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Award-winning pharmaceutical company, Chanelle Group, return to Jobs Expo Galway

Chanelle Group jobs

We’re pleased to announce that Chanelle Group have joined Jobs Expo Galway. The firm’s recruitment team will be exhibiting on 8th September at the Salthill Hotel. They will be talking to attendees between 10 am and 4 pm, looking to hire talented candidates.

About Chanelle

Chanelle is a leading provider of generic human and animal pharmaceuticals worldwide. Headquartered in Loughrea, Co Galway, Chanelle has operations in over 80 countries and currently employs 400 people.

Chanelle has over 1700 animal health licenses registered in the EU as well as 500 animal health licenses registered around the globe. Consequently, they have the largest number of registered veterinary licenses of any company in Europe. Furthermore, Chanelle is the largest indigenous pharmaceuticals manufacturer in Ireland.

The company has a consistent and rapidly growing customer base. They have key markets in the EU, Australia and New Zealand, as well as Japan, South Africa and the Middle East.

Chanelle has four dedicated R&D operations, three located in Ireland as well as one in Jordan. The company also has sales offices in Galway, Ireland, Hungerford, UK and Mumbai, India.

An award winning company

Chanelle has received a number of industry awards for the company’s growth and innovation in recent years. In 2015 they won the Ulster Bank Business Achievers Awards. Furthermore, in 2016, they won the following awards:

  • Animal Pharm’s Visionary CEO of the Year (Michael Burke)
  • Irish Exporter of the Year
  • Lifescience Exporter of the Year
  • Innovation of the Year (Rheumocam® (Meloxicam) Granules)
  • Pharma Project of the Year (Rheumocam® (Meloxicam) Granules)

Careers at Chanelle Group:

Due to continued growth, the Chanelle Group are currently seeking motivated individuals in the following areas:

  • Manufacturing
  • Quality Assurance
  • Engineering
  • Business Development
  • Supply Chain
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