Translational Research Manager x 2 - London, UK

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London, UK
£53,650 to £58,337 per annum
Sep 08, 2016
Oct 02, 2016
Result Type
Position Type
Full Time

Translational Research Manager x 2
UCL Office of the Vice Provost (Health) Translational Research Office
The appointment will be full time on UCL Grade 9
The salary range will be £53,650 to £58,337 per annum, inclusive of London Allowance

The Translational Research Office (TRO) has wide access to the biomedical community within UCL, its partner hospitals and institutes. It has responsibility for developing and managing UCL’s diverse set of translational research projects, including Advanced therapies (cells and gene),  biotherapeutics (antibodies, peptides), biomarkers, devices, surgical techniques and small molecules.

The TRO is now growing in response to its increasing portfolio. The post holder will work with Principal Investigators and Clinicians in developing translational project plans, crafting and submitting grant applications to major funders and project managing successfully funded projects.

You will be educated to post graduate degree level or have an equivalent level of experience. You will have extensive, recent experience of translational science, co-ordinating and progressing product development along the value chain from discovery and research, through to pre-clinical and clinical testing (phase I/II). You will possess excellent interpersonal skills with a proven track record of building and leading effective, high performing teams.

For further details about the vacancy and how to apply online, please click on the 'Apply' button and search on Reference Number 1577015.

Informal enquiries about the vacancy should be addressed to Dr Pamela Tranter ( If you have any queries regarding the vacancy or the application process, please contact Amanda Felstone ( ) or 020 7679 0800.

Closing Date: 2 October 2016
Latest time for the submission of applications: 23:59.
Interview Date: W/C 18 October 2016

We particularly welcome female applicants and those from an ethnic minority, as they are under-represented within UCL at this level.