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QC Anlayst

  • Salary: Negotiable
  • Job type: Contract
  • Location: Tipperary
  • Sector: Science
  • Date posted: 03/08/2018
  • Job reference: BBBH15255

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QC Analyst


A QC Analyst is required to join a leading pharmaceutical company. This position offers an impressive and unique opportunity for interested candidates. This position requires people who want to be challenged, have a passion for success, and a constant drive to exceed expectations.

This role will be responsible for analysing raw material, in-process and finished product as well as stability samples according to the relevant specifications while ensuring the documenting and reporting of same is conducted in accordance with good laboratory practices. This is a perfect opportunity to join a select team that has already established itself as a frontrunner leading the way in the Pharmaceutical industry.


  • Supporting Laboratory Set-up activities
  • Preparing Laboratory procedures, specifications, protocols & reports as required
  • Conduct Laboratory testing and investigations per SOP, applicable regulations and cGMP
  • Test methods include HPLC, GC, Karl Fischer, UV
  • Performing peer review of documentation as required
  • Conduct Analytical method verification, validation and technical transfer as required
  • Management of Laboratory consumables ordering and tracking
  • Supports preparation for regulatory audits/visits ad ongoing audit readiness
  • Ensure all required training has been carried out to ensure that procedures are followed and meet all quality requirements.
  • Escalate issues with quality, processes and materials to the Department Head.
  • Work closely with support staff such as technicians, Engineering, Operations Head/designee, Materials/Warehouse.
  • Operate in compliance with Global Policies, Procedures and Guidelines, regulatory requirements as applicable and execute current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP) in the performance of day to day activities and all applicable work functions.


  • A BSc Degree (life science) in conjunction with at least 2 years work experience working within a pharmaceutical cGLP environment (HPRA and FDA approved)
  • A minimum of 12 months practical/working experience of HPLC & GC testing methods


  • Do not hesitate to reach out to Jack on 01-6455250 or email your CV to jack.conway-kenny AT