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Fantastic opportunity to join one of the worlds leading Pharmaceutical companies as Calibration Technician on a 12 month contract.

The Calibration Technician will support the calibration, testing, and repair of various standard and specialized instruments, ensuring compliance with industry standards and regulations. This role encompasses calibration duties across the entire facility.


Perform calibrations on instruments for temperature, humidity, pressure, weight, flow, speed, conductivity, pH, and viscosity, adhering to company and cGMP protocols.

Troubleshoot and resolve faults in instrumentation during calibration processes.

Promptly report any calibration non-conformances and generate deviation reports as necessary.

Accurately enter calibration records into the CMMS system following ALCOA+ principles.

Ensure calibration reference standards are current and correctly labeled, and inform the Calibration Lead of any equipment nearing its expiry.

Stay updated with all necessary site training.

Maintain a clean, organized workspace in line with 5S principles.

Follow approved company EHS risk assessments for high-risk calibration activities and report any accidents, near misses, or unsafe conditions.

Participate in routine safety inspections and Gemba walks related to calibration tasks.

Comply with all HR policies, including timely reporting of absences.

Perform additional duties as assigned by the Calibration Lead, within the general scope of the position.


Previous experience in calibration within the pharmaceutical industry, particularly in Clean Rooms, or another highly regulated manufacturing environment.

Demonstrated ability to troubleshoot and solve issues with instrumentation and measurement devices.

Key Skills

Experience with CMMS systems for recording calibration data (e.g., SAP, Maximo, ProCal)

Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications (Outlook, Word, Excel).

Strong written and verbal communication skills.

Ability to prioritize and manage multiple tasks effectively.

Capable of working independently and as part of a team.

Proven track record of completing tasks thoroughly and on time.


Completed an Electrical & Instrumentation apprenticeship, ONC/HNC in Electronics/Instrumentation/Control Systems, City and Guilds FTC in Electronics or Control & Instrumentation, or equivalent qualifications.



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