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Technical Operations Scientist

Job Location:

Home Based

Job Description:

We are recruiting for the temporary position of Technical Operations Scientist. The role is suitable for home working and supports the technical operations within our well-established and modern manufacturing and distribution facility based at Llanberis, Wales. The facility, based in the Snowdonia National Park, manufactures and distributes reagents used in hospitals worldwide to aid the diagnosis of medical conditions.

As a Technical Operations Scientist you will be involved in the effective resolution of product performance issues, product development and improvement activities. You will focus on obtaining, collating, and analysing technical information to accomplish complex tasks and project managing technical investigations for the site.

Key Responsibilities:

� Design, direct, organise and implement actions required to resolve allocated product troubleshooting and improvements.

� Design analytical experiments to run, either internally or in collaboration with key stakeholders, with the aim of identifying the root cause of product performance issues and optimisation of processes.

� Review, assess and, where required, perform suitable statistical analysis, on data generated as a consequence of, or in relation to, a technical investigation.

� Interpret, summarise and present results to the required standard.

� Awareness of priorities and deadlines, and to ensure work assignment and organisation to maximise efficiency according to these priorities.

� Write and circulate technical reports for all assigned investigations. Also generate reports and participate in meetings to support the relevant processes.

� Involvement in risk assessment activities as required.

� To communicate effectively with all levels of staff within and outside of the department in a timely manner in regards investigation status.

� Demonstrate a positive and professional attitude toward workplace, co-workers and company policies and procedures.

� To comply with all company Health and Safety policies and procedures. To highlight any real or potential Health and Safety issues to management in a timely manner and assist in actioning their decisions.

� To comply at all times with the relevant Quality and Environmental Standards.

What do I need to qualify for this role?

� A scientific degree.

� A proven scientific background ideally gained in a laboratory or R&D environment.

� Strong trouble shooting and analytical skills.

� Adept at running good scientific investigations.

� Experience of designing experiments.

� Knowledge of immunoassay data - desirable.

� Experience of working in a regulated industry - desirable.

� GMP experience - desirable.

The successful candidates will be adept at report writing and confident presenting findings to internal and external parties, at all levels, as well as to non-technical stakeholders. You will be organised, ideally with some project management /coordination experience and have excellent communications skills.

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Please apply with your CV to: Paige Anne Woods