Trainee Service Area Technician
We would like to meet people interested in becoming Service Area Technicians who wish to work in a state of the art facility providing services to the rodent facility’s four diverse scientific environments using the latest and most advanced techniques.
The post involves processing of soiled animal cages via the use of robotic automated machinery, maintenance of automated machinery, some manual cage processing, moving goods across four biological barriers, cleaning duties, ensuring QA processes are carried out, and other tasks relating to services within the facility.
Starting salary is up to £17,611 per annum plus a £2,000 allowance depending on experience.
Full details of the position can be found here.
On applying please quote reference TST-BSU-LM.
Closing date for completed applications is Wednesday 30th August 2017.
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The Babraham Institute receives strategic funding from the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council and is an Equal Opportunities Employer.
As you will see, the person specification states the minimum knowledge, experience and skills required by the Institute to enable the person to do this job. When you are completing the application form you should remember that it will be used in assessing who should be shortlisted and invited for an interview. Please refer to the person specification and state your reasons for applying for the post, relating your knowledge, experience and skills gained either through work or voluntary activities, to the requirements of the job. If you wish to attach a c.v. or supplementary information please feel free to do so. To ensure no conflict of interest may arise, please indicate on your completed application whether or not you are related to any current member of Institute staff.
The Babraham Institute aims to promote equality of opportunity for all with the right mix of talent, skills and potential. The Babraham Institute welcomes applications from diverse candidates. Criminal records will be taken into account for recruitment purposes only when the conviction is relevant. Unless the nature of the work demands it, you will not be asked to disclose convictions which are 'spent' under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974. Having an 'unspent' conviction will not necessarily bar you from employment. This will depend on the circumstances and background to your offence(s).
However, all vacancies within our Nursery are exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 because the positions entail working with children.
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