Project Leader


London , Fixed Term Contract

Our Centre for Drug Development is looking for a Project Leader to..

•Develop novel anti-cancer agents in co-operation with UK academic centres and our global pharmaceutical and biotech partners.

•Lead multidisciplinary drug development project teams, driving the delivery of science-based decision-making through exploratory, preclinical and clinical phases of development
•Use their scientific knowledge and in-depth project planning skills to advance their own projects and to contribute to the development of the DDO’s project capability

Leading a multidisciplinary team you will be accountable for all aspects of the drug development programme including drug manufacture and formulation, preclinical toxicology and efficacy, biomarker development, clinical study design and clinical trial management.

To join us, you’ll have…

•An MsC in a relevant field

•Proven ability to successfully deliver multiple projects in a drug development environment
•Ability to work with stakeholders at all levels and in particular to forge effective project teams, applying a thoughtful approach that takes into account different styles and needs
•Outstanding scientific and analytical skills and your in depth knowledge of the drug development process and early phase clinical trials relevant to the pharmaceutical/biotech industry
•Experience in project planning – and the tools used to do it

With a portfolio of 28 projects, our Centre for Drug Development’s cancer portfolio ranks alongside those of the top five pharmaceutical companies in terms of cancer drugs in development. Our very own Dr Nigel Blackburn explains this further:

How to Apply

To apply, simply click the link below to take you through to our careers website where you can submit your application.

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Source: Nature Jobs

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