Job Category:
Environmental Service / Waste Management / Recycling, Food/Drink
Job Type:
East Anglia
Salary Description:
circa £20-£23,000 depending on experience
SCI Recruitment for Scientists
Job Ref:

Microbiologist - Shifts


Salary £20-£23,000 depending on experience

Ref: SCI-00069



Our Client is a UKAS and DEFRA approved service provider who provides testing services to the food, beverage and water sectors. They have grown throughout the years to provide a variety of services in this industry and now have a vacancy within their Food laboratory for a Microbiologist.


Reporting to the Section Head you will be responsible for plate counting, identification and ELISA testing on a variety of food samples sent for test. This is a great opportunity to hone further skills in a fast paced environment where quality and speed of response are of paramount importance. To deliver on the expectations of its clients they run a shift system and operate 7 days a week, 14 hours a day so run shift teams for this purpose.

You should be experienced working in a fast paced microbiology lab and have experience with analysis of a variety of pathogenic organisms. A methodical approach is required as is experience of working in an accredited laboratory. You should have a strong team ethic and be flexible to ensure that the work is delivered on time with a high degree of accuracy. You should have a good understanding of quality systems and be able to report results accurately and communicate these effectively.


Experience of working with a LIMS system is preferred although training will be provided for the right candidates.


If this sounds like you and you would like to take your next step in your microbiology career get in touch now!


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Contact Details:
SCI Recruitment for Scientists
Tel: 01606 818290
Contact: Lori Fitton

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