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Medical Director / Principal Investigator (Interim or Permanent)

Our Client is a highly ambitious and full service international Contract Research Organisation (CRO) with capabilities in both early stage and late stage clinical development.

The company is headquartered in the UK, but has operations across Europe, Australia and the United States, together with capabilities in multiple other territories.    The company currently has almost 100 clinical trials running for its clients.

Given the rapidly growing size and complexity of the business, the need has emerged for an experienced professional to assume the role of Medical Director / Principal Investigator

This is a critically important position within the company, and whilst our Client’s objective is to find someone to take on the role on a permanent basis, very serious consideration will be given to top quality candidates who would be able to commit on an interim basis for up to 6 months whilst the permanent search is underway.

Candidates must be medically qualified and also have the appropriate accreditation to act as a Principal Investigator in first-in-human clinical trials.

A proven track record of having worked in such trials is a must-have, either for a CRO or a well-respected pharma / biotech company.

This is an excellent opportunity in an ambitious and growing company. The contribution to be made will be highly visible and of critical importance. For candidates interested in the permanent position, the opportunities for further career development are certainly there.

If this opportunity is a good fit with your own areas of experience and expertise, please make contact with Geoff Newman (Interea) as soon as possible.




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