Industry and Supply Chain Careers

Accounting for 32% of the workforce, Industry and Supply Chain careers start where R&D stops, with the industrialisation, production and distribution of reagents, instruments and consumables.

They are supported by specialists in continuous improvement, procurement, purchasing and maintenance, who assist them throughout this process.

With a constant sense of reactivity, and a marked "solution" mindset, the upstream and downstream Supply Chain experts assure the shipment of products in France and worldwide and manage inventory.

Testimony

Some examples of Industry and Supply Chain jobs:

Biologist Technician Pilot Laboratory/Production/Quality Control

Role:

  • Working for the Pilot Laboratory or Production, you assure the production of trial batches or larger-scale production of the reagents in the line.
  • If working in Quality Control, you personally supervise the final inspection operations on these products.

Qualifications:

  • You have a BTS or DUT (2-year higher education diploma) in Biological Analyses, Biochemistry, Bio analyses and Controls, Biological Engineering and Biotechnologies.

Laboratory Evaluation Technician

Role:

  • You run tests and help evaluate and approve reagents and instruments after their development and modify products already industrialised.

Qualifications:

  • You have a BTS or DUT (2-year higher education diploma) in Biological Analyses, Biochemistry, Bio analyses and Controls, Biological Engineering and Biotechnologies plus a specialisation in Biomedical Instrumentation ideally.

Production Team Manager

Role:

  • You are in charge of the production of a line of products and coordinating a team of biologist technicians and production operators with a constant objective of respecting deadlines and quality standards.
  • You validate the records and propose upgrades of production procedures.

Qualifications:

  • You have an engineering degree in Biochemistry or Biological Engineering.

Maintenance Technician (industrial)

Role:

  • You assure preventive and corrective maintenance operations on process equipment and automated production systems, in compliance with quality procedures.
  • You contribute to the installation and commissioning of new equipment.

Qualifications:

  • You have a professional Baccalaureate or BTS/DUT (2-year higher education diploma) in electrical engineering or Industrial Maintenance.

"Instrument" development –"Instrument" integration Technician

Role:

  • You check that new instruments work, running the necessary tests for adjustments before commercialisation in the context of the Instruments Production process.

Qualifications:

  • You have a professional Baccalaureate or BTS/DUT (2-year higher education diploma) with a specialisation in Mechanics, electronics or electrical engineering.

Methods and Continuous Improvement Engineer

Role:

  • You carry out studies, implement and follow-up of productivity and continuous improvement actions and vouch for the consistency of all the projects undertaken.

Qualifications:

  • You have an engineering degree or Master’s specialised in Biology and/or Industrial Automation and/or Continuous Improvemen.

Buyer

Role:

  • Whether for production (mass and projects) or off-production, the Buyer’s job is to buy the products and services the company needs on the best terms (quality, cost, margin, delivery times).
  • You prospect, select and negotiate with suppliers and many internal customers.


Qualifications:

  • You have a top business school or engineering degree with a specialisation in purchasing and experience in the industrial sector.

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Samir L, Production Technician (reagents), Taverny – France

"At Stago I have been growing for nine years now, and I appreciate the fact that I can still learn something new every day. Since I work on a very wide range of products, and because I’m continually learning new methods, no two days are the same. Team work is also a very enriching part of the job. There’s a lot of interaction with my colleagues and I can also work independently. My bosses encourage me to come up with new ideas. They involve me in the continuous improvement process and regularly ask me to contribute in solving technical problems."