Clinical Trials Assistant (Contract) -Home Counties

A Clinical Trials Assistant is required to join a global pharmaceutical company based in the Home Counties on a contract basis.

As Clinical Trials Assistant,you will be responsible for the co-ordination and support of high quality Clinical Trials and projects, ensuring standardisation and consistency of delivery across studies in accordance with current best practices: meeting the requirements of the specific brand strategy and thereby supporting the UK Pharma business.

Further responsibilities of this Clinical Trials Assistant job will include:

  • To drive effective Drug Supply for clinical studies by appropriate forecasting, tracking and maintenance
  • To provide co-ordination and support to CPM, LCPM and Clinical Project Group, in order to meet the business needs
  • To develop, maintain and manage appropriate study documentation in line with guidance including ICH-GCP, local and global SOPs and current best practice
  • To set up, track and maintain study information and to report internally and externally on study progress
  • To drive and track the Expression of Interest process according to SOP
  • To contribute to Clinical Project Group efficiency and process improvement, including contributing to the development of best practices and appropriate tracking tools and templates
  • To manage stand-alone projects as required by LCPM eg IPS or Compassionate Use Programmes

To be considered for this Clinical Trials Assistant job, you will have a Life sciences degree or nursing equivalent combined with experience in Clinical Trial environment and a broad based knowledge of the clinical trial process. Familiarity with clinical trial regulatory and ethical requirements is also essential

 

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If you are interested in this Clinical Trials Assistant position please contact Ben Traies on 01438 870021 or email btraies@ckclinical.co.uk

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