• Asbestos Bulk Analyst

    Job Locations UK-Bedfordshire-Luton | UK-Bedfordshire-Luton
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  • Overview

    Element has an opportunity for an Asbestos Bulk Analyst to join the team in Luton.


    • Deliver prompt and accurate results in support of our survey programmes and testing services
    • Analyse samples to detect asbestos using polarised light microscopy
    • Occasional client liaison on status of orders and test progress
    • Calibration of air testing and lab equipment in accordance with UKAS accreditation
    • Participation in RICE and AIMS schemes when required
    • Additional support to the site team on site as required
    • Additional duties as required

    Skills / Qualifications

    • P401 qualified
    • Significant experience within a UKAS accredited laboratory in the analysis of bulk samples from a variety of buildings/environments
    • Additional relevant PCerts would be advantageous
    • Knowledge and experience of working within the general laboratory environment is also beneficial
    • MS Office skills including Word and Excel
    • Team player who can work well under minimal supervision
    • Excellent organisation and prioritising skills are essential for this role as is strong written and verbal communication skills
    • Meticulous attention to detail and analytical thinking skills are also required

    Diversity Statement

    At Element, we always take pride in putting our people first. We are an equal opportunity employer that recognizes diversity and inclusion as fundamental to our Vision of becoming “the world’s most trusted testing partner”.


    All suitably qualified candidates will receive consideration for employment on the basis of objective work related criteria and without regard for the following: race, colour, age, religion, gender, national origin, disability, and/or protected veteran status, or other characteristics in accordance with the applicable governing laws.


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