Site Service Technician
Grade – 31
Post Ref – OPS/0133
Salary – £25,262 – £31,579
Fujifilm Diosynth Biotechnologies based in Billingham, Stockton-on-Tees specialise in developing manufacturing processes for customers biologic drugs and offering stability studies to support customer drug substance and drug products.
With plants in Billingham, UK, North Carolina, USA and Texas USA our global vision is to be the leading and most trusted global Contract Development and Manufacturing Organisation partner in the biopharmaceutical industry.
As we continue on a period of significant growth we have an opportunity for a Site Service Technician.
Manufacturing at Billingham takes place within three state-of-the-art biologics facilities and encompasses both clinical and commercial materials. The highly flexible manufacturing organisation is responsible for technology transfer and batch execution of complex multi-stage processes, operated within highly controlled environments. Our vision is to create the best manufacturing organisation in the global biotechnology industry here at Billingham.
The role is responsible for operating and monitoring FDBK utilities including clean GMP systems, at all times maintaining a high level of system availability. The ability to perform basic routine maintenance of these systems is also essential. A substantial part of the role will be working days in a team but there will be periods when 24/7 shift cover will be required, therefore self-management skills are needed.
Key Responsibilities: detailed on the Job Description
We offer a generous benefits package including;
- Competitive salary plus company bonus scheme
- Up to 35 days of holiday, plus bank holidays.
- Salary Sacrifice scheme offering childcare vouchers, bikes, dental etc.
- Free parking.
- Generous pension scheme.
Interested applicants must complete an application form and send to the HR & OD Team no later than 12noon on the 19th October 2018.
If we have not contacted you within four weeks of the closing date, please assume that you have not been shortlisted on this occasion.