Collins McNicholas

Our client, a start-up pharmaceutical company in Sligo, are looking to hire a QC Lab Analyst.


  • Assist in the design and set up of the QC lab. 
  • Qualification of new equipment. 
  • Assist in all Product Transfer activities include transfers from R&D and manufacturing sites, and assist in process improvement strategies for existing products.
  • Established and operates lab scale model of manufacturing processes.


  • Masters in Science (ideally chemistry or pharmaceutical science). 
  • Minimum of 5 years in the biotechnology or pharmaceutical industry. 
  • Experience of bioassays and viral titration. 
  • Experience with vaccines would be ideal. 

For a confidential discussion please contact Mark Whelan on 071 914 2411 or email

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