Agenda are working in partnership with a South London based life science laboratory animal facility to recruit an experienced Principal Animal Technician, to provide research support and maintenance for all animal-based research projects undertaken at their facility. The post holder will be responsible for supervision of staff and will act as a point of contact for external research customers and organisations and will also be able to cover duties of the Deputy Unit Manager when required.
On behalf of our client, we are looking to recruit a Bioproducts Technician to assist with the collection and testing of animal samples for health screening and biproduct activity. This is a great opportunity for candidates looking to pursue a career in a laboratory environment to learn new skills and receive further development and training.
Please note that due to our client’s rural location and in the absence of suitable public transport links, having your own transport is essential.
On behalf of our client, we are looking to recruit a Facility Manager to organise the day-to-day operation of a facility in Central London. The post holder will be expected to make a major contribution in maintaining regulatory compliance for safety and use of animals. The FM will fully understand the requirements of the Animals (Scientific Procedures) Act 1986 and its operation and will help ensure compliance at all times. They will liaise on a regular basis with the NVS and the Home Office Inspector as required.
The FM will also supervise the technical and animal care support staff of the Unit and will be added to the Home Office Establishment License as a ‘Named Animal Care and Welfare Officer”.
Our client, a leading CRO specialising in pre-clinical cancer research are looking to recruit a Licensed Animal Technician to join their in vivo laboratory team. The successful candidate will be required to perform experimental procedures on a range of projects and support the functioning of the in vivo laboratory and new drug development programs.
On behalf of our client, we are looking to recruit a Study Director manage phases of animal studies in areas of oncology and inflammation. The successful candidate will provide expertise in areas of design, implementation, and analysis of in vivo and in vitro data, and be responsible for reviewing data and reports to monitor overall quality.
On behalf of our client, we are looking to recruit an experienced Research Surgeon to provide surgical expertise and scientific input into the daily activities of the facility. The successful candidate will provide surgical services to in-house and external customers and collaborate with internal colleagues to assist in the development of new products and surgical techniques.
Our client, a global leader in drug discovery and development of novel small molecule drugs, provides bespoke anti-infective drug discovery and development services for a wide range of diseases and life-threatening infections arising from bacteria, fungi and viruses including multi-drug resistant organisms.
Being part of the dynamic, high-performing and friendly Anti-Infectives team, you would be participating in the design and delivery of pre-clinical studies in infectious disease and DMPK areas.
Our client, a global drug discovery and development company, is looking for a key scientific and in vivo operations lead, to deliver the overall anti-infectives in vivo pharmacology strategy, including the addition and commercialisation of new technologies and experimental techniques to the platform. They will be ensuring delivery of projects on time and to budget as well as generating technical proposals to win new business, acting as a client interface.
Our client, a leading consultancy and experimental services provider in the pharmaceutical industry, are looking to recruit a DMPK Scientist to play a key role in drug development projects. The successful candidate must have an understanding of in-life rodent studies and will be required to manage multiple tasks and meet deadlines for DMPK studies.
Agenda has a fantastic opportunity for a Junior Animal Technician to work in our facility based in Cambridge. The successful candidate will be joining our facility management team to support the daily care, welfare, and environmental enrichment of laboratory animals. The successful applicant will have previous experience working with animals and will be expected to undergo further training and development in the role.