Building An
Expert Team

Advancing together.

Help build a company, a culture, a career by joining an experienced team striving to bring hope to patients across the globe

At Shorla Oncology we feel passionately about the work that we do and the patients that inspire us.

Our focus on oncology gives us the opportunity to truly impact lives. As employees, we are here because we want to be part of a global team, working together to bring hope to underserved patient populations. Our team is smart, collaborative, creative, compassionate and accomplished. Each day we challenge each other to work on solutions for hope while building a company and culture focused on the future.

The patient is at the center of our innovation, our decisions are driven by science while our Shorla Pharma colleagues motivate us to grow and develop every day.

Results for Operations

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At this exciting time in our company’s growth, we are seeking an Operations Programme Manager to join our experienced team.

The Operations Programme Manager works directly with our Director of Operations, Vice President of R&D and other senior level team members.

This position will play a pivotal role in the delivery of key projects through the preparation of project plans and schedules, project design, and the communication of project timelines, tracking and providing real time updates to all relevant stakeholders. The Operations Programme Manager will resolve project issues by working with team members and outsourced collaborators. The Operations Programme Manager will manage strategic partnerships with collaborating organization’s such as contract research organization’s, bioanalytical laboratories, and contract manufacturers. Therefore, the individual will be a strong communicator, versatile and like to work in a hands-on role. An interest in on the job learning and in longer term career development is important.

The successful candidate will have a relevant honours degree in chemistry, pharmacy, or a related discipline. A masters or post graduate qualification in a relevant field is preferred by not essential.

The successful candidate will also have 3-5 years’ experience working in a regulated pharmaceutical environment managing significant new project/product activities that require collaboration with R&D, Regulatory Affairs, Quality Assurance, and Operations is essential. Experience or qualification in project management is highly desirable.

Shorla Oncology will offer an attractive salary and benefits package for the successful candidate.