Discovery Pipeline Project Coordinator

£0 per annum
16 Jun 2017
14 Jul 2017
William Blohm
Contract Type
Full Time
The Role

Primarily, it will be the role of the Discovery Pipeline Project Coordinator to assist the Discovery Pipeline Team organise and coordinate the planning record keeping of both non- clinical and clinical projects. They shall be expected to commute from Cambridge to London regularly.


- Act as interface between Discovery Pipeline and Preclinical and to ensure all projects are set up and properly managed.
- Performing administrative support for the Discovery Pipeline Team.
- Contribute the scientific rationalisation of new projects.
- Design, implementation, and subsequent maintenance the Discovery Pipeline electronic filing structure.
- Set up and maintenance of The Discovery Pipeline Team's SharePoint site.
- Supporting Discovery Pipeline collaborators with invoicing and payment.
- Charged with monitoring and recording expenditures.
- Materials Forecasting and ordering from Materials Supply Department.
- Co-ordination of diaries, meetings, teleconferences.
- Acquisition of literature references for Discovery Pipeline Team via the Librarian
- Organisation of CDA and legal documents between the client and collaborators.
- Management of the RAID process.
- Acts as a conduit between the Pipeline Discovery group and the Preclinical team to facilitate passage of projects through to this group.
- Monitoring Discovery Pipeline SOPs and Guidelines timelines / expiry dates.


- Supporting Discovery Pipeline Team members with generation and maintenance of project plans and timelines to support the team as appropriate
- Liaise between Discovery Pipeline and Preclinical team to provide an accurate material forecasts and orders to the Supply Chain department.
- Co-ordinate with Discovery Pipeline team and collaborators to ensure meetings are organised in a timely manner, rooms booked and agendas circulated.
- Performs quality control checks of the regulatory documents and preclinical study reports.
- Works with preclinical team to ensure that documents and reports are formatted according to the department / Company guidelines.
- Will reference study reports where required, and ensure that all source documents are accessible.


- A degree or higher degree (BSc) in Life Sciences
- Good organisational skills and the ability to prioritise
- Ability to multitask, use initiative and solve problem
- Good communications skills
- Good written and verbal presentation skills
- Excellent attention to detail
- Ability to deliver results within challenging and changing timelines

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