|Salary:||£50,085 to £58,895 per annum, inclusive of London Allowance|
|Placed On:||28th September 2023|
|Closes:||15th October 2023|
The Comprehensive Clinical Trials Unit is a specialist unit set up within the Institute of Clinical Trials and Methodology with a specific remit to design, conduct, analyse and publish clinical trials and other well-designed studies. The CCTU provides clinical, statistical, and trial operations leadership and facilitate the delivery of high quality, regulatory compliant clinical trials of both investigational medicinal products (IMPs) (in compliance with the UK regulations governing the conduct of clinical trials of IMP) and other non-IMP trials and studies.
The CCTU is a registered CTU with the capability to centrally coordinate multi-centre clinical trials (i.e. having overall responsibility for the design, development, recruitment, data management and analysis of trials) with robust systems to ensure conduct and delivery of clinical trials to the highest quality standards.
About the role
We currently have a vacancy for a Clinical Project Manager (CPM). The CPM works closely with the Head of Clinical Trial Operations to implement a portfolio of funded interventional trials. The main trial related duties of the post will include, but are not limited to, early and continued involvement in trial planning and budgeting, site level budgeting, site selection and evaluation, trial drug forecasting and negotiation with external providers, trial operational risk assessment and mitigation, development of the trial procedures, quality management, monitoring oversight and trial team training. At the Unit level the post holder will work with the senior operational and QA team to develop, implement, and monitor unit wide processes across our research.
The Clinical Project Managers at the Unit interact closely with the Statisticians, Trial Managers, Project Leads, Data Managers, Data Scientists, Programmers and Trials Assistants as part of the Trial team.
This is a full-time 13 month fixed term maternity cover contract.
We particularly welcome male applicants and those from an ethnic minority, as they are under-represented within our Institute at these levels.
We offer the opportunity to work flexibly between our office and home, along with core hours and flexible start/finish times.
If you have excellent knowledge of clinical research, and different methodologies then this role could be for you. You will have recent experience in the coordination of clinical trials involving Investigational Medicinal Products, and an excellent knowledge of current regulatory requirements governing clinical trials including a practical understanding of GCP. You will also have monitoring experience, good communication skills, an ability to work within a multi-disciplinary team, and proven people management skills. Willingness to travel within the UK is essential. Knowledge of paediatric trials, ATMP/Medical device trials and experience of supervising/mentoring staff would be advantageous.
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