Labcorp Drug Development

Study Co-ordinator - Bioanalysis

Location
Huntingdon, United Kingdom
Salary
Competitive
Posted
26 Jul 2021
Closes
03 Aug 2021
Ref
10024_66750
Hours
Full Time
Contract Type
Permanent
Experience Level
Experienced (non-manager)

Do you have a Scientific degree and want to work in the pharmaceutical industry supporting a growing Bioanalysis team?

Are you looking for a role with training and career progression opportunities?

Do you want to be a part of the world's leading drug development company?

At Labcorp Drug Development in Alconbury, Cambridgeshire we are looking to recruit a Study Coordinator to join our Bioanalysis department.

This role is to undertake routine checking of analytical data and reports generated in Bioanalysis (LC-MS/MS). Develop an understanding of bioanalytical method validation and sample analysis. Responsible for co-ordinating the activities of routine and non-routine studies in a timely, efficient, and quality manner.

As a Study Co-ordinator your main responsibilities will be:

  • Coordinating the activities of key client studies in compliance with regulatory guidelines
  • Working closely with Study Directors to support all phases of bioanalysis studies
  • Drafting study documentation & generating study data
  • Overseeing report production through finalization and archiving of data
  • Liaising with clients regarding study issues and working as part of a larger team to ensure the study is completed in a timely manner
  • This is an office based role


What Labcorp Drug Development can offer you:
  • Competitive salary and a comprehensive benefits package, including health coverage and contributory pension
  • Ability to work with a variety of different clients on wide ranging projects
  • Flexible working and career development opportunities


Education/Qualifications:
  • Scientific degree (Chemistry or equivalent preferred.)
  • OR relevant scientific industry experience
Experience:
  • Writing reports or administrative experience from within a Bioanalysis team or similar or have knowledge of Bioanalysis
  • Knowledge of GLP, GCP guidelines, ideally having worked in a highly regulated environment
  • Knowledge of the variety of studies performed in the Bioanalysis department
  • Excellent computing skills, including word processing and use of spreadsheets (e.g. Microsoft Office packages and Microsoft Project)
  • Ability to multitask and prioritise workload, with excellent attention to detail
  • Exceptional communication skills