Technical Specialist (Analytical) role available with biopharma based in Tipperary
I'm delighted to be working with one of the most successful healthcare companies in the world specialising in the development, manufacture and distribution of a broad range of innovative products designed to improve human health.
The Analytical Development and Commercialisation (ADC) department is responsible for all analytical support to the site. This involves testing of raw materials, Excipients, Components, intermediates, Drug Substance and Drug product.
The position offers the opportunity to work with a team of professionals in a modern analytical laboratory using the most up to date technology and quality assurance procedures. The laboratory operates under Lean principles and employees the use of a wide variety of analytical techniques.
· Souring and procurement of Analytical Laboratory instrumentation
· Responsible for the execution of the yearly Laboratory Capital Equipment Installation plan
· Responsible for the generation and completion of SDLC Validation documentation for new equipment and COTS based computerised system introduced to the site
· Maintaining Analytical Laboratory instrumentation in validated state to support testing activities in accordance with site schedules and company policies, procedures and guidelines.
· Support the introduction of new technology and instrumentation to the site with a focus on Data Integrity principles.
· Responsible for the decommissioning of all equipment as appropriate.
· Be part of a dynamic team responsible for Data Integrity requirements for all computerised and non computerised systems across all the laboratories.
· Aid in the resolution of issues that may arise during laboratory instrument qualification and use
· Participate in assigned improvement projects.
Applications are invited from candidates who have a degree in Science (Chemistry, Physics or related Life Science) and/or relevant experience.
Morgan McKinley is acting as an Employment Agency and references to pay rates are indicative.