CHIEF SCIENCE OFFICER or CHIEF SCIENTIFIC OFFICER, Oncology Precision Medicine

Organization
Pharma-Cruiting Life Sciences Executive Search
Job Location
Chicago
Chicago, IL 60601
Salary
Highly competitive
Benefits

Excellent Benefits

Job Description

Pharma-Cruiting Life Sciences Executive Search is seeking a CHIEF SCIENCE OFFICER or CHIEF SCIENTIFIC OFFICER, CSO or VICE PRESIDENT, RESEARCH or VICE PRESIDENT SCIENTIFIC AFFAIRS (title to be determined) for a Cancer Genetics Precision Medicine company.  The successful candidate will be the right hand person to the President and work closely with the executive team to ensure that the company strategy is aligned with other areas of the business. 

The position will involve strategic planning, project planning, road mapping and day to day leadership of the Computational Biology, BioInformatics, Laboratory, and Variant Scientist teams.

The ideal candidate will have held a senior scientific leadership role with a cancer genetics company.  Our client is flexible on title and level but could be Senior Director if someone is less experienced.  Must have outstanding communication skills, be a strategic thinker, troubleshooter and have the ability to get into the weeds when required yet oversee everything.

 

Please note this is a newly created position and the job description is still being compiled.

 

 

 

How to Apply

Email ruth@pharmacruiting.com to apply

About Our Organization

Pharma-Cruiting Global Life Sciences Executive Search is an industry leading global recruiting firm headquartered in the Philadelphia area in the United States. We specialize in executive search at all levels through to Chief Executive Officer in Pharmaceuticals, Biotechnology & Medical Devices with a focus on Oncology Precision Medicine, Immuno-Oncology and Immunotherapy throughout the United States and globally.

Some of our searches are not posted due to confidentiality purposes.
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