Head of Automation – Laboratory – Oxford
Global high growth diagnostic organisation requires a Head of Automation in Oxford to be a key member of the global product development team to support automations process activity globally. This is a fantastic opportunity for someone who is looking to join an agile organisation where they will have a key impact on the strategic company goals. The role requires the successful candidate to provide strong leadership, inspiration and vision by making key decision within the automation team. You will lead the transfer of novel assays from the development stage through to routine practice both internally and externally on a Global scale.
As the Head of Automation you will be expected to work with a variety of other departments including QA, QC, Development and Marketing to ensure the proposed solutions meet the customers’ needs. Through effective leadership you will develop and manage junior scientists and engineers within the development group to form a cohesive and functional team within automation.
An academic background in a relevant discipline preferable Biotechnology or Biochemistry is preferred. Experience within a lab environment and working within automation and instrumentation both in development and launch phases is essential. You will also need to be familiar with Quality system concepts and CLIA requirements as well as an understanding of working within a regulated environment such as FDA.
There is a highly competitive package on offer and a chance to have a real impact on a high growth company that is at the cutting edge of the IVD industry. For further details on the role and organisation or for a confidential discussion please contact Eugene Mc Daid Tel: +44(0) 121 161 3475.
Laboratory Automation product Development Immunoassays In Vitro Diagnostics Oxford Oxfordshire QMS QA QC FDA instrumentation Automated Head of Automation
Job Reference: EM/HAUTO/OX_1574094476
Broadcast As: 117
Salary To: Negotiable
Job Type: Full Time
Job Term: Permanent
Recruitment Consultant: Eugene McDaid