One of the fastest growing technology businesses in the UK is looking for a full time person to help them in their logistics team. This is a 3 month, full time position based at their Nottingham offices.
In this role you will be working with smart phones and tablets, setting them up from scratch, loading on company software, testing and re testing them before organising their shipment around the globe. This is a methodical, attention to detail job with a good degree of repetition. They have a small friendly and very busy team so you would be guaranteed to have plenty to do and lots to learn!
They would love to hear from people with logistical experience but it is by no means essential. They are prepared to train up anyone who comes to us with a high attention to detail, strong organisational skills can demonstrate that they can work to deadlines.
They have recruited new graduates and experienced professionals into this role in the past. Many have joined them on contract and then taken on permanent roles and indeed been promoted into other parts of the business so they are confident that there will be development opportunities in both the logistics team and other departments.
The Key elements of the job are
- Under the guidance of the supervisor, unpacking devices, logging details and checking in mobile devices using an Inventory Management Tool, installing SIM cards, and installing company software and applications.
- Follow a project specific script to configure and set up mobile devices and ancillaries.
- Preparing devices for shipment, packaging and ensuring the phones are dispatched on time, to the correct specification, and in the correct quantity.
This company is a fast growing and innovative technology company based in Nottingham with offices in the U.S. and Canada. At their heart they are a patient engagement organization, delivering mobile applications for Android, iOS & Web that can be used to help support people with chronic conditions. Using smartphone, tablet and web services, often combined with wearable and medical device technologies, they provide their customers with solutions that gather evidence and insights for clinical research and healthcare programs.
They work with some of the biggest pharmaceutical businesses in the world, and more importantly their patients, to help assess the effectiveness of new drugs. It's their job to gather patient data in a way that fits in with their day to day lives so that they can help get some of these amazing life changing, and indeed, life-saving treatments on to the market so that all can benefit from these medical breakthroughs. Some examples of their current clinical studies include several new cancer drugs and various diabetes projects. They also work in respiratory health with asthma sufferers and on a long term study to reduce the risk of premature babies.