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    Global Analytical Supervisor

    Reference No.: Anlysupsr1
    Location: Harlow, United Kingdom (Europe)


    Function: Global Analytical Supervisor

    Superior Function: Central Analytical Manager (James Wedgbrow)

    Purpose of the Job:

    Coordinates technical work programs associated with multiple projects with responsibility for project management and delivery of technical objectives. Leads complex technical R&D projects. Has a detailed understanding in specific related technical areas and is able to both apply this knowledge effectively and bring new thinking to the organisation in these areas. Works closely with a team of technical staff and is expected to have contact with various colleagues internally and also have appropriate external contacts. Able to deputise for Analytical Manager in their absence.

    Main Accountabilities:

    - Pro-actively identify, report on and improve safety related issues in the local laboratory area using available tools and systems.

    - Work with customers to solve technical problems related to chemistry, processing and applications of Companies’ products.

    - Plan and execute analytical project work to develop application and knowledge.

    - Liaise with internal and external contacts as necessary to track and communicate service activity status.

    - Develop and maintain awareness in relevant technical fields.

    - Provide expert technical support to operations, R&D, sales, quality and regulatory as required.

    - Ensure that maintenance and calibration for all equipment is of a high standard.

    - To be responsible for the development of new analytical methods

    - Develop and grow junior staff by transferring knowledge and skills as appropriate.

    - Book in and allocate work, weekly, as required and needed within the team organisation

    - Helps facilitate the harmonisation and improvement plan of Global Analytical Manager


    - Quality: Ensure that all requirements of Synthomer’s Quality Policies are met.

    -SHE: Carry out work in accordance with the Company’s Safety and QM System.

    - SHE Management System

    - Environmental policies

    - Finance and Credit Policies

    - Personnel Policies

    - Code of Conduct

    -Company Confidentiality

    Education: Relevant technical degree (or equivalent, PhD preferred) Graduate or 5+ years relevant experience 37.5

    Hours per week - Mon - Fri 9am to 5pm

    To apply please send an up to date CV and why you wish to apply for this role to the UKHR inbox – ukhr@synthomer.com by no later than Friday 31st March 2017 at 2pm


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