Global Analytical SupervisorReference 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.
- 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
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 – email@example.com by no later than Friday 31st March 2017 at 2pm