Production Technician - new job in Northampton, UK

Production Technician
  • £21,000 - £25,000 per Annum
  • Permanent
  • Northampton, Northamptonshire, England, UK Northampton Northamptonshire UK NN7 4TF
Job Ref: J2163813
Sector: Engineering
Sub-sector: Pharmaceuticals
Date Added: 22 June 2022
Production Technician - Northampton - Permanent

Production Technician - Northampton - Permanent

Title: Production Technician

Location: Northwest

Shift: Week 1 - Morning Shift - 06.00 am-14.30 pm, Week 2 - Afternoon Shift 13.30 pm-22.00 pm. Shifts rotate weekly.

Contract: Permanent

Start: ASAP

SRG are currently looking for a Production Technician with experience either in Pharmaceuticals, Food, FMCG or Other Production/Manufacturing Environments to join a pharmaceutical company-based in the Northampton area, in order to help aid with the increased demand at the facility.

As a Production Technician, you will be responsible for safe and effective manufacturing of pharmaceutical products. Therefore, the ideal candidate must have experience in fast paced working environment and be able to work with minimal supervision.

If you are interested in hearing more about this role please email your CV to or alternatively give Sourosh Valeh a call 01618682237


  • Set-up and operate specialised production equipment

  • Visual inspections/ cleaning of equipment
  • Completing batch documentation

Key requirements:

  • Ideally experienced working as manufacturing environment
  • Ideally experience working within industries such as: Pharmaceuticals, Food, FMCG or Other Production/Manufacturing industries

In return you will receive competitive pay and benefits, gain experience in a world class organisation and work in a dynamic and modern environment.

Apply online, or alternatively call Sourosh Valeh on 01618682237 for more information or email a CV to

22/07/2022 10:35:56
GBP 21000.00 25000.00 Annum
Contact Consultant:
Loz Mitchell

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