Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be a QC Analyst? Please see some feedback from a recent QC Analyst I've placed to help gain some insight.
My day starts with checking the purified and waste water systems. Next is the morning meeting where we learn the production schedule for that day (or upcoming days). Then I spilt between testing raw materials, in-process chemistry or final products. This also involves reviewing paperwork for release of batches.
Pharmaceutical has strong presence in Cork. There are many opportunities to move within or between companies. Pay and opportunities are good. And work is interesting
No day is the same, and you are supporting production or doing projects. It’s good to be involved in helping make important drugs, and know that you are making a difference.
Do your homework! Know what companies are around, what they do, what positions they are hiring etc. use LinkedIn and have a tailored CV for each position. Network, network, network. Don’t blanket apply, try get feedback from your rejections so you can improve. Don’t give up!
Very positive experience with Morgan McKinley and Julieann. Gave me a lot of time and advice before and after the process. Hope we can work together again sometime (maybe not too soon though )
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