Sample Management Associate Scientist

  • Cork
  • Contract 12 months
  • JO-1902-64238_1549624675


The department is responsible for Tox Release testing, Clinical Release and Stability Testing for Drug Substance and Drug Product, and Stability Lifecycle management.


  • Responsible for coordinating sample receipt, distribution and shipping of samples as well as inventory management activities in accordance with GLP practices.
  • Complete logging of samples for release and stability testing.
  • Complete stability pulls as per defined schedules.
  • Complete logging of samples for distribution.
  • Including, but not limited to:
  • Ensure all activities follow SOP's/WI's and protocols where appropriate and are performed in compliance with regulatory guidelines.
  • Perform sample management activities according to local procedures and processes in a timely and organized fashion.
  • Record all laboratory data in accordance with cGMP and local procedures.
  • Keep up to date with existing and new SOP's and official documentation.
  • Daily management of the routine sample management operations.
  • Responsible for the management of stability inventory.
  • Organize stability inventory and maintain stability chambers.
  • Develop subject matter expertise on assigned role.
  • Use of laboratory software such as LIMS, SAP, SDMS, Trackwise, etc.
  • Contribute to proper use, calibration and maintenance of laboratory equipment.
  • Perform investigations, where required, for deviations, laboratory investigations etc.
  • Independently write/revise SOP's or other official documentation and reports, when required.
  • Execute independently and/or as part of a team, assigned projects/tasks.
  • Train/coach other/new personnel.
  • Lead/participate in lean innovation and continuous improvement projects
  • Perform other duties as designated by Laboratory Management.


  • Knowledge of laboratory sample management and/or stability material is preferred.
  • Industry experience (GMP laboratory) is desirable.
  • Experience with LIMS systems is desirable.
  • Key Skill Requirements: excellent attention to detail, good communication skills (written & verbal), ability to think logically, proactive approach, ability to work well within team structures, ability to work on own initiative.

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