Technician Grade E
At the University of Bristol we are committed to the highest standards of care and welfare for animals used in medical research. An exciting opportunity has arisen for an enthusiastic and motivated team player to join the Animal Service Unit at the University of Bristol. You will be an experienced animal technician with IAT Level 3 or equivalent qualiﬁ cations. Promoting the 3Rs and a culture of care will be very important to you and you will be conﬁ dent to train and mentor more junior members of staff. You will have extensive experience of working with research animal species, particularly rodents, covering their husbandry, welfare and typical research uses. Experience in breeding transgenic mice, rederivation and cryopreservation is particularly desirable as you will be based predominantly in this area. You will have very good verbal and written skills and be comfortable communicating with a range of staff from team colleagues to more senior staff including the Unit Manager, Named Veterinary Surgeon and researchers. Weekend working will be required. You may be expected to work in any of the University of Bristol Animal Service Unit facilities. You may hold a Home Ofﬁ ce personal licence, or be capable of applying for one with minimal further training.
Closing date for applications: Sunday 28th January 2018. The University is committed to creating and sustaining a fully inclusive culture. We welcome applicants from all backgrounds and communities.
Our client, an established breeding facility, are looking to recruit an Animal Technician to work within their team and contribute towards the care and welfare of a variety of animals. The successful candidate will receive further training and have the opportunity to develop and learn within their multi-species animal facility in East Yorkshire.
Full driving licence and own transport are essential due to rural location.
Licensed Animal Technician
On behalf of our client, a leading global drug development services company, we are looking to recruit a Licensed Animal Technician to join their team. The successful candidate will work within the Safety Assessment Department and conduct a wide range of drug development studies whilst working with a range of species. In addition to this, our client offers excellent opportunities for progression and will invest in your development to help you progress along the career path that you choose.
Licensed Animal Technician
Looking for a new challenge and an opportunity to gain further skills working with an expanding company?
Agenda are looking to recruit an experienced licensed animal technician to work for a leading CRO, joining their motivated team providing the highest level of animal care.
The successful candidate will be conducting in vivo procedural work, routine dosing and behavioural studies. Within this role, you will receive unique opportunities to develop your technical skills in all areas.