Administrative Coordinator - RCYTLAB0020
Cyted's mission is to revolutionise diagnostic methods to build a world where disease is prevented rather than treated. We focus on providing digital diagnostic infrastructure to drive the earlier detection of disease. Our technologies use artificial intelligence and novel biomarkers to unlock clinical insight and improve patient outcomes.
The Cyted group develops and deploys digital diagnostic services for research and clinical use. Our services are designed to dignify and empower, placing patients at the heart of our services.
Cyted is seeking a Administrative Coordinator (Lab) to join our amazing team. The Administrative Coordinator will directly support the Senior Director of Business Technology across a diversity of key functions, including project management and operations in order to meet key project/company deadlines. The role holder will help develop project plans and track project performance. They will assist with resource planning and allocation to meet budgetary objectives. The Administrative Coordinator will manage daily project documentation and will engage with stakeholders on a daily basis.
- Support for ongoing projects to ensure that key project deadlines are met.
- Assist with the streamlining of day-to-day operations in a variety of areas.
- Manage systems including project management tools and shared inboxes.
- Engage with stakeholders and ensure that communications are clear and facilitate effective action.
- Ensure compliance with industry standards.
- Creation of, and contribution towards, corporate records, documents and reports.
- Contributing to the culture of our inclusive and enthusiastic team
Working pattern, location and salary:
The role is a full-time position with a standard 37.5 hour working week. The role holder may be required to work flexibly.
The Administrative Coordinator will be based at the Pathognomics laboratory in Huntingdon. The Administrative Coordinator may need to visit other company sites.
Salary in the range of £30,000 to £38,000 per annum depending on skills and experience.
- 25 days holiday per holiday year plus public holidays
- Pension scheme
- A knowledgeable, high-achieving, experienced and fun team
- The chance to be part of a growing start-up, the next leader in building integrated diagnostics by combining molecular biomarkers with digital solutions
- Perks at work scheme
- Free refreshments
Qualifications and background:
- Undergraduate degree or equivalent.
- A minimum of 5 years administrative experience in a fast-paced environment.
- Working in a healthcare or scientific environment (desirable).
- Experience of project and/or grant management in an industry or academic environment (desirable).
- Complex document creation.
- Demonstrable experience of working on multiple projects to tight deadlines.
Knowledge, skills and abilities:
- Knowledge of compliance processes.
- Outstanding interpersonal and communication skills with ability to relate well to individuals at all levels.
- Fully proficient in using the English language with excellent grammar and spelling.
- Good organisation and time management with ability to meet deadlines.
- Excellent problem-solving, analytical and troubleshooting skills.
- Ability to work autonomously or with team members.
- A can-do, flexible attitude with the ability to adapt to changing priorities.
- Outstanding attention to detail
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