37.5 hours per week
Potential Hybrid working
Sequani is a contract research organisation with over 40 years experience in the conduct of non-clinical regulatory safety testing - toxicology studies for our world-wide client base. As a Silver Investor in People organisation, we are confident that we can offer a varied role, together with a good range of company benefits and excellent career progression. Our customers frequently complement us on our friendly, professional and high-quality service and we inject commitment and purpose into everything we do.
Our flagship Toxicology Department has unrivalled expertise in running a wide variety of regulatory toxicology studies to determine the safety of new drugs, crop protection products and chemicals. Key to our success is our team of toxicologists who are instrumental in designing and running studies to meet stringent quality and regulatory requirements. We have built an outstanding reputation in general toxicology, juvenile toxicology and reproductive toxicology with a worldwide customer portfolio. We have established an enviable reputation for the design, execution and delivery of quality safety evaluation programmes.
Reporting to the Leading Toxicologist, the role involves working in the Toxicology department alongside Study Directors and Associate Toxicologists. You will be taking the first step towards becoming a Study Director, which is a key role in regulatory toxicology conducted according to Good Laboratory Practice. The job role will be mainly desk based but there will be frequent opportunities to view procedures around site in other operational areas. Indeed, the role of Study Director requires a broad understanding of the practical aspects of toxicology studies. The main responsibilities will be:
Shadow the Study Directors and act as a Study Supervisor on multidisciplinary studies.
Assist in the preparation of all study documentation.
Assist in the preparation and collation of data for study summaries and scientific reports.
Assist in the maintenance of study files, containing all relevant correspondence relating to a study.
View and develop an understanding of procedures in operational areas.
Skills and experience:
The successful candidate for this role will at least be an honours graduate in a biological or biomedical science, preferably including an element of toxicology or a closely related discipline. No previous experience is required but you must be able to demonstrate a diligent work ethic and the ability to manage multiple projects. We are looking for someone who can produce first class scientific reports, who is eager to learn new skills and develop and expand on their existing knowledge.
What we offer:
We are a small, friendly company with a focus on quality and customer service. We can offer you first class training to support you in your career development whether you already have experience or whether this is your first professional role.
We have a full range of company benefits to support you now and in the future. We think it s important to say thank you, and to recognise anyone who has demonstrated our company values, so we have a well-developed range of formal and informal recognition practices at company, team and individual level