If you are keen to join a not-for-profit contract research organisation that’s aiming to become a globally recognised centre of excellence for clinical trial services, we want to hear from you.

Although we are not currently recruiting for specific roles, we welcome you to get in touch to enquire about future opportunities at all times – simply contact our HR department using the form below explaining why you want to work for us and the expertise you would be bringing to our team.


Flexible Working

A person-centred approach to working patterns, with hybrid and fully remote options

Bike to work scheme

Save money on a bike and accessories through salary payments

Annual Leave

36 days including bank holidays

Tuition reimbursement

We support continuous development for all employees

Pension Scheme

10% non-contributory pension scheme plus salary sacrifice scheme

Employee loan policy

Staff can apply for interest free loans on a range of costs

Life Insurance

Provides a lump sum benefit for a staff member’s dependents

Fitness Club Scheme

Reimbursement scheme for single membership across leisure facilities

Office located in an idyllic area of outstanding beauty

Our office is situated in unique premises in the Scottish Highland village of Kincraig, six miles south of bustling Aviemore and right in the centre of the Cairngorms National Park.



Driven by our core values of integrity, collaboration, being customer-centred and continuous learning, we strive to advance the knowledge of clinical trials, research and statistical science for public benefit. Alongside other important work, we’ve had major involvement in two major breast cancer studies where the drug trial results changed the standard care and treatments given to patients with breast cancer.

Join the Frontier Science Scotland team and you’ll be a part of an organisation full of experts in their field. But that doesn’t mean we rest on our laurels: we encourage every employee to pursue professional development opportunities in whatever form is most meaningful for them. This could look like part-time studying alongside work, presenting at conferences or contributing to academic journals.

While many of our employees work remotely all or some of the time, we create opportunities for everyone to get together whenever possible, enjoying informal coffee mornings in our office and meals out together at Christmas and other special occasions. If you’re working in the office, there’s always somebody to go out for a lunchtime walk, run or cold-water dip with – this is when our amazing National Park surroundings come into their own.


We’re committed to creating and maintaining an inclusive environment where everyone can work together and achieve their potential.

We welcome the whole person to work, and understand that each of us brings our own experiences and backgrounds to what we do – in all business areas, functions and locations. Our actions around inclusion are important first and foremost because nobody should feel excluded or uncomfortable at work, but also because it’s our belief that having a diverse workforce benefits our organisation, bringing in fresh ideas and approaches.

Our commitment to diversity and inclusion is reflected in our Equal Opportunities and Anti-harassment policy.

Let’s work together

Simply fill in this quick form and we’ll be back in touch within the next two working days. Alternatively, you can call us during usual business hours or send us an email.

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