Jaytee Biosciences currently have the following UK based positions, itemised below.

If you feel your skills are appropriate for other areas of our business then we would very much like to hear from you.
–PLEASE BE AWARE THAT WE DO NOT USE RECRUITMENT AGENCIES–
Title Reference Materials Technician
Location Herne Bay, Kent
Job Information

Reports to: Principle Scientist (CRM)

Principle Duties/Responsibilities:

  • Preparation, testing and release of reference materials
  • Assist in the smooth running of the UKAS accredited laboratories
  • Maintaining qualification status of laboratory equipment
  • Assist management with audits / inspection by customers and accreditation bodies.

Key areas of focus:

  • Maintaining stocks of reference materials for use by the field service team
  • Development of new reference materials to expand the company’s service and calibration capabilities

Qualifications/Competencies:

  • Good laboratories skills
  • Practical knowledge of analytical techniques such as UV/Vis spectroscopy, HPLC, GC and MS
  • Knowledge of laboratory quality systems such as GMP / GLP & UKAS
  • IT literate
  • Literate and numerate
  • NVQ level 3 or higher in chemistry of physical sciences

 

Please apply in writing by email to jobs@jaytee.com, including a detailed CV, or apply via the “Apply Now” button below.

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Title Field Service Engineer
Location Midlands & Surrounding Areas (UK)
Job Information

Are you an established service engineer and want to join an expanding company, that is well established for over 35 years in servicing chromatography Multi-Vendor instrumentation?

Want to get involved in supporting services by providing repairs, maintenance and compliance support to chromatography instrumentation throughout the UK?

Want to be part of an experienced team that provide consistent and reliable support to analytical instruments within a regulated pharmaceutical environment.
Then apply for this role. Jaytee Biosciences is a well-established independent service company providing support services for laboratory equipment across a wide range of industries.

We looking for suitable candidates with experience to provide a specialist support service on Liquid and Gas Chromatography, Mass Spectroscopy and other analytical instrumentation, to join our team and to have the opportunity to work for a well-known company name in the industry. The role requires a field service engineer to cover the Midlands of England, occasionally other areas within the UK should a need arise as a business requirement.

Interested candidates must have experience on troubleshooting, maintenance and operational/performance qualifications of chromatography instruments from a range of manufacturers such as Agilent, Waters, Jasco, Shimadzu, PerkinElmer and Thermo.

Suitable candidates must have worked in GxP environments, be familiar with industry best practice to ensure valid analytical results at all times and be compliant with procedures to mitigate all regulatory risks of non-conformance. Previous experience of working in regulated Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) / Good Laboratory Practice environments would be beneficial, as would any experience gained in supporting laboratoryinstrumentation.

Key responsibilities, abilities and duties will include and is not limited to the following:
1. Installation, repairs, validation qualifications and redeployment of instrumentation within analytical laboratories in accordance with the approved procedures carried out in a timely, efficient manner reflecting accurately the work completed.

2. Provide a high quality service and support to our customers, engage and maintain a
solid relationship with our customers and keeping up with their expectations. Customer oriented with excellent verbal and written communication skills.

3. Have the ability to identify issues, diagnose faults, provide relevant solutions, work independently, take initiative and prioritise work.

4. Must wear provided uniform at all times. Must take reasonable care for the health and safety of themselves and of other persons who could be affected by their acts or omissions. Must wear Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), in accordance with the safe working procedures, at all times. Must be able to work with hazardous material and solvents, some of which may have unpleasant odours.

5. Must be able to manage boot stock to ensure satisfactory levels of parts at all times.

6. Must be able to carry out all aspects of the role safely and in compliance with Work Instructional procedures and codes of practise.

7. Must maintain a good standard of housekeeping throughout their areas of work.

8. Must ensure that work equipment is only used for its intended purpose and that they have been trained to use it. Must not interfere with any equipment provided for their safety.

9. Must undertake training and refresher training as and when required.

You will have had extensive troubleshooting on instrumentation from your previous roles in a laboratory environment and be keen to expand your knowledge to progress as a field service engineer with a professional development plan that is continuously reviewed throughout the years.

Degree/HND/HNC level or equivalent in Analytical Sciences or Electrical/Electronic
Engineering is preferred.

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Title Site-based Engineer
Location Wirral (Northwest of England)
Job Information

Are you a laboratory analyst with a few years’ experience? Used to working in a regulated environment?

Interested in progressing your career into a technical support role? Then this could be the opportunity for you.

Jaytee Biosciences is a well-established independent service company providing support services for laboratory equipment across a wide range of industries. In the role of an Engineer, you would be part of an experienced on-site team permanently based at our customer site in Moreton, Wirral (close to Liverpool), providing consistent and reliable support for a range of analytical instruments within a regulated pharmaceutical development environment.

We are looking for a candidate who is technically competent, customer-focused, has some relevant laboratory experience, and an interest in developing as an engineer. Our client is a well-known pharmaceutical company, and the successful candidate will join our on-site team, based at our client’s Moreton site. Initially, your primary role would be Performance Verification testing of Liquid Chromatography and Dissolution-related systems, supported by our existing team of experienced engineers. Over time, the role is expected to develop to include relevant instrument servicing, repairs and installation, and the scope of instruments covered is expected to expand. Other instruments and techniques supported by Jaytee Biosciences include Gas Chromatography, UV-Visible spectroscopy, Karl Fischer and general autotitrators, pipettes, and various physical testing instruments. Full training will be provided. Previous experience of working in regulated Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) environment would be beneficial, as would any experience gained in supporting chromatography instrumentation.

However, such experience is not essential, as full training will be given. Candidates should be able to: follow written procedures; have good attention to detail; be able to report results clearly and accurately; work to set deadlines; work well individually and as part of a team; and have good communication skills. Reliable, dependable with a high dimension of personal integrity

Key responsibilities include but not limited to:

  • Administrative duties in support of the Jaytee maintenance and vendor compliance programme
  • Maintain equipment logs and data review of Jaytee/external vendor documentation packages
  • Document control and review with technical writing and revisions of Standard Operating
  • Procedures / Work Instructions
  • Protect the brand and reputation of the company and client
  • Must take reasonable care for the health and safety of themselves and of other persons who could be affected by their acts or omissions.
  • Must always wear Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) in accordance with the safe codes of practice or as stipulated in Risk Assessments.
  • Must be able to work with hazardous material and solvents, some of which may have unpleasant odours. Must maintain a good standard of housekeeping throughout their areas of work.
  • Must undertake Health and Safety training including refresher training as and when required.
  • Must ensure that work equipment is only used for its intended purpose and that they have been trained to use it.
  • Must not interfere with any equipment provided for their safety.

Degree/HND/HNC level or equivalent in Analytical Sciences or Electrical/Electronic Engineering is preferred.

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