Lab Technician

We are looking for the next addition to our Technical Department to coordinate and execute developmental, application and operational testing.

Our innovative products are used all over the world within construction, transport and aerospace sectors. We have decades of experience and technical expertise within bonding, sealants and adhesives industries.

The role…

Product development – execute key design projects on new products or existing products.

Provide technical support – conduct application testing and report results to support the sales process.

Provide operational support – manufacture and test small batch ingredients for mainstream production.

Quality Control testing – where required conduct certain quality control tests to confirm operational processes.

Maintain an operational lab – maintain, repair and assist with the calibration of all lab equipment and ensure lab consumables are adequately stocked.


The skills you will bring…

Previous laboratory experience.

Mechanical testing and analytical testing experience is desirable.

Ability to manage own time well and work independently in a methodical and accurate manner.

Ensure quality is maintained and work is completed to meet daily deadlines.

Good level of IT literacy as you will be working with manufacturing software systems.

Minimum of three A-levels or equivalent (Science is preferred).

A degree in Chemistry or related science field is desirable.


What we offer…

We are committed to the on-going development of each individual to achieve their career goals by providing support, mentoring and structured training.

A friendly working environment, smart dress code and professional standards.

Pension, company sick pay, and free eye tests.

Free ‘deli’ style lunch.

Competitive salary – dependent on current skills and experience: £20,000.00 to £25,000.00 / year


If you would like to apply for this position please send a cover letter telling us why you are interested in the role along with your up-to-date CV to: by the 23rd January 2019.

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