QA IT Specialist

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About the Role:

Zenith Technologies is looking to hire QA IT Specialist to work on site of our biotech client in Dublin West. The successful candidate will work on site expansion project and will provide compliance support for the implementation of new laboratory systems.


* Providing independent quality review and approval of system changes.

* Requirements, risk assessments, protocols and reports for new and modified systems.

* Supporting and approving computerised systems investigations and test deviations.

* Ensuring consistent approach to qualification, change and deviation management across systems being implemented on the project.

* Providing timely and pro-active QA IT support and guidance to facilitate project timelines, including close collaboration with the technical and business units.

* Where required, engaging with QA IT teams from other sites and capital projects to standardise and align approach to computerised systems compliance.

Qualifications & Requirements:

* Bachelors’ degree in Engineering, Information Systems, Computer Science or the Life Sciences.

* Min. 5 years of experience in QA IT/CSV, CSV, lab instrumentation and/or a similar role in the pharmaceutical industry.

* Working knowledge of relevant regulations and industry standards.

* Proven ability to meet timelines, prioritise tasks and engage with stakeholders.

* Excellent communication skills.

* Project management experience will be an advantage
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