Laboratory Manager Uk Visa Sponsorship Available

June 24, 2024
£47.5 - £50 / year

Job Description


Key Information

Salary: Based on comparable abilities and experience.Future advancement is predicated on an annual performance evaluation.

This position is eligible for ICR sponsorship. Support will be offered for Visa application costs. If you are thinking about moving to the UK, more information may be found here.

Contract Duration: Fixed Term of Three Years

Weekly hours: 35 hours (full-time).

Closing Date: July 7, 2024.

Job Details:

Under the supervision of Prof. Trevor Graham, we are looking for a Laboratory Manager to join the Centre for Evolution and Cancer and Groups in the Division of Molecular Pathology.

Key Requirements

The ideal candidate should have an undergraduate degree in a scientific discipline and appropriate experience working in a research laboratory.

Department/Directorate Information

The Division of Molecular Pathology is currently made up of 11 multidisciplinary research teams that are dedicated to investigating cancers from patients and models of these diseases. Our goal is to understand the processes that cause cancer growth and resistance to treatment, and then apply that knowledge for translational benefit. The Division comprises the Centre for Evolution and Cancer (CEC), where the postholder will be headquartered at ICR’s Sutton location.

We advise all applicants to review the job material attached for more information about this position. For a casual discussion about the position, please contact Chris Jones or Trevor Graham via email at or

About the Institute of Cancer Research.

Why work for us?

As a member of staff, you will have unique access to a variety of employee benefits.

The ICR is devoted to assisting overseas applicants applying for roles; please click here for more information.

The Institute of Cancer Research, London, is one of the world’s most significant cancer research institutes, with a track record of success spanning over a century. More information on working at the ICR can be found here.

We welcome applications from all candidates, regardless of where they are currently based. We will pick individuals who have the potential to become or help the world’s leading cancer researchers in the future based on their application and interview performance. We particularly welcome British applicants from black and ethnic minority backgrounds, as they are underrepresented in STEM professions both inside the ICR and nationally.