|Location:||Work from home|
|Placed On:||7th June 2023|
|Expires:||7th August 2023|
Location: Remote working
Are you an experienced GCP Auditor
Would you like the opportunity to shape and build something from the ground up and play a vital role in trying to improve the health of populations around the world?
Protas is an independent not-for-profit organisation, designing and delivering large, global randomized clinical trials of treatments for common and other life-threatening diseases. Protas is led by the epidemiologist and physician, Professor Sir Martin Landray, who has over 20 years’ experience of leading large, randomized clinical trials as part of a team at Oxford University’s Nuffield Department of Population Health. Most recently, he has been co-leading the landmark RECOVERY clinical trial into treatments for COVID-19 which identified that treatment with the inexpensive steroid drug dexamethasone, improved the chances of survival for the most severe cases. It’s an incredibly rewarding place to work where you’ll be surrounded by supportive colleagues who are experts in their own field of excellence. It’s an exciting time to start with us.
We have an exciting opportunity for an GCP Auditor to develop and continuously grow the quality audit capability within Clinical Operations and across the organisation whilst promoting a culture of quality assurance aligned with the Protas mission.
About the Role
You will be responsible for planning and conducting internal, supplier and research site audits, ensuring compliance with regulatory requirements, GCP and ISO 9001 as well as conducting root cause analysis, management and closeout of audit findings and oversight of vendor quality issues.
You will have substantial knowledge within GCP in commercial and non-commercial clinical research settings .You will have significant knowledge and understanding of scientific research and the regulatory and policy environment for clinical trials.
Auditing experience is desirable but not essential.
Protas is committed to becoming a diverse and inclusive organisation. We are open to discussions on flexible working arrangements.
We strongly encourage applications from people from all backgrounds. For disabled applicants, please contact us to let us know of any adjustments we can make to support you during the recruitment process.
We welcome applications from locations across the UK (applicants must have the right to work in the UK).
Salary: £60,000 per annum
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