IntaPeople

IntaPeople Port Talbot, UK
21/09/2018
Full time
A leading manufacturer in Port Talbot are looking for a CNC Machinist. You will be an active member of a production team that achieve a high standard of quality and ensure that all clients' expectations are met. Key tasks and responsibilities: Set, prove & fully machine parts as required from programmes supplied Edit programs to suit material conditions 1st off & in-process inspection ensuring quality of parts is to the standard required Setting machine parameters to specific parameters Program components on machine using drawings/information provided Ensure on-time delivery of machined parts Skills/Qualifications/Experience Qualified as a CNC Machinist Experience with turning/milling machines Experience within a Mechanical Engineering environment Ability to work accurately and efficiently Ability to read and understand technical drawings and work to tight tolerances Work with minimum supervision By submitting your job application, you are giving IntaPeople consent to store and process your personal data in line with our privacy policy (which can be found on our website). Your personal data will be processed for this job and any future relevant jobs we match with your skill set (please note - your details will never be submitted to a client without your explicit consent). The services advertised by IntaPeople are those of an Employment Agency and an Employment Business.
IntaPeople Leicestershire, UK
20/09/2018
This is a rare opportunity for a Qualified Person to join an ambitious and talented team at a new manufacturing site. The company can offer a generous package including 20% bonus, flexible working hours and remote working. This is a cross functional role and the successful candidate will have commercial awareness and a pragmatic approach along with a genuine "hands-on" style. This is how you would spend your time: • Perform batch disposition duties that require a Qualified Person as required under EC Directive 2001/83 Article 51 in relation to imported comparator medicinal products. • QP batch disposition duties for Investigational Medicinal Products (IMPs) for clinical trials as required by EC Directive 2001/20/EC (Article 13.3). • Self-inspection activities covering the Quality Management System, in conjunction with the Responsible Person. • Assist in the performance of GMP / GDP audits of suppliers and associated follow up activities, including auditing in UK, Europe and occasionally in third countries. • Document review and establishing Specifications and Product Specification Files. • Attend regulatory authority inspections and customer audits as required. If you have the following skills we would be excited to talk to you: • Experience in the manufacturing and supply of investigational medicinal products, preferably with some knowledge of comparator supply. • Knowledge of the investigational material product supply chain. • In depth knowledge of the EU and UK regulations relating to the manufacture and supply of investigational medicinal products. • In depth knowledge of the set up and maintenance of a Quality Management System with the Pharmaceutical industry. • Experience of working with the Medicines and Healthcare Regulatory Agency (MHRA) inspectorate. • Ability to work independently and communicate with individuals at all levels within the organization. • Network with client organisations and professional associations to recognise best practices and the ability to implement best practice. • Capable of developing and delivering GMP / GDP training sessions. • Strong IT literacy including Microsoft Office By submitting your job application, you are giving IntaPeople consent to store and process your personal data in line with our privacy policy (which can be found on our website). Your personal data will be processed for this job and any future relevant jobs we match with your skill set (please note - your details will never be submitted to a client without your explicit consent). The services advertised by IntaPeople are those of an Employment Agency and an Employment Business.
IntaPeople London, UK
20/09/2018
Full time
If you're a fan of Music, love Electronics and are currently an Engineer working in London please read on .. We're looking for an experienced engineer with a passion for Audio to join a industry leading Research and Development team. You'll get the opportunity to work on projects that include electronics hardware design in both the digital and analogue domains. Working as part of a small Engineering team you'll be involved throughout the development cycle and must be able to evaluate new technologies, develop new products and optimise existing projects. The team are very creative and energetic and are logical thinkers who have a thorough engineering approach and strong design and bug fixing abilities. Your responsibility will be to develop electronics for state of the art consumer audio products and we're asking for at least 2/3years industry experience within a similar environment. Knowledge and Skills: *Strong electronic design skills in several of the following areas: audio circuitry, power supply, high speed digital, interfacing, microprocessors *Excellent design, debugging and problem-solving abilities *Familiarity with driving a range of test equipment: oscilloscopes, logic analysers, audio analysers and spectrum analysers *PCB prototyping/rework capabilities from thru-hole to 0402 *Good team working and communication skills both written and verbal Role Overview: *Electronics Engineer *£35,000-£50,000 starting salary *Amazing Benefits *Central London location *Industry leading business with roots worldwide For an initial call back please call Dafny Bento or please apply to have your application reviewed ASAP. By submitting your job application, you are giving IntaPeople consent to store and process your personal data in line with our privacy policy (which can be found on our website). Your personal data will be processed for this job and any future relevant jobs we match with your skill set (please note - your details will never be submitted to a client without your explicit consent). The services advertised by IntaPeople are those of an Employment Agency and an Employment Business.
IntaPeople Leicestershire, UK
20/09/2018
Full time
This is a rare opportunity for a Qualified Person to join an ambitious and talented team at a new manufacturing site. The company can offer a generous package including 20% bonus, flexible working hours and remote working. This is a cross functional role and the successful candidate will have commercial awareness and a pragmatic approach along with a genuine "hands-on" style. This is how you would spend your time: Perform batch disposition duties that require a Qualified Person as required under EC Directive 2001/83 Article 51 in relation to imported comparator medicinal products. QP batch disposition duties for Investigational Medicinal Products (IMPs) for clinical trials as required by EC Directive 2001/20/EC (Article 13.3). Self-inspection activities covering the Quality Management System, in conjunction with the Responsible Person. Assist in the performance of GMP/GDP audits of suppliers and associated follow up activities, including auditing in UK, Europe and occasionally in third countries. Document review and establishing Specifications and Product Specification Files. Attend regulatory authority inspections and customer audits as required. If you have the following skills we would be excited to talk to you: Experience in the manufacturing and supply of investigational medicinal products, preferably with some knowledge of comparator supply. Knowledge of the investigational material product supply chain. In depth knowledge of the EU and UK regulations relating to the manufacture and supply of investigational medicinal products. In depth knowledge of the set up and maintenance of a Quality Management System with the Pharmaceutical industry. Experience of working with the Medicines and Healthcare Regulatory Agency (MHRA) inspectorate. Ability to work independently and communicate with individuals at all levels within the organization. Network with client organisations and professional associations to recognise best practices and the ability to implement best practice. Capable of developing and delivering GMP/GDP training sessions. Strong IT literacy including Microsoft Office By submitting your job application, you are giving IntaPeople consent to store and process your personal data in line with our privacy policy (which can be found on our website). Your personal data will be processed for this job and any future relevant jobs we match with your skill set (please note - your details will never be submitted to a client without your explicit consent). The services advertised by IntaPeople are those of an Employment Agency and an Employment Business.
IntaPeople Newport, UK
20/09/2018
Full time
IntaPeople are currently recruiting for our South Wales based client who are seeking a Facilities Assistant to join their established and growing in house team. If you would like to work for an internationally recognised organisation, offering stability and long-term prospects then this is the perfect opportunity for you. The Facilities Assistant is responsible for assisting the Head of Facilities with managing the planned preventive maintenance programme, liaising with contractors, arranging site visits, collating information from maintenance reports and following up on outstanding actions. General administrative duties such as filing and uploading confidential documentation. Key Responsibilities Liaise with Facilities Manager on PPM (Planned Preventive Maintenance) activities Provide maintenance scheduling information, aligned to supply chain contracts, for both management and customers on an annual basis to allow for future planning by customers Assist with the management of all supplier contracts for mechanical and electrical infrastructure Advising on potential issues with suppliers. Ensuring performance of suppliers is in line with expectations and contracts Assist with ensuring all mechanical and electrical infrastructure is maintained in line with OEM recommendations ensuring resilience is maintained and uptime targets are met Administrative tasks relating to the maintenance and upkeep of the supplier repository Stand-in for the Head of Facilities when necessary Be a point of contact for any Facilities related issues Be able to manage hard and soft service contractors Be able to prioritise your work load Ensure all maintenance activities are 100% complete Experience/Skills Experience in a Facilities Assistant/Management position Knowledge of mechanical infrastructure and electrical distribution networks Excellent administration skills Candidates from a critical infrastructure background will be of particular interest Excellent communication and customer service skills Please note the successful candidate will need to undergo security clearance for this position. By submitting your job application, you are giving IntaPeople consent to store and process your personal data in line with our privacy policy. Your personal data will be processed for this job and any future relevant jobs we match with your skill set (please note - your details will never be submitted to a client without your explicit consent). The services advertised by IntaPeople are those of an Employment Agency and an Employment Business.
IntaPeople Stroud, UK
20/09/2018
Full time
An industry leading and rapidly growing manufacturer within the Stroud area currently require an experienced Production/Project Engineer to join their team. On offer is a highly competitive salary Dependent on experience, bonus and benefits package, within a rapidly growing company who can offer long term career prospects. The role will initially be involved around the installation of a new automated machine into assembly. After this initial period (circa 6 months) the position will be to optimise production processes and control the transfer of new products into production manufacturing. Role/Responsibilities: To optimise the internal production processes Control and coordinate product transfers into production from internal and third parties Establish, maintain and control standard costs and cost of sales information Control of production jigs and fixtures Develop new jigs and fixtures Control of drawings used for production and purchasing Record and implement Engineering change notes as appropriate Compliance with the company accreditation for ISO 9001 & 13485 Issue a monthly activity report on current projects Experience: Experience with automation technology/machinery Experienced Production/Project Engineer Degree educated in an engineering discipline or apprentice trained engineer Experience working within a regulated environment Willingness to travel the successful candidate will need to travel to Europe on a fairly regular basis for 1-2 weeks at a time for the first 3-6 months By submitting your job application, you are giving IntaPeople consent to store and process your personal data in line with our privacy policy (which can be found on our website). Your personal data will be processed for this job and any future relevant jobs we match with your skill set (please note - your details will never be submitted to a client without your explicit consent). The services advertised by IntaPeople are those of an Employment Agency and an Employment Business.
IntaPeople Leicestershire, UK
20/09/2018
Full time
This is a rare opportunity for a Qualified Person to join an ambitious and talented team at a new manufacturing site. The company can offer a generous package including 20% bonus, flexible working hours and remote working. This is a cross functional role and the successful candidate will have commercial awareness and a pragmatic approach along with a genuine "hands-on" style. This is how you would spend your time: Perform batch disposition duties that require a Qualified Person as required under EC Directive 2001/83 Article 51 in relation to imported comparator medicinal products. QP batch disposition duties for Investigational Medicinal Products (IMPs) for clinical trials as required by EC Directive 2001/20/EC (Article 13.3). Self-inspection activities covering the Quality Management System, in conjunction with the Responsible Person. Assist in the performance of GMP/GDP audits of suppliers and associated follow up activities, including auditing in UK, Europe and occasionally in third countries. Document review and establishing Specifications and Product Specification Files. Attend regulatory authority inspections and customer audits as required. If you have the following skills we would be excited to talk to you: Experience in the manufacturing and supply of investigational medicinal products, preferably with some knowledge of comparator supply. Knowledge of the investigational material product supply chain. In depth knowledge of the EU and UK regulations relating to the manufacture and supply of investigational medicinal products. In depth knowledge of the set up and maintenance of a Quality Management System with the Pharmaceutical industry. Experience of working with the Medicines and Healthcare Regulatory Agency (MHRA) inspectorate. Ability to work independently and communicate with individuals at all levels within the organization. Network with client organisations and professional associations to recognise best practices and the ability to implement best practice. Capable of developing and delivering GMP/GDP training sessions. Strong IT literacy including Microsoft Office By submitting your job application, you are giving IntaPeople consent to store and process your personal data in line with our privacy policy (which can be found on our website). Your personal data will be processed for this job and any future relevant jobs we match with your skill set (please note - your details will never be submitted to a client without your explicit consent). The services advertised by IntaPeople are those of an Employment Agency and an Employment Business.
IntaPeople Newport, UK
20/09/2018
Full time
IntaPeople are currently recruiting for our South Wales based client who are seeking a Facilities Assistant to join their established and growing in house team. If you would like to work for an internationally recognised organisation, offering stability and long-term prospects then this is the perfect opportunity for you. The Facilities Assistant is responsible for assisting the Head of Facilities with managing the planned preventive maintenance programme, liaising with contractors, arranging site visits, collating information from maintenance reports and following up on outstanding actions. General administrative duties such as filing and uploading confidential documentation. Key Responsibilities Liaise with Facilities Manager on PPM (Planned Preventive Maintenance) activities Provide maintenance scheduling information, aligned to supply chain contracts, for both management and customers on an annual basis to allow for future planning by customers Assist with the management of all supplier contracts for mechanical and electrical infrastructure Advising on potential issues with suppliers. Ensuring performance of suppliers is in line with expectations and contracts Assist with ensuring all mechanical and electrical infrastructure is maintained in line with OEM recommendations ensuring resilience is maintained and uptime targets are met Administrative tasks relating to the maintenance and upkeep of the supplier repository Stand-in for the Head of Facilities when necessary Be a point of contact for any Facilities related issues Be able to manage hard and soft service contractors Be able to prioritise your work load Ensure all maintenance activities are 100% complete Experience/Skills Experience in a Facilities Assistant/Management position Knowledge of mechanical infrastructure and electrical distribution networks Excellent administration skills Candidates from a critical infrastructure background will be of particular interest Excellent communication and customer service skills Please note the successful candidate will need to undergo security clearance for this position. By submitting your job application, you are giving IntaPeople consent to store and process your personal data in line with our privacy policy. Your personal data will be processed for this job and any future relevant jobs we match with your skill set (please note - your details will never be submitted to a client without your explicit consent). The services advertised by IntaPeople are those of an Employment Agency and an Employment Business.
IntaPeople Glamorgan Building, Cardiff CF10, UK
19/09/2018
Full time
Do you want to work for a rapidly growing, innovative, profitable, international manufacturing company with endless ambition, an excellent benefits package, in an amazing working environment, with sustainable new product development at its heart? Due to continued success and growth this industry leading manufacturer in the Cardiff area currently require a CAD Technician & Technical Support/Administrator to join their team. Responsibilities: Liaise with internal departments and external customers and suppliers to obtain any missing information or to resolve any queries in relation to drawings/products Product technical drawings to enable the manufacture of products/components Create/modify BOM's (bills of materials) Provide information on BOM changes Technical support on products to internal departments and customers Provide drawings for products to internal departments and customers Product renders Costing and quotation support as required to internal departments, liaising with supply chain and/or suppliers when needed Complete relevant product databases Experience/Skills: 3D CAD proficiency (ideally Solidworks but any 3D CAD will be considered) Ideally you will have knowledge of design and product development processes Good level of literacy and numeracy Customer service or support experience Experience within a manufacturing environment or excellent knowledge of manufacturing processes Good level of computer literacy Previous experience compiling technical databases or BOM's would be an advantage Happy to be within a CAD Technician & Technical Support/Administrator position for the long term By submitting your job application, you are giving IntaPeople consent to store and process your personal data in line with our privacy policy (which can be found on our website). Your personal data will be processed for this job and any future relevant jobs we match with your skill set (please note - your details will never be submitted to a client without your explicit consent). The services advertised by IntaPeople are those of an Employment Agency and an Employment Business.
IntaPeople Glamorgan Building, Cardiff CF10, UK
19/09/2018
Full time
Do you want to work for a rapidly growing, innovative, profitable, international manufacturing company with endless ambition, an excellent benefits package, in an amazing working environment, with sustainable new product development at its heart? Due to continued success and growth this industry leading manufacturer in the Cardiff area currently require a CAD Technician & Technical Support/Administrator to join their team. Responsibilities: Liaise with internal departments and external customers and suppliers to obtain any missing information or to resolve any queries in relation to drawings/products Product technical drawings to enable the manufacture of products/components Create/modify BOM's (bills of materials) Provide information on BOM changes Technical support on products to internal departments and customers Provide drawings for products to internal departments and customers Product renders Costing and quotation support as required to internal departments, liaising with supply chain and/or suppliers when needed Complete relevant product databases Experience/Skills: 3D CAD proficiency (ideally Solidworks but any 3D CAD will be considered) Ideally you will have knowledge of design and product development processes Good level of literacy and numeracy Customer service or support experience Experience within a manufacturing environment or excellent knowledge of manufacturing processes Good level of computer literacy Previous experience compiling technical databases or BOM's would be an advantage Happy to be within a CAD Technician & Technical Support/Administrator position for the long term By submitting your job application, you are giving IntaPeople consent to store and process your personal data in line with our privacy policy (which can be found on our website). Your personal data will be processed for this job and any future relevant jobs we match with your skill set (please note - your details will never be submitted to a client without your explicit consent). The services advertised by IntaPeople are those of an Employment Agency and an Employment Business.
IntaPeople Newport, UK
17/09/2018
Full time
IntaPeople are currently recruiting for our South Wales based client who are seeking a Facilities Administrator to join their established and growing in house team. If you would like to work for an internationally recognised organisation, offering stability and long-term prospects then this is the perfect opportunity for you. The Facilities Administrator is responsible for assisting the Head of Facilities with managing the planned preventive maintenance programme, liaising with contractors, arranging site visits, collating information from maintenance reports and following up on outstanding actions. General administrative duties such as filing and uploading confidential documentation. Key Responsibilities Liaise with Facilities Manager on PPM (Planned Preventive Maintenance) activities Provide maintenance scheduling information, aligned to supply chain contracts, for both management and customers on an annual basis to allow for future planning by customers Assist with the management of all supplier contracts for mechanical and electrical infrastructure Advising on potential issues with suppliers. Ensuring performance of suppliers is in line with expectations and contracts Assist with ensuring all mechanical and electrical infrastructure is maintained in line with OEM recommendations ensuring resilience is maintained and uptime targets are met Administrative tasks relating to the maintenance and upkeep of the supplier repository Stand-in for the Head of Facilities when necessary Be a point of contact for any Facilities related issues Be able to manage hard and soft service contractors Be able to prioritise your work load Ensure all maintenance activities are 100% complete Experience/Skills Experience in a Facilities Administration/Management position Knowledge of mechanical infrastructure and electrical distribution networks Excellent administration skills Candidates from a critical infrastructure background will be of particular interest Excellent communication and customer service skills Please note the successful candidate will need to undergo security clearance for this position. By submitting your job application, you are giving IntaPeople consent to store and process your personal data in line with our privacy policy (which can be found on our website). Your personal data will be processed for this job and any future relevant jobs we match with your skill set (please note - your details will never be submitted to a client without your explicit consent). The services advertised by IntaPeople are those of an Employment Agency and an Employment Business.
IntaPeople Newport, UK
17/09/2018
Full time
IntaPeople are currently recruiting for our South Wales based client who are seeking a Facilities Administrator to join their established and growing in house team. If you would like to work for an internationally recognised organisation, offering stability and long-term prospects then this is the perfect opportunity for you. The Facilities Administrator is responsible for assisting the Head of Facilities with managing the planned preventive maintenance programme, liaising with contractors, arranging site visits, collating information from maintenance reports and following up on outstanding actions. General administrative duties such as filing and uploading confidential documentation. Key Responsibilities Liaise with Facilities Manager on PPM (Planned Preventive Maintenance) activities Provide maintenance scheduling information, aligned to supply chain contracts, for both management and customers on an annual basis to allow for future planning by customers Assist with the management of all supplier contracts for mechanical and electrical infrastructure Advising on potential issues with suppliers. Ensuring performance of suppliers is in line with expectations and contracts Assist with ensuring all mechanical and electrical infrastructure is maintained in line with OEM recommendations ensuring resilience is maintained and uptime targets are met Administrative tasks relating to the maintenance and upkeep of the supplier repository Stand-in for the Head of Facilities when necessary Be a point of contact for any Facilities related issues Be able to manage hard and soft service contractors Be able to prioritise your work load Ensure all maintenance activities are 100% complete Experience/Skills Experience in a Facilities Administration/Management position Knowledge of mechanical infrastructure and electrical distribution networks Excellent administration skills Candidates from a critical infrastructure background will be of particular interest Excellent communication and customer service skills Please note the successful candidate will need to undergo security clearance for this position. By submitting your job application, you are giving IntaPeople consent to store and process your personal data in line with our privacy policy (which can be found on our website). Your personal data will be processed for this job and any future relevant jobs we match with your skill set (please note - your details will never be submitted to a client without your explicit consent). The services advertised by IntaPeople are those of an Employment Agency and an Employment Business.