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Junior QC Lab Technician (AE1238)


Hampshire - United Kingdom

Arthur Edward

Salary: £18,500

Do you have a Chemistry background with experience working within a GLP and GMP environment?

Do you have practical experience in basic chemistry techniques?

Joining a well-established beauty and toiletries manufacturer, you will assist 
in the quality control testing function for a variety of raw materials, bulk and finished products.

With your conscientious nature, you will conduct physical and basic chemical quality testing in compliance with SOP and Laboratory Methods.

You are a critical thinking, organised and adaptable individual, with great attention to detail.

You will assist in the control and maintenance of all laboratory raw material, bulk and reference standards and ensure that all samples tested are controlled and retained in accordance to SOP.

You will be responsible for downloading the data from the fridge and incubator temperature logger daily and review for anomalies. You will also undertake regular routine calibration of laboratory equipment and instruments.

If you identify with this role, then apply today!


To apply for this role please contact Arthur Edward.

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