project co-ordinator

The polkadotfrog team are recruiting for a fantastic Pharmaceutical company based in the centre of Cambridge, they’re looking for a Project Co-Ordinator for a 6 month temporary role to start as soon as possible.

 

The Position:

 

The main part of the role would be dealing with any requests for information about internal projects and ensuring a smooth end-to-end process for each request.

 

Other duties include:

 

  • Coordinating clinical information sharing requests.
  • Using tools to monitor progress on information requests.
  • Responsible for tracking progress of requests.
  • Incorporating the customer need into lifecycle of the process.
  • General Administrative duties as required.

 

Why should you apply?

 

It is an excellent opportunity for a candidate who is looking for a new challenge. They are an excellent global organisation and they are looking for someone who is looking for is looking to move forward in a position, would be able to challenge the status quo, think beyond the role and drive continuous improvement.

 

The role is based in Central Cambridge, there is a fantastic public transport links to the site however there is not parking available on site.

 

The client is looking for someone who is immediately available or has a short notice period and would be able to start in the next couple of weeks.

 

It is an initial 6-month contract, however they are recruiting permanently for the role eventually and for the right candidate there could be the opportunity to move to a permanent contract.

 

What we’re looking for:

 

    • Previous work experience as a Project Coordinator or similar role.
    • Excellent IT skills in particular with MS Office products.
    • Clear communication skills both written and verbal.
    • Productive and flexible approach to work.
    • Able to prioritise tasks, remain calm and focused under pressure deadlines.

 

  • Process driven and able to follow instructions.

 

 

Previous experience working in a Pharmaceutical or scientific environment would be beneficial but not essential.