GLP Study Director

Posted 9 July by VRS Recruitment
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Due to continued expansion, our client is seeking an accomplished Study Director for their residue analysis studies. Working as a key member of the group, you will be responsible for designated GLP compliant sponsor studies. Leading and supervising a small team you will plan, perform and deliver GLP compliant residues studies on time and within budget.

A strong background within residues analysis is ideal but candidates with Bioanalysis experience will also be considered. Having trained as a Study Director, you will possess excellent communication skills and be confident liaising with colleagues and sponsors on study progress. You must be confident developing robust methods, mentoring and training junior members of staff and have significant LC-MS/MS experience.

This is an exciting opportunity to join a progressive group within a leading international laboratory. The company offers an exemplary working environment and realistic opportunities for career progression.

Our client is also willing to consider candidates with a strong background in analytical chemistry with approximately 4-5 years GLP experience looking to progress to Study Director.

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Key words: residues, residues analysis, e-fate, environmental fate, bioanalysis, bioanalytical, mass spectrometry, HPLC, LC-MS, Study Director, Study manager, senior scientist, principal scientist, Essex, South East, VRS6560FP

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Required skills

  • GLP
  • Management Skills
  • Mass Spectrometry
  • LCMS
  • Environmental Science

Reference: 39643333

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