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    • abingdon, oxfordshire
    • temporary
    • full-time
    Abbott Rapid Diagnostics is part of Abbott's Diagnostics family of businesses, bringing together exceptional teams of experts and industry leading technologies to support diagnostic testing which provides important information for treatment and management of diseases and other conditions.The position of Sales Order and Dispatch Specialist is within our Abbott Rapid Diagnostics customer operations department located in Abingdon, Oxfordshire. This role will be working within a team of multi-talented staff providing an excellent service to our customers. The Sales Order Processing team is a fast paced team and the ideal candidate should beable to make quick decisions and have good problem solving skills.This job description will be reviewed periodically and is subject to change by management.Responsibilities:- Setting up and processing all customer orders and standing orders- Informing customers, distributors and subsidiary companies of expected delivery dates for orders placed and prioritising orders and coordinating shipment- Coordinating the daily dispatch of customer's orders and liaising with the warehouse to arrange successful delivery- Dealing with and resolving complaints and queries from customers, distributors and subsidiary companies regarding order processing. Logging of queries and complaints on our company data base.- Liaison with other departments to ensure customer satisfaction- Additional duties include: answering general incoming calls and assisting with Front of House (reception) cover during periods of absence.Qualifications:- Excellent written and oral communication skills- Excellent telephone manner- Good problem solving skills- Good Microsoft Office skills including Word, Excel, Power Point, Outlook- Ability to prioritise workload to meet deadlinesCompetencies:- Able to use own initiative- Willing to help other areas of the team when required- Ability to build strong working relationships- Customer focused
    Abbott Rapid Diagnostics is part of Abbott's Diagnostics family of businesses, bringing together exceptional teams of experts and industry leading technologies to support diagnostic testing which provides important information for treatment and management of diseases and other conditions.The position of Sales Order and Dispatch Specialist is within our Abbott Rapid Diagnostics customer operations department located in Abingdon, Oxfordshire. This role will be working within a team of multi-talented staff providing an excellent service to our customers. The Sales Order Processing team is a fast paced team and the ideal candidate should beable to make quick decisions and have good problem solving skills.This job description will be reviewed periodically and is subject to change by management.Responsibilities:- Setting up and processing all customer orders and standing orders- Informing customers, distributors and subsidiary companies of expected delivery dates for orders placed and prioritising orders and coordinating shipment- Coordinating the daily dispatch of customer's orders and liaising with the warehouse to arrange successful delivery- Dealing with and resolving complaints and queries from customers, distributors and subsidiary companies regarding order processing. Logging of queries and complaints on our company data base.- Liaison with other departments to ensure customer satisfaction- Additional duties include: answering general incoming calls and assisting with Front of House (reception) cover during periods of absence.Qualifications:- Excellent written and oral communication skills- Excellent telephone manner- Good problem solving skills- Good Microsoft Office skills including Word, Excel, Power Point, Outlook- Ability to prioritise workload to meet deadlinesCompetencies:- Able to use own initiative- Willing to help other areas of the team when required- Ability to build strong working relationships- Customer focused
    • loughton, essex
    • temporary
    • £13.90 - £14.90 per hour
    • full-time
    Laboratory TechnicianMonday - Friday 08.00-16.00Loughton, Essex£13.90-£14.90 dependent on experience.6 Months contract The position of Laboratory Technician will support the preparation of samples andproduction of results within the analytical section of the laboratory.RESPONSIBILITIES:To support the day to day work programme in the laboratory to agreed deadlines and quality standards.To assist in the maintenance and calibration of instrumentation and equipment used in the analytical processes.To assist in the preparation of reagents, calibration standards and control materials in accordance with the relevant SOPs.To assist in stock control to ensure adequate levels of reagents, chemicals and consumables are held in stock.To ensure the laboratory is kept clean and tidy to ensure a safe and efficient workingenvironment.To assist in administration tasks (e.g. completing record forms, spreadsheets, filing, scanning) to support the laboratory. BASIC QUALIFICATIONS | EDUCATION:Appropriate science degree. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:Previous laboratory experience COMPETENCIES:Communication, Organisation, Teamwork, Collaboration, Results driven, Accurate,Reliable, EfficientAn equal opportunity employer, Abbott welcomes and encourages diversity inour workforce. You can also apply for this role with us by texting ABBOTTS along with your name to 80800, please ensure you enter a space between the word ABBOTTS and your name. *this is a FREE texting service*
    Laboratory TechnicianMonday - Friday 08.00-16.00Loughton, Essex£13.90-£14.90 dependent on experience.6 Months contract The position of Laboratory Technician will support the preparation of samples andproduction of results within the analytical section of the laboratory.RESPONSIBILITIES:To support the day to day work programme in the laboratory to agreed deadlines and quality standards.To assist in the maintenance and calibration of instrumentation and equipment used in the analytical processes.To assist in the preparation of reagents, calibration standards and control materials in accordance with the relevant SOPs.To assist in stock control to ensure adequate levels of reagents, chemicals and consumables are held in stock.To ensure the laboratory is kept clean and tidy to ensure a safe and efficient workingenvironment.To assist in administration tasks (e.g. completing record forms, spreadsheets, filing, scanning) to support the laboratory. BASIC QUALIFICATIONS | EDUCATION:Appropriate science degree. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:Previous laboratory experience COMPETENCIES:Communication, Organisation, Teamwork, Collaboration, Results driven, Accurate,Reliable, EfficientAn equal opportunity employer, Abbott welcomes and encourages diversity inour workforce. You can also apply for this role with us by texting ABBOTTS along with your name to 80800, please ensure you enter a space between the word ABBOTTS and your name. *this is a FREE texting service*
    • sittingbourne, kent
    • temporary
    • £9.25 per hour
    • full-time
    Are you looking for a new role, within an established company? Do you enjoy working with mechanics in a personal or work capacity?Then we may just have the role for you!Randstad are currently recruiting for a Service Centre Repair Technician for a well-known medical device company. You do not need any experience in a previous role - we're happy to train on everything! Benefits you'll Love:Training and full personal protective equipment providedFree on-site parking Subsidised onsite canteen Outside seating areas Hours and Pay rate:£9.25 per hourMonday - Friday: 08.00-16.0037.5 hours This role is a 12 month ongoing contractYour Responsibilities:Diagnosing and repairing medical equipment Service, repair, and test Nutritional DevicesCarry out investigations of Nutritional DevicesMaintain records both soft and hard copyAssist in the maintenance and operation of the flow and tracking of devicesIdentify improvements Requirements:Mechanical experience, either in a work or personal capacityBasic IT skillsEligible to live and work in the UK With full training provided, what are you waiting for, click apply today!
    Are you looking for a new role, within an established company? Do you enjoy working with mechanics in a personal or work capacity?Then we may just have the role for you!Randstad are currently recruiting for a Service Centre Repair Technician for a well-known medical device company. You do not need any experience in a previous role - we're happy to train on everything! Benefits you'll Love:Training and full personal protective equipment providedFree on-site parking Subsidised onsite canteen Outside seating areas Hours and Pay rate:£9.25 per hourMonday - Friday: 08.00-16.0037.5 hours This role is a 12 month ongoing contractYour Responsibilities:Diagnosing and repairing medical equipment Service, repair, and test Nutritional DevicesCarry out investigations of Nutritional DevicesMaintain records both soft and hard copyAssist in the maintenance and operation of the flow and tracking of devicesIdentify improvements Requirements:Mechanical experience, either in a work or personal capacityBasic IT skillsEligible to live and work in the UK With full training provided, what are you waiting for, click apply today!

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