Careers

At LabLogic we’re passionate about our work, customers, people and our culture. Already a world-leading manufacturer and supplier of instrumentation and software to the Life Science, PET/Nuclear Medicine and Radiation Safety sectors, we are continually striving to be the very best at what we do through delivering the highest quality products and an exceptional service.

Our recent Investors in People Silver accreditation placed us in the top 25% of organisations and found that ‘98% of our team believe that LabLogic is a great place to work’. Benefits such as our annual Center Parcs trip for all staff and their families has been identified as a particular highlight in the year.

For our employees, we aim to create a positive work environment, full of collaborating teams who naturally demonstrate the values LabLogic was built on that are just as important to us today:

  • Passionate and Driven
  • Everyone is accountable
  • Respectful and Inclusive
  • Family Atmosphere
  • Efficient
  • Customer focused
  • Trustworthy

We are currently looking to recruit in the following areas: 

LabLogic Ltd - UK

Warehouse Operative / Production Engineer (Sheffield based)

The Role

You will be joining our small Production team at our office on the Sheffield Business Park where we are responsible for the goods in and out and production for LabLogic. We are proud of our friendly and fun atmosphere at our facility that also houses the company's R&D department and our Field Service Engineers when they are not travelling

Passionate Punctual As a warehouse operative you will be required to help on the logistic side of the business and support our stock controller. This will involve: checking over goods that arrive; booking them into stock; helping out with monthly stock checks and organising the stock area as well as carrying out maintenance at both our head office and production facility.

Your role will also involve the building and testing of the various instruments we manufacture, from Radio TLC scanners to Radio HPLC detectors (you will receive training on the specifics of each instrument).

You will also need to do some driving of a van to collect and deliver parts from our local and national suppliers.

Full training will be provided.

Responsibilities

  • Assisting the stock controller  
  • Stock takes
  • Organising and printing of our QA scripts/ Training files
  • Building/ testing our instruments
  • Updating QA documentation
  • Supporting the R&D department.
  • Driving
  • Building maintenance

Requirements

Essential

  • Experienced in a stock-controlled environment
  • Experience of working with couriers (e.g. DHL, UPS etc.)
  • Attention to detail
  • Proactive
  • Experience of Microsoft office
  • Full UK Driving Licence
  • Forklift licence

 Desirable

  • Experience with ISO 9001
  • Experience in a manufacturing background

To apply

Please apply by submitting your CV to HR@LabLogic.com along with a cover letter explaining why you want to work for LabLogic and why you’re the ideal candidate for this role.

Software Developer - UK (Sheffield based)

The Role

Do you want to work on software that revolutionises the production of radiopharmaceuticals for cancer scans?

We are seeking an additional member for our development team to design, develop, and test the market leader nuclear medicine LIMS (Laboratory Information Management System). The candidate will need to be experienced with C# .Net development, and willing to take on challenges to push the product forward. The candidates experience level can be junior, mid, or senior.

You would join a small team and have the ability to make a real impact on all aspects of the product from day one, not just inside development.

As a C# .NET developer you will be involved with the architecture, design, development, and testing of current and future functionality/products and will participate with the constant improvement of the team’s processes and procedures.

Outside of development there is opportunity to coordinate with our Marketing, Sales, and QA teams, as well as the potential for overseas travel to our customers’ sites for installation. We have a strong customer focus so the ideal candidate would be enthusiastic about taking ownership in the form of supporting customers and gathering user requirements to be turned into design specifications.

Responsibilities

  • Write new and improve existing code.
  • Liaise with customers over requirements for new development.
  • Understand the customers’ needs and work within a highly regulated industry.
  • Work within an existing team and help to drive the project forward.
  • Performing code reviews.

The above list is not exhaustive and, as such, you may be required to undertake other duties as appropriate.

Requirements

Essential
  • Experience with C# .Net/Winforms.
  • Experience of object-oriented coding principles and design patterns.
  • Awareness of database technology such as MSSQL and Oracle.
  • Ability to communicate with customers and other departments clearly.
  • Ability to work independently and as part of the team.
Desirable
  • Experience with an ORM (NHibernate, EntityFramework).
  • Experience with DevExpress components.
  • SQL, LINQ, MVVM

Benefits

  • Holiday – 24 days (increasing over service) + bonus holiday day at Christmas.
  • Yearly weekend break at Centre Parcs (for family too).
  • Yearly trip to the races.
  • Private healthcare membership.
  • Hybrid working (3 days per week in office, 2 remote, applies after probation)
  • Option to take a ‘Flexi’ half day off once per month.
  • Company pension scheme.
  • Flexible working hours outside of core time.

To apply

Please apply by submitting your CV to awoodcock@lablogic.com along with a cover letter explaining why you want to work for LabLogic and why you’re the ideal candidate for this role.

Product Support Specialist (Bath - UK)

The Role

We are seeking an additional team member to join our small support/development office based in Bath Spa. For this role you will be responsible for providing support to our customers via email, support tickets, remote assistance, as well as over the phone and customer site visits. The role will involve providing IT support on site for customers during installations, providing training and customising the software. There will be opportunities to travel throughout Europe and Worldwide supporting customers.

Responsibilities

  • Providing help desk ticket-based support
  • Phone and remote support
  • Development of technical literature (help files, FAQs etc)
  • Installation and configuration of LabLogic’s and supporting software (MS SQL Server, Windows Server etc)
  • Software and hardware trouble shooting
  • Travelling to customer sites to provide installation IT support and operator training

The above list is not exhaustive and, as such, you may be required to undertake other duties as appropriate.

Requirements

Essential
  • Excellent IT skills (MSSQL/Oracle/Windows Server/Windows Desktop)
  • Good communication skills (written, phone and in person)
  • Ability to work well as part of a team and within an ISO 9001 Quality environment
  • Experience with Hardware and Software support
  • Ability to manage own workload and prioritise calls
Desirable
  • Experience within a laboratory environment and/or software development environment
  • Full driving license

To apply

Please apply by submitting your CV to HR@LabLogic.com along with a cover letter explaining why you want to work for LabLogic and why you’re the ideal candidate for this role.

 LabLogic Inc - US

Service Engineer (Mid-West based)

The Role

We are looking for two field service engineers to join our service team, preferably one based on the West Coast and one based on the East Coast. The candidate will be responsible for providing installation, basic operator training, field service, validation and technical support to our customers. The position would suit someone with proven FSE experience, or someone looking to move from laboratory work to a FSE role. This is a great opportunity to work with a customer-focused company supporting several niche product lines. This position will be based out of hired candidate's home-based office and will require heavy travel.

Responsibilities

• On-site installation and basic operator training of instruments and software
• Preventive maintenance, upgrades and repair of our systems
• Perform validation services (IQ/OQ) of hardware and software
• Identify, analyze, diagnose, and repair products at customer's location
• Provide pre- and post-sales support
• Work closely with service director to coordinate schedule and prioritize service needs
• Assist as needed and as time allows with product demonstrations
• Prepare service reports and enter work performed in service database in a timely manner
• Maintain company equipment and property in order

Requirements

• Engineering/Biology/Chemistry related degree with knowledge of laboratory instrumentation and software
• 2 - 5 years professional field experience or laboratory background
• Experience and knowledge of liquid chromatography (HPLC) or liquid scintillation counting
• Must be highly motivated and have strong problem-solving ability
• Excellent verbal and written communications skills
• Must be able to work independently
• Computer and software experience and proficiency is a must

We offer a base salary of $50-70k DOE and an excellent benefits package, including: auto allowance, 401(k) with match, medical, dental and vision insurance, plus 3 weeks paid vacation.

To apply

Please apply by submitting your CV to HR@LabLogic.com along with a cover letter explaining why you want to work for LabLogic and why you’re the ideal candidate for this role.

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