Live Events Technicians – Electronics
Christmas is too sparkly… said no one ever.
The winter holidays wouldn’t be the same without the twinkling of lights everywhere. Live Events Technicians are key to putting the sparkle into long winter nights. With expertise in installing and operating complex electronic equipment, they transform our high streets with impressive electrical displays.
Stage technician – engineering
The best way to spread Christmas cheer is singing loud for all to hear.
For many, it’s live theatre with its special effects and unbelievable staging that brings magic to Christmas. Stage Engineering Technicians play a key role in making the magic happen, by using their engineering skills to bring the most ambitious set designs to life whilst keeping performers safe. Want a trap door, disappearing wall, or rotating stage? These guys can make that happen.
Quality Technician – manufacturing
It is quality rather than quantity that matters
Setting up electronic systems to inspect goods; making notes of defects; ensuring everything that heads to its home under the Christmas tree is of the utmost quality. This isn’t a description of an elf's responsibilities at the North Pole, but of a Quality Technician in manufacturing. With technical expertise, they make sure that everything produced is up to scratch. Make sure to say thank you otherwise it will be a lump of coal for you!
Pharmacy technician - flu jabs
Christmas will always be as long as we stand heart to heart and hand in hand.
Over recent years we have become even more thankful for good health and how it can keep others safe and allow us to be together with our loved ones. Pharmacy Technicians are key to making sure we’re protected from the nasty bugs that could keep us apart; preparing medicines, offering advice and stepping forward to issue COVID-19 vaccines when needed. Thank you to Pharmacy Technicians and the NHS! 💙