Lead Administrator


It takes a range of talents working together to create medical devices that change people’s lives. As the Lead Administrator, you could play a pivotal role in our team. You’ll keep us organised and on track as we work with the world’s leading MedTech companies to impact global challenges like Parkinson’s, diabetes, and cancer.

From day one, you’ll be entrusted to lead a small team of Administrators, taking charge of keeping things on track and pre-empting potential problems. That could mean making sure a consultant has a place to stay on a business development trip or ensuring accuracy in client presentations. And with well over 50 administration tasks, you’ll get to do lots of interesting things. If you enjoy a mix of routine and unpredictability, your flexibility will fit in well here.

As a member of the Health Tech business unit, you’ll regularly interact with our leadership and fellow Administrators – so you’ll find the ideal balance of collaboration and autonomy. You’ll also get to work closely with the Business Unit Lead by providing EA support and minuting strategy meetings. The workload will be broad, relentless, and fast-paced – but you’ll find there’s always a tangible sense of contributing towards the business unit’s impactful projects.

You’ll be based at our award-winning campus in Melbourn, Cambs. The culture here is built on collaboration – brilliant people helping each other out – and you’ll feel the benefit of that support from day one.

Responsibilities will include:  

  • Providing high-level administrative support to the Business Unit Leader, including diary management, meetings and travel arrangements.
  • Organising a range of events from staff parties to client seminars.
  • Preparation of board meeting materials and minutes.
  • Preparing reports and presentations.
  • Completing monthly accounts data gathering and analysis ensuring there are no errors.
  • Proactively identify opportunities to improve administrative systems and processes.
  • Supporting and leading our Health Tech administrative team, including coaching and training.


To thrive in this role, you will have the following skills and experience:

  • Prior administration experience.
  • Proven aptitude for managing teams.
  • Strong organisational skills with the ability to multitask and prioritise effectively.
  • Confident, proactive and able to anticipate need of the Health Tech Business Unit.
  • Collaborative and able to build a strong network across the company.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Able to confidently use Microsoft Office including daily use of excel spreadsheets and SharePoint.
  • Trustworthy, handling sensitive information with discretion and professionalism.
  • Any experience of financial analysis would be desirable but is not essential.


  • Annual profit-related bonus 
  • Employer pension contribution of 12% of pensionable pay 
  • Private medical insurance for employees and dependants 
  • Free lunch and all-day refreshments 
  • Life insurance worth 6x salary 
  • 25 days holiday 
  • Enhanced maternity and paternity leave, with the option to return part-time for a year 
  • Electric car leasing scheme 
  • Cycle to work scheme 
  • Season ticket loan 
  • A wide range of activities, including squash, Zumba, yoga, arts and crafts, and TTP’s own rock band 
  • Local sports facilities and theatre discounts and memberships

So, if you’d like to use your administration skills to make a difference in the world of health tech, apply today.

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Applying to TTP

We’re always recruiting

We never close our applications, because we never stop looking for people to join us. Our internships can be competitive though, so the earlier you apply the better.

We can sponsor working Visas

If you’re a foreign national that meets the Home Office criteria.

There’ll be a couple of stages to your interview

There are two stages to our interview process for graduates, and one stage for interns. For both of those roles, there are usually a number of one-to-one interviews with our consultants. We focus on your technical abilities and consumer awareness and use our interviews to see how you’d fit into TTP.

We hold our interviews at TTP Campus in Melbourn

On the outskirts of Cambridge. The interview process is usually around a couple of hours and it’ll include technical problem-solving style questions.

We’ll cover expenses for your interview

Which includes cost of your return travel to the interview. If you need to stay overnight in Melbourn, let us know in advance and we can organise something.

After the interviews, you’ll hear back from us in a few days

It’ll normally take a few weeks to finish the interviews, but this can sometimes take a little longer depending on how busy we are.

If you fit the criteria, we can cover relocation costs up to £20,000

But before you start, we’ll discuss this together to see if you fit the criteria.