Laboratory Technologist opportunityat Birds EyeIn Lowestoft we only produce for the Birds Eye brand whichproduces fresh food frozen. Recognised by the nation, millions ofpeople eat our products on a daily basis. Birds Eye continues touse the best quality ingredients, locking in nutrients through thefreezing process in order to keep food at its peak.Birds EyeSome weekend workingSalary £20,000 £25,000 per annumThe roleThe central laboratory specializes in the microbiological, sensory and chemical analysis offood products including the monitoring of food production practicesThe job holder will be responsible for providing a comprehensive technical and analyticallaboratory support service across the Company with a primary focus on microbiologybut working within team role supporting other areas where required. They will interpretinformation and provide sound recommendations, which will be followed closely toconclusion. Key accountabilities will include:Customer & Sample coordination, collection, preparation and analysis(ISO 17025 accredited methods).Recording of results on electronic systems. Organization of and participation in Quality/Accreditation Schemes including themaintenance of laboratory systems and procedures including calibration and auditingPerson. Preferable to have a science of food science based degree, HND or relevant experiencein a food analytical laboratory Microbiological knowledge being lead skill.Essential to be IT literate preferably in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook..Team player who is prepared to undertake all tasks as required and takes accountabilityfor their effective deliveryPlease apply by email toReception.Assistant@birdseye.co.uk or in writing toLowestoft HR Department, Birds Eye Ltd, Whapload Road,Lowestoft, Suffolk NR32 1XQPlease send your CV and a one page covering letterexplaining why you feel you are suitable for the roleClosing date: Sunday 4th February 2018

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Laboratory Technologist opportunity at Birds Eye In Lowestoft we only produce for the Birds Eye brand which produces fresh food frozen. Recognised by the nation, millions of people eat our products on a daily basis. Birds Eye continues to use the best quality ingredients, locking in nutrients through the freezing process in order to keep food at its peak. Birds Eye Some weekend working Salary £20,000 £25,000 per annum The role The central laboratory specializes in the microbiological, sensory and chemical analysis of food products including the monitoring of food production practices The job holder will be responsible for providing a comprehensive technical and analytical laboratory support service across the Company with a primary focus on microbiology but working within team role supporting other areas where required. They will interpret information and provide sound recommendations, which will be followed closely to conclusion. Key accountabilities will include: Customer & Sample coordination, collection, preparation and analysis (ISO 17025 accredited methods) .Recording of results on electronic systems . Organization of and participation in Quality/Accreditation Schemes including the maintenance of laboratory systems and procedures including calibration and auditing Person . Preferable to have a science of food science based degree, HND or relevant experience in a food analytical laboratory Microbiological knowledge being lead skill .Essential to be IT literate preferably in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook. .Team player who is prepared to undertake all tasks as required and takes accountability for their effective delivery Please apply by email to Reception.Assistant@birdseye.co.uk or in writing to Lowestoft HR Department, Birds Eye Ltd, Whapload Road, Lowestoft, Suffolk NR32 1XQ Please send your CV and a one page covering letter explaining why you feel you are suitable for the role Closing date: Sunday 4th February 2018