Director, Quantitative Clinical Pharmacology

Location Europe
Discipline: Pharmacology
Job type: Permanent
Salary: £€120,000
Contact name: Tom Douglas

Contact email:
Contact phone: +44 1293 584 300
Job ref: 25821
Published: about 1 month ago
Expiry date: 01 Jun 2023 23:59

Are you interested in joining a successful expanding team within Clinical Pharmacology and Pharmacometrics, where you can utilise your technical skills alongside high level strategic input?

I am actively searching for experienced Clinical Pharmacokinetics experts to take on a Directorial position within a market-leading, Global Pharma. With a unique approach and application of innovative methods, they are looking for an experienced individual to make an impact in their research into some of the most complex and serious diseases.


My client is a well-established organisation with an extremely strong pipeline of research that leads from early discovery to marketed products. This would be an ideal role for a proactive candidate with strong technical skills who is motivated to have a positive effect on patients’ lives worldwide. As well as providing a supportive environment for personal development, this role is accompanied with a highly competitive salary and benefits package.

As Quantitative Clinical Pharmacology Director, you will be responsible for leading the management of multiple goals for the development of multiple therapeutic projects. You will have responsibility for leading PKPD modelling and Clinical Pharmacology strategic input. Alongside this, you will also be responsible for independently leading the PK/PD activities across multiple therapeutic areas and stages of development. You should also maintain a strong cohesive atmosphere with other groups in the company.

The ideal candidate will have:

  • A PhD in a relevant field in Life Sciences

  • Experience working within and applying Clinical Pharmacology procedures and Pharmacometrics methodology.

  • Significant skills handling PKPD operations, alongside technical skills.

  • Strong hands-on skill / knowledge with Modelling & Simulation software – including NonMEM, WinNonlin, R, Monolix (Gastroplus or SimCYP would be highly desirable also)

  • Demonstrated leadership experiences, alongside multiple project management abilities within Clinical Pharmacology and Pharmacometrics.

  • Strong communication skills along with excellent spoken and written English.