PLEASE NOTE: This vacancy is now CLOSED
Clinical Research Nurse
Main area: Oncology
Grade: Band 6
Contract: Fixed term 2 years
Hours: Full time 37.5 hours per week
Job ref: 413-53983-MF-A
Site: Snr Patient Recruitment Team- Q01551
Salary: £32,306 – £39,027 Per annum, pro rota
Salary period: Yearly
Closing: 29/03/2022 23:59
This post presents an exciting opportunity to join the R&I team as a Band 6 Clinical Research Nurse. This role forms a key role within the National Cancer imaging Translational Accelerator (NCITA) multi-institutional programme. The post will be based within the Christie R&I Division and will liaise with colleagues at partner institution sites (Cambridge, Imperial, ICR, KCL, Manchester, Oxford and UCL).
NCITA is a £10M Cancer Research UK (CRUK) project that addresses the gaps in translation of imaging biomarkers either as tools for clinical trials or to aid clinical decision making, by funding infrastructure. The successful applicant will be responsible for supporting clinical studies where the research question focuses on imaging, or imaging is required to determine the primary end point. Central to this role is the responsibility of assessing and managing the care pathways for participants in research.
Main duties of the job
This role is being made available as a 2 year post in the first instance.
The post holder will work collaboratively with a wider multi-disciplinary team of consultants, clinical research nurses and clinical trial administrators.
A background in oncology, flexibility in working, excellent communication and interpersonal skills are essential.
An informal discussion about the post is recommended. Contact: Damian McCaul, Clinical Research Nurse Team Leader, firstname.lastname@example.org
Detailed job description and main responsibilities
The post holder will be responsible for the co-ordination of a defined group of clinical trials from set up to archiving and meeting agreed patient recruitment targets.
The post holder will also:
Ensure that all research undertaken within the department safeguards the well being of the patients
Ensure that research is conducted within requirements of a multi-regulated clinical research environment.
Facilitate the production of high quality research.
Raise the profile of the clinical research nurse and clinical trials
Demonstrate awareness and contribution to divisional, Trust and national objectives.
Registered General Nurse -Currently registered with the Nursing & Midwifery Council.
First Degree or relevant clinical experience.
Post-graduate qualification in oncology and/or clinical research
GCP/ICH recognised recent training
Experience of oncology nursing.
Experience of working autonomously and as part of a Multi-disciplinary team.
Ability to demonstrate evidence of service improvement.
Experience of working in a clinical research environment.
Highly effective communication skills
Advance organisational skills
Good written and analytical skills
Able to manage work autonomously and manage own workload
Demonstrable IT Skills – able to use Word, PowerPoint, Excel and Outlook
Intra-venous access and cannulation skills
administration of IV chemotherapy.
Good presentation skills.
Knowledge of the clinical trial process
Knowledge of ICH-GCP
Knowledge of research governance framework
Knowledge of professional and NHS issues and policy relating to specialist area.
Knowledge of Research Ethics Committees
Knowledge of the purpose of clinical research.
Ability to demonstrate the organisational values and behaviours
Other Essential criteria
Maintain professional development and have an awareness of current nursing issues. Demonstrates flexibility in working hours
The closing date for this post may be extended if there are insufficient applicants or brought forward if there is a high volume of applicants.
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