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Location: Ireland
Industry: Pharma

Required Qualifications:

  • Knowledge of University Systems and Processes a distinct advantage
  • Strong understanding of software design methodologies
  • Experience of using the full MS Office suite as well as other MS tools such as SharePoint
  • Prince2 or PMI experience essential
  • 3 - 5 years experience as a Business Analyst
  • Experience of working on web based projects
  • Strong process mapping and documentation skills
  • Experience of UML / use cases
  • Experience of producing process maps, business requirements documentation, functional requirements (including Use cases) documentation, and User Stories
  • Excellent attention to detail
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Strong time management skills (e.g. deadlines and prioritise effectively)
  • Experience across the entire systems development lifecycle
  • Experience in managing deadlines, coordinating activities, escalating risk
  • Strong organizational skills with analytical and problem solving techniques
  • Detail-oriented, analytical, and accurate

Location: Ireland
Industry: Pharma

Job Summary:

  • As a Component Preparation Load Project Manager you will coordinate activities to streamline and rationalise the Component Preparation loads for both Parts Washer and Autoclaves
  • Working with site resources you will define the load requirements with Manufacturing and coordinate a site based team to ensure the loads are qualified and all relevant documentation updated to support the new loads
  • This role will include writing a project plan, developing a schedule and working with the site resources to ensure schedule adherence
  • Technical knowledge and Thermal Mapping and/ or Cleaning Validation experience will be required to assist in deviation and exception resolution and root cause analysis
  • Develop plan, protocols and reports and a final project summary report out is required
  • A third level qualification in Science, Engineering or a relevant Quality discipline
  • Minimum 4-6 years’ experience in a similar role
  • Education Requirements • A third level qualification in Science, Engineering or a relevant Quality discipline

Location: Ireland
Industry: Pharma

Job Summary:

Our client is seeking a highly skilled and motivated Chemical and Slurry Engineer to become part of their state of the art 300mm semiconductor fab in the US. This position will be involved in overseeing the design, construction, startup and ongoing operations of chemical and slurry delivery systems in support of the new 300mm Wafer Fabrication facility. In addition to the start up, you will be responsible for working with our other engineers and technicians on operating, maintaining, troubleshooting and continuous improvements to their chemical and slurry delivery systems. You will be engaged with choosing suppliers, negotiations and helping gain the best value for their investment and internal customers (Fab Operations).
In addition to your strong technical role, you must be able to work with the management team and ensure constant uptime of all the systems under your area of responsibility. This individual must be a self starter, willing to engage with the team and quickly be able to work with minimal direction. The individual will report to the Sr. Section Manager of Facilities (Chemicals and Slurry).

Specific responsibilities include:

  • Engineering support of all chemical and slurry systems providing technical direction to technicians and contractors in support of the operations
  • Interfacing closely with all Facilities and Fab Operations teams to ensure smooth startup and continued operations that are seamless to the Fab Operations
  • Be capable and motivated to look for ways to control costs while sustaining and improving operational systems for Fab operations

Required Qualifications:

  • BS Degree in Chemistry or Engineering in an appropriate field of study
  • Minimum of 3 years of experience in an industrial environment
  • Occasional domestic and/or international travel may be required
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Highly motivated individual – strong work ethic and desire to learn new skills
  • Demonstrated ability to work well within a global matrixed team or environment

Preferred Experience:

  • Experience with 200 or 300mm wafer fab start ups and operations
  • Experience with chemical and slurry delivery supply systems and support equipment with a preference for experience in the semiconductor industry.

This is a contract position.


Location: Ireland
Industry: Pharma

Job Summary:

The Quality Assurance (QA) Specialist will be a member of the ADL QA team and will serve as the Quality reviewer and approver on GMP documentation. The site is focused on continuous improvement of all work processes and practices and all colleagues are required to be flexible in this regard. This means that they may be asked to carry out additional work functions that are not described in this specification but are associated with their role. The position will report to a Quality manager.

Responsibilities:

  • Perform all activities in compliance safety standards and SOPs
  • Ensure all GMP compliance training is up to date before performing GMP activities and participate in training of new colleagues
  • Perform all tasks with due care and attention and in accordance with Good Manufacturing Practices and company's requirements, policies and procedures

    Production Floor and Operations Related Duties
  • Observe and provide real-time support for production unit operations, including observation and assessment of interventions on aseptic fill line
  • Perform Visual Inspection AQL inspections
  • Collaborate with operations to resolve compliance discrepancies
  • Reviews and approves Master Batch Records and Bills of Materials
  • Review production batch records in real-time
  • Provide Quality support for triage and investigation of all classes of non-conformance (NC) events
  • Review and approve cGMP records (e.g. electronic batch record, change controls, NC, CAPAs, design qualifications, SOP, etc.) ensuring compliance with appropriate documentation
  • Support Lean Transformation and Operational Excellence initiatives


  • Regulatory Inspection/Audit Related Duties
  • Interact w/ internal & external regulatory agencies and provide technical expertise as necessary during audits/inspections
  • Participate in external and internal audits
  • Support the development of regulatory responses


  • NPI Project Support and overall Quality Management Systems Related Duties (QMS)
  • Act as Quality point of contact and decision maker during NPI
  • Participate in site activities associated with QMS programs (e.g., Validation, Complaints, Change Control)
  • Assist staff in execution of activities with QMS programs
  • Co-ordinates preparation of monthly quality metrics reports to Management
  • Co-ordinates and approves the preparation of reports for Annual Product Reviews including batch listing and deviation trend reports to ensure that trends are acted upon and to demonstrate that products are a desired quality
  • Write, review and approve Standard Operating Procedures in accordance with company's Policies
  • Participate in Quality Risk Assessments
  • Participate in site quality management review meetings
  • Review and approve all NCs for closure ensuring compliance with appropriate documentation
  • Participate in appropriate NC related root cause analysis
  • Collaborate with CAPA owners to ensure CAPA actions address root cause and implementation plan dates are achievable
  • Review and approve validation documents and summary reports
  • Support execution of validation protocols by timely response to quality issues during execution
  • Provide Quality oversight of change control records; ensure scope of record is clear and implementation activities are completed according to plan; approve pre and post implementation plans
  • Provide Quality perspective at Change Control Review Board (CCRB)
  • Participates in customer complaint investigations
  • Participates in Market Actions
  • Provides training and advice to staff in order for them to perform their desired functions

Required Qualifications:

  • University degree, Engineering or Science related discipline preferred
  • Relevant experience (8yrs +) working in the pharmaceutical or biotechnology industry

Preferred Experience:

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Experience working with dynamic cross-functional teams and influencing decisions
  • Strong organizational skills, including ability to follow assignments through to completion
  • Diploma in Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Technology or equivalent to satisfy the educational requirements defined in EC directives 2001/83/EC and 2001/82/EC for the qualified person
  • Demonstrated ability in problem solving and experience in managing Root Cause Analysis / Non Conformance /Deviation investigations
  • Knowledge of applicable Regulatory requirements; experience with Regulatory inspections
  • Experience working in aseptic operations, protein formulation, syringe filling; experience working with isolator and e-beam technology




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  • Phone: +353 1 836 6827

  • Email: info@adaptivehvm.com

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