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Trainee/ Senior Study Manager

Company: Envigo
The role: Trainee Senior Study Manager
Deadline Date: Tuesday 30th April 2019

Do you have a degree in Life Sciences or similar field and are you looking for your first role as a Trainee Study Manager in Toxicology?


Are you currently working as a Study Manager and looking for a new challenge within a Global CRO?

If you answered YES then come and work for Envigo! We are a global organisation that strives to make a difference to people’s everyday lives by bringing essential products to the market. As one of the world’s premier Contract Research Organisations, Envigo’s mission is to help build a healthier and safer world by providing research services for a multitude of customers.

Our Toxicology departments across our sites in Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire and Eye, Suffolk are growing and we have a range of career opportunities, including Trainee Study Manager, Study Manager & Senior Study Manager.

Apply today and one of our Talent Acquisition Partners will be in touch to discuss next steps.

Emily Larham
Talent Acquisition Partner
Tel: +44 (0)1480 892 234

Development Toxicologist: Senior/Principal Scientist

Company: KalVista Pharmaceuticals
The role: Development Toxicologist: Senior/Principal Scientist
Salary: To be agreed
Deadline Date: Friday 26th April 2019

KalVista Pharmaceuticals ( is focused on the discovery, development and commercialization of small molecule protease inhibitors as new treatments for diseases with significant unmet need. Listed on the Nasdaq Stock Market, we have offices and laboratories in both Salisbury, UK and Cambridge, MA, USA.

We are seeking an enthusiastic and motivated Toxicologist to join our friendly team in Salisbury, UK. The successful applicant will work within the Development team to provide Toxicology expertise to the pre-clinical and clinical development projects. You are likely to have an MSc/PhD in toxicology, pharmacology or a related discipline and to have at least 5 years industry experience.

Your responsibilities will include:

• Designing, contracting and study monitoring GLP studies together with interpretation and reporting of data from in silico/in vitro/in vivo safety pharmacology and toxicology studies.
• Designing and planning toxicology studies to support clinical development of compounds including FIM-enabling programs through to NDA/MAA. Input to budgeting costs and managing cost adjustments for studies.
• Evaluating, reviewing and interpreting the output from toxicology studies and other disciplines to evaluate human health risk assessments.
• Providing toxicology expertise to inform studies in other disciplines e.g. DMPK, clinical.
• As a member of cross-functional project teams, providing non-clinical support and advice for the clinical development programmes in order to achieve project team deliverables.
• Ensuring compliance with relevant regulatory, GXP and animal welfare standards, procedures and guidelines.
• Ensuring an up to date knowledge of international regulatory guidelines applicable to nonclinical safety assessment studies.
• Acting at all times according to industry and Company standards and ethics.
• Balancing competing projects of varying complexity and prioritising work according to business objectives.

Your experience and qualifications:

• BSc/MSc and ideally a PhD in toxicology, pharmacology or a related discipline.
• Greater than five year’s relevant industry experience. CRO or pharmaceutical industry experience preferred.
• Experience to include designing and executing GLP genetic toxicology, general toxicology, safety pharmacology, reproductive toxicology and carcinogenicity assessments including data management and processing, analysis and reporting.
• Advanced knowledge of regulatory toxicology with an understanding of DMPK.
• Expert knowledge of Good Laboratory Practices (GLP); GLP Study Director experience is a plus.
• Ability to write effectively and to summarise non-clinical data to meet the requirements of Module 2 CTD documentation an advantage.
• Ability to work under pressure with multiple competing priorities.
• Excellent interpersonal, intercultural and English verbal, written and presentation skills; Advanced skills in Excel, Word, PowerPoint.

KalVista Pharmaceuticals Ltd, registered office Porton Science Park, Bybrook Road, Porton Down, Salisbury, SP4 0BF. Registered in England & Wales No.07543947
This is a unique opportunity to become part of a successful biotech and to contribute to all aspects of its drug development programs. KalVista is committed to offering a range of staff development opportunities.
Benefits include pension, life assurance, private medical insurance and permanent health insurance.


Applications in writing together with CV should be sent by 26th April 2019 to:
Human Resources, KalVista Pharmaceuticals Ltd, Porton Science Park, Salisbury, SP4 0BF, UK or by email:

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