About the role    

 We have an exciting permanent opportunity for a Project Lead to join our growing Innovation and Adoption team! We’re looking for candidates with strong project management skills, for evaluation and adoption of products and services into a health and social care setting. You should also have the ability to build relationships and collaborate with academia, health, social care and industry partners. This would ideally be backed up with an understanding or experience of the precision medicine sector.

You’ll also be comfortable and interested in working across a range of important projects, including critical areas such Genomics, Diagnostics and Advanced Therapies.

Our projects range from the short term focusing on service improvements and technology adoption through to more long-term transformative projects such as the development of centres of excellence.   

You will work across a portfolio of diverse and dynamic innovation projects involving local, national, and global partners spanning industry, health and social care, and academia.  

Why work for Life Sciences Hub Wales?   

  • Join us and be part of a small, agile and friendly team    

  • Flexible working culture    

  • Supportive work-life balance with a generous holiday entitlement - 30 days annual   leave plus additional public holidays    

  • Pension scheme supported by an employer contribution of 7%    

Apply now!   

Email us at careers@lshubwales.com with a completed equal opportunities form, your up-to-date CV and a supporting statement (no more than two pages long) explaining how you meet the essential criteria for this role and why you feel you might be the best person for this exciting opportunity.  

We will need your application no later than 12 noon on Tuesday 6 June 2023.  

Interviews will be held on Wednesday 14 June 2023 at our Cardiff Bay office. 

If you would like an initial informal discussion about this role, please contact Kate Coombs, Head of Programme Delivery on kate.coombs@lshubwales.com.   


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