Vacancy Ref: 1025

We are excited to announce that as a result the continued success of our teams nationally, we are currently expanding our team in Halesowen and are looking to recruit a Trainee Laboratory Analyst.

Due to our growing national client portfolio of Partners, Bradley Environmental Consultants are looking for enthusiastic and loyal individuals to join our Technical Team.

If you are interested in a rewarding career working for a highly respected, successful and established nationwide company, with over 30 years’ trading experience, this is a great opportunity for you!

Roles and Responsibilities

The successful candidate will be taught to identify asbestos in samples of building material within our busy UKAS accredited laboratory. The work is safe and requires patience, concentration and the use of a microscope. Full training will be given leading to a nationally recognised qualification. This role also requires a commitment to study in order to understand the legislative and quality requirements to pass a written exam, as well as gaining laboratory skills needed to pass a practical exam.

Person Specification

The successful candidate must also possess the following:

  • 5 GCSEs including Maths and English
  • Have demonstrable administrative experience
  • Be looking for a long term career with the company (candidates looking for temporary work and previous applicants need not apply)
  • Good eyesight with or without glasses and good colour vision is required
  • A laboratory or scientific background and experience of using a microscope would be an advantage but not essential
  • The candidate must be computer literate with Microsoft Word and Excel experience and be able to adapt to specific online systems
  • The candidate must possess a good attention to detail, be organised and be able to interpret technical data

What We Can Offer You

The hours of work are 20 per week Monday to Friday on afternoon shiift 1.00pm - 5.00pm

Competitive training level salary of £10,712.00 rising to £11,024.00 per annum when qualified and authorised. Training usually takes from 3-6 months.

Further increments will be rewarded in line with development. In addition, the benefits include company paid healthcare (long service award applies), company pension into which the company contribute 3% of qualifying earnings, 22 days’ holiday pro rata (long service award applies) plus 8 statutory bank holidays and contractual sick pay.

 

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