We’re Hiring Production Operators

Earn up to £28,844 as a fully trained Manufacturer.

Starting Salary £22,844 a year.

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About the role

Full time – 37.5 hours per week. Shifts rotate weekly between 6am to 2pm and 12pm to 8pm.

We are dedicated to progressing our staff, which is why we will invest in you, this may mean that you may be asked to attend study days and courses as are deemed necessary for the development of the team and yourself.

Future development possibilities could include; Pharmaceutical Support manufacturer, Pharmaceutical Manufacturer and then onto Pharmaceutical Production Releaser and Supervisory roles.

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Looking for a career with meaning?

At Bath ASU, we produce over 2000 sterile pharmaceutical products daily.

These go to patients who are fighting cancer, living with chronic disease or in desperate need of pain relief. Every member of our team has an integral part to play in helping to produce these important, life-changing medicines.

Our Pharmaceutical Production Operator (PPOs) are diligent and accurate manufacturing professionals. They are the beating heart of the organisations operation, and we hope you’re interested in applying.

No prior experience needed

We are looking for someone that is passionate about making a difference to patient lives.

Dedicated to improving company processes, has a drive to be an expert in what they do, wants to be part of our fantastic company community and is as committed to their career training and progression as we are.

Do you have the qualities that we are looking for? If so you could join our friendly and dynamic team.

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Full training provided

You will be responsible for (but not exclusive) to:

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Benefits

Starting Salary £22,844 a year, plus:

Earn up to £28,844 a year, as a fully trained Manufacturer.

Hear From the Team

We are dedicated to progressing our staff, which is why we will invest in you, this may mean that you may be asked to attend study days and courses as are deemed necessary for the development of the team and yourself.

Future development possibilities could include; Pharmaceutical Support manufacturer, Pharmaceutical Manufacturer and then onto Pharmaceutical Production Releaser and Supervisory roles.

Meet the staff

Peter Allen, General Manager, Bath ASU

 

We sat down with Peter Allen to talk about his career, why he joined Bath ASU as the General Manager, and the projects he’s most excited about.

Nicholas Eggleton, Quality Assurance Lead, Bath ASU

 

We sat down with Nicholas Eggleton to talk to him about his career at Bath ASU, from an Apprentice to Quality Assurance Lead.

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Pharmaxo is an equal opportunity employer. We value diversity in all of its forms and we hire the best person for each role, no matter your personal background.