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The position is open and the first interview can be organised in the following week. What are we waiting? The position is based in France HOWEVER no need to speak French. You will join an international Team, and be speaking English on a daily basis. The company will support you with French lessons, and also help you to relocate in the area. With this full support, you will be able to focus on the mission and work with the brand new team around the combined product. Your task: * CMC management * In charge of the redaction, variation Type I & II, and change control You will evolve in a 100% international environment, which will let you develop your skills on a global scope. Your experience: * 2 years within the Regulatory Affairs on the CMC * Knowledge of the registration process, variation, and renewal * English is a must Integrating a division in construction you will be able to take the ownership on some project, develop yourself today to build your tomorrow's career. Contact: Send me your Resume in a Word format to Brieuc BAECKEROOT at (url removed) or give me a call at +33 (0)(phone number removed), Extension 3153. If you know someone that would be interested, let me know we offer a referral voucher if the person is placed in the position. Linkedin: https://(url removed)/in/brieucbaeckeroot
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I am looking for an energetic dynamic individual to join a global market leader in developing software for the health care industry. In this role you will be working on the cloud, there is no hardware involved. The software will be used by different departments in health care – oncology, microbiology and agrigenomics, you will play a part in enhancing health care quality worldwide. You will be working with the best in the industry, they are a global leader in genomics. They are at the forefront of new technologies in unlocking the power of the genome – you will play a part in enhancing health care quality worldwide and have an positive impact on peoples lives. This is a growing company and you will have the ability to work with different departments to broaden your skill set - cancer/microbiology/agrigenomics. My client has just moved to a new premises just an hour north of London. This new site means state of the art facilities. You w ill also have access to good transport links - shuttle buses, cycle to work scheme and good links to cycle and free on site parking. To find out more about this role please contact Heather Murray via our UK number found on our website by searching NonStop Technical and quoting my extension 5112
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Specialist Advisor, Strategic Brexit Co-Ordination x 8
Directorate - Evidence, Policy & Permitting
Reports to - Ops North East Wales - 1650
Direct reports - None
Welsh language requirements
North East - Level 1
North West - Level 4
South Central - Level 1
South East - Level 1
South West - Desirable Level 1 Essential Level 4
Mid Wales - Desirable Level 1 Essential Level 4
Location Various locations over Wales (Bangor, Cardiff, Aberystwyth, Buckley, LLandarcy, Pembrokeshire, Carmarthenshire and Monmouthshire).
Post number 20281
Grade 6 - £33,424
Contract type - FTA until 31 March 2022
Work pattern 37 hrs per week,
Working environment
Your role will be primarily office based but may entail travel between different NRW locations, as well as working at partner organisations and other premises.
Application information
Application closing date 24 April 2019
Interview to take place on and where 30th April 2019 to 1st May 2019
Job purpose
To lead on the provision technical and specialist advice and knowledge to shape and inform Government and NRW decisions in relation to the Strategic Brexit incident Response. You will work with colleagues from other teams in Operations, EPP and Enabling Service, officials from Local authorities and LRFS and sector representatives.
Where this role sits
Evidence, Policy & Permitting - Strategic Project Team - Ops North East Wales - 1650
Applying for Vacancy
The following categories will be used to assess the quality of applications both at sift and interview. Please read the whole of the Role Description to ascertain at what level this information needs to be presented.
• Forward Thinking
• Analysing and Judgement
• Collaborating with others
• Advising and Influencing
• Customer Focus
• Qualifications and Skills
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Job Title: Species Advisor
Salary: £29,243
Directorate: Operations
Reports to: Team Leader Protected Species
Welsh language requirements: Level 1
Location: St Mellons, Cardiff
Grade: 5
Contract type: Fixed term appointment (FTA) for 12 months
Work pattern: 37 Hours per week Monday to Friday
Working environment:
Primarily office based but may entail travel between different NRW locations, partner organisations and other locations. You will also undertake work outdoors at different sites.
Job Context:
The team plays a lead role in providing advice to internal and external customers on protected species, with a particular focus on licence applications and development planning. Candidates will need to be able to demonstrate experience in the ecology, conservation and principles of mitigation for a range of protected species, good communication skills and stakeholder management.
They will work with colleagues across NRW and with external customers.
Where this role sits:
The role is in the Protected Species Team which sits within the Development Planning and Marine Service, in our Operations Directorate.
Applying for Vacancy:
The following categories will be used to assess the quality of applications both at sift and interview. Please read the whole of the Role Description to ascertain at what level this information needs to be presented.
• Qualifications and Skills
• Analysing and Judgement
• Collaborating with others
• Advising, influencing and negotiating
• Customer Focus
What other information is relevant to the job?
• Knowledge of the ecology and conservation of, and approaches to mitigation suitable for the range of species, protected by wildlife legislation
• A working knowledge of wildlife legislation and its application.
• A working knowledge of the development planning process.
• Good written and spoken communication and presentational skills, with the ability to write clearly for a wide range of target audiences.
• Able to negotiate and work with a wide range of people, including landowners, partner organisations and the public.
• Able to work effectively in team/ collaborative situations.
• Able to currently and legally drive a car in the UK.
• Able to secure and maintain a licence to disturb protected species.
Closing date: 29.4.2019
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Laboratory Solutions are working with an Award winning biotech who are based in Cambridgeshire and they are currently looking to hire a Junior Buyer, check out the spec below- Our client has a rewarding and exciting temporary opportunity (3 - 6 months) for a junior Buyer to join our Purchasing Team. This role will provide a fast-paced, diverse, and team orientated environment through the daily management of the purchasing function and working closely with internal departments to ensure customer success! Key responsibilities/essential functions include: * Performs required purchasing tasks to procure assigned parts, materials, supplies, equipment and services for operation of business * Contacts suppliers, obtains quotations, places orders, and ensures timely delivery of all items and expedites delivery of critical items. * Applies contracted price to all listed materials. * Maintains records for orders from receipt of requisition, placement of PO, change orders, receipt of material and matching receipt to order. * Help to maintain purchasing metrics which indicate buyer and supplier performance * Record keeping to company policies, ISO audits and Financial Audits Quality Specific Goals: Aware of and comply with the Quality Management Policy, Quality Goals, and applicable laws and regulations as they apply to this job type/position Complete all planned Quality & Compliance training within the defined deadlines Identify and report any quality or compliance concerns and take immediate corrective action as required Ensures the QC processes are established and followed as required. Ensures QI metrics are established and followed as required. Required Qualifications: A-levels or Associates Degree. Experience with computers and Microsoft Programs Demonstrated good oral, written and presentation skills Excellent problem-solving skills Customer friendly and ability to work under deadlines Preferred Qualifications: ISM or APICS certification preferred. This is initially a 3-6 month contract, if you have the right background and want to join an exciting and expanding biotech, then please apply today
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For our pharma client in Zurich we are looking for a:

Medical Science Liaison (MSL)/Medical Advisor (Swiss Market) - FR/GERM

Position purpose:

  • Local medical affairs expert for assigned products in the field of Women's Health/Men's Health

Major tasks and responsibilities of position:

  • Answers medical information requests
  • Supports marketing colleagues in the creation of promotion materials, including check for medical correctness and conformity with laws and guidelines
  • Acts as a medical expert for internal and external stakeholders
  • Supports scientific dialogue by means of balanced communication of scientific data
  • Initiates local medical events
  • Participates in the continuous medical education and training of employees

Qualifications:

  • Master/diploma in human medicine or PhD in other science-oriented studies (eg pharmacy, biology, veterinary medicine)
  • At least 3 years of experience in Medical Affairs
  • German fluent, good knowledge of French and English, knowledge of Italian is an asset.
  • Good presentation and communication skills
  • Analytical thinking
  • Capability to work independently

Start date: 01.06.2019
Duration: 9 months
Location: Zurich

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Job Title: Officer, Incident Communication Centre
Grade / Salary: 4 - £25,076
Location: Ty Cambria, Cardiff
Grade: 4
Welsh Language Requirements: Level 4
Contract type: Fixed term until 31 March 2020
Work pattern: Shift work, 37 hours per week equivalent
Job Purpose: To deliver a 24hr public communications and incident service, 365 days a year, triaging inbound calls, activating emergency procedures, building security and ensuring accurate information is directed to the correct staff and professional partners in a timely manner. You will work a shift pattern, single or double-manning the ICC.
Key Job Accountabilities: The post holder will:
• Ensure that all incident calls that you receive are triaged, recorded and referred appropriately and in accordance with the Incident Categorisation Guidance and timescales.
• Ensure that you receive and appropriately respond to lone worker alerts, telemetry alarms, security issues and calls and emails from staff and the public in accordance with Customer Service Levels.
• Contribute to the management and maintenance of the ICC systems, raising issues for resolution and testing new systems to ensuring that operators can efficiently undertake their roles.
• Participate in and contribute to the work of the ICC and the wider department.
• Contribute to the management and maintenance of the ICC's reputation and relationships with key internal flood and non-flood incident customers, external stakeholder to ensure that their needs and the needs of the environment are met.
• Participate in projects to achieve well planned and managed solutions that progress effective change and improvement in the ICC and in its interactions with all other departments in NRW and professional partners.
• Contribute to the investigation and response to complaints.
• Identify and take part in learning and development opportunities and contribute to the continual improvement of the effectiveness of the ICC.
• Be a member of a team of 24/7/365 ICC shift operators, single or double-manning the ICC.
• Take responsibility for the quality and quantity of your work and ensure that your shifts in the ICC are manned.
• Contribute to the investigation and response to complaints.
• Undertake building security requirements.
Key Job Qualifications or Knowledge:
Experience of working in a high pressure customer service environment.
Be resilient and able to calmly deal with difficult customers and quickly assess and provide appropriate responses, as you may be working alone.
Be able to effectively prioritise a high workload but know when to ask for help.
Application closing date: 11 April 2019
Interviews to take place on: TBC
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NonStop are looking to speak with Senior Health Economists in the UK, we currently have an opportunity to join a well established Biotechnology company, who are launching a new Biosimilars unit. The Biosimilars Business has been newly created in Europe, giving you a great opportunity to launch a full pipeline of Biosimilars in the field across a number of therapy areas and be part of the new Biosimilars Business Unit, which will lead to further internal opportunities in the future. This is a contract role with guaranteed hours, also being a field based position covering London. Therefore giving you the financial stability of a permanent position, with the hourly rate of a contractor. This naturally combines stability with an attractive package. The key requirements are: • 3 years minimum experience within Health Economics • Project management experience • Able to work in Uxbridge • Experience with evidence based methods such as SLRs relating to HTAs Call me Daniel Watson at NonStop Recruitment now for a confidential conversation. Contact me on (url removed) or (phone number removed), please send your CV in word format OR if this does not sound like the opportunity for you, but you are a clinical research professional within the pharmaceutical, medical device or biotech industry, please feel free to get in touch, to see other opportunities we may have within this field. NonStop is one of the largest and fastest growing specialised life sciences recruitment companies in Europe. We are proud members of the APSCo life sciences group who ensure we meet the highest quality standards within the recruitment industry. Our offices are located in the UK, Switzerland and the Czech Republic and we hold labour leasing licences across Europe. Please visit our website for a full list of the niche markets we cover
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NonStop are looking to speak with professionals interested to work in the UK, we currently have an opportunity to join a leading Biopharmaceutical company on a contract basis as an LMS consultant, with a project management focus. Responsible for all LMS (learning management system) queries, giving you the chance to work in a diverse and fast paced environment that will allow you to expand your existing skill set and make your profile more marketable in the future. It is a contract basis where you can come in and gain exposure within this leading Biopharmaceutical company, that will be highly recognised experience going forward, furthermore, they are renowned for renewing these contract which can give you the stability that you desire. Please note this role is within Global Learning and Development Tasks & Responsibilities • Learning Management System o LMS system tasks (training coordinator tasks once trained on the system) o Point of contact for LMS related questions (team and business) o Management of monthly RBC update process for different roles in parallel o Creation / distribution of training compliance reports (frequent & ad hoc); point of contact for questions (team & business) o Conduct of QC/QA activities; issue identification / escalation (if needed), active issue resolution The key requirements are: • Experience in a LMS • Able to work office based in Cambridge • Open to work on a contract basis. Please note this is a contract with guaranteed hours of 37.5 hours per week. Call me Daniel Watson at NonStop Recruitment now for a confidential conversation. Contact me on (url removed) or (phone number removed), please send your CV in word format OR if this does not sound like the opportunity for you, but you are a clinical research professional within the pharmaceutical, medical device or biotech industry, please feel free to get in touch, to see other opportunities we may have within this field. NonStop is one of the largest and fastest growing specialised life sciences recruitment companies in Europe. We are proud members of the APSCo life sciences group who ensure we meet the highest quality standards within the recruitment industry. Our offices are located in the UK, Switzerland and the Czech Republic and we hold labour leasing licences across Europe. Please visit our website for a full list of the niche markets we cover
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Are you ready to take on a Global role at the heart of one of the biggest biotech company out there? Our client is looking for a Global Product Launch Manager to join their Dublin Offices beginning May 2019. This 11-month contract will give you the opportunity to upgrade your leadership skills and experience a dynamic environment where you would play a very important role in the decision-making process. This implies that you will gain key experience in a very niche sector which will make your profile even more sought-after in the years to come. What is expected from you? • 5-10 years of experience in life sciences (pharmaceutical, biology, medical devices) within supply chain/ operations / manufacturing / product management • 5-10 years in a management/supervisory position or in management of new product introduction, launch and project management • Project management experience with GMP, change control and product launch experience • Experience of working with external manufacturers If you would like to hear more about this opportunity, send in your application, or please contact Andra Coman – Contract Recruiter at NonStop Consulting (). NonStop is one of the largest and fastest growing specialised life sciences recruitment companies in Europe. We are proud members of the APSCo life sciences group who ensure we meet the highest quality standards within the recruitment industry. Our offices are located in the UK, Switzerland and the Czech Republic and we hold labour leasing licences across Europe. Please visit our website for a full list of the niche markets we cover
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