Collins McNicholas

Job Summary 

Quality Systems Analyst for the MODA LIMS project as part of the extended Data Management Team. Working as part of the cross site projects team to translate current environmental monitoring requirements into MODA lims systems configurations. Configuration, testing, and review of MODA LIMS as part of the Laboratory Data Management Team. Creating MODA lims procedures. Training of end users. Rollout of MODA LIMS system . Highlighting and tracking issues to resolution.

Skills/Experience 

  • Science Degree or Equivalent. Practical experience of Environmental Monitoring processes, testing, and governing documents. Experience of laboratory information management systems a plus.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of Environmental Monitoring processes.
  • Laboratory Information Management Systems experience.

For a confidential discussion and more information on the role, please contact Stephen Kelly on 091-706714.

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