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Microbiome Scientific Team Leader - Switzerland

Company: Barrington James Medical / Executive
Location:
Reference: AJ MED
Closing Date: 29 Jun 18
Type: Permanent
Salary (£): 100,000+
Benefits:

Job Summary:

I’m partnered with a large organisation that brings people together to create outcomes in health.  This innovative company are offering an established scientist to join their Microbiome research team, to contribute to the acceleration of the portfolio.  You will have a privileged access to the companies R&D network, including another institute of health sciences working alongside the Head of Translational Research. 

Requirements:

Responsibilities:

  • Develop the research strategy and plans
  • Manage external networks
  • Create external scientific credibility
  • Manage new technology platforms
  • Promote early breakthrough innovation
  • Assure scientific publications according to the overall plan

Requirements:

  • PhD or MD/PhD Microbiome
  • Experience in Microbiome
  • Pharmaceutical industry experience
  • Experience managing external networks

If you meet the criteria above please get in touch with Amy at Barrington James for a confidential conversation.  This is a rare innovative opportunity to join a company that is making a difference to consumer healthcare. 

ajenkins@barringtonjames.com

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Contact Information:

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Rowan House Smallfield Road Horley Surrey
RH6 9AU
England
Tel:  01293 776644
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