Job Opportunities at VACGEN

As pioneers in the field of UHV technology, VACGEN’s focus on innovation, reliability and quality has helped great minds take great leaps forward. Products from VACGEN are widely used by the world’s leading Universities and research institutions, from NASA and the European Space Agency to the Large Hadron Collider at CERN.

At our new, purpose-built manufacturing facility near Hailsham, East Sussex we have entered an exciting new phase in our development as we embark on an ambitious expansion programme. We are always interested in hearing from talented, flexible and ambitious individuals to join our team. If you have manufacturing or engineering experience then please send your CV to talent@vacgen.com

Benefits

We offer 25 days holiday, company pension, life insurance, flexible working hours with a 1200hrs finish on a Friday, a state of the art working environment, a great benefits package and a competitive salary.

Our flexible approach to working welcomes applicants who may want to work different hours from part time workers to job shares. We understand people have different priorities and encourgage people to apply who are looking for a rewarding role that works and supports their current life commitments.

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Relocation Package

We are offering a generous relocation package for TIG Welders / Fabricators who would like to join us in the idyllic and beautiful countryside on the south coast. If you are considering if now is the time for you to make a fresh start, try something new, and move somewhere why not East Sussex with the magnificent Seven Sisters, Friston Forest, beaches and a harbour, this could be the opportunity for you! We are committed to helping any new members of staff with their potential relocation costs and issues.



Buyer

We are now recruiting for a Buyer to procure raw materials / miscellaneous items whilst complying with our internal processes.

Key Responsibilities: 


  • Ensuring all purchases meet the appropriate specification.
  • Researching Outsourcing opportunities, and producing justifications.
  • Raising purchase orders, progressing purchases and ensuring completion of the purchasing process.
  • Sourcing potential new suppliers/products, and submit recommendations.Completing specific cost versus benefits analysis as required.
  • Co-ordinating incoming shipments within the Supply Chain process.
  • Taking ownership of your orders, and expedite them to ensure on-time delivery.
  • Driving change and improvements throughout the Supply Chain Process.
  • Analysing and reconciling invoice variances.
  • Adhering to competitive tendering requirements.
  • Maintaining the best possible supplier relationships.

In order to be successful in this role you must have:

 

  • Previous experience in a buying role and the use of ERP systems
  • Excellent communication and negotiation skills at all levels are essential
  • Desire to take ownership of issues and resolve them.
  • Engineering competence in relation to complex products and parts and a suitable level of product and organisational familiarisation is a distinct advantage.
  • The ability to make decisions within guidelines and take responsibility for these is essential.
  • The ability to meet time frames and work under pressure is important.
  • Knowledge ofMicrosoft Dynamics AX.
  • Drive and Enthusiasm are pre-requisites.
  • A purchasing or general management qualification or support training is advantageous.

Location: Hailsham, Lower Dicker, BN27 4EL

Salary:   Competitive DOE

Contract: Full time, Permanent


 


Mechanical Assembly Technician - Cleanroom

We are now recruiting for a Cleanroom Mechnical Assembly Technician.
 

About the Mechanical Assembly Technician role:


You will be responsible for the assembly of UHV Manipulation & sample handling sub-assemblies including pre-test data recording and QC evaluation.

Key Reponsibilties:


  • Assume responsibility for precision hand assembly of instruments in accordance with engineering drawings & manufacturing instructions
  • Carry out specialist UHV compatible instrument wiring & electrical pre-testing of instruments
  • Maintain ‘UHV clean’ process standards with all ‘in vacuum’ component parts and sub-assemblies
  • Support transition of new hardware from NPI through to routine production including writing any required manufacturing information documents & guides
  • Maintain and updating existing manufacturing instructions
  • Support the maintenance of departmental records, particularly test data, quality control information and serial numbering of instruments to provide navigable history of future service and support

In order to be successful in this role it is essential that you have:


  • Ideally a relevant engineering degree/HND/HNC e.g. Mechanical Engineering, Electro Mechanical Engineering, QBE or time served apprenticeship candidates can be considered
  • Previous experience in a high technology manufacturing environment or clean room

 

Professional Skills/ Abilities:


  • Familiarity with the production of UHV compatible devices & instrumentation that utilises electron optics & ion optics principals would be advantageous
  • Previous experience in a low volume customised product manufacturing environment is preferred. Ideally yielding a broad understanding and appreciation of precision hand fitting techniques, specialist wiring and product test procedures.
  • Resilient under pressure, able to adhere to the predetermined timescales and deadlines
  • Basic IT skills, including MS Office

 

Location: Hailsham, Lower Dicker, BN27 4EL

Salary:   Competitive DOE

Contract: Full time, Permanent


 


Multiple Openings: TIG Welder / Fabrication

We are now recruiting for an experienced team of TIG Welders / Fabricators to join our busy manufacturing department, as we are in the process of expanding to accomodate customer demands. 
 

Primary Purpose: 


To ensure all TIG Welding projects are completed in conformance with specifications and set time scales.

Fabrication and welding of vacuum chambers, components and sub assemblies as required in line with planned manufacturing operations to defined quality standards and timescales.

 

Key Reponsibilties:


  • Work closely with Lead Technician to enable welding and fabrication objectives to be completed.
  • Complete projects in accordance with planned schedules aligning fabrication and welding workload with machine shop operations.
  • Quality Control evaluations. Set up and running of leak checking operations using mass spectrometry equipment, (helium leak detectors) on all chamber vessels.
Indicative Performance Measures:

  • Manages personal workload, meeting all targets set 
  • Works well within the team, maintaining effective relationships with colleagues in the welding department 
  • Demonstrates a flexible atttude coping with changing priorities in a fast paced environment 
  • Understands the importace of quality, time frames and customer requirements
  • Looks for continous improvement in quality and time saving solutions 
  • Completes work in an effective and safe manner, following guidelines 
  • Ability to prioritise projects throughout team to achieve targets incorporating CIT (call in time/overtime)
  • Understands and works to the 5s program
  • Follow all health and safety regulations and seek to maintain and imporve these standards

Candidates must have the following skills and experience:

 

  • Minimum 3 years experience in TIG welding 
  • TIG Welding (Ideally working with Mu-Metal and Stainless Steel) 
  • Established skillset in metal fabrication and wedling including the use of precision measuring equiment 
  • Able to read specified drawings 
  • Comfortable working to deadlines set by lead technician 
  • Basic knowledge of turning would be an advantage 

 

Personal Qualities:

 

  • Good constructive communnicator 
  • Flexible and able to adapt to short term changes
  • Supports project completion through problem solving 

Location: Hailsham, Lower Dicker, BN27 4EL

Salary:   Competitive DOE

Contract: Full time, Permanent


 


Manual Miller

We are now recruiting for a Manual Miller to operate manual mills or lathes to produce high tolerance piece parts and components used in UHV end products.

 

Key Responsibilities

  • Meet deadlines for internal and external customers
  • Clocking on works orders to initiate start of job and clocking off works order to show job completion
  • Improve efficiency by working to reduce set-up and ensuring accurate, efficient work output
  • To perform other duties from time to time, as may be required by the Company
  • Ensure tidiness and physical appearance of the workplace is maintained
  • Ensure adherence to HS&E policies

 

Skills & Experience: 

  • A proven track record of understanding how to use machines and problems associated with machining different shapes and sizes of components
  • Ability to read engineering drawings and operate manual machines.
  • Must understand requirements of On Time Delivery both internally and externally
  • Have an understanding of how parts/material will react after and during machining to be able to foresee potential problems before they arise.
  • Ability to prioritise projects throughout team to achieve targets incorporating CIT, (call in time / Overtime).
  • Deadline driven without compromising quality.
  • Capable of using the relevant measuring equipment that is suitable for the tolerance band being checked
  • Understands and works to the 5s program.

 

Personal Qualities: 

  • Good constructive communicator
  • Flexible and able to adapt to short term changes
  • Motivated & Enthusiastic individual
  • Capable of working in a team environment
  • Good at listening to and follow instruction
  • Comfortable working to deadlines set

 

Location: Hailsham, Lower Dicker, BN27 4EL

Salary:   Competitive DOE

Contract: Full time, Permanent



Fabrication Fitter/Assembler

We are now recruiting for a Fabrication Fitter/Assembler to join our expanding Chambers team! 

 

Key Duties / Responsibilities of the Fabrication Fitter/Assembler:

  • To assemble and test vacuum chambers and other components as necessary
  • To finish components to deliver a high-quality surface that is free from defects.
  • To perform test and inspection operations on Chambers.
  • To complete visual checks and quality finishing of vacuum chambers
  • Set up and running of leak checking operations using mass spectrometry equipment, (helium leak detectors) on all chamber vessels.
  • The Clocking of Works order to initiate/complete operations
  • Meet deadlines for internal and external customers
  • To perform other duties from time to time, as may be required by the company
  • Ensure tidiness and physical appearance of the workplace is maintained
  • Ensure adherence to HS&E policies

 

Essential Skills & Experience:

  • Finishing/fitting/assembly experience required, ideally in UHV/HV industry
  • Fabrication assembly fitting experience (desirable)
  • Read and understand Engineering drawings
  • Ability to work with high quality finish components
  • To be deadline driven without comprising Quality
  • High attention to detail
  • To work under own initiative
Qualifications:
  • An experienced General Assembly/Electrical Assembly/Instrumental Assembly/Fitter
  • Minimum ONC in mechanical engineering discipline (or equivalent)
  • Accredited craft apprenticeship specialising as a fitter desirable

Desirable Skills and Experience:

  • Experience of a manufacturing environment
  •  Knowledge of ISO9001 and process control methods

  •  Relevant health and safety training desirable

 

We require all employees to have the following personal qualities / attributes:

  • High levels of motivation, enthusiasm.
  • Capable of working well in a team environment.
  • Good at listening to and following instructions.
  • Ability to work on own initiative.
  • Willing to contribute to the overall improvement and success of the business, working practices.
  • A positive attitude, co-operative, willing to comply with company policies and procedures and work constructively with colleagues.
  • Willing to commit to our core values.

 

Location: Hailsham, Lower Dicker, BN27 4EL

Salary:   Competitive DOE

Contract: Full time, Permanent



CNC Turner - Setter/CNC Operator

We are now recruiting for a CNC Turner - Setter / Operator to join us on a permanent basis and assume responsibility for the setting and operating of CNC machines to produce parts correct to drawing!

 

Key Duties / Responsibilities of the Fabrication Fitter/Assembler:

  • Set and Run proven and unproven programs, adjust work and/or tool co-ordinates and correct any errors.

  • Set tools and produce ‘First off’ parts to the correct quality.
  • Change from machine to machine at infrequent intervals.
  • Fulfil training programs deemed necessary to allow efficient performance of duties.
  • Maintaining of equipment by completing preventive maintenance requirements.
  • Perform other duties from time to time, as may be required by the Company.

Essential Skills & Experience:


  • HNC/HND in mechanical engineering or basic training of a craft apprenticeship
  • Must be experienced in CNC turning, setting and operating.
  • Must have experience in using multi axis machines.
  • Ability to read and understand engineering drawings and GD&T.
  • Ability to read & understand ISO and conversational machine programs.
  • Capable of using various machine controls (FANUC).
  • Understand how tools and material will react after & during machining.
  • Must have experience in machining flanges and component parts.
  • Understands requirements of On Time Delivery both internally and externally
Qualifications:
  • Basic training of a craft apprenticeship and 5 years minimum experience of actual machining
  • Further qualification in an engineering/manufacturing discipline

Desirable Skills and Experience:

 

  • IT literate (Windows 7, MS Office).

 

We require all employees to have the following personal qualities / attributes:

  • High levels of motivation, enthusiasm.
  • Capable of working well in a team environment.
  • Good at listening to and following instructions.
  • Ability to work on own initiative.
  • Willing to contribute to the overall improvement and success of the business, working practices.
  • A positive attitude, co-operative, willing to comply with company policies and procedures and work constructively with colleagues.
  • Willing to commit to our core values.

 

Location: Hailsham, Lower Dicker, BN27 4EL

Salary:   Competitive DOE

Contract: Full time, Permanent



Quality Inspector

We are now recruiting for a Quality Inspector to join our busy Quality team. You will be responsible for measuring, inspecting, testing and validating various components and assemblies to specification. You will be recording information to drive improvement in quality performance and identifying root cause to prevent failures and be our champion in maintaining quality standards across the business.

Key Duties / Responsibilities of the Quality Inspector:

  • Measure and visually inspect components and assemblies to drawing using a variety of metrology equipment including the use of Faro Arm (CMM) equipment.
  • Test and validate components and assemblies using a variety of test equipment.
  • Visually inspect welds.
  • Ensure any defects and features not to specification are recorded through the non-conformance process and corrective actions and root cause are established to correct errors and prevent future occurrence.
  • Visually inspect finished goods to ensure compliance to specification and being the champion for ensuring the required quality standard is delivered to our customers
  • Work with various individuals and teams to improve processes to manufacture product right first time.
  • Update key performance indicators and metrics to drive quality improvement.

In order to be successful in this role it is essential that you have:

  • Experience working to ISO 9001.
  • At least 3 years’ experience working in a machine shop or similar manufacturing environment and possess a good understanding of Quality and Process management tools and methodology. Examples including 5S/6S, flowcharts, VSM, Kaizen, Pareto, QCPC, SPC, AQL, FMEA, 8D, Cause & Effect, Ishikawa, 5 whys etc.
  • Experience of using CMM or Faro Arm devices and proficient with a range of metrology equipment typically used in machine shop environments.
  • Able to read and understand technical drawings and engineering specifications

Desirable Skills and Experience:

  • Knowledge or experience of welding and fabrication processes would be beneficial
  • Previous experience of working in the vacuum industry would be advantageous.
  • Qualified to BTech/HNC/HND level in a Mechanical Engineering or Manufacturing discipline. 

We require all employees to have the following personal qualities / attributes:

  • High levels of motivation, enthusiasm.
  • Capable of working well in a team environment.
  • Good at listening to and following instructions.
  • Ability to work on own initiative.
  • Willing to contribute to the overall improvement and success of the business, working practices.
  • A positive attitude, co-operative, willing to comply with company policies and procedures and work constructively with colleagues.
  • Willing to commit to our core values.

 

Location: Hailsham, Lower Dicker, BN27 4EL

Salary:   Competitive DOE

Contract: Full time, Permanent



Trainee Quality Inspector

We are now recruiting for a Trainee Quality Inspector to join our busy Quality team. You will be responsible for measuring, inspecting, testing and validating various components and assemblies to specification. You will be recording information to drive improvement in quality performance and identifying root cause to prevent failures and be our champion in maintaining quality standards across the business.

Key Duties / Responsibilities of the Trainee Quality Inspector:

  • Measure and visually inspect components and assemblies to drawing using a variety of metrology equipment including the use of Faro Arm (CMM) equipment.
  • Test and validate components and assemblies using a variety of test equipment.
  • Visually inspect welds.
  • Ensure any defects and features not to specification are recorded through the non-conformance process and corrective actions and root cause are established to correct errors and prevent future occurrence.
  • Visually inspect finished goods to ensure compliance to specification and being the champion for ensuring the required quality standard is delivered to our customers
  • Work with various individuals and teams to improve processes to manufacture product right first time.
  • Update key performance indicators and metrics to drive quality improvement.

In order to be successful in this role it is essential that you have:

  • Experience working to ISO 9001.
  • At least 3 years’ experience working in a machine shop or similar manufacturing environment and possess a good understanding of Quality and Process management tools and methodology. Examples including 5S/6S, flowcharts, VSM, Kaizen, Pareto, QCPC, SPC, AQL, FMEA, 8D, Cause & Effect, Ishikawa, 5 whys etc.
  • Experience of using CMM or Faro Arm devices and proficient with a range of metrology equipment typically used in machine shop environments.
  • Able to read and understand technical drawings and engineering specifications

Desirable Skills and Experience:

  • Knowledge or experience of welding and fabrication processes would be beneficial
  • Previous experience of working in the vacuum industry would be advantageous.
  • Qualified to BTech/HNC/HND level in a Mechanical Engineering or Manufacturing discipline. 

We require all employees to have the following personal qualities / attributes:

  • High levels of motivation, enthusiasm.
  • Capable of working well in a team environment.
  • Good at listening to and following instructions.
  • Ability to work on own initiative.
  • Willing to contribute to the overall improvement and success of the business, working practices.
  • A positive attitude, co-operative, willing to comply with company policies and procedures and work constructively with colleagues.
  • Willing to commit to our core values.

 

Location: Hailsham, Lower Dicker, BN27 4EL

Salary:   Competitive DOE

Contract: Full time, Permanent



Production Planner

We are now recruiting for a Production Planner to join our busy Purchasing and Planning department on a permanent basis. 

Key Duties / Responsibilities:

  • Maximises our Shipping Performance and achieves our On-time Delivery Goals.
  • Take Ownership of, and plan all products through Manufacturing Cells.
  • Maximise use of the order management system and ensure visibility of all orders.
  • Identify critical items and issues, and resolve them.
  • Investigate available capacity vs. likely load.
  • Produce and publish metrics as required.
  • Co-ordinate’s activities and processes to ensure that ‘Stock-outs’ are minimised.
  • Interacts between Sales, Engineering, Manufacturing, and Supply Chain functions.
  • This role requires effective interaction with Team Leaders to ensure On-time Delivery.
  • Ensures that all processes and procedures are adhered to.
  • Be involved in Order Input Control Process – Liaise with Sales on delivery dates, agree delivery dates prior to Order Input.
  • Drives Continuous improvement.
  • Cross-functional communication and co-ordination to minimise delays.
  • Support function for team members in production and purchasing during absences.

Essential Skills and Experience:

  • ERP planning experience is essential.
  • Excellent communication and negotiation skills are essential.
  • Engineering competence in relation to machining and assembly and a suitable level of product and organisational familiarisation is a distinct advantage.
  • The ability to make decisions within guidelines and take responsibility for these is essential.
  • The ability to meet time frames and work under pressure is important.
  • Drive and Enthusiasm are pre-requisite.

Desirable Skills and Experience:

  • 5+ years Production Planning system experience.
  • Microsoft Dynamics AX experience is an advantage.
  • Previous exposure working in a manufacturing and assembly organisation.
  • Good analytical and numeracy skills.
  • Strong systems and excel knowledge.
  • Knowledge of supply chain Qualified to ONC/HNC level in Engineering/Manufacturing or relevant planning/purchasing professional qualification.

We require all employees to have the following personal qualities / attributes:

  • High levels of motivation, enthusiasm.
  • Capable of working well in a team environment.
  • Good at listening to and following instructions.
  • Ability to work on own initiative.
  • Willing to contribute to the overall improvement and success of the business, working practices.
  • A positive attitude, co-operative, willing to comply with company policies and procedures and work constructively with colleagues.
  • Willing to commit to our core values.

 

Location: Hailsham, Lower Dicker, BN27 4EL

Salary:   Competitive DOE

Contract: Full time, Permanent



Product Engineer

We are now recruiting for a Product Engineer responsible for one or more of our product ranges to be an integral part of the Engineering team ensuring our products are delivered on time, to specification and within budget and to the best DFMA principles.

Have you got demonstrable experience in CAD Design / Drawing and using this to provide manufacturing engineering support?
Are you great at project costing, quotation and root cause analysis?
Do you have a background in design engineering and experience in Design for Manufacturing and Assembly (DFMA)?

This could be the opportunity for you!

You will be responsible for owning the full lifecycle of one of our product ranges including Product Development, Product Maintenance, Custom Design, NPI and Manufacturing Support:

  • Maintain project management processes and deliver development projects on budget and time
  • Perform feasibility study on select NPI’s
  • Providing manufacturing engineering support for the design and development team
  • Locate new and maintain existing supplier collaboration partners for Product Developments
  • Ensure all data is provided to Operations in the correct format
  • Root cause engineering problems and seek to eliminate
  • Provide engineering support for quotations and technical enquiries
  • Check detail drawings to BS 8888 (308)
  • Create BOM’s and planning sheets for new products & systems.
  • Provide timely production engineering support for custom orders to agreed dead lines
  • Carry out FMEA
  • Keep up to date with technical innovation in the UHV & manufacturing areas

Essential Skills and Experience:

  • 5+ years in a similar engineering role
  • Design for Manufacture and Assembly (DFMA)
  • Experience in CAD design/drawing
  • Production Engineering of components and assemblies
  • ERP system familiarity including creating BOM’s
  • Project costing & quotation
  • Root cause analysis
  • Able to manage a diverse team & chair technical meetings (8D/Design reviews)
  • Need to be a naturally critical thinker (need to analyse, evaluate, and produce information to make objective judgements and recommendations.)

Desirable Skills and Experience:

  • Experience of Microsoft Dynamics and MS Office products
  • Must have a degree in Mechanical Engineering or an HNC/D in Mechanical or Production Engineering
  • Experience in new product introduction would be a benefit

We require all employees to have the following personal qualities / attributes:

  • High levels of motivation, enthusiasm.
  • Capable of working well in a team environment.
  • Good at listening to and following instructions.
  • Ability to work on own initiative.
  • Willing to contribute to the overall improvement and success of the business, working practices.
  • A positive attitude, co-operative, willing to comply with company policies and procedures and work constructively with colleagues.
  • Willing to commit to our core values.

 

Location: Hailsham, Lower Dicker, BN27 4EL

Salary:   Competitive DOE

Contract: Full time, Permanent



Technical Sales Support Engineer 

We are now recruiting for a Technical Sales Support Engineer to increase the sales to our research and OEM customers, you will achieve this through technically and commercially supporting our existing customers, identifying and qualifying our additional customers and providing relevant content for our marketing executives! 

As our successful Technical Sales Engineer, you will be supporting customers and representatives, understanding their needs, identifying solutions and providing technical support. The majority of this support will be delivered remotely using MS Teams and other digital methods. In addition to this you will be developing strong relationships, building business opportunities and working with the other members of the sales team.

In addition to the above, you will be responsible for the below:

  • Provide technical support: Growing our business with research institutes through management of our 3rd party sales channels and supporting our OEM inquiries, providing technical support and quotations.
  • Networking: Identifying and qualifying additional sales channels and OEM customers and connecting to our customers through social media.
  • Sales Promotion: Creating and supporting webinars, virtual conferences, real conferences and preparing presentations and content for social media channels.
  • Product Management: Receiving and interpreting the voice of the customer and conducting competitive analysis.

The essential skills / experience required for this role are:

  • Minimum of 3 years’ experience in a technical role with customer interaction.
  • Experience/confident in delivering technical presentations explaining products and services
  • Fluent English is required, other languages are desirable.
  • High energy and commercial drive.

Candidates must have the following skills and experience:

  • Bachelors in Science, Mechanical Engineering or relevant professional experience.
  • Practical experience with technical or scientific equipment.
  • Well organised and structured
  • Results orientated.
  • Outgoing energetic personality.
  • Full driver’s license.

Desirable Skills and Experience:

  • Experience of Microsoft Dynamics and MS Office products
  • Practical experience in the field of scientific equipment or other technical equipment
  • Any additional language skills should be highlighted

We require all employees to have the following personal qualities / attributes:

  • High levels of motivation, enthusiasm.
  • Capable of working well in a team environment.
  • Good at listening to and following instructions.
  • Ability to work on own initiative.
  • Willing to contribute to the overall improvement and success of the business, working practices.
  • A positive attitude, co-operative, willing to comply with company policies and procedures and work constructively with colleagues.
  • Willing to commit to our core values.

 

Location: Hailsham, Lower Dicker, BN27 4EL

Salary:   Competitive DOE

Contract: Full time, Permanent



Graduate Technical Sales Support Engineer 

We are now recruiting for a Graduate Technical Sales Support Engineer to increase the sales to our research and OEM customers, you will achieve this through technically and commercially supporting our existing customers, identifying and qualifying our additional customers and providing relevant content for our marketing executives!

In addition to this as our Graduate Technical Sales Support Engineer you will be responsible for:

  • Provide technical support: Growing our business with research institutes through management of our 3rd party sales channels and supporting our OEM inquiries, providing technical support and quotations.
  • Networking: Identifying and qualifying additional sales channels and OEM customers and connecting to our customers through social media.
  • Sales Promotion: Creating and supporting webinars, virtual conferences, real conferences and preparing presentations and content for social media channels.
  • Product Management: Receiving and interpreting the voice of the customer and conducting competitive analysis.

Candidates must have the following skills and experience:

  • Bachelors in Science, Mechanical Engineering or relevant professional experience.
  • Practical experience with technical or scientific equipment.
  • Well organised and structured
  • Results orientated.
  • Outgoing energetic personality.
  • Fluent in English, both written and verbal.
  • Full driver’s license.

We require all employees to have the following personal qualities / attributes:

  • High levels of motivation, enthusiasm.
  • Capable of working well in a team environment.
  • Good at listening to and following instructions.
  • Ability to work on own initiative.
  • Willing to contribute to the overall improvement and success of the business, working practices.
  • A positive attitude, co-operative, willing to comply with company policies and procedures and work constructively with colleagues.
  • Willing to commit to our core values.

 

Location: Hailsham, Lower Dicker, BN27 4EL

Salary:   Competitive DOE

Contract: Full time, Permanent



To apply for any role please email your CV to talent@vacgen.com stating which role you are interested in.