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Search Results for Chemist
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Senior Scientist (Analytical Operations)

Our client is a global leader in the Pharmaceutical Sector, based in Cork. They are currently seeking a Senior Scientist for their Analytical Operations team. The person will have a strong background in Dissolution, HPLC, KF, UPLC and who has extensive experience of LIMS. An advanced qualification in Chemistry or Biology coupled with a minimum of 5+ years analytical & drug product testing experience is essential. Experience of API & Drug Product desired. This is a Senior role on the team so the successful person will be very strong on communication within...

Location: Cork,
Senior Scientist (Analytical Operations)
Cork Not Disclosed

QC Chemist

Job Title: QC Chemist Reporting to: QC Lead Job Role and Responsibilities: Perform analysis of in-process, raw material, final product and stability samples and review same as per schedules in accordance with cGMP and all other regulatory requirements. To interpret raw data & results and document as per written procedures. To carry out the qualification, maintenance and calibration of QC Instrumentation as per schedules ensuring relevant KPI’s are met. To troubleshoot problems which occur when using instr...

Location: Dublin,
QC Chemist
Dublin Not Disclosed
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Career Profile

A general role which can encompass everythign from product and process development, to analysis andf evern early-stage research. Organic chemists are specialists in designing molecules, whereas physical chemists have more relevance to engineering and materials-based environments.