Our client, are a well-established environmental and asbestos consultancy providing a variety of asbestos solutions for clients nationwide. Due to continuing success they are now looking to recruit an experienced Asbestos Lab Analyst to join their busy laboratory/office in Central Scotland. Applications from Motherwell, Hamilton, South Lanarkshire and Glasgow will be considered.
Qualifications and experience:
Must possess the P401 asbestos certificate.
Experience working in a laboratory environment within the asbestos industry.
Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal.
Good attention to detail.
Booking in and preparing the samples received for analysis.
Carry out analysis of bulk samples to determine the asbestos content.
Producing certificates of analysis.
Getting involved with any other laboratory duties as required.
In return, this company is offering the successful candidate an excellent salary along with many other benefits.
Future Select are the leading market supplier for recruitment in the Asbestos industry, we work with the best clients and candidates and supply the majority of permanent jobs in the asbestos market. We have a large dedicated team, with over 25 years combined industry experience within Asbestos recruitment specifically geared to dealing with Asbestos Surveyors/Analysts/Lab Technicians, Administrators, Project/Regional /Technical/Quality/Training/Sales Managers through to Director Levels for both Consultancy & Removal. We have intrinsic knowledge of the market place, as well as respecting candidates/clients confidentiality in this close knit market sector.
We are also interested in anyone with p401/p402/p403/p404/p404 or s301 CCP.
We are inundated with applications, we will endeavour to get back in touch, however if you have applied to Future Select and you have not heard from us after a week, on this occasion, you will not have been successful. Your details will be saved on our system and you will be contacted in the future if a vacancy matches your skills.
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