Director, Scientific Operations Team, Labceutics

Job Location
Virtual Organisation
This is a permanent post offering a competitive salary dependent upon the experience of the successful candidate. Other competitive benefits such as health and pensions can also be included.
Job Description

As Director of Scientific Operations you would take the lead in specific Labceutics projects, and be involved in the delivery of others.  You would be lead and be accountable for the delivery of pharmaceutical client projects.  You would need to meet deadlines with an ethos of not just delivering the end product but delighting the client with the quality of the deliverables and outcomes.  You would need to manage interfacing with clients. You would be managing day to day delivery of client projects. You may identify potential client projects and develop those ideas in partnership with the team. You would liaise closely with all Labceutics stakeholders: laboratories, clients, expert advisors etc.  You would provide scientific insight and knowledge and input where required both in developing new projects and in delivering projects. Projects are developed and delivered using the Diaceutics method©.  You would need to be organised and able to project manage, keep records accurately, have excellent presentation skills and to work logically and methodically both individually and as part of the larger team with an eye for quality.

The successful candidate will have the opportunity to travel internationally and so will require the ability and willingness to do so.  In addition, in view of our ‘virtual organization’ philosophy, this post offers the advantage of home-based working and flexible working hours but within the boundaries of business needs and client expectations.

You would be involved in actively maintaining and developing relationships with Labceutics’ network of laboratories and with our trusted expert partners.



The following attributes are desirable but not mandatory.  If you are interested in the post you are encouraged to apply, even if you do not meet all criteria listed.

The successful candidate would ideally:

  • Be located within close proximity to a good travel hub due to potential travel opportunities within this role
  • Have knowledge of molecular diagnostics
  • Understand the oncology testing environment in Germany including how the Laboratory Physician Interface works along with the geography etc. of healthcare in Germany
  • Have a good knowledge of pathology testing
  • Have knowledge and experience around laboratory oncology diagnostic tests
  • Be confident that they could communicate with laboratory professionals, oncologists and clients including to recruit laboratories and oncologists to take part in studies and to discuss the science behind the studies
  • Have the confidence to produce and present proposals, study findings etc to pharmaceutical clients
  • Be able to undertake self-directed work
  • Be able to converse confidently in both verbal and written English
  • Have confidence in working with a variety of IT software
  • Have a network of contacts in Germany
  • Have experience of working in an oncology testing laboratory especially molecular diagnostics
  • Have experience in the medical device industry with experience in working with molecular diagnostics


How to Apply

If you are interested in joining an enthusiastic team in a highly esteemed specialist business, focusing on Personalized Medicine as a scientifically and commercially fascinating fast growing market opportunity, please send your CV and a letter of interest to


If you require further information or prefer an exploratory discussion with us, please contact Andrea Jack, Quality Manager, Scientific Operations at


About Our Organization

Labceutics leverages the Laboratory Physician Interface (LPI) globally to integrate companion and complementary drugs and tests into the patient pathway.  The solutions offered by Labceutics include Market Insights (consulting based), Laboratory Data (retrospective and prospective), Market Access (recognising that the laboratory is the key stakeholder to test adoption) and a suite of IT Solutions.

Labceutics has a network of partner laboratories and trusted expert advisors that participate in and/or advise upon the variety of projects delivered by Labceutics. 

Labceutics has projects completed or underway involving the following conditions/biomarkers NSCLC (ALK), PDL1, CML (BCR-ABL), Melanoma (BRAF), Post-Stem Cell Transplant Chimerism Monitoring, mCRC (RAS) and others.  Projects invariably include use of a combination of the solutions offered by Labceutics. 

We are looking for an individual to join our team who has experience in the molecular diagnostics field.

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