Study Manager- In vitro and DDI

Study Director - In vitro metabolism. Cambridgeshire: PermanentAn established research organisation based in East Anglia are currently seeking a Study Director to lead a study into In vitro metabolism. Working in a GLP accredited facility, you will be responsible for overseeing the laboratory work and liaising with customers to ensure the needs of the project are met.Key responsibilities:* Coordinate the planning, running, completion and reporting of studies and ensuring all work is carried out to the expected quality standards. * Liaise with internal and external customers to ensure projects are running within specification and necessary actions are taken in a timely fashion. * Ensuring that results and reports are delivered within agreed timeframes. * Attending conferences related to in vitro metabolism. Maintain up to date knowledge of new developments (technical, scientific and regulatory) in in vitro metabolism.* Preparing and amending SOPs. Developing and validating analytical methods. Quality Control of work completed within the lab. Troubleshooting problems.* Providing relevant guidance and scientific expertise to junior members of staff working within the department. Overseeing training regimes and ensuring studies are adequately staffed with the required expertise.* Preparing documents necessary for reviewing progress of the project.* Promoting process improvement to increase efficiency.* Ensure study complies with GXP, A(SP)A and HSE regulations.The ideal candidate for this position should have the following:* BSc in Biochemistry/Chemistry/Biological Sciences (BSc minimum).* Experience conducting in vitro metabolism studies.* Leadership and management experience.* Experience in DMPK, CYP450 and drug metabolism (including regulations) will be preferable.* A familiarity with working within a fast paced contract research organisation (CRO) will be advantageous. We are looking for candidates who are confident leading a team, who can demonstrate a good level of business awareness as well as scientific and regulatory knowledge. Good time management and organisation skills are essential. If this job is of interest to you and you believe that you have the relevant skills and experience, please apply online or contact Amie Regan on 01223 394 235 for more details.

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