertford! As the GIS Team Leader you will be responsible for leading the GIS team and continue the ongoing implementation of Esri based web solutions to support critical functions across our business. You will be expected to manage projects through the business ArcGIS Enterprise platform and support internal users in using the system effectively. Key Responsibilities:Lead on project design, scope, and deployment of new Esri based web solutions with both our internal and external clients.Lead the Hertfordshire based GIS Team to deliver GIS applications across the wider businessCompile, convert and maintain geospatial highways asset maintenance data in geographic and operational relational databases.Assist in maintaining existing GIS applications and systems for the users across our national contracts.Provide support of integration between our Esri environment and clients asset management systems.Assure consistency with company-wide standards and practices for data conversion, data maintenance and upgrades. Knowledge and Software Experience required:In depth knowledge and experience in the use of ESRI suite of applications, such as ArcGIS Pro, ArcGIS Enterprise/ Online and mobile applications including Field Maps.Applied knowledge of relational database management using SQL in Microsoft’s SQL Server management studio. Experience will include creation of database views and stored procedures. Knowledge of windows functions in SQL would be advantageousKnowledge of geodatabase administration including, designing, and maintaining enterprise geodatabases.Experience building and maintaining ESRI Dashboards, web applications and integration of mobile applications such as field maps and Survey 123.Must have excellent analytical, mapping, and problem-solving skills.Experience with python programming/ scripting would be advantageous. If you’re interested in applying for the role or have any questions, apply with your latest CV and I will be in touch to discuss the role further. Dom at Utilise Recruitment
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Morgan Sindall Property Services
      Salary £45,000 + BenefitsPermanent, Full Time (40 hours per week)About the RoleAs a Health, Safety & Environment Advisor, you will advise on operational compliance of all relevant operational activities, ensuring current procedures / systems within the business comply with relevant policy and legislation.We have an opportunity to work closely with projects and business hubs, covering North London, acting as systems administrator, maintain our iMS & HSEQ management software, whilst supporting our internal audit function. You’ll ensure our iMS systems and documentation is managed in compliance with ISO Standards, legal and regulatory requirements.About YouTo be successful in this role, we’d like you to be educated to degree level or equivalent, ideally with relevant professional qualification, NEBOSH, Lead Auditor etc. With knowledge of process control, quality assurance principles and operational management systems, you’ll be competent with Adobe and Microsoft packages and have strong analytical, problem-solving skills.Benefits26 days holiday plus bank holidays, enhanced pension plan, private healthcare, life assurance, company car, training and development, funded professional subscription, share save, Work Perks discount and offer scheme, extensive wellbeing benefits and resources including online advice, guides, counselling support, 24hr digital GP, cycle to work, eye care vouchers, paid voluntary work, enhanced family polices and we will accommodate requests for flexible working where possible.About UsMorgan Sindall Property Services provide integrated asset management for housing associations and local authorities, focusing on improving the living conditions of residents and leaving a lasting legacy in the communities we serve. Our services include, responsive repairs, void refurbishments, compliancy services and planned maintenance works.With over 800 employees, we focus on a culture which puts people at the core of everything we do, encourages innovative thinking and always puts our customer first.Build your career with a leading property services company, where we recognise that diversity of thought and talented people are key to our success.MSPS are proud to support the resettlement of armed forces personnel.Please refer to the full Job Description upon completing your application.
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