We are seeking a pro-active individual whose skills will enable them to fulfil the roles responsibilities efficiently. Key duties include maintaining clinical trial study documentation and approaching and recruiting patients and healthy volunteers to the NIHR BioResource as well as taking blood and tissue samples.
The successful candidate will possess excellent organisational and communication skills, have experience of managing clinical research, experience in a clinical setting and enjoy working with multi-disciplinary teams. They will also have the ability to prioritise competing workloads.
Applicants should have clinical experience in research and clinical trial coordination, including set up, management and delivery of studies. The successful candidate will need be able to work flexibly and independently as well as being a committed team worker.Main duties of the job
The Bioresource Clinical Trials Co-ordinator will be responsible for assessing eligibility of patients and healthy volunteers to the NIHR Bioresource. This will involve receiving patient consent, the recruitment of, education and monitoring of Bioresource recruits and projects and the collection and documentation of accurate data. Where appropriate to carry out or assist with clinical procedures and the collection and management of tissue or blood samples. You will work collaboratively with the Clinical Research Facility and Centre for Rare Diseases team and the wider multi-disciplinary team in the management of your own caseload of work. The role involves using an in depth knowledge of the protocol. The Clinical Trials Co-ordinator will also be responsible for ensuring the trial is run to Good Clinical Practice (GCP) standards, answering queries and contribute to resolving any technical or administrative barriers to patient recruitment as a key responsibility of the role is to ensure that trials meet their recruitment targets.About us
We are recognised as one of the leading NHS Foundation Trusts in the UK. Our vision is to Build Healthier Lives, and we recognise that we need incredible staff to do this.
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University Hospitals Birmingham is a Smoke-Free premises hospital.Job descriptionJob responsibilities
*Please Note : For a specific detailed job description for this vacancy, please see attached Job Description*Person SpecificationQualificationsEssential
- * O' Levels / 'GCSE's specifically English and maths at grade C or above
- * Relevant first degree or equivalent experience
Employer detailsEmployer name
- * Prior experience in clinical research trials/research data management
- * Experience of research in a healthcare setting
University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation TrustAddress
Queen Elizabeth Hospital
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