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    • oxford, oxfordshire
    • contract
    • £11.13 per hour
    • full-time
    Are you experienced in manufacturing? Have you worked in a senior production role? Are you a team player? Can you work in a fast paced environment? Randstad is recruiting for a Manufacturing Technician on behalf of a global medical device and health care leader, who are dedicated to helping people reach their full health potential. The successful candidate will be tasked with the daily responsibility of monitoring the machinery, as well as the safe transfer of materials in and out of the cleanroom. The successful candidate would be required to work day shifts on a 4 days on, 4 days off shift basis. Location: Witney Benefits:Free onsite parkingOnsite canteenOutside seating areasGain cleanroom experienceGain manufacturing experienceExcellent long term prospects Key Responsibilities:The set-up and monitoring of machines - including noticing any issues and resolving these in a timely manner Using the HMIs (Human-Machine Interface) to monitor key parametersExcellent communication with colleagues to ensure an efficient, smoothly run operationComplete a mix of written and electronic reports To produce a clear handover for next shift staff to ensure seamless changesSuccessfully transfer materials to and from the cleanroomPerform other routine clerical activities according to the organisation's established proceduresTo act as a role model and work positively and effectively with fellow team members, cross functional groups and managers, ensuring that all communications, interpersonal interactions and business behaviours are consistent with the core values and the Code of Conduct of the company. Candidate Requirements:Previous manufacturing experience - Good manufacturing practice is essentialProficient IT skillsTo have completed secondary educationGreat communicator with clear handwriting for report writingTeam player with good organisational skillsBasic math and recording abilitiesSolid understanding of health and safety regulationsCleanroom experience is preferred but not essential5 years of referencing (employment or alternative activity) history will need to be obtained if you are successful in your application. Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK. If you are interested about being a Manufacturing Technician or have experience in working in a manufacturing environment and want to work for a renowned healthcare company, don't hesitate, apply today! Randstad Business Support is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.
    Are you experienced in manufacturing? Have you worked in a senior production role? Are you a team player? Can you work in a fast paced environment? Randstad is recruiting for a Manufacturing Technician on behalf of a global medical device and health care leader, who are dedicated to helping people reach their full health potential. The successful candidate will be tasked with the daily responsibility of monitoring the machinery, as well as the safe transfer of materials in and out of the cleanroom. The successful candidate would be required to work day shifts on a 4 days on, 4 days off shift basis. Location: Witney Benefits:Free onsite parkingOnsite canteenOutside seating areasGain cleanroom experienceGain manufacturing experienceExcellent long term prospects Key Responsibilities:The set-up and monitoring of machines - including noticing any issues and resolving these in a timely manner Using the HMIs (Human-Machine Interface) to monitor key parametersExcellent communication with colleagues to ensure an efficient, smoothly run operationComplete a mix of written and electronic reports To produce a clear handover for next shift staff to ensure seamless changesSuccessfully transfer materials to and from the cleanroomPerform other routine clerical activities according to the organisation's established proceduresTo act as a role model and work positively and effectively with fellow team members, cross functional groups and managers, ensuring that all communications, interpersonal interactions and business behaviours are consistent with the core values and the Code of Conduct of the company. Candidate Requirements:Previous manufacturing experience - Good manufacturing practice is essentialProficient IT skillsTo have completed secondary educationGreat communicator with clear handwriting for report writingTeam player with good organisational skillsBasic math and recording abilitiesSolid understanding of health and safety regulationsCleanroom experience is preferred but not essential5 years of referencing (employment or alternative activity) history will need to be obtained if you are successful in your application. Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK. If you are interested about being a Manufacturing Technician or have experience in working in a manufacturing environment and want to work for a renowned healthcare company, don't hesitate, apply today! Randstad Business Support is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.
    • witney, oxfordshire
    • contract
    • £11.13 - £13.52 per hour
    • full-time
    We're looking for night owls! We're recruiting manufacturing technicians to work night shifts on a 7pm - 7am 4 day shift rota. You'll be working for a global medical device and healthcare leader based in Witney, on a 6-month ongoing contract. Benefits You'll Love:Access to the Randstad flexible benefits app which includes discounts at major supermarkets, restaurants, coffee shops and cinemas.Referral programmes - earn even more when you bring a friend with you!Access to employee assistance programmes including financial advice and counselling servicesUp to 33 days holiday after 12 weeks of continuous employmentFree onsite parkingSubsidised onsite canteenYou'll gain valuable cleanroom and manufacturing experienceExcellent long term prospects and job stability Here's what you'll be doing every day: Setting up and monitoring of machines - including noticing any issues and resolving these promptly.Using the HMIs (Human-Machine Interface) to monitor key parametersCompleting a mix of written and electronic reports Producing a clear handover for next shift staff to ensure seamless changesSuccessfully transferring materials to and from the cleanroomPerforming other routine activities according to the organisation's established proceduresActing as a role model and working positively and effectively with fellow team members, cross-functional groups and managers, ensuring that all communications, interpersonal interactions and business behaviours are consistent with the core values and the code of conduct of the company. Who we're looking for:Experience in a production or manufacturing role is preferred but not essentialBasic IT skillsTo have completed GCSEs or equivalentBe a great communicatorTeam player with good organisational skillsBasic maths and recording abilitiesGood understanding of health and safety regulationsCleanroom experience is preferred but not essential5 years of referencing (employment or alternative activity) history will need to be obtained if you are successful in your application. Pay Rate: £11.13 with £2.39 shift premium Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.If you are interested in joining us as a Manufacturing Technician or have experience in working in a manufacturing or production environment and want to work for a renowned healthcare company, don't hesitate, apply today!Randstad Business Support is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.
    We're looking for night owls! We're recruiting manufacturing technicians to work night shifts on a 7pm - 7am 4 day shift rota. You'll be working for a global medical device and healthcare leader based in Witney, on a 6-month ongoing contract. Benefits You'll Love:Access to the Randstad flexible benefits app which includes discounts at major supermarkets, restaurants, coffee shops and cinemas.Referral programmes - earn even more when you bring a friend with you!Access to employee assistance programmes including financial advice and counselling servicesUp to 33 days holiday after 12 weeks of continuous employmentFree onsite parkingSubsidised onsite canteenYou'll gain valuable cleanroom and manufacturing experienceExcellent long term prospects and job stability Here's what you'll be doing every day: Setting up and monitoring of machines - including noticing any issues and resolving these promptly.Using the HMIs (Human-Machine Interface) to monitor key parametersCompleting a mix of written and electronic reports Producing a clear handover for next shift staff to ensure seamless changesSuccessfully transferring materials to and from the cleanroomPerforming other routine activities according to the organisation's established proceduresActing as a role model and working positively and effectively with fellow team members, cross-functional groups and managers, ensuring that all communications, interpersonal interactions and business behaviours are consistent with the core values and the code of conduct of the company. Who we're looking for:Experience in a production or manufacturing role is preferred but not essentialBasic IT skillsTo have completed GCSEs or equivalentBe a great communicatorTeam player with good organisational skillsBasic maths and recording abilitiesGood understanding of health and safety regulationsCleanroom experience is preferred but not essential5 years of referencing (employment or alternative activity) history will need to be obtained if you are successful in your application. Pay Rate: £11.13 with £2.39 shift premium Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.If you are interested in joining us as a Manufacturing Technician or have experience in working in a manufacturing or production environment and want to work for a renowned healthcare company, don't hesitate, apply today!Randstad Business Support is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.
    • oxford, oxfordshire
    • permanent
    • full-time
    Are you looking for a new role as an Automation Scientist? Do you want to work for a business that is growing at a rapid pace with lots of opportunity for the future? If so, this could be the role for you!The successful candidate will have a real impact on the development of our clients high-throughput automation platform. As an automation scientist you will be responsible to implement our clients cell based high-throughput screening platform. This role is offered on a full time permanent basis, with a business that also offers lots of other benefits that will make you feel truly at home whilst at work. Responsibilities: Assemble, implement and validate new automation equipment, including the development of standardised operation procedures and maintenance systems Interact with scientists across the company to develop and optimise cell culturing protocols and cell-based assay protocols on the automation platform ensuring optimal efficiency & performance Troubleshoot high-throughput automated workflows as required Write, debug, and deploy code for integrating laboratory automation devices Design, plan, and execute complex R&D experiments ensuring that deliverables are successfully met within timelines Develop and implement a system for large data-set acquisition, collation, processing, and analysis to generate high quality information for experimental inferences Document research findings clearly in an electronic lab book Along with team members, provide routine laboratory maintenance, including participating in equipment upkeep, cleaning rotas and laboratory consumables stock management Ensure that laboratory health, safety and quality procedures are followed Select, follow, and adapt experimental protocols and generate laboratory SOPs Support the preparation of laboratory risk assessments and maintenance of health and safety protocols Participate regularly in group meetings and prepare and deliver presentations to project team and internal stakeholders Qualifications: Master or PhD in Life sciences, Computing, Engineering and related fields scientist Essential Experience:Experience of developing, implementing & optimising complex protocols on liquid handling workstations, microplate dispensers and related roboticsExperience in high-throughput screening approaches using liquid handling robotics and data acquisition instrumentationA proven track record in the application of data processing and statistical methods to large data setsDesirable experience: Proven experience in high-throughput screening of either: Cell cultures, Culture media, Small molecules Other biologics or bioactive agents Experience in developing, executing and trouble-shooting high-throughput biological-based assays Understanding of state-of-the-art assays and automation technology platforms Experience of applying DoE (design of experiments) practice to multi-variable experiments Experience working with adherent mammalian cell cultures would be a bonusAbility to code in a programming language (e.g. SQL, R) would be a bonus Experience with high content imagers and related image analysis systems would be a bonusRandstad CPE values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application.Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.For the purposes of the Conduct Regulations 2003, when advertising permanent vacancies we are acting as an Employment Agency, and when advertising temporary/contract vacancies we are acting as an Employment Business.
    Are you looking for a new role as an Automation Scientist? Do you want to work for a business that is growing at a rapid pace with lots of opportunity for the future? If so, this could be the role for you!The successful candidate will have a real impact on the development of our clients high-throughput automation platform. As an automation scientist you will be responsible to implement our clients cell based high-throughput screening platform. This role is offered on a full time permanent basis, with a business that also offers lots of other benefits that will make you feel truly at home whilst at work. Responsibilities: Assemble, implement and validate new automation equipment, including the development of standardised operation procedures and maintenance systems Interact with scientists across the company to develop and optimise cell culturing protocols and cell-based assay protocols on the automation platform ensuring optimal efficiency & performance Troubleshoot high-throughput automated workflows as required Write, debug, and deploy code for integrating laboratory automation devices Design, plan, and execute complex R&D experiments ensuring that deliverables are successfully met within timelines Develop and implement a system for large data-set acquisition, collation, processing, and analysis to generate high quality information for experimental inferences Document research findings clearly in an electronic lab book Along with team members, provide routine laboratory maintenance, including participating in equipment upkeep, cleaning rotas and laboratory consumables stock management Ensure that laboratory health, safety and quality procedures are followed Select, follow, and adapt experimental protocols and generate laboratory SOPs Support the preparation of laboratory risk assessments and maintenance of health and safety protocols Participate regularly in group meetings and prepare and deliver presentations to project team and internal stakeholders Qualifications: Master or PhD in Life sciences, Computing, Engineering and related fields scientist Essential Experience:Experience of developing, implementing & optimising complex protocols on liquid handling workstations, microplate dispensers and related roboticsExperience in high-throughput screening approaches using liquid handling robotics and data acquisition instrumentationA proven track record in the application of data processing and statistical methods to large data setsDesirable experience: Proven experience in high-throughput screening of either: Cell cultures, Culture media, Small molecules Other biologics or bioactive agents Experience in developing, executing and trouble-shooting high-throughput biological-based assays Understanding of state-of-the-art assays and automation technology platforms Experience of applying DoE (design of experiments) practice to multi-variable experiments Experience working with adherent mammalian cell cultures would be a bonusAbility to code in a programming language (e.g. SQL, R) would be a bonus Experience with high content imagers and related image analysis systems would be a bonusRandstad CPE values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application.Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.For the purposes of the Conduct Regulations 2003, when advertising permanent vacancies we are acting as an Employment Agency, and when advertising temporary/contract vacancies we are acting as an Employment Business.
    • witney, oxfordshire
    • temporary
    • £11.13 per hour
    • full-time
    Can you work nights? Do you have experience in a manufacturing or production environment? Randstad is recruiting for a number of Manufacturing Technicians on behalf of a global medical device and health care leader, who are dedicated to helping people reach their full health potential. The successful candidate will be tasked with the daily responsibility of monitoring the machinery, as well as the safe transfer of materials in and out of the cleanroom.We currently have night shifts available on a 4 days on (7pm-7am), 4 days off shift basis.This is a 6 month ongoing contractLocation: WitneyBenefits:Free onsite parkingOnsite canteenOutside seating areasGain cleanroom experienceGain manufacturing experienceExcellent long term prospectsWeekly onsite Covid testing available for staff Key Responsibilities:The set-up and monitoring of machines - including noticing any issues and resolving these in a timely manner Using the HMIs (Human-Machine Interface) to monitor key parametersExcellent communication with colleagues to ensure an efficient, smoothly run operationComplete a mix of written and electronic reports To produce a clear handover for next shift staff to ensure seamless changesSuccessfully transfer materials to and from the cleanroomPerform other routine clerical activities according to the organisation's established proceduresTo act as a role model and work positively and effectively with fellow team members, cross functional groups and managers, ensuring that all communications, interpersonal interactions and business behaviours are consistent with the core values and the Code of Conduct of the company. Candidate Requirements:Experience in a production or manufacturing roleProficient IT skillsTo have completed secondary educationGreat communicator with clear handwriting for report writingTeam player with good organisational skillsBasic math and recording abilitiesSolid understanding of health and safety regulationsCleanroom experience is preferred but not essential5 years of referencing (employment or alternative activity) history will need to be obtained if you are successful in your application.Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK. If you are interested in being a Manufacturing Technician or have experience in working in a manufacturing or production environment and want to work for a renowned healthcare company, don't hesitate, apply today!Randstad Business Support is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.
    Can you work nights? Do you have experience in a manufacturing or production environment? Randstad is recruiting for a number of Manufacturing Technicians on behalf of a global medical device and health care leader, who are dedicated to helping people reach their full health potential. The successful candidate will be tasked with the daily responsibility of monitoring the machinery, as well as the safe transfer of materials in and out of the cleanroom.We currently have night shifts available on a 4 days on (7pm-7am), 4 days off shift basis.This is a 6 month ongoing contractLocation: WitneyBenefits:Free onsite parkingOnsite canteenOutside seating areasGain cleanroom experienceGain manufacturing experienceExcellent long term prospectsWeekly onsite Covid testing available for staff Key Responsibilities:The set-up and monitoring of machines - including noticing any issues and resolving these in a timely manner Using the HMIs (Human-Machine Interface) to monitor key parametersExcellent communication with colleagues to ensure an efficient, smoothly run operationComplete a mix of written and electronic reports To produce a clear handover for next shift staff to ensure seamless changesSuccessfully transfer materials to and from the cleanroomPerform other routine clerical activities according to the organisation's established proceduresTo act as a role model and work positively and effectively with fellow team members, cross functional groups and managers, ensuring that all communications, interpersonal interactions and business behaviours are consistent with the core values and the Code of Conduct of the company. Candidate Requirements:Experience in a production or manufacturing roleProficient IT skillsTo have completed secondary educationGreat communicator with clear handwriting for report writingTeam player with good organisational skillsBasic math and recording abilitiesSolid understanding of health and safety regulationsCleanroom experience is preferred but not essential5 years of referencing (employment or alternative activity) history will need to be obtained if you are successful in your application.Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK. If you are interested in being a Manufacturing Technician or have experience in working in a manufacturing or production environment and want to work for a renowned healthcare company, don't hesitate, apply today!Randstad Business Support is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.
    • witney, oxfordshire
    • temporary
    • £11.13 - £11.13, per hour, pension, benefits app
    • full-time
    Are you looking to join a company that aims to achieve sustainable growth, deliver life-changing technology and create value in communities around the world? Do you want to be a part of a business with an inherently positive social impact on helping people to live longer and better? Can you picture yourself working for an organisation that strives to pioneer new ideas, generate new solutions, develop the next generation of leaders, strengthen civic and social organizations and build partnerships to solve complex, global problems?If you have said yes to the above, we have a fantastic opportunity for you..Randstad is recruiting for Production Operatives on behalf of a global medical device and health care leader, who are dedicated to helping people reach their full health potential. Benefits:Exceptionally clean working environmentFree onsite parkingOnsite canteenOutside seating areasGain cleanroom experienceGain manufacturing experienceExcellent long term prospectsWeekly onsite Covid testing available for staffExclusive access to the Randstad Benefits App with bundles of High Street discounts, discounted gym memberships as well an Employee Assistance Programme which includes advice and support with mental health, finance etcHours of work:7pm-7amContinenental shift pattern - 4 days on 4 days offRate of pay: £11.13 per hour Key Responsibilities:The set-up and monitoring of machines - including noticing any issues and resolving these in a timely manner Using the HMIs (Human-Machine Interface) to monitor key parametersExcellent communication with colleagues to ensure an efficient, smoothly run operationComplete a mix of written and electronic reports To produce a clear handover for next shift staff to ensure seamless changesSuccessfully transfer materials to and from the cleanroomPerform other routine clerical activities according to the organisation's established proceduresTo act as a role model and work positively and effectively with fellow team members, cross functional groups and managers, ensuring that all communications, interpersonal interactions and business behaviours are consistent with the core values and the Code of Conduct of the company. Candidate Requirements:Experience in a production or manufacturing role is preferred but not essentialCleanroom experience is preferred but not essentialProficient IT skillsTo have completed secondary educationGreat communicator with clear handwriting for report writingTeam player with good organisational skillsBasic maths and recording abilitiesSolid understanding of health and safety regulations5 years of referencing (employment or alternative activity) history will need to be obtained if you are successful in your application.If you are interested or would like to hear more, click apply today!
    Are you looking to join a company that aims to achieve sustainable growth, deliver life-changing technology and create value in communities around the world? Do you want to be a part of a business with an inherently positive social impact on helping people to live longer and better? Can you picture yourself working for an organisation that strives to pioneer new ideas, generate new solutions, develop the next generation of leaders, strengthen civic and social organizations and build partnerships to solve complex, global problems?If you have said yes to the above, we have a fantastic opportunity for you..Randstad is recruiting for Production Operatives on behalf of a global medical device and health care leader, who are dedicated to helping people reach their full health potential. Benefits:Exceptionally clean working environmentFree onsite parkingOnsite canteenOutside seating areasGain cleanroom experienceGain manufacturing experienceExcellent long term prospectsWeekly onsite Covid testing available for staffExclusive access to the Randstad Benefits App with bundles of High Street discounts, discounted gym memberships as well an Employee Assistance Programme which includes advice and support with mental health, finance etcHours of work:7pm-7amContinenental shift pattern - 4 days on 4 days offRate of pay: £11.13 per hour Key Responsibilities:The set-up and monitoring of machines - including noticing any issues and resolving these in a timely manner Using the HMIs (Human-Machine Interface) to monitor key parametersExcellent communication with colleagues to ensure an efficient, smoothly run operationComplete a mix of written and electronic reports To produce a clear handover for next shift staff to ensure seamless changesSuccessfully transfer materials to and from the cleanroomPerform other routine clerical activities according to the organisation's established proceduresTo act as a role model and work positively and effectively with fellow team members, cross functional groups and managers, ensuring that all communications, interpersonal interactions and business behaviours are consistent with the core values and the Code of Conduct of the company. Candidate Requirements:Experience in a production or manufacturing role is preferred but not essentialCleanroom experience is preferred but not essentialProficient IT skillsTo have completed secondary educationGreat communicator with clear handwriting for report writingTeam player with good organisational skillsBasic maths and recording abilitiesSolid understanding of health and safety regulations5 years of referencing (employment or alternative activity) history will need to be obtained if you are successful in your application.If you are interested or would like to hear more, click apply today!

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