Collins McNicholas

Our client, a leading pharmaceutical company in Sligo, is looking to hire a Process Chemist.

Responsibilities:

  • Provide technical support across a range of new products.
  • Develop new and innovative processes to deliver cost reductions.
  • Apply project management tools to support NPI projects. 
  • Execute the manufacture of commercial APIs within our high-potent gram scale GMP facility.
  • Work closely with R&D to support technical transfer projects.
  • Adheres to and supports all EHS standards, procedures and policies.

Requirements:

  • Fluent in practical and theoretical aspects of synthetic organic chemistry.
  • Firm understanding of process scale-up concepts.
  • Experience in new product introductions to pharmaceutical facilities is desirable.
  • Experience in a range of analytical techniques, in particular chromatography and physical characterization.
  • Irrespective of years of experience, a proven track record in taking ownership of technical problems and developing safe & elegant solutions is a fundamental requirement.
  • Minimum hons degree in organic chemistry (preferably a PhD). 

For a confidential discussion please contact Mark Whelan on 071 914 2411 or email mark.whelan@collinsmcnicholas.ie

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