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Jobs in Science & Pharmaceutical near Roscommon

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    • Roscommon
    • Negotiable
    • Posted about 4 hours ago

    Global Engineering Lead Reporting in to the VP, you will be responsible for the development of process improvement projects, statistical process controls, automation and adoption of disruptive technologies. Responsibilities: Development of the Global Engineering Strategy as well as the development of: Maintenance Programs. Equipment/Tool Managem...

    • Roscommon
    • €26000-€32000 plus uncapped commission DOE
    • Posted 7 days ago

    Sigmar Recruitment has arrived in Athlone! We have identified Athlone and the Midlands as a key area for growth in the technical industry and we are looking for an experienced recruiter for the technical division! Using our existing relationships and nationwide success in the technical space, you will develop the Midlands desk and represent Sigm...

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Sigmar’s Science & Pharma division are vastly experienced in recruiting highly skilled candidates and assisting a prestigious roll-call of clients across the Pharmaceuticals, Medical Technology and Medical Biotechnology sectors.

Sigmar recruit for the following positions: Analytical Chemistry, Analytical Development, Biotechnology, Chemical Engineering, Clinical Data Management, Clinical Research, Compliance, Cosmetics, Food Technology, Manufacturing, Microbiology, Pharmacy, Process & Development, Production, Quality Assurance, Quality Control, Regulatory Affairs, Research & Development, Scientific Documentation and Validation.

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County Roscommon is a landlocked county in Ireland’s central north. In its centre, Strokestown Park has a Georgian Palladian mansion, plus walled gardens featuring a lily pond and a fernery. Also on site is the Irish National Famine Museum, which recounts the effects of the 1840s potato blight.