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  • Location: Stevenage
  • Salary: Competitive Salary plus excellent benefits package
  • Job Type:Permanent

Posted about 1 month ago

  • Sector: Business Support
  • Contact: Sue Wood
  • Contact Email: sue.wood@nextphaserecruitment.com
  • Contact Phone: 01403 216216
  • Start Date: 2021-03-11
  • Job Ref: V-46679 SW



Are you an experienced Project Support Officer with a background in pharma or biotech?

My client who are at the forefront of advancing the growth of UK cell and gene therapy industry seek an experienced Project Support Officer to work alongside their Head of Skills Delivery where you will play a key part in planning, mapping, and delivering various agreed events and workstream activities, and provide comprehensive administration support to the project teams.

The key accountabilities of the role include:

  • Provision of Secretariat to the project teams and user group meetings.

  • Identify and formulate appropriate governance processes for projects, ensuring regular co-ordination and updates at progress meetings.

  • Provision of relevant project documentation in advance of progress meetings.

  • Management of all project activity across various programmes.

  • Mapping, planning, and implementation of key events.


The right candidate for this role will have the following profile:

  • Confident administrator/project support officer who has worked within a biologics/pharmaceutical/life science or education/apprenticeships environment.

  • Will be able to identify, collate, track and record project activities.

  • Experience of developing and facilitating meetings/events (recruitment days/training days and project meetings)

  • Project ownership and be happy working in a fast-paced environment.

  • Budget and financial acumen

  • Proven relationship management within a biologics or pharmaceutical/life science industry is preferred.


This is a fantastic opportunity for an experienced Project Support Officer to join an inspirational organisation and make a real difference to the cell and gene landscape.