- Business Development Manager
- Clinical Research Physician
- Clinical Trials Assistant
- Laboratory Assistant/Laboratory Scientist
- Marketing Manager
- Medical Writer
- Pharmacy Production Manager
- Project Manager
- Sales Associate
- Senior Medical Writer
- Tele-recruitment Assistant
- Trainee Medical Writer
- Volunteer Recruitment Project Manager
General Manager ? Staff and Duty Allocation
Salary up to ?45,000 per annum plus full benefits
Do you have experience of managing more than 20 staff at one time? Are you well organised and a forward planner?
If you can answer yes to the above, this position may be ideally suited to you!
At any one time we perform several clinical trials and this involves allocating and scheduling staff to conduct the numerous procedures that need to be carried out for each trial everyday. In early phase research timing is crucial thus we must ensure all tasks are done to the second and are never forgotten. We are known for being able to plan and conduct complex trials and therefore we need to be able to adapt to different types of trials and have the flexibility to adjust to changes in research programs at short notice. This role will focus on managing a team who are responsible for ensuring that adequate staff are allocated to all procedures conducted during clinical trials run at our two hospital based research facilities.
This post would suit someone who has more than 2 years general management experience and a proven track record of managing personnel and ensuring that their workload is allocated accordingly and conducted on time to ensure maximum efficiency of the workforce. You will need to be a strong manager with the ability to set targets and ensure they are met at all times. You will need to be a forward thinker capable of planning ahead whilst being able to make necessary changes to the workforce and their workload at short notice to maintain efficiency standards. A, previous role involving staff allocation would be advantageous and good IT skills are essential. Fluency in English, both written and oral, is essential. You will work in a fast paced environment reporting to the Director of Operations.
In return we offer a generous remuneration package, a contributory pension scheme, life assurance, private medical insurance and a generous holiday allowance. We also offer a structured training and continuous professional development program.
Closing date for applications: 7th January 2010
Interviews will be conducted on: 12th January 2010