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Diagnostic Technologists (Science Graduates)

Our client, a global healthcare leader who specialises in life-changing technologies is recruiting for a number of Diagnostic Technologists to join their expanding team for initially a 12-month contract. If you are a Science Graduate and are looking to advance your career, please get in contact with us today.


Responsibilities

As a Diagnostic Technologist (Science Graduate), you will be responsible for:

  • Ensuring the area meets its production schedule targets.

  • Carrying out operations such as: 

    • Solution Formulation

    • Tank Mixing

    • Computer applications e.g. BPCS, ePAS, & MES

  • Carrying out operations in the Solution Prep areas, ensuring that all documentation is complete and compliant.

  • Performing line clearances and line closeouts.

  • Working with Technical Specialists to identify, document, investigate and remedy the cause of product testing issues, in compliance with site CA/PA system requirements.  

  • Adhering to all GLP and GMP requirements and ensuring safety standards are met and safe working practices are adhered to.


Requirement

  • A third-level qualification in a relevant Scientific discipline.

  • The ability to commute or relocate to Longford for these roles.


What You'll Receive

  • Comprehensive industry training and experience.

  • Competitive salary.

  • Healthcare cover.

  • Pension.

  • Life Insurance.

  • 21 days paid annual leave.

  • Educational Assistance.

  • Learning and Development Programmes.

  • Employee Assistance Programme (EAP).

  • Workplace Wellness Programmes.

  • Onsite parking and cafeteria.


For a confidential discussion and more information on these Diagnostic Technologists (Science Graduate) roles, please contact Emma Cawley.

emma.cawley@collinsmcnicholas.ie

071-9140258