Study Director Toxicology In-Vivo - UK

£30000 - £45000 per annum
Mar 13, 2018
Mar 22, 2018
Karim Boutouta
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Full Time

Due to acquisitions and new site development, our CRO client is looking to hire a new study director. Because of latest developments of the company this would be a great time to join and work with recently hired experts who you can learn loads from. A Study Director of in-vivo studies coming from a CRO will enjoy stepping into a more senior position and work with SOPs and GLP studies rather than just quality reports.
As a Senior Study Director you will work on study outlines and managing studies whilst the department is set up for all husbandry activities to be handled by animal technicians.

You will be tasked with working closely with customers and clients as well engaging in project management on that basis.

The position will require a scientific specialist and Subject Matter Expert for in vivo assays (DRF, MTD, PK, 7, 14, 28D toxicity studies) within the Department Toxicology.
You will be responsible as Study Director for allocated studies as described in GLP and Company policies and take responsibility for the technical conduct of any study as well as data analysis, interpretation, documentation and reporting of results.

A more detailed set of responsibilities can be provided on application.
Education / Qualifications
* This position is suitable for a candidate possessing a PhD with relevant Experience of Toxicology assays, or for a graduate or MSc level candidate with extensive Experience at a similar Contract Research Organisation.
* Home office licence is crucial
Previous Experience of GLP Study Directing in Toxicology studies is a requirement or at least significant research experience in this field.

Apply today and send your CV in Word to Karim Boutouta on or call on 0031 207 09 1070 or 0044 207 234 0550 for a conversation in confidence.

Toxicology / Study Director / /In-Vivo / GLP / Good Laboratory Practice / Pre-clinical / CRO / Contract Research / Scotland / Manchester