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URGENT Packaging & Production Technician - 3 months

URGENT Packaging & Production Technician - 3 months

Job Title: URGENT Packaging & Production Technician - 3 months
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Worthing
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Salary: Equivalent to £18,500 annual salary
Start Date: 2020-08-26
Reference: V-46356
Contact Name: Adrienn Prezenszki
Contact Email: adrienn.prezenszki@nextphaserecruitment.com
Job Published: August 27, 2020 12:24

Job Description

URGENT TEMP ROLES IN WORTHING WITH IMMEDIATE START!

Do you have excellent attention to detail, patience, and communication skills? 7 brand-new temporary roles have arisen with a Pharmaceutical company in Worthing, West Sussex across their Packaging, Production, and Services departments. These are temporary contracts, paying the equivalent of £18,500 salary (£9.50 per hour, plus statutory amounts) to start on 7th or 14th September for an initial 3 months to cover loss of staff due to isolation as a result of Covid 19.

You will work 7am-3pm, Monday to Friday. Different roles are available in the production, production support, testing and packaging of vaccines that are being made to help people with allergies. You will work in a clean room and will need to wear PPE. Full details of the positions will be given on application.

We are looking for hard-working, committed individuals with strong attention to detail. Previous experience in a regulated environment (GMP or ISO, from the Pharmaceutical, Food or Medical Devices sectors) would be a strong advantage but is not essential. Above else, we want someone who works hard at all times, who offers excellent communication skills (both written and verbal), good literacy and numeracy, patience, an honest and likeable manner and punctual at all times.

Life Science graduates will also be considered if you are looking to gain experience in a GMP regulated environment.

Please note that colourblind candidate cannot be considered due to the colour-coding system used when you check and label the vials of vaccines.

Candidates will regrettably not be considered if they have booked excessive holiday during the period of September – December. Occasional days off will be permitted, but not several days in one block.