Health & Safety and Environmental Manager An excellent opportunity has arisen for an experienced Health & Safety and Environmental Manager who will be based in Swanscombe, Kent. Core Duties Updating company Health and Safety Management System to make it compliant with current Legislation and company policies Preparing and maintaining Risk Assessments, Method Statements and COSH Assessments Preparation of Construction Phase H&S Plans for both notifiable and non-notifiable works Assist with the completion of PQQ & Tender Documents Site visits and inspections Undertake and Hold Tool box talks with all employees Maintaining Safety Training records - identifying and arranging all training requirements Company Health & Safety inductions Manage and approve all subcontractors H&S competence checks including induction training Accident investigation and reporting Assist with the production of H&S answers and documentation for the completion of application forms for maintain our existing accreditations Monthly reporting to Directors Maintaining and Developing company Environmental Management System Liaising with key Clients and customers on all H&S matters as required Provide assistance to Surveying team – Client Stock Condition, Damp and Asbestos surveys. Key Skills and Experience Minimum NEBOSH Construction Certificate – Credit (Diploma desirable but not essential) Building Surveying Degree – or similar 5 years plus experience with a main contractor in a similar role – Construction/surveying background Strong knowledge of H&S Requirements/Regulations Stable career history Experience working with and implementing an environmental management system compliant to ISO14001 standard Excellent communication skills – both written and verbal Good IT skills/knowledge. Are you enthusiastic about this job? Send us your CV in word format today
Legal Secretary JOB DESCRIPTION An excellent opportunity has arisen for a legal secretary in our client's Southend office. Core Duties Using a variety of software packages to produce correspondence and documents Arranging meetings, taking minutes and keeping notes Liaising with clients, counsel, witnesses, other members of staff and external contacts Filing and administration, organising and storing paperwork, documents and computer based information Enter, transcribe, record, store or maintain information in written or electronic form (diary: matters in central police station, magistrates court etc. and relevant fee-earners diary) Liaising with dairy organiser to ensure matters are covered Advise the contract compliance manager on stationery levels Using digital dictation to produce documents Establish, organise and/or maintain files Plan, organise and prioritise time and workload in order to accomplish tasks and meet deadlines Review and/or edit documents for accuracy and completeness Arrange, coordinate or schedule time and details Make a decision or solve a problem by using logic to identify key facts, explore alternatives and propose quality solutions Coordinate information in a clear and concise manner Record messages from verbal information Assemble, sort and/or distribute documents, supplies and/or materials/items Reception duties – limited but when required - meet and greet clients, answering calls Collection and delivery of mail to local document exchange Arranging both in-house and external events. Key Skills Formats for a variety of legal documents Legal terminology Administrative and clerical procedures and systems such as word processing, systems, filing, records management systems, transcription systems, office procedures and terminology Research methods, techniques and/or sources of information Legal processes and procedures Grammar, spelling and punctuation Use automated software applications Be proficient with digital dictation and practice management system Deal with people in a manner which shows sensitivity, tact and professionalism Communicate fluently in English Be sensitive to confidentiality of all work related matters. Are you enthusiastic about this job? Send us your CV in word format today
Quality/Compliance Specialist Job Summary: An excellent opportunity has arisen for a Specialist in Quality and Compliance. Our client produces specialist products for nucleic acid amplification and biostorage, with focus on the continually developing markets of drug discovery, genomic and forensic research and biological archiving. The Ashford facility manufactures all of its plastic consumable products within 100,000 or 10,000 classification cleanrooms. Main Duties will include: Control and generate documentation regarding IVD validation (DQ, IQ, OQ and PQ) Create, maintain and monitor a robust system for manufacturing product within an ISO13485 compliant cell Work to cGMP standards Implement and control internal and external audit schedules for ISO standards, responsible for driving all corrective actions within agreed time-frames Ensure that documented records are kept and updated. Ensure product samples are archived for the required length of time Ensure that stocks and resources are adequately maintained to ensure no hold ups in production schedules Implement customer specific requirements to agreed standards (e.g. VMP, customer projects, change control) Responsibility for Monitoring and control of Bio-burden and air particulate testing and ensuring corrective actions are completed and fully documented Generate monthly progress reports Responsible for ensuring that the relevant personnel have been fully trained, training material is to required standard (create accordingly); conduct audits and ensure training standards are reflected in training records Communicate quality and production issues; create reports where necessary Actively investigate sources of errors/complaints and raise appropriate corrective /preventive actions Manage customer complaints and enquiries effectively and develop improvements as necessary Work closely with R&D and product management on new product development. Team member in development of cell automation Key Skills: A strongly pro-active, helpful, ‘can-do’ attitude; A creative, resourceful and tenacious problem-solver and solution-finder; Enjoys dealing with people and is able to communicate effectively and concisely at all levels; Self-managing and self-motivating, able to prioritise tasks effectively and meet customer deadlines and expectations; A clear enthusiasm for the role and strong desire to continuously develop and improve own performance and departmental performance; Willingness to put in extra effort (and hours when required) to get the job done properly; Willingness to share technical knowledge with others; Enjoys contributing to the overall success of the company, not just one department, and has commercial awareness of how the department fits in and adds value to the ‘whole picture’. Education/Experience: Essential: 5 years experience ideally in an Quality/IVD environment (minimum 3 years) Strong computer literacy in Microsoft Word, Excel and Powerpoint Excellent influencing and communication skills both written and verbal ISO 13485 knowledge and experience ISO 9001 knowledge and experience Desirable: Degree level (Scientific Background) Good experience in manufacturing Customer facing experience Experience in writing up technical documentation Qualification and Validation activities (DQ, IQ, OQ, PQ)
Research & BD Manager, Financial Services The Financial Services (FS) Research and Business Development Manager, based in London, will work directly with FS clients, serving as their specialised client service manager, and will report directly to the head of FS for EMEA. Research Managers design and facilitate the customised research solutions that our clients request, creating innovative solutions on each client assignment. Key Responsibilities: There are three areas in which research professionals have responsibilities and are evaluated: Content Navigation, Revenue Promotion and Membership Management. Each aspect is critical to the success of the company. Content Navigation: Research professionals are expected to develop and maintain a deep knowledge of designated sectors, such as Insurance Markets, Chemicals and Food and beverage, through: ·News and independent research ·Client and industry expert engagement ·Leveraging existing networks and associations within sector specialisation in online and offline conversations Research professionals will primarily use this knowledge to generate ideas, innovate around products, and generally develop cutting edge programming attractive to core clients. Revenue Promotion: Research professionals are responsible for contributing to the growth of their own ‘book of business’, the set of client relationships for which she/he is responsible, through: ·Maintenance and growth of existing client relationships through ‘best-in-class’ service, entailing a thorough understanding of client needs and execution against those needs with customised solutions leveraging the company’s full suite of products ·Acting as a leader of the research team on designated, key client accounts ·Driving revenue upgrades and cross-sales with own clients and prospects, irrespective of account ownership ·Clearly communicating to clients the integrity of the company platform and the value-add to a diverse set of clients ·Leading and owning compliance standards within ‘book of business’ and beyond ·Internally and externally focused innovation and implementation, leading to incremental revenue across the company’s full suite of products and services Membership Management: Research professionals are responsible for curating the Company Councils associated with their content focus area through: ·Understanding potential and real compliance issues impacting your segment of the Company Councils ·Executive tracking and recruitment of new experts or authorities within sector of regional specialisation ·Exhibiting ‘ownership’ of the experts within sector specialisation ·Thoughtfully promoting top experts within sector specialisation, both internally and externally ·Partnering with compliance and product teams to innovate around our platform to minimise friction for clients and experts ·Research professionals are expected to execute against the tasks delineated in each area above by exercising excellent communication, good judgment, effective collaboration, and business ownership, and by adhering to the company’s internal compliance policies and procedures. Required Skills: ·We seek bright, positive and flexible people who also: ·Show an inquisitive, pro-active and resolutions based work ethic; ·Act with the highest integrity and professionalism in all their endeavours; ·Think creatively and focus on opportunities for growth; ·Exhibit relentless attention to detail; ·Possess a strong desire to work in a team; and ·Demonstrate the ability and initiative to handle increasing responsibility over time. Essential Requirements: ·Bachelors or Masters’ degree from a top-tier university with a 2:1 or better (or equivalent work experience) ·2-5 years’ experience in financial services in a client-facing or analyst role, or commensurate experience in Consulting, Business Development, Sales, Law, Journalism, or other relevant field ·Superior communication skills, including oral, written, and presentation abilities ·Demonstrated client service and relationship management skills in EMEA region Company Overview: The company, founded more than ten years ago, began developing a network of leading experts to provide business decision-makers with insights to drive better, more informed outcomes. Initially serving investment firms, our company has grown to support professional services firms and corporations across every industry. The company partners with investment firms, corporations and professional services firms that need targeted, on-demand expertise to help improve decision-making. We provide professional services and sophisticated web-based compliance systems to help our clients connect to the most relevant experts while managing potential conflicts. The company is headquartered in New York with 21 offices globally and over 900 employees. Salary/Benefits: Competitive base salary plus eligibility for, depending on the role, a year-end performance-based discretionary bonus with a comprehensive benefits programme and a generous vacation and holiday schedule.
Research and Business Development Manager, Consumer Goods and Services The Consumer Goods and Services (CGS) Research and Business Development Manager, based in London, will work directly with CGS clients, serving as their specialised client service manager, and will report directly to the head of CGS for EMEA. Research Managers design and facilitate the customised research solutions that our clients request, creating innovative solutions on each client assignment. Key Responsibilities: There are three areas in which research professionals have responsibilities and are evaluated: Content Navigation, Revenue Promotion and Membership Management. Each aspect is critical to the success of the company. Content Navigation: Research professionals are expected to develop and maintain a deep knowledge of designated sectors, such as, but not exclusively, food & beverage, retail, luxury goods and automobiles, through: · News and independent research Client and industry expert engagement · Leveraging existing networks and associations within sector specialisation in online and offline conversations Research professionals will primarily use this knowledge to generate ideas, innovate around products, and generally develop cutting edge programming attractive to core clients. Content responsibilities encompass, but are not limited to: · Programme elite, regularly-occurring, and cross-sector live meetings independently and with colleagues, all within a compliant framework Conduct quarterly, internal ‘teach-ins’ for peers · Act formally and informally as an engaging educator and mentor for the rest of the organisation Revenue Promotion: Research professionals are responsible for contributing to the growth of their own ‘book of business’, the set of client relationships for which she/he is responsible, through: · Maintenance and growth of existing client relationships through ‘best-in-class’ service, entailing a thorough understanding of client needs and execution against those needs with customised solutions leveraging the company’s full suite of products Acting as a leader of the research team on designated, key client accounts Driving revenue upgrades and cross-sales with own clients and prospects, irrespective of account ownership Attracting prospects within industry specialisation, primarily through creation of relevant live meeting content Clearly communicating to clients the integrity of the company platform and the value-add to a diverse set of clients Leading and owning compliance standards within ‘book of business’ and beyond Internally and externally focused innovation and implementation, leading to incremental revenue across the company’s full suite of products and services Membership Management: Research professionals are responsible for curating the Company Councils associated with their content focus area through: · Understanding potential and real compliance issues impacting your segment of the Company Councils Executive tracking and recruiting of new experts or authorities within sector specialisation Exhibiting ‘ownership’ of the experts within sector specialisation Thoughtfully promoting top experts within sector specialisation, both internally and externally · Partnering with compliance and product teams to innovate around our platform to minimise friction for clients and experts Research professionals are expected to execute against the tasks delineated in each area above by exercising excellent communication, good judgment, effective collaboration, and business ownership, and by adhering to the company’s internal compliance policies and procedures. Required Skills: We seek bright, positive and flexible people who also: · Show an inquisitive, pro-active and resolutions based work ethic; Act with the highest integrity and professionalism in all their endeavours; Think creatively and focus on opportunities for growth; Exhibit relentless attention to detail; Possess a strong desire to work in a team; and · Demonstrate the ability and initiative to handle increasing responsibility over time. For this specific position, the following factors will strengthen an applicant’s candidacy: · Bachelors or higher degree from a top-tier university (or equivalent work experience), with a 2:1 or better 2-4 years’ experience in financial services in a client-facing or analyst role (particularly Equity Research), or commensurate experience in accounting, research, or other relevant field Understanding and awareness of financial markets through educational and / or professional background, with preference for exposure to the Investment Management sectors. Expertise in Retail, Food & Beverage, Leisure & Lodging, and/or Automotive preferred Superior communication skills, including oral, written, and presentation abilities Demonstrated commitment, judgment, emotional maturity, and intensity, ideally in a fast-paced, multi-task-oriented environment Company Overview: The company, founded more than ten years ago, began developing a network of leading experts to provide business decision-makers with insights to drive better, more informed outcomes. Initially serving investment firms, our company has grown to support professional services firms and corporations across every industry. The company partners with investment firms, corporations and professional services firms that need targeted, on-demand expertise to help improve decision-making. We provide professional services and sophisticated web-based compliance systems to help our clients connect to the most relevant experts while managing potential conflicts. The company is headquartered in New York with 21 offices globally and over 900 employees. Salary/Benefits: Competitive base salary plus eligibility for, depending on the role, a year-end performance-based discretionary bonus with comprehensive benefits program and a generous vacation and holiday schedule.
An excellent opportunity has arisen for a versatile individual to branch two departments at a well-known educational establishment. The candidate will be responsible for the management, maintenance and development of all ICT equipment (both PC’s and Macs). They will also support the provision of technical advice within Creative Arts curriculum by assisting the students with creative arts software packages and supporting their learning. The role is split evenly, 50% ICT and 50% arts studio work. ICT Core Duties Install new software and hardware. Secure, security code and ensure the safe set up of new equipment. Set up equipment such as laptops, data projectors, interactive whiteboards, and sound systems. Deliver hardware and resources to work areas and classrooms as required. Assist in creating a structured approach to rolling out new hardware or software, including procurement, testing and assessing the needs of user training. Server & Network Support Perform basic diagnostic routines. Work to and give guidance to others on the ICT acceptable use policy. Perform checks to ensure that broadband connectivity is maintained. Maintenance Develop a maintenance schedule for all computer hardware, software and networks, and ensure that it is followed. Manage the structure of the school intranet and internal systems and contribute to their development of other e-learning solutions in line with BECTA guidance. Detect, diagnose and resolve most PC, printer and peripheral device faults. Maintain electronic mail accounts and implement where appropriate. Ensure school policy on staff and pupil access to data and files is implemented. Provide advice, guidance and assistance to teachers, pupils and other members of staff on developing their use of ICT in school. Under the guidance of a teacher use specialist skills and experience to support individuals or groups of pupils working on practical aspects of the course. Identify software, hardware and working practices required to fulfil the functional specification as defined by school staff. Studio Assistant Core Duties Control of resources, including stock control, preparation and purchase of requisitions and the issue and return of materials. Care and maintenance of equipment. Preparation and issue of materials and equipment for workshop/practical lessons. Classroom support during practical lessons. Assisting with Adobe Photoshop and InDesign, and SketchUp software. Maintaining photographic records of activities. Mounting and presentation of work. Assisting with staging of exhibitions on and off site. General responsibilities: Help with the organisation and administration of all arts activities. Provide support in the Art Department as required. Provide support at special events as required. Contribute fully in promoting the ethos and aims of the school. Requirements At least a years’ experience carrying out IT Support Good working knowledge of Microsoft Servers Good fault finding skills for PCs, printers and peripheral devices Happy to assist with other areas of the business at quiet periods Must be familiar with Adobe Photoshop and InDesign, and SketchUp software Good communication skills Are you enthusiastic about this job? Send us your CV in word format today
Automation Engineer An excellent opportunity has arisen for a mechanical and electrical Engineer to join this prestigious leading provider of gates, barriers, bollards and the like who are based across Essex, London and the Home Counties. The company install and service automated gates, specialist door automation, barriers and other associated systems including door entry, safety detection, CCTV and access control. The work is primarily located in London and the Home Counties however some specialist installations are located around the country. The type of product and client is varied and therefore always challenging and interesting. Our client prides itself on being a family run business with an eye for detail and care. Because of their desire for perfection it is company policy to only employ engineers who are highly qualified, fully trained and who take pride in their work, providing exemplary service to all clients. They are fully accredited members of Cedia, registered with NQA and Safe Contractor. The engineer will be provided with a van, pc tablet and mobile phone. Core Duties Install gates, doors and automation in a methodical neat manner, to deadline Demonstrate on-site skills such as liaising with site personnel, the setting out and measuring, planning the installation and installing from drawing and instruction Skill must include being able to arc weld, drill and cut materials to standard set by the company All work must be recorded on a daily basis, completed job sheets and procurement all to be emailed to the office. Key Skills Ability to arc weld, drill and cut materials to standard set by the company A full driving licence is essential Good PC skills, such as Microsoft Outlook Be willing and able to work alone or as part of a team Are you enthusiastic about this job? Send us your CV in word format today
Manager Digital Operations EMEA Our client is a pioneering provider of end-to-end digital supply chain solutions to customers across the media and entertainment industries. They are offering an excellent opportunity to a Digital Operations Manager who will involve client facing responsibilities for the end-to-end operational account management of digital partners in multiple EMEA territories. Core Duties Manage the set-up and integration of new digital partners in designated territories Field requests from Music affiliates, global and regional commercial/legal teams with regard to operational start up, process and issues Distribution of set-up documentation and consolidation of key information required for processing and distributing to relevant teams for account creations/amendments Provide insight and advice to new and existing partners/affiliates regarding content delivery, XML specifications and other relevant detail relating to digital delivery processes Arrange and manage regular conference calls with new partners to assist accounts with the digital integration process Arrange and manage regular conference calls with existing partners for ongoing projects and/or issues Resolve issues and provide day-to-day support via telephone and email Run regular conference calls with designated affiliates to discuss new account set-ups and delivery issues for existing partners and forthcoming key projects and releases Actively participate in weekly Global Digital Operations conference call, London based team meetings and ad-hoc meetings, providing updates on account status and other detail Manage administration; organization and maintenance of account start up documentation on behalf of the EMEA Digital Ops team Provide support with DDEX compliant ERN spec for day-to-day deliveries and XML upgrades Create and maintain partner profiles for new and existing digital partners Enforce strategic policy as it relates to delivery of end state assets, bit rate limitations by content usage type, lossless file delivery and exploitation etc. Advise as London based subject matter expert on functionality and process relating to packaging and distribution toolset Actively participate in relevant migration work, systems upgrade and operational support for supply chain tools. Monitor deliveries for digital accounts with designated territories Carry out ad-hoc projects as required by needs of the EMEA/Global Digital Ops group Other additional duties as required by management Key Skills Extensive work experience in the industry Genuine interest in Music Project management Experience Fast to absorb technical developments/improvements Adherence to Compliance and Security Relationship building and Customer service focus Are you enthusiastic about this job? Send us your CV in word format today
IT Compliance Specialist Our client is looking to recruit an IT Compliance Specialist, who will be responsible for providing lead support for IT and CSV compliance activities. You will write and execute change and error management, compliance and validation documents and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and develop process improvements to maintain an effective compliant IT group. With a proven background in IT compliance, you will provide technical input into change and installation documents and take steps to implement them. IT Compliance · Produce and maintain, in conjunction with the Digital team and CSV Manager, records for Infrastructure Qualification, IT Change management, IT Error reporting and resolution, Software licensing and support agreements · Write new and develop existing Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and guidelines which enable the IT support and infrastructure group to maintain compliance with applicable regulations (GxPs and SOX), in areas such as: IT Security, IT Policies, Backup and Restoration, Disaster Recovery, Electronic Archiving · Prepare responses and identify remedies to issues arising from internal and external audits, risk assessments and testing. CSV Processes · Provide Lead IT and compliance support for the ARISg System (Pharmacovigilance Database), including: o Development of change documentation and testing o Development of Error Report documents o Liaising with the user group, internal IT and vendor to investigate and close issues and errors o Performing 1st line diagnosis of server and application errors o Writing and executing IQ scripts for the installation of patches/updates in partnership with the vendor’s support staff o Writing and executing IQ scripts to perform routine (biannual) updates of MedDRA terms o Reviewing vendor’s release notes and related documents o Working with the System Owner, CSV Manager and IT Team to plan for system replacement/upgrade o Configuring client PCs · Provide CSV and technical input to assist user groups in the development of Test Scripts (IQ/OQ/PQ). System Improvement · Evaluating the effectiveness of IT processes, records and written procedures and implementing change to improve their performance · Consulting computer users to ascertain needs and to ensure that facilities meet user or project requirements · Providing users with appropriate support and advice · Keeping up to date with the latest technologies and regulations · Broad understanding and working knowledge of the application of pharmaceutical & financial regulations to IT including GCP, GMP, GAMP, SOX and FDA 21 CFR Part 11 · Pharmaceutical industry experience, including relevant experience in a role directly associated with pharmaceutical computer systems validation/qualification practices · Highly computer literate with experience of the system design lifecycle, and development of qualification documentation in a regulated environment · Experience of interfacing with IT users/contractors/developers and/or suppliers. Key Knowledge and Experience: · ARISg (version 6.3) or similar · Microsoft Windows Desktop · Microsoft Windows Operating Systems, MS Office tools and MS Server (2003 onwards) · Hyper-V/Virtual Computer Environments · Java · Project management If you are interested in this role and would like to apply, send your CV (in word format) to us today
Contracts Manager Main Duties: To provide general and clinical trial contractual advice and expertise to colleagues in both the Enterprise Unit and the joint Clinical Research & Development Office at the Associated Hospital Trust (AHT) To draft, review, negotiate and conclude agreements that relate to clinical trials run by or at the LRC and/or the AHT To identify and meet the expectations of stakeholders in performing the clinical trials contract function. To represent the LRC and/or AHT in negotiations with prospective partners and sponsors and at trade shows and conferences To be a member of the Enterprise Unit team and contribute actively to team meetings Under the direction of the Head of Clinical Trials Contracts and working closely with scientific colleagues at all levels in LRC and AHT and with external legal advisors and insurers where necessary: Draft, review, negotiate and conclude (through to approval for signature) clinical trials-related contracts on behalf of the AHT, the LRC and the Middlesex-based Cancer Centre (MBCC) including contracts with commercial and non-commercial sponsors and associated laboratory research contracts. Analyse the levels of risks posed in contracts and manage appropriately ensuring contracts are fair, equitable and enforceable. Manage and track all contracts using the contract record system including handling incoming requests from both external and internal parties and contract amendments. Work closely with study teams in AHT and LRC to ensure that arrangements within clinical trials contracts meet all protocol and regulatory requirements and that key contractual obligations are highlighted. Where required work with AHT and LRC staff to ensure appropriate costing of research activities and pharmacy provision and governance of the clinical trial process in final contracts. Contribute to the development of AHT clinical research and development management systems including reviewing changes in relevant legislation, codes of practice and guidelines to assess their impact. Advise senior management on all rights, obligations and constraints in agreements and authorise them for signature. Build upon the existing relationships with the study teams to develop an understanding of the nature of contracts management needed, including intellectual property protection. Maintain an up-to-date working knowledge of relevant legislation, codes of practice and guidelines governing clinical research managed and run at AHT and the LRC through external training where appropriate. Provide advice and guidance to colleagues in the Enterprise Team, elsewhere in the LRC, the joint Clinical Research & Development Directorate and study teams with regard to contractual issues in the context of clinical research. Where appropriate contribute to training and development. Review and develop new template agreements as required to ensure compliance with regulatory and governance requirements. Work closely with colleagues in The Enterprise Unit to ensure that provisions in AHTH clinical trial agreements do not conflict with undertakings in LRC collaborative research agreements. Negotiate and agree routine agreements such as material transfer agreement and confidentiality agreements relating to clinical trials. Reply promptly to queries from scientists, clinicians and study teams and keep them apprised of progress. Depending on the skills of the post holder, develop areas of expertise in intellectual property management and commercialisation. Other duties: Communicate verbally and in writing with internal (clinicians and researchers) and external parties (pharmaceutical companies, governmental entities, etc.) in a cordial, articulate and timely manner to build and develop an understanding of their needs and maintain fruitful relationships. Identify potential conflicts of interest between the objectives of the various stakeholders, and all other risks and liabilities and mitigate against their impact. Contribute to the review of the policies and procedures relating to clinical trials and related activities including insurance, IP management, governance and potential conflicts of interest. Contribute to regulatory and funder inspections as required. Attend and actively participate in Enterprise Unit team meetings and contribute to discussions on strategic and general issues. Maintain sector awareness relevant to clinical trials at the LRC and AHT Maintain and continue to expand established external networks, develop strategic relationships and promote partnering with the LRC and AHT. Represent the LRC independently at trade exhibitions and conferences. Undertake occasional formal presentations within LRC or externally. Contribute to the development and maintenance of management information systems for contracts and other Enterprise Unit information; the preparation of management reports, metrics and other management information. Any other duties as may be required which are consistent with the nature and grade of the post. This post will hold an honorary contract with the AHT. Essential Specifications: Life Science degree Extensive practical experience of successfully drafting, negotiating and concluding contracts Comprehensive knowledge of contract law Strong IT skills, with the ability to use computerised and web-based administrative systems and data sources effectively Desirable Specifications: Working knowledge clinical trials, particularly related to applicable regulatory and ICH guidance regarding clinical research and GCP Legal qualification