Working at SATRA
A career at SATRA offers the opportunity to learn new things, to truly work as part of a team, and to enhance the consumer experience through applying our values to everything that we do. SATRA is recognised throughout the world for providing technical knowledge and expertise for numerous products industries.
We believe in equality and diversity and strive to be the best we can be as an employer through our commitment to recognising the individual strengths of all our employees and supporting them to reach their full potential.
We encourage ambition, passion and drive, alongside the ability to follow procedures and see a job through to the end. If you are someone who is able to go back to first principles in order to solve a problem then there is an opportunity waiting for you at SATRA.
At SATRA we appreciate the importance of both new and existing talent and how important it is for the future growth of our company. To support this we offer formal programmes (Graduate Training Scheme; Industrial Placement Scheme; Engineering Apprentice Programme) as well as further studies and development programmes for our existing employees. We invest in our employees and encourage them to grow and develop with us.
Our employees make SATRA what it is today and we are proud to recognise their value and contribution to the success of the business.
Staff benefits include 25 – 30 days (service related) annual leave; life assurance; a group personal pension plan; income protection; private medical insurance; free parking; flexible working hours; and subsidised dining facilities.
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Chemistry Shift Lead - Lates
Would you like to become a part of our fantastic team?
Job Ref: 55/21
Working hours: 37.5 a week, 11am to 7pm.
We have a vacancy for a Late Shift Lead to work in our Chemical and Analytical Technology Department.
Reporting to the Laboratory Team Leader, the main responsibilities for the successful applicant will be to work alongside the early shift team leader to complete and manage the permeation and degradation testing schedules, to check laboratory results and to ensure that all necessary information about the testing is recorded. Previous laboratory experience is desirable although full training will be provided
Candidates must have GCSE or equivalent in English, Maths and at least one science subject at Grade C or above and be familiar with MS Word and Excel. The successful candidate will be expected to work to deadlines, to produce accurate, detailed results, to communicate effectively and also be able to work independently and as part of the laboratory team.
Flexibility, tenacity and a ‘can-do attitude’ are key requisites of the role. Candidates should be able and willing to work their contracted hours between the hours of 7am and 7pm if required, however the normal working hours for the position will be Monday to Friday from 11 am until 7 pm. A 10% shift allowance will be paid in addition to the salary.
£19,608 - £20,847* per annum DOE
Closing date for receipt of applications is Thursday 5th August 2021.
No media or agency enquiries please.