Study Director - LC-MS



Australia

Looking for an opportunity to emigrate to Australia? Are you experienced in LC-MS/MS analytical development and have held a GLP Study Director or Principle Investigator position?
The opportunity has arisen for a proven Study Director to join our client, a bioanalytical CRO based in the cosmopolitan city of Adelaide, Southern Australia. This attractive proposition comes as our client continues to take on large projects from global pharmaceutical companies and aims to fulfil ambitious growth plans. This is an ideal opportunity for someone who is ready to take on a fresh and stimulating new challenge.
Main responsibilities
To manage mass spectrometry related studies and ensure project delivery in a timely manor
To liaise effectively with internal and external stakeholders
To troubleshoot scientific issues relating to analytical projects
To review and optimise Analytical Laboratory Methods and Standard Operating Procedures
To ensure data integrity and regulatory compliance relating to Good Laboratory Practices
The successful candidates will be educated to degree level in a relevant scientific discipline. You will have acquired extensive experience in the field of bio-analysis, performing, developing and validating methods relating to LC-MS/MS analysis. You will have also acted as a Study Director or Principle Investigator in a GLP environment.
Our client prides themselves on cultivating a positive working environment, which is reflected by their low staff turnover. The successful applicant will receive a highly competitive salary, rewarding position and support with flights, accommodation and VISAs to enable a smooth relocation.
For more information or to apply, please contact Louis Williams or alternatively visit our recruitment website.
Please note that all applicants for this role should be able to prove that they are legally entitled to work in the UK. Network Scientific Recruitment, part of Network Scientific Ltd. is an Employment Business/Agency

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