Project Manager (Japanese speaking)

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We are the UK’s largest early Phase Contract Research Organisation (CRO) uniquely based within excellent facilities at two London university hospital sites.

Do you have solid project management experience? Have you got a proven track record of successfully managing projects? Are you well organised and a forward planner? Are you fluent in Japanese and English?

If you can answer yes to the above, this position may be ideally suited to you!

At any one time we perform several clinical trials and this role requires the ability to communicate effectively both internally within and across departments and externally with clients and subcontractors to ensure projects are delivered on time, within budget and to contracted quality standards.

Candidates must have solid project management experience with a successful track record of managing projects and ensuring that their projects have been delivered on time and within budget. Ideally the successful candidate will have relevant experience within the pharmaceutical industry. You will need to be a strong manager with the ability to set targets and ensure they are met at all times. You will need to be a forward thinker capable of planning ahead whilst being able to make necessary changes to the workload at short notice to maintain efficiency standards and continually meet client expectations. Good IT skills and fluency in English and Japanese, both written and oral, is essential. You will work in a fast paced environment reporting to the Commercial Director.

In return we offer a generous remuneration package, a contributory pension scheme, life assurance, private medical insurance and a generous holiday allowance. We also offer a structured training plan and continuous professional development program.

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