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Analytical Scientist

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3 Apr 2024

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Job title: Analytical Scientist

Location: Waterford, Ireland.



SRG are looking for an analytical scientist to work with a global pharmaceutical company based in Waterford. This role is perfect for experienced analytical scientists with a background using HPLC, UV-Vis or GC-MS to gain a wider range of skills. This role is also open to UK based candidates willing to relocate to Ireland.

In this role you will be responsible for the development & validation of analytical methods for the chemical characterisation of a variety of drug products and medical devices. The role offers opportunities to develop and upskill in E&L, mass spectrometry and analytical method validation. If you're dedicated and detail-oriented, this could be the perfect role for you.

Key Responsibilities will include:

Lead in design and execution of Extractable and Leachable (E&L) studies, incorporating LC/UV/MS or GC/FID/MS analytical technology.
  • Lead in the development and validation of analytical methods incorporating Mass Spectrometry detection (LC/UV/MS or GC/FID/MS).
  • Support the characterisation of polymer materials used in medical devices and packaging, including inhalation and injectable drug products, for both small molecules and biopharmaceuticals.
  • Assist in the interpretation of Mass Spectrometry (MS) data as part of compound identification studies.
  • Instigate and drive scientific and technical investigations developing multidisciplinary approaches to solve wide ranging and complex problems.
  • Compilation and review of detailed technical documents.
  • Work within cross-functional teams to remediate technical issues in R&D and Commercial business units.
  • Deliver high levels of customer service (both internal & external)

Candidate Requirements:

  • Experience in extractables & leachables for pharmaceuticals and/or medical devices (would be advantageous.)
  • Excellent communication skills (both oral and written).
  • Excellent project management skills and the ability to effectively function in a fast-paced, dynamic technical environment.
  • Experience of working to current Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) or Good Laboratory Practice (GLP) and implementing policies and procedures in line with regulatory guidelines.
  • Knowledge of global regulatory and compliance requirements.
  • Good planning and organising skills & adaptable to changing priorities.
  • Experience with Empower/ MassHunter/ Unifi/ MassLynx softwares (would be advantageous.)

To apply click the link or send your CV

Carbon60, Lorien & SRG - The Impellam Group STEM Portfolio are acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.


Every day, we help high-calibre scientists, clinical professionals and engineers of all levels build great careers. We are dedicated to providing the best solutions for the broad-based science community, whether temporary or permanent recruitment, cutting-edge managed solutions, or contract scientific and clinical services through Synergy, our unique CRO.


We have established relationships with world-class leaders and small-scale start-ups alike. Our clients value our in-depth regional knowledge developed through our presence across the UK and Europe, and our national exposure that means we offer jobseekers an unrivalled range of career opportunities.



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