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Technician (AE1551)

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PA-16122

location
Wiltshire - United Kingdom

company
Arthur Edward

Salary: £18,500

Are you a Chemistry or Cosmetic Science grad looking to start your career in the lab, or a lab technician looking for a new opportunity with potential for progression?

Do you have a love for all things cosmetics and personal care?

Joining this fast-paced development and manufacturing business you will be assisting with the formulation and development of a wide range of hair care, colour cosmetics, skincare and body care products.

We are looking for an enthusiastic individual, with a proactive can-do attitude, who is able to multitask and prioritise.

Previous experience in clean rooms, laboratories or manufacturing would be a plus, but training will be provided.

This is an exciting role with a lot of potential for growth and development and a brilliant opportunity to work for a great company!

CONTACT :

To apply for this role please contact Arthur Edward.

E-mail your CV quoting the job title and AE number to ae@arthuredward.co.uk

Call our offices - Covent Garden 020 7866 8136, Ruscombe 01183 778 393
Heidi Bannister 07747 792 272 heidib@arthuredward.co.uk
Ana Filipa Calado 07792 958 152 anafilipac@arthuredward.co.uk
Joseph Bannister 07546 435 243 joeb@arthuredward.co.uk


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