Graduate Process Technician

Graduate Process Technician

Job Title: Graduate Process Technician
Contract Type: Immediate Start Graduate Role
Location: Birmingham, West Midlands
Salary: £25000 - £28000 per annum
Reference: BBBH3237_1608672992
Contact Name: Mark Newland
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Job Published: December 22, 2020 21:36

Job Description

Graduate Process Technician

Job Location: Birmingham, West Midlands
Job Salary: £25-28k
Job Details: Full time, permanent role, 8:30am-4:30pm working hours
Job Benefits: 25 days holiday, training, company pension, progression opportunities and a supportive and welcoming working environment

We are currently working with a leading supplier of packaging solutions in Birmingham, who are looking for a Chemistry or Chemical Engineering or related graduate to join their team in a new and exciting Process Technician job.

Our client is committed to bringing graduate level talent into their company and offering training and mentorship throughout. You do not need to have had relevant experience in industry, but just a keen work ethic and an aptitude to learn through training.

You will be involved with providing technical support to the operation department to product a quality product in a cost effective, safe and efficient way.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Taking and recording water and effluent daily meter readings
  • Maintaining, calibrating and operating the effluent sampler
  • Inspection of instrumentation and liaising with contract cleaners
  • Writing reports on sampling outcomes
  • Organising and managing the sampling regime
  • Assisting with data analysis where required
  • Maintaining databases and carry out reporting and compliance duties

Job Requirements

  • A 2:1 or above in a Chemical Engineering or Chemistry related subject
  • Great attention to detail and organisation skills
  • Strong interpersonal skills to liaise with different departments
  • A technical mind with the ability to analyst problems and find solutions
  • Previous experience in a Technical Engineering role is desirable but not essential