Laboratory Open Day 2018

Interested in a career in science?
Not heading to university?
Why not start work in a lab straight away?

Due to continued ongoing expansion, Chemtest Ltd is looking to recruit Laboratory Technicians to work in our Environmental Laboratory in Newmarket. We are holding an informal open day from 10am to 12 noon on Wednesday 12th September to give a brief overview of the work we do, give you an opportunity to see our busy lab in action and speak to our staff to see if this is the career for you.

To express an interest please email recruitment@chemtest.com or telephone us on 01638 606070 and we will confirm the details.

We offer:

  • The opportunity to gain experience in a busy laboratory using a range of analytical instrumentation and working alongside experienced staff.
  • Opportunities for further education sponsorship and professional development.
  • Commitment to staff development and career progression through internal development programs.
  • Extensive and continual on-the-job training and mentoring.
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