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Laboratory Analyst

Description:
The successful candidate will be assigned to one of the six analytical sections where they will work in a team to meet the objectives of the State Laboratory. (Sections - Animal Feedingstuffs; Contaminants; Customs and Excise; Health; Human Toxicology; Veterinary Toxicology)

Further information on the role and responsibilities is available in the information booklet

Requirements:
Candidates must on or before the 31st December 2022, hold a qualification of at least Level 7 on the National Framework of Qualifications in Science with Chemistry/Analytical Chemistry being the major component of the final year programme and with a Grade Point Average (GPA) of at least 2.66 (2nd class grade 2 or pass with merit);

Candidates who have completed the 3rd year of a 4-year full-time course leading to a qualification of at least Level 8 on National Framework of Qualifications in Science with Chemistry/Analytical Chemistry being a significant component of the final year programme are deemed to meet the essential requirement. All candidates must have a qualification of either Level 7 or Level 8 or higher before an appointment will be made.

Closing date:
12 noon - Tuesday, 31st January 2023









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