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Primary Location: Reading, Berkshire, United Kingdom Additonal Locations: Amsterdam, Netherlands,NLD; Antwerp, Belgium,BEL; Athens, Greece,GRC; Barcelona, Spain,ESP; Bratislava, Slovakia,SVK; Bucharest, Romania,ROU; Budapest, Hungary,HUN; Copenhagen, Denmark,DNK; Dublin, Ireland,IRL; Frankfurt, Germany,DEU; Kiev, Ukraine,UKR; Milan, Italy,ITA; Oeiras, Portugal,PRT; Solna, Sweden,SWE; Warsaw, Poland,POL; Zagreb, Croatia,HRV Full time R1264735

Job description


Home-Based/Hybrid: UK/Europe

Decision Sciences - Clinical Pharmacology/Pharmacokinetics


As a pharmacokineticist, you will perform analysis and reporting of simple Phase I-IV clinical pharmacology studies, such as dose tolerance, dose proportionality, bioavailability, and drug-drug interactions, as well as population PK studies as required. 

You will also collaborate with study team members regarding study execution as it relates to timelines, data quality, and interpretation of results.


  • As a project PK Scientist, you will develop or oversee the development of protocols, statistical analysis plans, PK/PD analysis, PK/PD tables, listings and figures, and clinical study reports for simple Phase I-IV clinical pharmacology studies

  • Ensure quality and timely delivery of the project PK/PD deliverables to clients

  • Provide progress updates/reports on the PK/PD deliverables the Project Manager

  • Participate on project-related cross functions teams that include Project Manager, CRA, Data Manager, Biostatistician, Programmer, and Medical Writer

  • Manage customer relationships and interact with internal business units, and third-party vendors at project level

  • Provide training and guidance to junior staff members l and new staff as required.


  • Ph.D. or MSc degree in Pharmacokinetics or in Pharmacy

  • Minimum 5 years of relevant experience

  • Sound knowledge of Pharmacokinetic concepts, including noncompartmental analysis and population PK modeling as required

  • Sound knowledge of appropriate PK/PD standards and processes

  • Basic understanding of the principles of the drug development process, ICH GCP, and applicable International and National regulatory requirements

  • Good computer skills in WinNonlin, and SigmaPlot graphics, as well as NONMEM, SPlus and basic SAS programming, as required

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