Microbiology Technician

Microbiology Technician
  • £24,000 per Annum
  • Permanent
  • Chester, Cheshire, England, UK Chester Cheshire UK CH5 2NU
Job Ref: J2162828
Sector: Science
Sub-sector: Medical Devices
Date Added: 24 November 2021
We are currently looking for a Microbiology Technician to join a global medical device organisation.

Job Title: Microbiology TechnicianVacancy type: 1 x Permanent, 1 x 12 month contractSalary: £24,000Location: North West, ChesterWe are currently looking for a Microbiology Technician to join a global, innovative, medical device and product organisation, to monitor the process lines, environment, and finished products.The main duties and responsibilities will include:* Provide microbiological support and testing to support operations.* Follow methods and work to ISO 11137, 11135 and 17765.* Perform environmental monitoring and routine product monitoring; bioburden, VDmax25 The successful Microbiology Technician will be educated to a degree level within a Microbiological discipline, and will have experience working within a microbiology laboratory to ISO regulations 11737, 11137, 11135 and 17665, as well as GMP.Interested? Or know someone who will be?SRG are the UK number 1 recruitment company specialising in the science, engineering, clinical, pharmaceutical, food/FMCG, renewable, biotech, chemicals, and medical devices sectors.As scientists ourselves, our specialist sector knowledge and our passion are second to none. It's this combination that makes us different. We're committed to providing outstanding temporary, contract and permanent career opportunities of all levels for our candidates and a comprehensive range of expert strategic recruitment services for our clients.If you are interested in this role and require more information, please contact Jay Reid on 0161 888 2510 or Jay.Reid@srgtalent.com.

24/12/2021 17:21:57
GBP 24000.00 24000.00 Annum
Contact Consultant:
Behruz Sheikh

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