Clinical Trial Manager
NHS Blood and Transplant
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An exciting opportunity has arisen, to join our Clinical Trials Unit (CTU) at our Cambridge or Oxford Centres.
We welcome requests for flexible working in-line with NHSBTs Flexible Working Policy. Staff in the clinical trials unit currently combine time in the office and remote or home working.
The NHSBT CTU holds full registration with the UKCRC and has expertise in all aspects of clinical trial planning, set up, conduct, analysis and publication. We collaborate with researchers in the design, conduct, analysis and publication of clinical trials and other prospective studies, primarily in the fields of transfusion medicine, organ donation and transplantation, tissue and stem cell transplantation.
Main duties of the job
The overall management of one or more clinical trials, working with the Chief Investigator (CI) and the Clinical Operations Manager (COM) as part of a multidisciplinary research team. Co-ordinating the design, implementation and management of the clinical trial(s) across multiple participating hospital sites, ensuring timely data collection and Good Clinical Practice (GCP) compliance, and undertaking regular clinical monitoring site visits. The maintenance of Trial Master File(s) and study documentation Obtaining all relevant ethical and regulatory approvals Facilitating meetings of trial committees and responsible for ensuring relevant and timely updates for project stakeholders. Providing supervision of more junior members of Clinical Operations staff, as required You occasionally will be required to travel and spend time away from base, which will involve working irregular hours and overnight stays when required, with prior notice
At NHS Blood and Transplant, were incredibly proud of the many talented people who come together every day to make our organisation the very best it can be. We have clearly defined values that are centred around offering exceptional care to our donors and their families. We take care of each other too and we focus on building our expertise so we can change lives, provide quality support and offer fulfilling careers. Its an opportunity to contribute to a unique team as part of a service that saves lives 365 days a year. We offer brilliant benefits including 27 days of holiday (plus bank holidays), a comprehensive induction and training programme, and competitive pension scheme. We are passionate about creating an inclusive workplace and aim to reflect the diverse communities we work with and positively encourage applications from all sectors of the community. Three small words, one big difference - Caring, Expert and Quality. Together we'll save and improve more lives than ever
Please view the attached recruitment profile which is a summary of the detailed Job Description and Person Specification.
Please also view the benefits information sheet which details the benefits of working for NHSBT and the hours of work, salary, leave entitlement etc. for this role.