QC Microbiologist

  • Salary: From €20 per hour DOE
  • REF Number: 00049283
  • Consultant: Natasha Young
  • Contact: 01246 457739
  • Date Published: 17.11.2020
  • Sector: Pharmaceutical
  • Location: Swords, Co Dublin, Ireland (Cork area), Ireland (Dublin area)
  • Discipline: Microbiology

CK Group are recruiting for a QC Microbiologist to join a biopharmaceutical company at their site based in Dublin on a contract basis for 11 months.

Company: Our client has a long history of pushing the boundaries of science in order to help fight some the worlds most urgent global health challenges.

Location: This QC Microbiologist role will be based at our clients state of the art biologics operation where they formulate and fill vaccines and biologic products in Swords, County Dublin.

Salary: From €20 per hour, depending upon experience.

QC Microbiologist Role:

  • Perform supporting activities for general lab readiness, laboratory equipment qualification and method transfers.
  • Perform and carry out a variety of routinemicrobiological analytical techniques including but not limited to environmental monitoring, WFI testing, growth promotion testing, In-process product testing, Final product testing such as bioburden and both Kinetic turbidimetric and MCS rapid endotoxin testing in compliance with GMP requirements.
  • Train and be trained in the use of Rapid microbiology techniques including but not limited to endotoxin testing, water bioburden testing, E.M testing, absence of bioburden testing and identification testing.

Your Background:

  • Industry experience with significant knowledge and experience in working in a microbiology lab unit and working with contract labs.
  • Experience in compendial testing for water and environmental monitoring in clean room environments.
  • Working knowledge of QC Systems (Empower, LIMS, Trending systems, or similar)

Apply: For more information or to apply for this QC Microbiologist position, please contact Natasha on 44 1246 457739 or email irishcontracts@ckagroup.co.uk, quoting job ref 49283.

It is essential that applicants hold entitlement to work in Ireland.

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