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Witney, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom, £ £ - Annual Annual, Temporary


Our CLient, a World Leader in Glucose Monitoring, designs, develops and manufactures glucose monitoring systems for use in both home and hospital settings. They have a Centre of Excellence in Witney for the development and manufacture of electrodes and biosensors used by patients and healthcare professionals for the day-to-day management of diabetes. The site has been instrumental in the research, development and manufacture of the FreeStyle Libre Flash Glucose Monitoring System as well as exciting developments in the Libre family including FreeStyle Libre 2, FreeStyle Libre 3 and the Libre Sense system. We are passionate about doing work that improves the quality of people's lives. Our Operations group is the largest team in the Witney facility, producing high volumes of test strips and biosensors each year to the stringent quality standards demanded by European and US authorities and our internal quality systems.

The Technical Group is looking to recruit a Temporary Statistician to join our team at our manufacturing Centre of Excellence in Witney, Oxfordshire.

The successful candidate will work as part of the Statistics team over a period of up to 6 months providing statistical support in the manufacture, continuous improvement, and monitoring of our glucose monitoring products. Typical work includes:

  • Working with engineers, scientists and technologists to introduce new machines, materials and processes, including the design and analysis of experiments to optimise settings and acceptance sampling
  • Working with technologists in monitoring product performance and stability data to ensure control and drive continuous improvements
  • Supporting technical investigations performed within the manufacturing unit
  • Assisting with the introduction of analytical test methods (analysis of variance, setting acceptance criteria & capability analysis) and supporting efforts in reducing measurement variability

As a minimum, you should hold a HND or equivalent in Mathematics, Statistics or a numerical science subject. Ideally you will have previous experience working in a regulated or manufacturing environment and will have experience with SAS programming although neither of these are a pre-requisite for the role.

You will have good oral and written communication skills to be able to prepare reports, interpret results, and provide effective summaries for specialist and non-specialist audiences. You must be organised and flexible in your approach to work, with good attention to detail to ensure that data and analyses are accurate and meet the requirements of the project.

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Witney, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom
£ £ - Annual Annual