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QC Scientist

QC Scientist The QC Scientist is responsible for performing analytical work on raw materials, intermediate and finished product to support production and shipping schedules. Ensuring that all testing and data review is carried out within the required timelines and in compliance with Regulatory, GMP and GLP guidelines. Role ·Testing raw materials, intermediate and finished product ensuring that all testing and data review is carried out within the required timelines and in compliance with guidelines. ·Ensuring the Right First Time and laboratory KPI&rsq...

Location: Dublin,
QC Scientist
Dublin Not Disclosed

Senior QC Analyst

Senior QC Analyst Our Client, Multinational company based in Dublin are currently recruiting for multiple Senior QC Analyst role . This position will be suitable for Candidates with 4+ years extensive HPLC experience and potential for shift cover. Responsibility • Under minimal supervision, responsible for one or more of the following activities in QC including analytical testing, characterization, method development, sample and data management and equipment maintenance. • Contributes to team by ensuring the quality of the tasks/services provided b...

Location: Dublin,
Senior QC Analyst
Dublin Not Disclosed

QC Microbiology Analyst Career Profile

The QC Microbiologist is responsible for providing testing and technical support in the Microbiology QC laboratory
Responsibilities:
  • Collection, processing, and testing samples of components, water, bulk and finished products, in-process materials, scale-up, validation, cleaning validations, international components and products and research and development (R&D) to guarantee that they conform with specifications and standard operating procedures (SOPs)
  • Fully proficient in approximately 90% of the laboratory functions
  • Possess foresight to see a task that needs performing and performs the trained task without the request of management
  • Reviews and/or writes the following documents: SOPs, laboratory investigations, development studies and protocols, cleaning validation protocols, and sampling protocols. Provides technical support and trouble-shooting for microbiological issues internally and externally. Complies with cGMPs and safety training and regulations
  • Maintains an environment of respect and teamwork with all coworkers
  • Assists management as a professional advisor and authoritative figure on issues pertaining to specialized and detailed microbiological duties to support internal and external contacts including but not limited to microorganism identification, antimicrobial effectiveness challenge, microbiological testing method validation, and maintenance of bacterial and fungal cultures
  • Performs more advanced microbial testing projects and investigations under the direction of the QC Micro manager
  • Responsible for initiating, researching and writing technical investigations relating to laboratory testing issues. This includes initiating events, when applicable
  • Assists manufacturing and QA in the completion of investigations requiring Microbiological input
  • Communicates with other departments to coordinate efforts for timely release of all material. Assists management as a professional advisor and authoritative figure on issues pertaining to specialized and detailed microbiological duties to support internal and external contacts including but not limited to microorganism identification, antimicrobial effectiveness challenge, microbiological testing method validation, and maintenance of bacterial and fungal cultures