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Laboratory Analyst - 6 month FTC - Limerick in Limerick at Stryker Corporation

Date Posted: 11/25/2018

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Job Description

Your key responsibilities:

  • Will work within the chemistry team, under direct supervision, with responsibility to carry out duties under effective and efficient chemistry & laboratory practices, which includes, but not limited to the following:
  • Complete sampling / testing of raw materials, intermediate and finished products. Testing includes physical and chemical testing , (e.g.: PSA, FTIR, ATR, XRD, Mechanical Strength Testing)
  • Complete routine verification activities.
  • Provide business support, as applicable
  • Understands role and the importance of meeting the requirements of the Laboratory.
  • Understands the business requirements and potential implications owning to any failures to deliver products and services within the agreed timeframe / standard to Production and support functions.   
  • Complete ordering and control of consumables and testing chemicals.
  • Complete documentation review / storage - verification and GMP checks on all raw data / logbooks / records.
  • Filing and archiving of records.
  • Control of documentation associated with Raw Material Receiving Inspection, Traceability and other Quality Records that are to be maintained by the Laboratory.
  • Control of Retain Sample areas (on-site and off-site) and overall process.
  • Co-ordination of the testing which is out-sourced and liaises with Contract Laboratories.
  • Execute Laboratory Equipment Qualifications and Test Method Validations.
  • Own “oout of specification” investigations and perform relevant testing.
  • Progress updates through the QMS. Own related changes.
  • Complete the Originator task for change control.
  • Support to Laboratory training programme.
  • Support Company and laboratory initiatives.
  • Participate in both Internal and External Audits within Stryker.
  • Own and drive identified cost savings.   
  • Provide recommendations to support the business, continuous improvements in test methodologies / laboratory systems

What are we looking for:

  • Diploma or higher in Chemistry or related subject
  • Experience in a Quality/Regulatory Affairs environment desirable.
  • Ability to build knowledge and understanding of US and International Medical Device Regulations and standards in area of expertise (Chemistry)
  • Must possess strong communication skills as well as have the ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously.
  • Strong interpersonal skills.
  • Demonstrated ability to work independently.
  • Ability to be proficient in statistal techniques, data review and analysis.
  • High level of PC skills. Must be proficient with Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint packages

Work From Home: No

Travel Percentage: None

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