Tech Transfer Project Manager

  • Salary: Up to €46.70 per hour PAYE
  • REF Number: 00048947
  • Consultant: Natasha Young
  • Contact: 01246 457739
  • Date Published: 25.09.2020
  • Sector: Pharmaceutical
  • Location: Dun Laoghaire, Ireland (Dublin area)
  • Discipline: Analytical Chemistry, Other

CK Group are recruiting for a Tech Transfer Project Manager to join a biopharmaceutical company at their site based in Dun Laoghaire on a contract basis for 12 months.

The Company: Our client is one of the worlds leading manufacturers of biosimilar and biopharmaceutical products used in the treatment of a wide range of human healthcare conditions from cancer to arthritis.

Location: This Tech Transfer Project Manager role will be based at our clients site in Dun Laoghaire, County Dublin.Salary: Up to €46.70 per hour PAYE.

Tech Transfer Project Manager Role:

  • Manage multiple cross-functional TT projects of medium to high complexity to CMOs and ensure adherence to ACM tech transfer business process.
  • Oversee the activities of all operations aspects involved in Technology Transfer to CMOs to ensure a robust transfer.
  • Partner with cross functional team, manage TT related meetings, escalations and drive decision making.
  • Coordinate creation/update of TT related documents.
  • Partner with legal and GSS to create/negotiate TT related contracts.

Your Background:

  • BSc degree (or equivalent) with 4 years of Project Management experience (Tech Transfer, pharma/biotech).
  • Understand the TT phases, how theyare executed, key requirements and regulations.
  • Pharma operations experience is essential.
  • Experience in Manufacturing operations but contract manufacturing preferred, tech transfer experience is most important.
  • GMP environment work experience and thorough understanding of biological/chemistry technology transfer processes and timelines.

Apply: For more information or to apply for this Tech Transfer Project Manager position, please contact Natasha on 01246 457739 or email, quoting job ref 48947.

It is essential that applicants hold entitlement to work in Ireland.

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