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Director of Research and Development Example CV

Personal information    
Surname(s) / First name(s)  Barrington, Joseph BSc MA (Bio)
Address(es)  50 New Road, Cambridge IP23 5RS
Telephone(s)  +44 1234 456 6778
Fax(es)  +44 2345 345432
E-mail(s)  barringtonjo@example.com
Nationality(-ies)  British
Date of birth  22/08/70
Gender  Male
Desired employment / Occupational field  Director Research and Development
Work experience   
Dates  5 September 2003 to Present
Occupation or position held  Assistant Director Research and Development
Main activities and responsibilities  Assisting the Director of Market Research in the formulation of chemistry for new products. I also established product development schedules using the PRINCE methodology and coordinating activities through all phases of the development.
In addition I also monitored advances in sterilization technology and related medical fields in order to evaluate the prospects of developing new or improved products.
Name and address of employer  Wembley Research Ltd
Arena House, Wembley, London N23 4UJ
Type of business or sector  Pharmacology
Dates  5 August 1998 to 3 September 2003
Occupation or position held  Research Assistant
Main activities and responsibilities  I was responsible for providing leadership to a R&D that involved members from several disciplines. I was also responsible for the management of the matrix environment. I also directed research and development strategies and programs. This included creating a high-performance R&D organization.
Name and address of employer  REGNUS Ltd
344 Gidney Road, Hammersmith, London WC2 4DC
Type of business or sector  Animal Research
Education and training   
Dates  2 September 1995 to 3 July 1998
Title of qualification awarded  Master's Degree in Medical and Scientific Research
Principal subjects / occupational skills covered  Developmental Biology, analysis of developmental processes, Psychobiology, Advanced Microbiology, Introductory Immunology, biology of Persistent Diseases, General Virology, Comparative Anatomy, Human Osteology, Introduction to Biostatistics, Histology, Medical Parasitology Developmental Neurobiology, Medical and Veterinary Entomology.
Name and type of organisation providing education and training  University of the Midlands
Dates  2 September 1991 to 3 July 1995
Title of qualification awarded  BSc (Biology)
Principal subjects / occupational skills covered  Biochemistry, Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Science, Immunology, Microbiology, Physiology. Secondary subjects included Anthropology, Gerontology, and Sociology.
Name and type of organisation providing education and training  University of the West
Personal skills and competences  
Mother tongue(s)  English
Other language(s)  German
Self-assessment  UnderstandingSpeakingWriting 
European level  ListeningReadingSpoken interactionSpoken production  
English  C2Proficient UserC2Proficient UserC2Proficient UserC2Proficient UserC2Proficient User 
German  A2Beginning User B2Average UserB2 Average User A2Beginning UserA2Beginning User  
Social skills and competences  Dealing with distraught owners of pets needs all the interpersonal skills that I can find.
Organisational skills  I have the responsibility of running the support office
Technical skills and competences   I have extensive experience of operating on small animals
Computer skills and competences  I used most of the Office Products at University and I deal with the surgery's computer systems
Artistic skills and competences  none
Other skills and competences  I am considered by my friends to be an expert at quiz shows
Driving licence(s)  Full
Additional information  References available