Cleanroom Process Technician Job In Cambridge, Polytec Personnel Ltd

Published 2022-06-28
Expires 2022-07-28
ID #1064457150
31000 £
Cleanroom Process Technician Job In Cambridge, Polytec Personnel Ltd
United Kingdom, Cambridgeshire, Cambridge,
Published June 28, 2022

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Cleanroom process technician
Min. Salary: 27000.00

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Location: Cambridge (CB2)
Duration: Permanent
Hours: 8am until 4pm (Monday to Friday)
Salary: £27,000 to £31,000
Job Reference: 34195

Polytec are looking for a Cleanroom Process Technician for our Cambridge based client.


* Close control over the handling and use of processing equipment
* Assist with all higher risk activities, such as modifications to the gas handling system and resupply (particularly important when the hazard presented is acute)
* Assist with building operations, including close monitoring of temperature, water supply, solar energy generation and AV facilities
* Storing and cataloguing of equipment (PCs, Laptops, desks and chairs)
* Process graphene and related materials using various clean room-based equipment
* Update web pages with available facilities, including brief descriptions and pictures
* Maintain and update database of all purchases to ensure easy accounting and traceability


* At least HNC / Degree level qualification or gained experience and specialist knowledge
* Experience in handling chemicals, and clean room processing equipment
* Excellent communication skills
* Experience in providing training to groups on a one to one basis
* Ability to work to instructions and take ownership of a job
* Good problem solving capabilities
* A keen interest in Engineering
* Manual dexterity and eye to hand co-ordination is essential
* Experience in solution processing and printing

Please contact us as soon as possible for more details or apply below!

We will respond to successful applicants within a couple of days

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    Polytec Personnel Ltd
    Registered on October 7, 2017


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