Technical Microbiology Assistant

Job Category:
Food/Drink, Laboratory Equipment / Instrumentation / Consumables, Pharmaceuticals / Biotechnology / Forensics / Medical Devices
Job Type:
Permanent
Region:
South West
Town:
Gloucestershire/ Worcestershire
Salary:
£16,500 to £17,500 per annum
Salary Description:
£16,500 - £17,500
Posted:
06/06/2017
Recruiter:
SCI Recruitment for Scientists
Job Ref:
19525

Technical Microbiology Assistant 


Reference:19525


My  South West based client provides scientific, technical, and legislative support to the food, drinks and allied industries worldwide. The practical application of technical excellence lies at the heart of all that we do and is supported by our industry-leading facilities, expertise and knowledge. 


They seek an experienced microbiologist to work in the Microbiological Risk Assessment & Training Section. This role would suit a recent graduate with some work experience in a contract testing lab or similar. 


Responsibilities fo the role are as follows:

• Responsible for production, testing and packing of vials

• Responsible for practical preparation on courses and some demonstration work

• To work with Section members to formulate and carry out practical work associated with projects (for clients and research)

• To “field” client enquiries as appropriate

• Planning, organisation and coordinating of a portion of contract work



The successful applicant will have:


• Degree qualification (in related field)

• Sound knowledge of general microbiology through work experience or study

• Knowledge of 'standard methods' in microbiology

• At least 1 year's varied experience of working in a microbiology laboratory

• Excellent interpersonal and organisational skills

• Sound understanding of GLP is required

• Own transport is essential


Role: Permanent

Salary: £16,500 - £17,500

Location: South West


Contact Details:
SCI Recruitment for Scientists
Tel: 01606 818290
Contact: Tom Lester
Email:

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