Non-Executive Directors of the Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency
The Secretary of State for Health and Social Care is looking to appoint up to four Non-Executive Directors (NEDs) to the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA).
The MHRA regulates medicines, medical devices and blood components for transfusion in the UK. Recognised globally as an authority in its field, the agency plays a leading role in protecting and improving public health and supports innovation through scientific research and development.
To be considered you must be able to demonstrate that you have the qualities, skills and experience in at least one of the following areas:
Innovative Medicines, 2 roles
Candidates will have a medical or healthcare qualification and be considered by their peers to have specialist knowledge on the development and/or clinical use of innovative biological medicines, cell and gene therapies and/or companion diagnostics to deliver meaningful patient benefits.
Digital Health and/or Medical Technologies, 2 roles
Candidates will have a track record of working on the development and clinical application of digital health, artificial intelligence, and/or innovative medical technologies to deliver meaningful patient benefits.
Remuneration will be Â£7,883 per annum for a time commitment of two to three days per month. The Secretary of State for Health and Social Care determines the length of appointment, which is likely to be up to 3 years.
For more information, please visit the Public Appointments website:
Non-Executive Directors of the MHRA (cabinetoffice.gov.uk)
If you require an alternative format such as braille, large print or audio please call Ben Jones on 0113 254 6557 quoting the reference VAC-1715.
The closing date for applications is midday on 10 May 2021.
The Department of Health and Social Care values and promotes diversity and encourages applications from all sections of the community.
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All applicants must be based in the UK and confirm that they are able to prove their eligibility to work in the UK.