Jobs in Ireland & UK

A sense of optimism is returning to the Irish jobs market with the number of jobs in technology, science and engineering noting significant increases. Business tax incentives and access to the European Union has attracted international companies to set up major divisions and headquarters in Ireland over the past number of years and jobs in the IT industry continue to grow. Although we are a small nation, we have a lot to offer, a rich culture, close proximity to the UK jobs Market and a quality of life that surpasses many other areas.

Jobs in Ireland & UK

Director of Nursing


Job Location:

  • Ireland & UK
  • Salary:

    Negotiable

    Job Type:

    Start Date:

    September 2017

    Director of Nursing required by Chase Resourcing to work for our Client in the Munster region.

    Successful candidates would be expected to deal with all aspects of the position including dealing with residents and staff.

    Candidates must have experience in training, team planning and all aspects of Health and Safety regarding this position.

    KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

    • Day to day management of the Home in collaboration with the CNM2 and all members of the team.
    • Play an active role in strategic and policy issues.
    • To be enthusiastic and self-motivated, and able to motivate others to achieve the highest possible standard of care.
    • Prioritise and assess potential admissions.
    • Liaise with the Health Service Executive and HIQA.
    • Liaise with HSE Continuing Care Placement Coordinator regarding respite care.
    • Ensure that the Christian and Ethical policies of the Home are respected by all.
    • Uphold all aspects of the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Ireland.
    • Be the lead for all clinical areas and possess the ability to translate policy into practice by continuously improving clinical performance and audit.

    ESSENTIAL QUALIFICATIONS

    • A Registered Nurse
    • A minimum of 3 years’ experience in the care of Elderly
    • A post registration qualification in the care of the Elderly.
    • Management experience
    • HIQA experience a must

     

    Please send your updated Resume to marianne.jones@chase.ie or call me in the office for a confidential discussion.

    Director of Nursing required by Chase Resourcing to work for our Client in the Munster region. Successful candidates would be expected to deal with all aspects of the position including dealing with residents and staff. Candidates must have experience in training, team planning and all aspects of Health and Safety regarding this position. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES […]

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    Quality Assurance Manager – Food


    Job Location:

  • Ireland & UK
  • Salary:

    Job Type:

    Permanent

    Start Date:

    August 21st 2017

    Quality Assurance Manager required by Chase Resourcing for a permanent role in County Cork.

    Ideally you will have a Pharma/ IMF/ Medical Device/ Food Background and you must have Supervisory/ Management experience. Micro knowledge important.

     

    Overview of the Role:

    The successful candidate will have overall responsibility for quality assurance & control of both raw materials and finished products for a specific unit operation.

    This role will provide guidance and on-going support to facilitate compliance with Quality / Regulatory policies, Food Safety Programs (HACCP) procedures and product specifications with a primary focus on the factory floor activities. The individual in this position will promote a high standard of awareness and understanding at site level of all appropriate policies, procedures and product specifications and direct all relevant continuous improvement initiatives.

    Responsibilities:

    Facilitate the development & implementation of Quality Standards by ensuring the necessary training and support is available to the value stream and other functional areas.

    • Compliance with Kerry Global HACCP programme and Global Quality Management System.
    • Implement relevant quality related systems including:
    • Validation programmes as required
    • Environmental monitoring programmes
    • Kerry change control system
    • CAPA
    • Implementation of continuous improvement initiatives
    • Other projects and responsibilities as may be defined
    • Develop and maintain effective relationships with customers, external agencies, regulatory bodies and all relevant internal functions
    • Prepare facility for quality audits and manage internal & external expectations
    • Manage hygiene procedures and promote continuous improvement
    • Devise and implement relevant changes to SOPs are required

     Qualifications:

    • Diploma or higher in a Food Technology, Microbiology or a related Science related discipline.
    • Knowledge of quality Systems: BRC6, ISO 22000:2005, ISO/TS 22022-1:2009 and FSSC 22000.
    • Experience and knowledge of HACCP systems.
    • Previous experience in a food manufacturing environment is essential
    • Strong background in Food Safety and Quality Management Systems.
    • Proficient in the use of MS Office tools.
    • Excellent written, numerical and verbal skills.
    • A demonstrated numerical ability to record, interpret and analyze key process data.
    • Ability to drive continuous improvement and change management initiatives.
    • Excellent interpersonal, communication, coaching and conflict management skills.

     

    If you would like to hear more about this position please send your CV to marianne.jones@chase.ie or call me in the office for more information.

     

    Quality Assurance Manager required by Chase Resourcing for a permanent role in County Cork. Ideally you will have a Pharma/ IMF/ Medical Device/ Food Background and you must have Supervisory/ Management experience. Micro knowledge important.   Overview of the Role: The successful candidate will have overall responsibility for quality assurance & control of both raw […]

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    Quality Assurance Manager


    Job Location:

  • Ireland & UK
  • Salary:

    Negotiable

    Job Type:

    Permanent

    Start Date:

    August 21st 2017

    Quality Assurance MANAGER required by Chase Resourcing to work with a Multinational in County Kerry.

    Ideally you will have a Pharma background and have experience managing a team and also customer experience.  You will be dealing with operational quality in relation to processes and procedures and will always be dealing with Production.

    Responsibilities:

    The successful candidate will have overall responsibility for quality assurance & control of both raw materials and finished products for a specific unit operation.

    This role will provide guidance and on-going support to facilitate compliance with Quality / Regulatory policies, Food Safety Programs (HACCP) procedures and product specifications with a primary focus on the factory floor activities.  The individual in this position will promote a high standard of awareness and understanding at site level of all appropriate policies, procedures and product specifications and direct all relevant continuous improvement initiatives.

    • Facilitate the development & implementation of Quality Standards by ensuring the necessary training and support is available to the value stream and other functional areas.
    • Compliance with HACCP programme and Global Quality Management System.
    • Implement relevant quality related systems including:

     – Validation programmes as required

     – Environmental monitoring programmes

     – change control system

     – CAPA

    • The QA Manager will be responsible for the implementation of continuous improvement initiatives
    • Develop and maintain effective relationships with customers, external agencies, regulatory bodies and all relevant internal functions
    • Prepare facility for quality audits and manage internal & external expectations
    • Manage hygiene procedures and promote continuous improvement
    • Devise and implement relevant changes to SOPs are required
    • Other projects and responsibilities as may be defined

    REQUIREMENTS

    • Diploma or higher in a Food Technology, Microbiology or a related Science related discipline.
    • Knowledge of quality Systems: BRC6, ISO 22000:2005, ISO/TS 22022-1:2009 and FSSC 22000.
    • Experience and knowledge of HACCP systems.
    • Previous experience in a food manufacturing environment is essential
    • Strong background in Food Safety and Quality Management Systems.
    • Proficient in the use of MS Office tools.
    • Excellent written, numerical and verbal skills.
    • A demonstrated numerical ability to record, interpret and analyse key process data.
    • Ability to drive continuous improvement and change management initiatives.
    • Excellent interpersonal, communication, coaching and conflict management skills.

     

    If you are interested to hear more about this position please contact marianne.jones@chase.ie or call me in the office for a chat.

    Quality Assurance MANAGER required by Chase Resourcing to work with a Multinational in County Kerry. Ideally you will have a Pharma background and have experience managing a team and also customer experience.  You will be dealing with operational quality in relation to processes and procedures and will always be dealing with Production. Responsibilities: The successful […]

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    COMMERCIAL CONTRACTS MANAGER


    Job Location:

  • Ireland
  • Ireland & UK
  • Salary:

    Job Type:

    Start Date:

    Chase Resourcing delighted to announce we are recruiting for a COMMERCIAL CONTRACTS MANAGER for our Client based in Munster.

    The COMMERCIAL CONTRACTS MANAGER role encompasses leading the Legal aspects of Contracts on Projects and Jobs.

    The in-house legal function in Sepam provides legal services and advices to the Group on a range of matters including litigation and contracts management

    KEY RESPONSIBILITIES & ACCOUNTABILITIES OF THE COMMERCIAL CONTRACTS MANAGER :

    • Should be a highly skilled Commercial Contracts Management having worked on a wide range of Contracts, including EPC, E&C, NEC, and FIDIC, but not limited
    • Should have very sound Legal-Commercial Analytical skills and experience and knowledge of a variety of legal risk mitigation measures – should have depth in dealing with the detail and also be able to bring this in perspective of overall Project and Company requirements
    • Should have a very good understanding of Techno-Commercial aspects of the Contract and be able to manage both aspects with ease on the Projects
    • Should have prior experience of either having lead or being in a team that has done Arbitration and managed Claims pursuant to the Contracts
    • Strong Legal Administration Skills
    • Should have strong Project Experience
    • Has the ability to build strong relationships and manage same various stakeholders, including clients, sub-ordinates, peers, Board members and other related entities
    • Should be able to lead teams
    • Managing a busy caseload in a fast past environment
    • Providing high quality and timely legal advice to clients within Group on disputes/litigation
    • Providing support to Legal Manager/Senior Litigation Solicitors as required on litigation matters
    • Meeting defined goals and targets

    QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED FOR COMMERCIAL CONTRACTS MANAGER :

    • Quantity Surveyor degree
    • Should have at least 15 years or more of experience in Contract Management and be able to navigate through various aspects of the Contract with ease.
    • Should have prior experience of either being in a team or leading a team that has done Arbitration and managed Claims pursuant to the Contracts
    • Should have prior experience of working in the Middle Eastern market, particularly Qatar and KSA
    • Should have led a teams in her/his career
    • Carries strong people skills
    • Has very strong communication skills and high degree of fluency in English

    If you are interested in the role of COMMERCIAL CONTRACTS MANAGER please send a copy of your Cv to Jason.OGrady@Chase.ie or call Jason on 00353 66 9762007

    Chase Resourcing delighted to announce we are recruiting for a COMMERCIAL CONTRACTS MANAGER for our Client based in Munster. The COMMERCIAL CONTRACTS MANAGER role encompasses leading the Legal aspects of Contracts on Projects and Jobs. The in-house legal function in Sepam provides legal services and advices to the Group on a range of matters including litigation […]

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    CONTRACTS LAWYER


    Job Location:

  • Ireland
  • Ireland & UK
  • Salary:

    Job Type:

    Start Date:

    Chase Resourcing delighted to announce we are recruiting for a CONTRACTS LAWYER for our Client based in Munster.

    The COMMERCIAL / CONTRACTS LAWYER encompasses the leading the Legal aspects of Contracts on Projects and Jobs.

    Key Responsibilities & Accountabilities of  CONTRACTS LAWYER

    • Should be a highly skilled Contracts Lawyer having worked on a wide range of Contracts, including EPC, E&C, NEC, FIDIC and other types of contracts
    • Should have very sound Legal-Commercial Analytical skills and experience and knowledge of a variety of legal risk mitigation measures – should have depth in dealing with the detail and also be able to bring this in perspective of overall Project and Company requirements
    • Should have a very good understanding of Techno-Commercial aspects of the Contract and be able to manage both aspects with ease on the Projects
    • Should have prior experience of either having lead or being in a team that has done Arbitration and managed Claims pursuant to the Contracts
    • Strong Legal Administration Skills
    • Should have strong Project Experience
    • Has the ability to build strong relationships and manage same various stakeholders, including clients, sub-ordinates, peers, Board members and other related entities
    • Should be able to lead teams

    QUALIFICATIONS for CONTRACTS LAWYER

    • Qualified Contracts Lawyer with PQE 15+ years Contract Law and Management
    • Ability to navigate through various aspects of the Contract with ease.
    • Should have prior experience of either being in a team or leading a team that has done Arbitration and managed Claims pursuant to the Contracts
    • Should have prior experience of working in the Middle Eastern market, particularly Qatar and KSA
    • Carries strong people skills
    • Has very strong communication skills and fluency in English

    If you are interested in the role of CONTRACTS LAWYER please send a copy of your Cv to Jason.OGrady@Chase.ie or call Jason on 00353 66 9762007

    Chase Resourcing delighted to announce we are recruiting for a CONTRACTS LAWYER for our Client based in Munster. The COMMERCIAL / CONTRACTS LAWYER encompasses the leading the Legal aspects of Contracts on Projects and Jobs. Key Responsibilities & Accountabilities of  CONTRACTS LAWYER Should be a highly skilled Contracts Lawyer having worked on a wide range of […]

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    Nurse Educator


    Job Location:

  • Ireland & UK
  • Salary:

    Tax Free Salary

    Job Type:

    Start Date:

    ASAP

    Nurse Educator required by Chase Resourcing for a top Hospital Group in Saudi Arabia.

     

    Our Client is one of the top Hospital Groups with centres all around Saudi Arabia.  Expats make up a large portion of the employees and we welcome them from all corners of the world for 12-24 month contracts.

     

    You will be provided with Housing, Flights, Travel allowance and all utility bills will be paid.  While you are here you can undertake further education programmes and practice what you do without any budgetary constraints.

     

    The Nurse Educator will develop, implement and evaluate educational programmes.

    PRINCIPAL DUTIES

    CLINICAL PRACTICE

    • Provide evidence based adult Nursing education for nursing services staff, nursing students, Interns and Residents.
    • Promote lifelong learning as an essential and integral component of professional nursing practice.
    • Facilitate competence in nursing practice.
    • Act as a Consultant and resource for current nursing practice information.

    ADMINISTRATION

    • Maintain documentation and record keeping that verifies educational activities according to Department guidelines.
    • Maintains correct lines of authority and communication according to the organisational chart.
    • Utilizes material resources and facilities effectively.
    • Maintain confidentially of all records and results.
    • Complete monthly reports as required

    EDUCATION AND RESEARCH

    • Demonstrate proficiency in education design including development of needs assessment, description of target audience, educational objectives, content, outline, teaching methods, evaluations strategies and a designation of appropriate physical facilities and resources.
    • Participate in teaching and mentoring of Nursing, Medical and Paramedical students, Interns and residents.

    QUALITY

    • Participates in the evaluation of systems and programmes to maximise productivity, cost effectiveness via continuous improvement quality programme.
    • Promotes learner evaluation of the effectiveness of educational activities.

     

    REQUIREMENTS FOR THE NURSE EDUCATOR

    • Registered Nurse with current nursing license in home country.
    • Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing
    • Five (5) years clinical nursing experience , including two (2) years current clinical teaching experience.
    • Post graduate certificate in area of specialty

     

     

    Please send updated Resume to marianne.jones@chase.ie

     

     

    Nurse Educator required by Chase Resourcing for a top Hospital Group in Saudi Arabia.   Our Client is one of the top Hospital Groups with centres all around Saudi Arabia.  Expats make up a large portion of the employees and we welcome them from all corners of the world for 12-24 month contracts.   You […]

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    Financial Control Manager -London


    Job Location:

  • Europe
  • Ireland & UK
  • Salary:

    Negotiable

    Job Type:

    Full Time

    Start Date:

    ASAP

    Chase Resourcing are delighted to announce we are recruiting for a Financial Control Manager for our client based in London.

    The Financial Control Manager will report functionally to the Chief Financial Officer of the Group.

    GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES:

    The Financial Control Manager is responsible for implementing, maintaining and reporting against the business plan for that business on a timely basis and against the budget for this specific department.

    Responsibilities will include preparing & implementing company financial policies, systems & procedures, generation of timely & accurate financial data, the timely billing & collection of receivables and management of the cash flow. The candidate will also be expected to provide innovate and insightful financial leadership and act as a true business partner to the country general manager.

    SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE FINANCIAL CONTROL MANAGER:

     Financial Reporting and Administration

    • Implementation of group financial control policies and procedures
    • Adherence to group required reporting deadlines
    • Ensure all government statutory returns and payments are kept up to date
    • Prepares & administers company payroll accurately and on time
    • Prepares adhoc internal reports as directed
    • Responsible for managing intercompany transactions according to group guidelines
    • Play an active part in the annual budget preparation with functional and general manager
    • Ensure that the business is tax compliant
    • In addition to the financial accounts work alongside the General Manager and Project Management team to make sure we have accurate forecast and trending for the business
    • Provision of accurate and timely management reports to both local managers and to corporate
    • Contribute to decision making in the business
    • Be responsible for ensuring that the business is adequately covered by insurance
    • Safeguarding of Company Assets
    • Manage the lines and limits of authority for the group
    • Manage and promote financial operating procedures in the group
    • Support any software system changes and implementations
    • Support local management and corporate with any change management initiatives

    Risk Management and Corporate Governance

    • Ensure that we are bidding to and contracting with credit-worthy customers and suppliers
    • Review and sign off on bid price submittals focusing on the financial aspects
    • Develop realistic cash flows for all bids with the proposals team
    • Working with the project teams, ensuring that you have an intimate knowledge of the financial performance of all active projects
    • Communicate all risk issues on a timely basis to both local management and corporate

    Corporate Finance and Treasury

    • Management and control of all the company bank and petty cash accounts and assets
    • Develop partner relationships with financial institutions so that the appropriate levels of working capital, banking facilities and bonding facilities are in place to support the development and expansion of the company and the group.
    • Introduce strong Cash flow management in the company.
    • Work with the General Manager and the Project Management team to maximise billing, collection of cash and working capital.
    • Target building a strong local balance sheet that will support a sustainable business model

    Strategic Focus

    • Work with the general manager and other senior management to articulate and implement a clear financial strategy for the group
    • Provide leadership and support to the strategic plans developed for the business
    • Be prepared to challenge both existing practices and new developments

    Finance Function Leadership, Relationships and Team Development

    • Development of a finance team that is effective, responsible & result driven
    • Along with the management team, work on bringing cultural change in the working environment continuing to move towards an energetic, challenging and best in class organization
    • Development of career path planning and setting performance KPIs for the finance department and individuals
    • As a key element of company management team develop a solid working relationship with the General Manager and the rest of the management team.
    • Management of third party relationships including banking, legal, insurance, auditors, suppliers and customers

    Role Requirements for Financial Control Manager

    • Fully Qualified Accountant
    • Minimum 10 years post qualification experience
    • Background in the engineering and construction business in the UK
    • Some experience in ERP implementation (Microsoft Dynamics preferably)
    • Proven experience in being part of a leadership team
    • Excellent communication and organisational skills

    If you are interested in the role of Financial Control Manager please send a copy of your Cv to Jason.OGrady@Chase.ie or call Jason on 00353 66 9762007

    Chase Resourcing are delighted to announce we are recruiting for a Financial Control Manager for our client based in London. The Financial Control Manager will report functionally to the Chief Financial Officer of the Group. GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES: The Financial Control Manager is responsible for implementing, maintaining and reporting against the business plan for that business […]

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    Operations Manager


    Job Location:

  • Ireland & UK
  • Salary:

    Highly competitive

    Job Type:

    Start Date:

    September 2017

    Operations Manager required by Chase Resourcing for our Client an award winning Nursing home in County Kerry.

    Ideally, you will have a background in Hotels or Nursing homes.

    This is a Monday to Friday role with great benefits and remuneration.

    Specific duties:

     

    • The Operations Manager will be responsible for the operation on a day to day basis in conjunction with the Board of Directors and Nursing Personnel.
    • Managing a number of staff across a few Departments.
    • Ensure impeccable presentation and maintenance standards of all areas of the Home.
    • Promote a positive attitude of staff training and development.
    • Ensure all statutory training is carried out.
    • Member of the Health & Safety team within the home.
    • Deal with purchasing and supply chain.

    Requirements for the role:

    • You should have at least 3 years management experience in a similar environment or hotel.
    • Strong organisational & communication skills.
    • Previous experience in managing costs and a good understanding of pricing, margins & stock control.
    • Experience in training employees.
    • Health & safety knowledge.
    • Supervision experience is a must.
    • Proven ability to motivate others
    • This is a Monday to Friday role but we need someone who is flexible to work at weekends if needed.

     

    This is a new role and comes with a highly competitive salary including pension.

    Operations Manager required by Chase Resourcing for our Client an award winning Nursing home in County Kerry. Ideally, you will have a background in Hotels or Nursing homes. This is a Monday to Friday role with great benefits and remuneration. Specific duties:   The Operations Manager will be responsible for the operation on a day […]

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    Triage Nurse


    Job Location:

  • Ireland & UK
  • Salary:

    Job Type:

    part-time

    Start Date:

    August 2017

    Triage Nurse required in County Kerry for part-time role.  This would suit someone looking to reduce their hours , it would generally be a 14-16 hour week.

    The Triage Nurse would be mainly working weekends and evenings.

    The Triage Nurse will be the first point of contact for patients.

    DUTIES 

    • To provide nurse triage and nurse consultation in accordance with protocols and guidelines
    • Participate in the development of the triage function.
    • Participate in the administrative and professional responsibilities.
    • Ensure accurate notes of all consultations are recorded in the patients’ notes
    • Ensure the accurate recording of all outcomes of patient calls
    • Attend and participate in co-operative meetings as required
    • Liaise with other medical services – Acute Hospitals, Ambulance Service etc.
    • Participate in the training of future Triage Nurses employed as the business expands and develops
    • The Triage Nurse must be available to attend courses for professional development

    REQUIREMENTS 

    • The Nurse should be registered and continue to be registered in the Register of Nurses maintained by An Bord Altranais(Irish Nurses & Midwives Board)
    • The Triage Nurse shall hold and continue to hold Professional Indemnity Insurance
    • The Triage Nurse may from time to time be required to carry out tasks in addition to your normal duties but such tasks will be both reasonable and within your capabilities.
    • The Triage Nurse shall observe and comply with all reasonable instructions and directions from time to time given by the Nursing Managers and/or the Manager.

    Training

    • During the 4 month probationary period the Triage Nurse will complete an 8 week intensive training mentorship course.
    • Training will be provided in the use of the call management system, the call handling system, nurse triage protocols and guidelines and software used.

    BENEFITS

    • Hourly rates are linked to National Pay Agreements.
    • You shall be paid remuneration for hours worked from 0.01am until 11.59pm on Sundays and Public Holidays at a rate of double time
    • Increments shall be payable annually to Triage Nurses on the anniversary date of their contract.
    • The Triage Nurse shall work on average 4 weekends in every eight weekends.(1/2 time position).
    • There are part-time and full-time positions available; part-time is 19 hours per week and full-time is 30 hours per week.

    Triage Nurse required in County Kerry for part-time role.  This would suit someone looking to reduce their hours , it would generally be a 14-16 hour week. The Triage Nurse would be mainly working weekends and evenings. The Triage Nurse will be the first point of contact for patients. DUTIES  To provide nurse triage and […]

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    Quality Laboratory Supervisor


    Job Location:

  • Ireland & UK
  • Salary:

    Job Type:

    Start Date:

    Quality Laboratory Supervisor required by Chase Resourcing to work for our Client in County Kerry.

    Responsibilities:

    The Quality Supervisor will report to the Cluster Laboratory manager and will be responsible for the daily operations of the chemistry & microbiology laboratories while ensuring that all activities are conducted to the highest standards. This role will ensure that all lab activities are in line with health and safety policies and documented standard operating procedures.

    • Continual review of the lab and identifying areas for review and development.
    • The successful individual will build trust through effective leadership and the skilled application of people management processes and open 2 way communications.
    • Accountable for the execution of standard procedures in relation to recruitment, selection, induction, building team skills, and engaging with HR where necessary.
    • Continuous monitoring of analytical data generated and compliance v’s specifications.
    • Assessment and achievement of compliance & proficiency performance v’s agreed standards and SOPs.
    • Responsible for budgetary control.
    • Responsible for Laboratory & elements of site accreditation standards as appropriate.
    • Accountable for the instrument & equipment calibration as well as testing and troubleshooting to ensure compliance with lab standards.
    • Participation in the review of all ongoing performance reports on quality, hygiene, compliance, etc.
    • Facilitate the implementation of Quality Standards by ensuring the necessary training and support is made available to the team and other functional areas.
    • Optimise the maintenance of consumables inventory levels.
    • Completion of in-process and HACCP monitoring to measure & compliance reporting.
    • Communication & engagement with other functions as required. E.g. production, engineering, RD&A, purchasing , customer care and supply chain.
    • Participation in all continuous improvement initiatives .
    • Customer and external audit preparation and participation as required.
    • Accountable for completion of RCA and close out of issues / incidents / CAPAS as required.
    • Other duties as assigned.

     

    Qualifications of the Quality Lab Supervisor

    • 3rd Level technical qualification in analytical science or related science discipline
    • Modern analytical laboratory techniques (ICP,HLPC and NIR)
    • GLP
    • Chemical & microbiological analysis experience essential
    • Comfortable with analysis of data and reporting
    • Computer literacy is essential, including knowledge of LIMS
    • Strong attention to detail
    • Good communication skills and a team player
    • Appreciation for compliance and ability to achieve
    • Assertive and independent minded
    • Minimum of 3 years in a similar role preferably the dairy or food industry

     

    If you are interested to hear more about this position please send your CV to marianne.jones@chase.ie or call me in the office on 00353 669762007.

    Quality Laboratory Supervisor required by Chase Resourcing to work for our Client in County Kerry. Responsibilities: The Quality Supervisor will report to the Cluster Laboratory manager and will be responsible for the daily operations of the chemistry & microbiology laboratories while ensuring that all activities are conducted to the highest standards. This role will ensure […]

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