Ian Bayliss CV1 (2)

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Published on January 5, 2017

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1. Ian Bayliss 8 Poplars Avenue, Warrington, Cheshire WA2 9LQ Home 01925487954, Mobile 07491637703 ianbayliss43@gmail.com Profile I am a conscientious and efficient individual, who is cooperative and flexible with an outgoing personality. I take great pride in my time keeping and I have excellent inter personal skills. I enjoy working with a wide range of people and am comfortable working in a team or in a stand-alone role. I am not afraid of hard work and am willing to learn new skills and welcome new challenges. Employment Catalent Pharma Solution, Bolton August 2016 - Present My current role with the company is Pre-Production Coordinator. The main tasks are to issue the paperwork for the Production department, this involved amending Packing Operation and issue the material on the inventory control system (JDE), making sure all the paperwork is in place prior to the manufacturing of the Clinical trial drugs. Thermo Fisher Scientific (was Life Technologies), Warrington March 1998 – July 2016 I have been with Thermo Fisher Scientific for 18 years in various roles where I have developed both technical and interpersonal skills. Working in a highly regulated environment, I am used to working to high standards and in an environment of continuous improvement. I am also a qualified First aider and a member of the ERT team (Emergency Response Team), dealing with any chemical spills. This can involve me having to wear full self-contained breathing apparatus. Senior Manufacturing Engineer May 2009 – July 2016 This was a new role, concentrating on the support aspects of the department. My job involved updating the processing documents using the internal control systems (Agile) and assisting the NPI (New Product Induction) team in the packaging aspect of new productions and product transfers. My main responsibilities were writing processing documentation and standard operating procedures, designing and testing the print on demand labels and selecting the right packaging materials. I became the ‘go to person’ for the site for printing and designing the labels. I recently undertook a GHS label update project updating the labels for 140 different products following a change in European GHS rules and regulations.

2. Packaging Supervisor March 2003 – April 2009 Within this role it was my responsibility to schedule work for the team of 14 Operators and to ensure that the required work adherences were met. The role also involved me releasing the finished products onto the internal inventory system (SAP). This promotion also meant a chance to improve my computer skills. Packaging Technician March 1998 – March 2003 My first role when joining the company was operating the semi-automated powder filling machine as well as the manual filling machine. This involved working with very fine particle powders like Amino acids and Amidite, which were required to be handled using a high level of PPE (Personal protective equipment). I was involved in the transfer of the first HID (Human Identification) products to the Warrington site. The HID products are packaged in a cleanroom environment (ISO 7) where special gowning procedures have to be followed. The products contain various micro vial tubes which are filled using an automated filling machine and then packaged into various shape boxes and labeled using print on demand labels, the products are then shrink wrapped. All aspect of the manufacturing process had to be performed to high level of cleanliness to help the products be DNA free. Part of my role as packaging technician was to maintain the material inventory by using a kanban systems and 5S system which helped the department maintain stock levels. Sainsburys Plc, Liverpool Warehouse Operative March 1994 – March 1998 My responsibilities included managing stock levels on the shop floor, ordering and stock inventory control for frozen foods, beers, wines and spirits. I was also trained as a cashier to help out whenever required. Huyton Churches Training (YTS), Knowsley Trainee Painter and Decorator April 1991 – March 1994 During this period I was on placement with 2 different companies where I learnt the fundamentals of Painting & Decorating and achieved my NVQ.

3. Education & Training Arco October 2008 Self-contained breathing apparatus Pass and re qualify every 2 years ILM Sept 2008 – Nov 2008 First line management Pass St Johns Ambulance, Warrington August 2008 First Aid Pass and re qualify every 2 years Knowsley Community College Sept 1991 – June 1993 Painting and Decorating NVQ All 10 modules pass Knowsley Higherside Comprehensive City and Guilds Sept 1988 – May 1991 Maths - Distinction English - Pass Interests Most of my free time is taken up by my 2 young children, but I am still a keen follower of football and rugby league and enjoy running and playing golf. I also like listening to most types of music as well as socialising with family and friends. References Referee Mr Simon Jolley (via HR department) Manufacturing Manager, Thermo Fisher Scientific 7 Kingsland Grange, Woolston, Warrington, WA1 4SR 01925282700 Referee Mr Michael Everson Company Director Everson Home Solution 26 Tomlinson Avenue, Warrington, WA2 8EA 07794018728

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