Senior Consultant / Project Leader, Europe

Job Location
United Kingdom

Diaceutics will offer the successful candidate an attractive remuneration package. The successful candidate will receive a monthly base compensation and will be eligible for discretionary bonus payments on a quarterly basis. In addition to base compensation and bonus payments, the successful candidate will be eligible to receive restricted shares in Diaceutics.

Job Description


This full-time, permanent role will initially report directly to the Executive Vice President and Managing Director, Consulting, and offers the opportunity to be part of a high calibre multinational team of senior industry experts in the field of Personalized Medicine. As a valued member of our global consulting team, the Senior Consultant / Project Leader will be instrumental in the further development of our European business and client relationships, thereby filling a critical role in driving the firm’s overall business performance.

Candidate Profile


This position requires a robust understanding of the Personalized Medicine field, the current status and projected future development, critical success factors and business models, and, preferably, an established network of contacts in this area and the broader European health care and life sciences environment.

The successful candidate needs to have proven his/her ability to lead and manage client projects, including the organization of resources and project structure, the management of project financials against revenue and profitability targets, and the timely delivery of high quality analyses and conceptual work for and on behalf of external or internal clients.

He/she will interact confidently and effectively with clients from analyst to senior executive levels as well as with his/her Diaceutics colleagues within our consulting team and, cross-functionally, in our other businesses. In order to deliver top quality client projects, he/she will combine proven outstanding analytical and conceptual thinking capabilities, and a results-driven attitude with a track record as an accomplished negotiator and presenter within a consulting business or a consulting-equivalent function within a pharmaceutical or diagnostics company.  A scientific background in genetics, molecular diagnostics, or a related area is a plus but not an essential prerequisite. Initially supported by senior members of the Diaceutics team, he/she will be expected to independently lead introductory discussions, project proposals and contract negotiations as well as all other relevant client interactions in the medium term.

Development Opportunities:

Diaceutics is committed to developing the business and interpersonal skills of our staff. A critical development objective for the successful candidate will be his/her ability to independently contribute to our firms business development targets by acquiring project engagements for the Consulting division as well as by successfully  introducing our other Personalized Medicine services and products to existing and new clients.

Subject to meeting agreed performance and development criteria and overall corporate and business development progress, the Senior Consultant / Project Leader, dependent on his/her level of entry into our firm, will be eligible for promotion to Project Leader or Director, respectively, within 18 months from joining our firm.

Location and Travel:

This position will require the ability and willingness to travel extensively but, owing to our “virtual organization” philosophy, offers the advantages of home-based work and flexible working hours, within the boundaries of business needs and client expectations. Diaceutics will offer the successful candidate a competitive remuneration package, including the opportunity to participate in the growth and success of our firm as a shareholder.

How to Apply

If you are interested in further exploring this exciting opportunity to join an enthusiastic team in a well-positioned, highly esteemed specialist consulting business, focusing on Personalized Medicine as a scientifically and commercially fascinating and fast growing market opportunity, and spearheading a paradigm shift in the health care and life sciences sector, please send you’re CV and a letter of interest to [email protected] by 3rd April 2015.

If you require further information or prefer an exploratory discussion with us, please contact Sarah Short Diaceutics Team Administrator on [email protected]


About Our Organization

Diaceutics drives personalized medicine success. Our consulting, software and service solutions help the pharmaceutical and diagnostic industries understand how to make the PM business model work — for all stakeholders. We standardize the planning, analytical and action steps needed for the successful development, commercialization and launch of targeted therapies for more cost-effective planning. And we help drive better decisions based on actual evidence, resulting in stronger return on the huge investments made in PM — delivering a true competitive and financial advantage.

From the very beginning of our firm, our consulting services have been at the core of Diaceutics’ portfolio of services for our clients. In order to further expand our consulting business and strengthen our team in Europe, we are seeking to bring on board an experienced management consultant in the role of Senior Consultant / Project Leader, Consulting, to be based in Western or Central Europe. Preferred locations include the UK, France, Germany, and Switzerland, however, due to our “virtual organization” philosophy, candidates based in other European countries are encouraged to apply too.

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