Senior Manufacturing Technician

Senior Manufacturing Technician
  • Competitive
  • Permanent
  • Glasgow, Scotland, UK Glasgow Glasgow UK ML1 4UF
Job Ref: J2158932
Sector: Science
Sub-sectors: Biotech/Life Sciences, Medical Devices
Date Added: 10 February 2021
A leading Medical Devices company are looking for a Senior Manufacturing Technician to join their busy team

Senior Manufacturing Technician (Shifts)

Permanent Opportunity


Competitive Salary + Shift Allowance

The Company

A leading medical devices company who produce a range of diagnostic products are looking for a Senior Manufacturing Technician to join their expanding team. The company has a wide range of industry-leading products and are looking to continue their steady growth in the healthcare sector.

Now is a fantastic time to join this company as they are growing their team. They have a great reputation and a friendly work environment.

The Job

The successful Senior Manufacturing Technician will work within the busy team that manufactures reagents for their assay products. This will involve a variety of duties within a fast-paced cGMP environment, including;

  • Manufacturing of reagents meeting deadlines and safety requirements
  • Helping to train and supervise Technicians
  • Testing of raw materials and products
  • Assisting with the assignment of workloads

Your Experience

The successful individual will have the following skills and experience;

  • Experience within a GMP or GLP scientific manufacturing environment
  • Strong problem solving skills
  • Flexibility to work shifts

It would be an advantage, but is not essential, to have;

  • A BSc or above in a relevant scientific subject

Next Steps

If you are looking to become a Senior Manufacturing Technician within a leading medical devices company in Glasgow please apply online. Any queries can be directed to Luke on 0141 847 0319 or

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Contact Consultant:
Luke Argent

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