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Laboratory Technician

Ipswich High SchoolSuffolk

LABORATORY TECHNICIAN

36 hours per week

Required as soon as possible

We are seeking a flexible and enthusiastic laboratory technician to work primarily in the Chemistry department, as part of a hard working team. Candidates should be reliable, well-organised and have a working knowledge and interest in Science. There is potential to rise to the role of Senior Laboratory Technician for the right candidate.

Previous technician experience is desirable. The successful candidate will be required to provide a high level of technical assistance to teaching staff in the department in order for them to deliver the curriculum. The working requirement is for 5 days a week during term-time + 14 days.  Training such as first aid courses will be provided for the appropriate candidate.

The salary range is currently £17,871- £24,146, £14,490 - £19,578 pro rata, and is dependent on experience, rising to a maximum of £27,803, £22,543 pro rata, for a Senior Science Technician. 

The application pack for this post can be found online at    www.ipswichhighschool.co.uk  Please complete the application form and return it to the HR Officer, at recruitment@ipswichhighschool.co.uk or by post to Ipswich High School, Woolverstone, Ipswich, IP9 1AZ.  

Closing date: Friday, 14 May at midday

Interviews: w/c Monday, 17 May

If you have not heard from us two weeks after the closing date, you should assume that your application has not been successful.

A: Woolverstone, Ipswich, Suffolk IP9 1AZ   T: 01473 780201

E: recruitment@ipswichhighschool.co.uk   W:www.ipswichhighschool.co.uk

We are committed to the safeguarding of children and child protection screening will apply to this post.


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