|Salary:||£54,421 to £82,227 per annum|
|Placed On:||26th May 2023|
|Closes:||20th June 2023|
Location: Aston University Main Campus
Contract Type: Fixed Term (31/03/2025)
Closing Date: 23.59 hours BST on Friday 09 June 2023
Interview Date: Tuesday 20 June 2023
Aston University is currently seeking an experienced Regulatory Affairs Specialist to act as a consultant for the West Midlands SPARK Programme, modelled after Stanford's model for preclinical acceleration. This exciting position provides a unique opportunity to contribute to the dynamic field of healthcare innovation, playing a crucial role in driving and facilitating preclinical development projects led by academics, clinicians, and regional companies.
SPARK is a unique partnership between university and industry founded by Professor Daria Mochly-Rosen in 2006 at Stanford University in USA. The purpose is to provide the education and mentorship necessary to advance research discoveries from the bench to the bedside. SPARK provides access to specialised knowledge and technical expertise regarding drug and diagnostic development and sources of funding to support translational efforts.
You will support the on-boarding process for a diverse portfolio of preclinical projects onto the SPARK programme, ensuring appropriate regulatory strategies are developed that give each project the best chance at reaching clinical trial stage, or market authorisation where clinical trials are not required. This will include making sure the regulatory strategy of these projects stands up to due diligence carried out by educated investors.
You will do this by utilising your experience in at least one of the following three fields; Diagnostics Development, Medical Device Development (Minimum Class 2) or Therapeutics Development. You will have specific experience working with the Research and Development teams of companies in the sector.
You will be expected to collaborate closely with a broader consortium of stakeholders, fostering growth and advancement of the regions bio/medtech sector. This will involve providing ad-hoc consultancy to regional SMEs and groups not necessarily part of the SPARK Programme.
Where possible you will partner with the SPARK project manager and project teams to streamline the onboarding process onto the SPARK programme, assisting them in creating robust, industry-standard pathways compliant with existing regulations.
If you wish to further discuss this role please contact Luke Southan (L.Southan@Aston.ac.uk).
Anonymous shortlisting will be carried out for this role as part of Aston University’s commitment to equality and diversity and ensuring a fair and consistent approach to recruitment. Personal details that are included on application forms, including the candidate’s name and address will not be disclosed to the shortlisting panel. CVs will not be considered as part of the shortlisting process.
Interview Date: 19/06/2023 and 20/06/2023
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