Scientific Administrator (RenaSci)
RenaSci are an expert provider of in vivo services to the global pharmaceutical industry. With continued growth, and an increasingly diverse range of experimental studies made available to clients, a Scientific Administrator is needed to support the delivery of these world-leading services.
- CRM Administration, supporting our business development team by ensuring records are up-to-date and readily available.
- Website configuration, to include updating key visuals and data.
- Proposal support, giving administrative assistance to the preparation and submission of proposals along with reference to relevant costings.
- Consumable ordering and distribution.
- Assisting with production and circulation of Study Plans, amendments and other Study correspondence.
- Assisting with the production and formatting of Study Reports.
- Organising travel arrangements to conferences/meetings.
- Assisting with the preparation of Project Licences and amendments of Project Licences to the Home Office.
- Maintaining databases for equipment, training, and health surveillance.
- Preparation of presentations, lecture slides etc.
- Liaising with suppliers on waste collection, servicing and calibration of equipment.
- Assisting with health, safety and environment inspections.
- General administration tasks to include support for resource planning through our holiday management system and master schedule.
- Organising meetings, arranging access for visitors.
- Supporting the other scientific administrator as required with responsibilities like health and safety, SOPs, environmental monitoring, and visitor itineraries.
- General executive support to members of the senior team.
Experience, Skills and Personal Qualities
- Excellent written and oral communication skills.
- Excellent organisation, planning and administrative skills.
- Ability to work accurately under pressure to meet deadlines and to prioritise work.
- Highly competent in the use of MS Office (in particular Outlook, Word and Excel).
- Keen attention to detail.
- A proactive, flexible and adaptable approach to problem solving.
- A positive attitude.
- Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to work as part of a team.
- A logical and efficient approach to work.
- Experience of working in a team-oriented environment as well as the ability to work independently with limited supervision needs.
- A high level of professionalism.
- High levels of initiative.
- Ability to take comprehensive minutes of meetings.
- Solid understanding of the research industry.
- A life sciences degree or similar.
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