This page contains short interviews with current staff with the aim of providing an overview of some of the exciting roles that we have in the company, an insight into the type of people that we employ and how a career at Porton Biopharma could suit you.
Karen - Support Unit Supervisor
A proportion of our staff come from the local community and once here they often stay for many years, develop their skills and progress their careers as we find out from Karen
Samantha - Production Technician
Here we speak to Samantha who originally worked for us several years ago but re-joined us a few months ago after having spent some time living and working in the Canaries
Charlotte - Process Development Scientist
Having a background in the forensic analysis of body fluids may not immediately appear directly related to biopharmaceuticals, but the two disciplines do share common approaches as we discover from talking to Charlotte
Tamsin - Project Manager
Tamsin joined us in April 2016 having wanted to make the move into the pharmaceutical side of healthcare and so that she could develop her project management skills.
Panos - Process Engineer
Here we speak to Panos, a process engineer responsible for running the control systems that operate our main pharmaceutical production facility.
Helen - Lead GxP Archivist
Having a science background isn’t a requirement for working for the company as we find out from Helen, our Lead Archivist.
Mark - Cleanroom Engineer
Mark, like many of our staff, is not the first in his family to work here and describes how his career has developed over the years.
Mark - Logistics Functional Manager
Here we interview Mark, who is responsible for managing the pharmaceutical stores and dispatch departments of PBL that deal with all the raw materials coming on site that are used in our pharmaceutical manufacturing facilities , and then the finished products when they leave site for dispatch around the world.
Phil - Stores Team Leader
Phil started with us 8 years ago and since then he has gone from being a member of the team in a our pharmaceutical stores to supervisor and now is team leader