Are you seeking a home-based contract in the UK with a flexible working hours? Are you a Clinical Study Manager with extensive global trial leadership experience and strong expertise in Oncology studies? Are you looking for a challenging long-term contract with an innovator in the Oncology field, leading an internationally based team passionate about their work? Are you looking to form a long-term relationship with an organisation that engages contractors in strategic roles?
If the answer to each of these questions is YES, then I would welcome hearing from you.
You will join a highly successful pharmaceutical organisation that is expanding through exceeding its performance, revenue and profit targets. The organisation has a significant investment ratio in drug development with a record number of compounds in clinical studies. Oncology is the largest therapeutic area for development within the company, as it continues to enhance its position as a pioneer and innovator in this field.
The focus of this role is study ownership and study team leadership of an interventional Oncology study that will be running in multiple countries (Europe and Asia Pacific at least but most likely US, Latin America, Russia and China as well) dependent on patient availability. The study will be complex in nature and involves an emphasis on aspects such as patient recruitment strategy, patient retention and data quality plus overall leadership abilities.
The Study Manager is responsible for all aspects of the assigned study from conception to final medical report including the budget and measurable deliverables. The responsibilities encompass all aspects of the planning, implementation, analysis and reporting of the study within the timelines and budgets. An important element is the identification and leadership of a cross-functional international team and a strong appreciation of working with other cultures.
A full job specification is available on request.
The contract is for an initial 12 months and will be extendable by 12-month periods. The expectation is to work with the company for the duration of the study phase as a minimum, though they look to secure longer-term relationships with contractors. The company is highly “contractor friendly” with a significant proportion of clinical management staff being “in-sourced colleagues” who are supported through a robust on-boarding and training program. The contract provides the security of a 2-month notice period with a competitive daily rate and flexible 7 hour working day.
We can accommodate notice periods / future availability dates with a flexible start date; securing the right candidate is of prime importance.
We are seeking a committed and professional individual with global clinical trial management and study team leadership experience in Oncology studies. Oncology knowledge should incorporate a strong patient focus, safety criteria and endpoints. Due to the international nature of the studies and study team you will need to demonstrate a strong appreciation of working with a variety of cultures. Candidates will be considered from pharmaceutical, bio-tech, CRO and not-for-profit environments. Team fit and shared values will form an important part of the selection criteria due to the anticipated longevity of the contract (which could include permanent employment opportunities although long term contractors are equally respected).
We look forward to hearing from you
Energy Engineer - Contract
Competitive Salary + Benefits
Penguin Recruitment is delighted to be working alongside a leading energy and environmental consultancy to bring in an energy engineer to join their team on a 3-month basis.
For over 25 years our client has proudly delivered energy efficiency, carbon management and cost reduction solutions to a high-quality clientele across the country. Their service covers everything from upfront strategic planning, right through to project management and implementation.
This is a home-based role, covering commercial and industrial sites across the UK. You will undertake building services and industrial process surveys with the aim of identifying and quantifying energy reduction opportunities. You will be travelling throughout the UK to sites as required, with fuel expenses being covered by our client.
To be considered for this energy survey engineer role, you will:
Be educated to degree level preferably in an engineering, or a scientific discipline
Have an understanding of energy compliance schemes such as ESOS
Be able to interpret and provide insight from energy, cost and carbon data
Have experience with energy auditing and be able to produce technical reports compliant with the BS EN 16247 standard
Have experience with/knowledge of ISO 50001To be considered for this role, you will hold a full, clean driver's license, as person transport is essential for site visits.
Interested? To discuss this position or other roles in the Sustainability Sector, please contact Sam Harris on (phone number removed), or email a copy of your CV over to and we will be in touch shortly