Is Biotechnology in your Genes?

Posted on: 07 Jul 2017

Is Biotechnology in your Genes?

 

Ireland's Life Sciences sector has grown from very humble beginnings in the 1960s to reach global significance. Collaborative clusters in Pharmaceutical, Biotechnology, Medical Devices and Diagnostics have been a key element behind the remarkable growth of a sector that directly employs 25,000 people in Ireland. The Biopharmaceutical industry has made a capital investment of approximately $8 billion in new facilities in Ireland, most of which has come in the last 10 years. This represents close to the biggest wave of investment in new BioTech facilities anywhere in the world. The Biologics manufacturing cluster in Ireland is seen as the fastest growing sector of the wider Biopharma industry with forecast figures showing that employment in biotech companies will reach over 11,000 by 2018.

In light of the growth and development in the sector, top talent at all levels is in big demand. Is now the time for you to consider your career progression within the Biotech sector?

 

At Fastnet, we have multiple open opportunities with leading Biotech employers nationally

Inspection Readiness Manager – Cork

Compliance Associate - Cork

QA Associate - Cork

Snr Process Engineer - Cork

NPI Process Engineer - Cork

Vaccines Process Lead - Cork

Associate Scientist- Cell Culture - Cork

Associate Scientist MSAT Purification - Cork

QC Analyst - Cork

Quality Supervisor – Cork

Senior Production Planner – Dublin

Reliability Engineer - Waterford

 

For details on these and other roles with our Biotech clients please contact Claire McGuckin on 021 – 4554065 or email your CV to claire@fastnettalent.com

 

 

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