PLEASE NOTE: This vacancy is now CLOSED
Clinical Trial Manager – Ref:1876443
Closing date: 14 July 2021
Salary Range: £36,028- £43,533 per annum
Location: NCITA, Centre for Medical Imaging, Division of Medicine, University College London
Hours: Full-time. The post is funded for 1 year in the first instance
The duties and responsibilities of the post holder will cover a range of clinical trial management and Clinical Trials Unit activities as required by their allocated projects, including but not limited to: producing study documentation according to scientific requirements of the protocol and Good Clinical Practice (GCP) and in line with the regulations and CTU guidelines; ensuring all documentation, including standard operating procedures (SOPs), are in place at the CTU and study sites in preparation for study set up and implementation, regulatory inspections and study closure, including development of SOPs. Assisting with regular team meetings and possibly national and international meetings, including documentation and presentations; providing training, information and advice to study staff; promoting studies to ensure wide participation and good accrual of patients.
On-site and remote monitoring of the clinical sites; ensuring the timely submission of data and documents from sites to the CTU and the necessary reports from the study team to appropriate regulatory, ethical and funding parties; management of the study drug supplies, where appropriate; managing data and the MACRO databases; overseeing management and transport of biological samples and study images; assisting in CTU monitoring and audit processes; and any other comparable tasks as required by the line manager.
This post is associated with the Clinical Trials Unit of the NCITA consortium, but is also embedded within the Centre for Medical Imaging at UCL. The work of the Clinical Trials Unit will play a key role in developing, initiating, delivering and reporting the NCITA clinical studies.
The Trial Manager will be responsible for the day-to-day co-ordination of their clinical studies, working with the other members of the team and the sites to ensure the safe and successful delivery of the study. The main duties of the post include writing and managing documentation, training the site staff on the study procedures, designing MACRO databases, managing the data and ensuring that all regulatory and other relevant requirements are met in a timely manner. The applicant should have relevant skills, abilities and experience to conduct these roles or the aptitude to learn these on the job.
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