Project Leader
Project Leader

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Medilink East Midlands Ltd is seeking to recruit a full-time Project Leader to deliver project activity across a range of current and future business support focused projects. For instance, one focus of activity is to provide advice and guidance to help East Midlands businesses become more innovative as part of our delivery of The Healthcare and Bioscience iNet, a project part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund and aimed at stimulating innovation in the East Midlands healthcare and bioscience sector. (Qualified candidates wishing to work part time will be considered).

The suitable candidate will be a conscientious, results-orientated team player able to establish valued professional relationships with clients.

The Project Leader’s main role will be that of client engagement and management. Working with small to medium sized businesses (‘clients’) operating in, or looking to move into, the healthcare and bioscience sector, you will analyse client needs around innovation, identify opportunities and enable connections with suitable expertise to help the development and introduction of innovative products, services or processes. As a Project Leader, you may also be required to take responsibility for the management of projects, as appropriate, including administration around reporting and producing financial claims for funding partners.

This role has shared responsibility for covering the East Midlands region from our base in BioCity Nottingham. The successful applicant will show commercial awareness, particularly with respect to the SME sector; be highly motivated; and have industry / sector experience and / or a life sciences related degree. Experience of NHS / social services procurement processes is desirable; experience of working on publicly funded projects would be an advantage; experience of working with colleges and universities would be useful; but none are essential.


Salary £38,000-42,000 (pro rata – if working part time)


For further details, or for an informal discussion, please contact Ros Graves: / 01159 124 332


What happens next?

To apply, send a detailed CV and a covering letter explaining your suitability for the post, to the below address or by email to by 4th July 2014.

Interviews are scheduled for the 9th July 2014.