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  • Role: Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Engineer

    Location: Ripon, North Yorkshire

    Salary: £35,000 per annum


    Medical Device company based in North Yorkshire looking for an engineer to join them on a permanent basis.

    The role covers a wide range of activities including process improvements, maintenance and calibration of critical equipment.  Process introduction and validation, supplier management, supporting design transfer and design change processes.  Aswell assisting in the design of production and testing gauging and manufacturing aids.

    This means you will need to be a hands on engineer who is willing to learn and adapt quickly, with a passion for problem solving.

    Essential Skills:

    * Graduate Qualification ideally in Engineering or demonstrable hands on engineering experience in industry

    * Ideally experience in a regulated industry, preferably Medical Device but also Pharmaceuticals, Food, Chemicals, Automotive, Aerospace, FMCG etc.

    * Excellent communication and problem solving skills

    * Ability to learn and adapt quickly.


    Please contact us for further details.

    Thank you.

  • Role: Chemical Plant Operator
    Location: Pontyclun
    Salary: £36,000 per annum

    Saftey, Health & Environment (SHE) Responsibilities:
    £You will be working within a COMAH Upper Tier site and will be required to work in compliance with all related procedures and protocols.
    £You will own Health, Safety and Environmental management in the plants and ensure regular auditing, hazard spotting and COMPASS reviews are undertaken as part of your role.
    £You will lead on activities designed to make the working areas safer by generating process safety and occupational safety improvements.
    £You will own asset care within the areas and ensure that a structured and well organised environment is maintained which mitigates hazards such as slips, trips, falls, chemical contamination any other chemical plant related issues.

    Key Responsibilities:
    £Operate the DBP and CTP.
    £Carry out supervision of the processes and manage process maintenance.
    £Carry out product quality checks in line with the companies QMS.
    £Carry out diagnostics and asset care to keep plants in optimum condition.
    £Carry out accurate chemical sampling and analysis on process solutions & manage waste removal.
    £Own and manage problem solving and continuous improvement activity for safety and process improvements. This will require working closely with the BPROC Process Team
    £Work to approved departmental Standard Operating Procedures (SOP's) and have an underpinning knowledge of the associated Risk Assessments (RA).
    £Follow Standard Response's when issues occur within the DBP and CTP areas.
    £Attend daily tier 1 Gemba meetings with Team Leaders to identify BAU issues and solutions.
    £Be responsible for systemised hazard spotting and raising hazard cards where appropriate.
    £Carry out any additional ad hoc tasks as deemed appropriate and safe by your Line Manager.

    Knowledge, Skills & Experience:
    £Previous experience within a chemical process environment (preferably COMAH site)
    £Previous experience working with and managing hazardous substances
    £Demonstrate an analytical and logical approach to data driven problem solving.
    £Possess a relevant scientific / engineering qualification.
    £Experience of working within an electro-plating plant.
    £Good knowledge, awareness and attitude towards Health, Safety and Environment.
    £Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
    £Financially aware and IT literate.
    £Ability to work independently and efficiently.
    £A basic understanding of cyanide based plating chemistry and cyanide waste effluent treatment would be advantageous but is not essential.

    Qualification requirements:
    £Scientific / Engineering qualification preferably at HNC or above. Those working towards these qualifications may be considered at a development level.
    £Highly experienced RM operators without the relevant qualifications may be considered

    Contract length: 12 months.


    Please email your CV to

    Thank you.


  • Role: Robotics Systems Technologist

    Location: Warrington

    Salary: £34,000 - £36,000 per annum  DOE

    The candidate would be expected to explore the innovative use of advanced technologies and development of engineered solutions to a range of robotic and teleoperational challenges.  This involves the innovative integration of technologies to satisfy end user requirements.



    Delivery of a program of development trials on a range of teleoperable components and systems, which includes;
    £Preparation of safety paperwork associated with experimental programme.
    £Undertaking small and large-scale trials, involving proprietary and bespoke robotics hardware and test rig equipment.
    £Complete a series of experimental trials
    £Collect, tabulate and interpret experimental data and presentation of results in formal document formats, papers and presentations.


    The Candidate-  Qualifications & Experience:

    *PhD  in a relevant discipline in robotics or software development
    £The ability to perform duties to the highest safety and quality standards.
    £Hands on experience developing code for industrial robots, research robots or bespoke manipulator systems within a laboratory or industrial environment.
    £Hands on experience in the use of simulation or games software for the verification and validation of robotic control programs.
    £Experience of teleoperation of robotic systems within a nuclear or other hazardous environment is an advantage but not essential.


    If you believe you are qualified for the position, please email your CV to

    We look forward to hearing from you. 

    Thank you.


    Role: Senior Scientist / Analytical Scientist

    Location: Macclesfield. Cheshire

    Salary: £22- £25 per hour - DOE


    A leading Pharmaceutical organisation is looking to recruit an Analyical Scientist to form part of their Chemical Development Teams in Pharmaceutical Sciences


    * Performing analytical testing to support project progression during preclinical and clinical phases
    * Identify and solve any analytical issues that may arise during projects
    * Plan and conduct lab-based experimentation
    * Ensure all work is performed in accordance with ICH and cGMP guidelines
    * Perform a variety of techniques including LC, MS, GC and NMR
    * Be involved in analytical method development


    * Practical experience of LC, MS, GC, NMR
    * Experience in Method Development
    * Experience of working to GMP
    * Degree in Chemistry or Analytical Chemistry


    If you are qualified for this role please forward your CV to 

    Thank you.

  • Role:Clinical Trials Assistants

    Starting Salary: £18,500 per annum

    Location: NorthWest UK

    Roles in cutting edge research.  Working with some of the most distinguished pharma companies in the UK and internationally.

    A rewarding career pathway for anyone looking to work alongside nurses and other clinical staff to assist in all aspects of conducting early phase clinical trials.


    You will support a diverse range of studies/trials specialising in research involving patients and healthy volunteers, primarily in respiratory research, as well as undertaking drug development programmes in a variety of other therapeutic fields.

    The role involves assisting with clinical procedures such as taking blood pressure and ECG recordings, assisting in the pharmacy and laboratory, trial administration and ward housekeeping.

    Previous experience of working in clinical trials is not a necessity.

    The ability to communicate effectively with volunteers and all levels of staff is essential as well as having good organisational skills, attention to detail and a keen interest to work within this field.

    You must be able to work in accordance with a varied shift pattern including evening, weekend and night shifts.


    Career progression opportunities

    Continuous professional development

    29 days annual leave plus Bank Holidays, rising to 33 days after 5 years£ service

    Company pension scheme

    Generous annual bonus

    Healthcare plan

    Free secure on-site parking

    Subsidised gym membership



    Thank you.


  • Role: GMP Technician- Cell Therapy.

    Manchester based.

    As a graduate of Biological Science you will use your practical experience of cell biology to perform GMP standard cell culture and associated assays in state of the art laboratories.

    The GMP facility is in a growth phase and will shortly transition to shift system with enhanced pay. Flexibility to work a shift pattern is essential but in return you are offered excellent training and a competitive salary and rewards package.

    Main Duties & Responsibilities:
    The GMP Technician - Cell Therapy will be required to:

    £Perform GMP (Good Manufacturing Process) cell culture and the associated GMP assays within a laboratory, clean room or Aseptic Isolator
    £Undertake validation studies of processes and equipment as required
    £Perform standard operating policies & procedures (SOP?s) and novel technology transfer processes, including state of the art techniques developed in cell culture, flow cytometry and a range of biological assays
    £Produce and review technical documentation (SOPs, MPDs, etc) as part of the Instil Bio (UK) quality system
    £Clearly and accurately record/transcribe and communicate translational & GxP procedures
    £Perform critical checks of the records of fellow staff and external contractors/suppliers
    £Be aware of the regulatory requirements (GMP, GCP etc) relevant to CTL and to ensure compliance with the regulations
    £Prepare materials and reagents as required
    £Order equipment & consumables and perform routine stock checks to maintain levels of critical stock, as well as communicating with suppliers and sourcing new consumables/equipment as required
    £Perform routine operation, testing and maintenance checks of laboratory equipment
    £Arrange for equipment calibration, maintenance and repair with external contractors
    £Ensure critical samples are safely delivered to external testing facilities
    £Perform laboratory housekeeping including COSHH and Risk assessments
    £Carry out regular facility cleaning, monitoring and disposal of waste.

    Essential Requirements:

    £A graduate degree level in a biological science related discipline
    £A basic knowledge of biomedicine and practical experience in cell biology and the associated assays
    £Experience of working within a group whilst also maintaining individual responsibility with minimal active management
    £Evidence of professional development within the field of biomedical science by demonstrating an active career path
    £Excellent communication skills written and oral
    £Excellent IT skills

    Desirable skills & previous experience in:
    £Cell therapy
    £Genetic/protein engineering
    £Flow cytometry
    £Professional Registration in an appropriate subject area
    £GMP, Quality Control or quality assurance in the field of Biomedicine or related field
    £Understanding of the role of the MHRA, HTA and H&SE in Good Manufacturing Practice
    £Organisational skills demonstrating an ability to perform complex multistage procedures within a group and as an individual

    Remuneration and Benefits:
    The salaries for these roles are competitive within the Biotechnology and wider scientific sector.

    Initial offers in the region of:

    *  £22,500 to £25,000 - rising to £26,000 after a short training period.

    In addition these roles will transition to a shift system and attract a shift allowance & benefits package.


    Please email your CV to

    Thank you.


  • Role: Senior Clinical Research Associate

    Location: Edinburgh

    Salary: Up to £50,000 per annum  DOE


    The role:

    Taking the lead in a number of fascinating clinical trials, you will perform and coordinate all aspects of the clinical monitoring process. Travelling across the UK for the purposes of on-site monitoring, you will help identify clinical trial participants, seeing to it that these patients are receiving the highest levels of care.


    Have at 2-3 years of independent monitoring experience in a pharmaceutical or clinical research organisation, with the ability to manage the full lifecycle of a trial. From start up through to close out, you£ll be a walking-talking monitoring guru.

    Have a life sciences degree & be qualified to conduct independent monitoring activities.

    Have a solid knowledge of ICH-GCP, EU and FDA requirements, and you will be comfortable using medical terminology.

    Have comprehensive medical or therapeutic area knowledge.

    Be a team-player, with an inspirational approach to leadership. As such, you£ll have great communication skills.

    Have the capacity to organise and manage your own workload, with the ability to lead the work of more junior colleagues.

    Be IT literate. Microsoft Office skills are essential, and you will be capable of learning new software.


    Please contact us on;

    0141 442 0842

    Thank you.

  • Role: Materials Coordinator - Chemical Manufacturing
    Salary: £20,000 per annum - Training & Excellent Company Benefits
    Location: West Bromwich, West Midlands


    This is an opportunity to obtain a career within the Quality Department-  reporting directly to the Quality Control Manager.

    You will be working for one of the UK's leading manufacturers of speciality organic chemicals.

    They are looking for a candidate with experience in a manufacturing or laboratory environment that's looking for further training and career development.

    The Role:
    *Inspect deliveries of chemical raw materials on receipt and passes information to the quality control department in accordance with laid down procedures.
    *Undertake, supervise and oversee sampling operations on site.
    *Report any deficiencies from the sampling or inspection process to the Quality Control Manager and aid their investigation.

    *Experience of working in a chemical manufacturing facility within a warehouse or laboratory environment
    *Happy to train and learn new processes
    *Looking to build a long-term career.



    0121 271 0727

    Thank you.

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