Our client is a leading pharmaceutical company dedicated to upholding the highest quality standards in their industry. With a commitment to growth and excellence, they are currently seeking a Quality Control Analyst to join their dynamic team based in Portlaoise.
The Quality Control Analyst will be responsible for the day-to-day operation of the AnalyticalLaboratory and activities associated with the analytical testing, approval and release of Company products. The QC Analyst will be responsible for the timely and accurate testing of compendial testing of a variety of samples in a GMP environment, offering input and support to colleagues. The QC Analyst will report into the QC Supervisor.
Responsibilities Include, but are not limited to:
Analytical testing, communicating of results with both internal and external stakeholders
Support cross-training and development of colleagues.
Provide support to manufacturing with proactive, positive communication
Support laboratory quality systems, including OOS and OOT result data
Support method development and validation studies
Support validation studies
Ensure equipment is calibrated and maintained per schedule for laboratory
Ensure laboratory data is accurate and retained per company’s requirements
Support investigations of non-conforming product, out of specification product and customer complaints.
Support the management of water quality monitoring and testing
Maintain high Environmental Health and Safety standards
Support company and department goals, projects, and performance
Communicate with Third party testing laboratories where applicable
Other duties as required by the QC Supervisor
Ability to operate in a fast-paced, multi-disciplinary industrial environment
Strong people skills and a positive attitude required
Ability to work with counterparts in multiple departments to accomplish company’s goals.
Strong problem-solving, decision making, prioritization & trouble-shooting skills
BSc in Chemistry or a related discipline; equivalent Quality experience in an ISO9001/GMP environment may be considered.
Three years minimum in a GMP environment is preferred.
For a full job description and confidential discussion on this role please contact: Gillian Nicholson
firstname.lastname@example.org | 0906450665