Collins McNicholas

Quality Assurance / Regulatory Affairs Specialist 

Currently recruiting a Quality Assurance or Regulatory Affairs Specialist for a client in the North West. 

Our client offers consultancy services to pharmaceutical and medical device companies around Ireland. 

Services offered in the area of quality management systems, regulatory advice, audit preparation etc. 

Attractive role that offers a wide variety of projects. 

Some travel required to client sites around Ireland. Flexibility on location or option to work remotely. 

Requires an individual with quality or regulatory affairs background who can work well on thier own initiative. A minimum of 3 years relevant experience is required. Honours Degree science or quality discipline qualification desired. 

Competitive salary on offer 

Please get in touch to discuss any further details


For a confidential discussion and more information on the role, please contact Davin Ferguson on 0719140251 or email

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