Careers

Recruitment Administrator

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The Recruitment Administrator will be responsible for processing all documentation and administration related to recruitment. You will be responding to daily queries and escalating to the Head of Recruitment where necessary. You will have strong administration skills, excellent communication skills (both written and verbal), excellent organisational skills with the ability to manage multiple recruitment campaigns to deadline.

You will build solid business partnerships across the business (and with external partners and agencies) ensuring that we provide a value-added service to the business.

• Assist with all documentation required during the recruitment and selection process for all internal and external positions, including creating job descriptions, personnel specifications, placing adverts, liaising with partners and agencies, arranging interviews. Ensuring sound candidate management through to appointment.

• Assist with creating contractual documentation in relation to appointments, liaising with relevant parties to ensure onboarding process is managed professionally.

• Create documentation relating to variation of contracts.

• Maintain trackers in relation to recruitment and selection ensuring that they are up to date and accurate.

Salary £17,000 – £20,000 (prorated for less than 37.5 hours).


Essential Requirements

  • At least 2 years recruitment admin experience.
  • Good working knowledge of Microsoft packages including Word, Excel and Outlook.

HR Administrator

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The HR Administrator will be responsible for processing all documentation and administration related to HR matters. You will be responding to daily queries and escalating to the Head of HR where necessary. You will have strong administration skills, excellent communication skills (both written and verbal), excellent organisational skills.

  • Responsible for all transactional HR administration.
  • Assisting in matters involving new employee offers, onboarding, chasing right to work, annual leave and absences, benefits administration, employee maintenance, offboarding.
  • Creating new employee documentation including contracts.
  • Adding new employees to HR systems when system is implemented.
  • Co-ordinating the induction and probationary process for new employees.
  • Producing paperwork relating to promotions, bonus payments, salary increases, flexible working requests, maternity etc.

 

Essential Requirements

  • At least 2 years HR admin experience.
  • Good working knowledge of Microsoft packages including Word, Excel and Outlook.

Clinic Bank Staff 

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Due to the rapid growth of our diagnostic testing business, new are seeking to employ Band 3 nurses and experienced swabbers for our clinics in Liverpool, Manchester and the Wirral. This will be an ongoing need as we hope to establish a bank of staff with these skills.

*Immediate need to cover shifts between now and the New Year in Liverpool, Manchester and the Wirral* 

Main Duties 

  • Greet clients and visitors with a positive, helpful attitude ensuring clients are adhering to safety protocols (wearing masks etc).
  • Check identification and take responsibility for ensuring screening forms are completed and stored confidentially and in an organised manner.
  • Answering phone calls and dealing with client queries.
  • Obtain oropharyngeal (swab from the throat) swabs from persons attending the clinic and complete administration during the testing process e.g. confirm patient name & contact details; label tubes, package swab tubes etc.


Essential Criteria

  • Min Band 3 nurse or Experienced Swabber with clinical / health setting experience.

Customer Service Agents

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The customer service agents will be the first point of contact for service users of our clients’ test clinics, private health testing and enquiries (by call, email, live chat, social media etc) as such will need to be customer focused and able to deliver a compassionate and efficient service.

Main Duties
• Answering client communication and dealing with enquiries

  • Managing correspondence
  • Managing booking system
  • Ensuring accurate understanding of client needs
  • Deal with client complaints as they arise
  • Provide support and comprehensive service information to clients
  • Build positive relationships with clients either on the phone, online or via email


Full training will be provided

Essential criteria

  • Minimum 1 year experience of working in a customer service environment
  • Minimum 1 year Administration experience (MS Office / Printing / Document Management)
  • Clear and concise verbal and written communication skills

Desirable (but not essential)

  • 1 year experience within a call centre / customer booking environment

QA & Training Nurse 

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Lead training sessions for new test administrators in PCR and antigen swabbing and result reading. This includes training staff in oropharyngeal and nasopharyngeal swabbing and how to read and interpret accurately an antigen test.

Attend open day of new clinics to support and ensure good practice from the outset.

Carry out regular clinical audits of practice and standards in clinic settings.

Compile reports for Head of Nursing.

Deliver coaching sessions to correct bad practice.

Ongoing training to maintain high standards of practice across all clinics will be led by post holder.

Essential Criteria

Must hold NMC registration, RN, RM, RMN or RCN.

Qualified a minimum of 2 years.

Must be comfortable challenging poor practice.

Ability to travel within a radius of Central Birmingham such as Leicester, Derby, Nottingham.

Desirable Criteria 

Experience of mentoring student nurses desirable but not essential.

Compliance Manager (Assets)

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The Compliance Manager will be responsible for ensuring building compliance across our sites and driving forward Health, Safety and Compliance standards.

Main Duties and Responsibilities 

  • Leading a team of contract managers and supporting them with upholding the required standards.
  • Driving forward Health, Safety and Compliance standards.
  • Delivering key projects across a broad property portfolio.
  • Managing all aspects of compliance works across the business.
  • Building strong relationships with internal and external stakeholders
  • Auditing and analysing ongoing work and projects. 
  • Providing reports including risk assessments to the senior leadership team.
     

Essential Requirements 

  • Proven experience (5 years+) in health, safety and compliance standards within a diverse property portfolio.
  • Experience of delivering key property projects – both new build and leasing.
  • Knowledge of property related compliance, including areas such as landlord compliance.
  • Strong knowledge of and experience in Health and Safety standards 
  • People management experience (min 2 years).
  • Experience of auditing existing projects and planning the delivery of upcoming projects. 


Desirable Requirements 

Degree in a related subject area (Estate management or similar).

Contracts Manager

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Supporting the Compliance Manager to implement the estate services strategy across a diverse portfolio.

Main Duties and Responsibilities 

  • Identifying the contractual services required for an Asset Development  Function for a large and diverse portfolio of properties.
  • Negotiation and assurance of all contracts within your portfolio.
  • Ensuring compliance with Health, Safety and Compliance standards. 
  • Assisting in the delivery of key projects across a broad property portfolio.
  • Monitoring budgets with close attention to detail.
  • Auditing all aspects of compliance works across the business.
  • Building strong relationships with internal and external stakeholders.
  • Contractual management of ongoing work and projects. 
  • Providing reports on all contracts to the Compliance manager and senior leadership team.

 
Essential Requirements 

  • Proven experience (3 years+) in contract negotiation and assurance.
  • Proven experience (2+years) in health, safety and compliance standards within a diverse property portfolio.
  • Experience of managing property contracts – new build and leasing.
  • Knowledge of property related compliance, including areas such as landlord compliance.
  • Experience of auditing existing projects and planning the delivery of upcoming projects.
  • In-depth knowledge of contract formation and a proven track record of successful contract implementation.

 
Desirable Requirements 

  • Degree in a related subject area (Estate management or similar).
  • A health and safety qualification e.g. IOSH, NEBOSH General or equivalent.

Project Manager

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Nationwide travel inspecting and overseeing new build projects of labs/clinics initially, although the role is expected to expand to include other building works.


Main Duties and Responsibilities 

  • Support the management of construction projects from inception to conclusion.
  • Accountability for all aspects of delivery including risks, issues, scope, cost and timeline.
  • Liaison with internal and external stakeholders including sub contractors.
  • Ensure contract compliance through close liaison with Contract Manager, Compliance Manager and regular site inspections.
  • Ensure all projects delivered within budget and to health, safety and compliance guidelines.
  •  Capture all extras and snags and ensure all completed within deadline and budget.
  • Attend required site meetings.
  • Provide regular progress updates and project delivery forecasts.
  • Support new business development including the development of new commercial proposals.
  • Create comprehensive project documentation.

 

Essential Requirements 

  • Proven experience (3 years+) in project management within the property/ construction industry.
  • Proven experience (2+years) in health, safety and compliance standards within a diverse property portfolio.
  • Experience of managing new build property projects.
  • Ability to communicate effectively with internal and external stakeholders e.g. building control and HSE. 
  • Proven competence in reading build plans and structural calculations.

 

Desirable Requirements 

  • Qualification in project management e.g. Prince2 or similar.

Procurement Manager

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DAM Health is seeking an experienced Procurement Manager to manage purchasing, who will be responsible for evaluating suppliers, products and services, negotiating contracts and ensuring that approved purchases are cost-efficient and of high quality. Servicing multiple sites in the UK and the rest of the world to develop and maintain a global supplier base and ensure the effective procurement of supplies to meet business needs. The position of Procurement Manager will be involved in all aspects of procurement at DAM Health to agreed timescales and budgets. They will ensure the development of effective procurement processes to meet the objectives of the organisation. All procurement must achieve optimum value for money, comply with all current legislation, best practice and is free from error and any potential for legal challenge.

The Ideal Person 

To be part of this evolving business, the Procurement Manager will need an analytical mind and keep up with product and service trends. Must be able to negotiate well, embrace change, be committed to the organisation and have a demonstrable track record across a range of skills, experience and personal qualities that will add value to the DAM Group operation. The successful candidate will have a demonstrable track record in managing procurement processes in a fast paced, rapidly growing business.


Essential Requirements 

  • Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent) qualification in a related subject e.g. business administration or similar OR 2+ years experience in a procurement or supply chain function
  • Proven ability to manage, prioritise and meet deadlines with a demanding workload, including the ability to work unsupervised when necessary
  • Significant and demonstrable knowledge of UK public procurement law
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office and purchasing software.
  • Strong communication and negotiation skills.
  • Ability to compile, produce, summarise and present management/statistical/technical reports (and other documentation), using strong analytical skills and ensuring attention to detail.
  • Ability to develop and maintain international relationships
  • Ability to travel independently with full current driving licence and vehicle.
  • Be prepared to travel within the UK and also internationally


Desirable Requirements 

  • 2 years procurement / supply chain experience in a fast-paced medical service sector business environment
  • Previous experience of working with international clients / suppliers

Assistant Stock and Logistics Manager

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A dynamic and forward-thinking individual with proven logistics experience to support our Distribution Manager with strategy and growth plans. Key to our success is a great team culture with a strong work ethic and we are looking for people who are enthusiastic, ambitious and want to be part of a dynamic, entrepreneurial company.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Support operational strategy for warehousing & logistics service , now and future, in line with overall business strategy, including, but not limited to, managing couriers, responsibility for bringing courier service in house, recruitment and management of drivers, route planning, developing contingencies for breakdowns/sickness, providing visibility on samples (real time tracking), efficient use of company vehicles, fuel and maintenance cost.
  • Review and develop most cost effective and operationally efficient working practices in line with our approach to Operational Excellence and Commercial success.
  • Review and coordinate third party logistics partners to ensure best value service and maximum efficiency.
  • Develop in-house logistics services.


Essential Requirements 

  • 2+ years’ experience of leading fast-moving stock and logistics operations.
  • A customer centric, solutions focused approach.
  • Driven to meet deadlines in line with compliance.
  • Strong commercial and financial acumen with an analytical mindset.
  • Effective engagement skills and an ability to influence various stakeholders.
  • A team player and willingness to get stuck in.
  • Be a proactive and clear thinker who finds solutions under pressure and develops effective strategic plans.
  • Flexibility to manage and adapt to fast-paced change and the challenges that brings.
  • Resilience and positive attitude in challenging situations.
  • A robust decision maker who can quickly find and analyse facts to make quickly decisions.
  • Excellent with IT particularly in Microsoft Office.


Desirable Experience

  • Full clean driving licence.
  • A background in a fast-moving service industry
  • Experience in customer facing project management.
  • Experience in a clinical setting would be helpful, but not essential.

Lab Manager

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Along with the rest of our Laboratory and other Operational Managers throughout the UK and Europe you will be responsible for the development and implementation of strategies that deliver high performing COVID testing clinics. This is your opportunity to make a difference and be involved right from the start, in the establishment of the business in NI.

COVID testing is the main activity within the role right now, however we are inviting applications from forward-thinking individuals who will help us take our new strategies forward, and help the company succeed, whilst also gaining progression in their own career.

The Ideal Person

To be part of this evolving business, our new Laboratory Manager will be a self-motivated individual who is willing to take on a new challenge.

Essential Requirements

  • Master’s degree in biomedical sciences or a related biological sciences degree.
  • Minimum 3 years Lab Management experience in practical aspects of one or more Biological Characterisation techniques.
  • Knowledge of working with Kingfisher Flex.
  • Knowledge in method validation and a clear understanding of laboratory protocols and enforcing high standards.
  • Extensive knowledge and experience with RT-PCR.
  • Ability to maintain the lab in high standards of Health and Safety.
  • Stock and Asset control.
  • Protein chemistry (CE, CD, SDS Page).
  • Strong background and experience in training, supervising and coordinating a team of lab technicians.
  • Thorough understanding of GDPR.
  • Project Management experience preferable but not essential.

 

Lab Supervisor

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The Laboratory Supervisor is responsible for ensuring the laboratory runs smoothly and completes all the required testing and analysis required by the business and our customers, within and beyond the UK

Main Duties 

  • To supervise all activities within the laboratory and complete all necessary admin
  • Ensure all testing is completed according to procedures and schedule
  • Routine maintenance/calibration checks of laboratory equipment against agreed schedule and standards
  • Review and report inconsistencies and out of specification results to the Laboratory Manager
  • Participate in laboratory audits as required
  • Participate in laboratory projects as required
  • Maintain standards of the laboratory as required
  • Work within laboratory quality and health and safety requirements maintaining the needs of external legislative requirements
  • Good communication through the team members and other departments to maximise performance of the team
  • Following technical requirements at every stage to ensure consistency
  • Proactive role in H&S within the laboratory


Essential criteria

  • BSc or similar in Biological Chemical, Biochemical or Biomedical Laboratory experience.
  • Minimum 2 years’ experience in a working Lab environment.
  • Swift and proficient use of a scientific pipette.
  • Excellent social skills and the ability to work affectively in a team.
  • Ability to plan & organise rotas and own work loads.
  • Attention to detail & accurate record keeping.
  • Flexibility and motivation to complete tasks to allocated quantities and deadlines.
  • Must be comfortable in a high-pressure, developing environment.
  • Stock and Asset control
  • Protein chemistry (CE, CD, SDS Page).
  • Experience in training, supervising and coordinating a team of lab technicians.
  • Thorough understanding of GDPR.
  • Project Management experience preferable but not essential.

Lab Technician

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Laboratory Technicians to be based at Cornhill laboratory

This is a dynamic fast growing company with exciting opportunities ahead!!

Main Duties 

  • Collects, records, and transcribes routine and non-routine data.
  • Performs routine and non-routine calculations; creates routine and non-routine tables, charts and graphs.
  • Will perform fundamental tasks that include safely preparing large amounts of samples for RT-PCR testing.
  • Take measurements on a micro-scale.
  • Must effectively use computer for data entry and effectively use spreadsheets and summarise reports in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel and PowerPoint).
  • Must maintain safety and organisation of the lab.
  • Updating records and tracking samples
  • Ensuring sample integrity is maintained throughout the lifetime of the sample.
  • Perform quality control tests on ingredients, completed products and product samples.
  • Follow all company policies and procedures to ensure product integrity and quality control.

 

Essential criteria

  BSc or similar in Biological Chemical, Biochemical or Biomedical Laboratory experience.

  • Minimum 2 years’ experience in a working Lab environment.
  • Swift and proficient use of a scientific pipette.
  • Excellent social skills and the ability to work affectively in a team.
  • Ability to plan & organise rotas and own work loads.
  • Attention to detail & accurate record keeping.
  • Flexibility and motivation to complete tasks to allocated quantities and deadlines.
  • Must be comfortable in a high-pressure, developing environment.

Lab Administrator

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DAM Health is looking for pro-active and dedicated Laboratory Administrators to join our fast paced, ever expanding business in Cornhill. The role will be to provide clerical support to our laboratory managers and coordinate all daily administrative activities. The successful candidate will be confident, enthusiastic and highly motivated and able to deal with a wide range of administration tasks including liaising with external stakeholders via telephone and email. Written and verbal communication skills are therefore imperative.

*VARIOUS SHIFTS OVER 24 HOURS / 7 DAYS A WEEK AVAILABLE*

The Ideal Person 

DAM Group has invested significant resource into the development of our Organisation in the rapidly changing and evolving conditions of the current pandemic. To be part of this evolving business, you need to be able to multitask, enjoy driving the administrative requirements of different projects at the same time then this is a role you should definitely consider.

Being a DAM Health Administrator, you need to have strong interpersonal skills as you will be communicating with various levels of staff, be able to work both within a tight knit team and autonomously and be motivated to make a success of all tasks that come with the role.

The ideal person maintains a positive and friendly company image by acting as the first line of contact to stakeholders and clients.

Duties Include

  • Provide efficient, timely and accurate processing of laboratory administration
  • Develop and maintain effective working relationships with the administration teams for all labs within the company.
  • Develop and maintain effective customer service via telephone and email with external customers.
  • Produce information/statistical visit reports.
  • Booking in S.amples
  • Generate invoices and certificates, issue and send certificates to customers where required.
  • Filing and archiving.
  • Respond to customer queries including technical and administrative.
  • Maintain the excellent reputation of DAM Health for current and future customers.
  • Meet deadlines with complete and accurate information.
  • Systems and records updates.
  • As required, represent the company in support of the Laboratory Business Team.

 

Essential Requirements

  • One years’ experience in administration.

 

Desirable requirements

  • Customer service experience.
  • Ability to respond to changing priorities and work in a fast-paced environment.
  • Attention to detail and time management skills.