Collins McNicholas

QC Analyst

Role Responsibilities:

  • Logging and testing activities carried out for the specified QC team
  • Achieving Lead-time targets (and proactively addressing barriers to achievement)
  • Ensuring full EHS compliance in QC activities
  • Ensuring full GLP compliance in QC activities
  • Ensuring full compliance in QC documentation and team activities
  • Facilitating improvements in QC processes
  • Meeting CAPA and other site metrics
  • Completing On-The-Job Training processes & training records
  • Supporting site projects.


Role Requirements:

  • Relevant Third Level Science Qualification
  • 2-3 years’ experience within a QC GLP laboratory in a Pharma/ Biotech company
  • Previous experience of GMP and GLP documentation with strong attention to detail.
  • Good communication skills with the ability to build relationships and trust.
  • Ability to work under pressure in an environment where a range of issues will pull upon your time and where there are likely to be conflicting priorities.


For a confidential discussion and more information on the role, please contact Rory Walsh on 021 4911063 or email

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