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Are you looking for an opportunity in Clinical Research? Do you want to work for an industry leading company. If so, come and join us - IQVIA are looking for a Clinical Research Coordinator.

This part-time (20 hours) role, is planned for 18 months and is to support the site in Salford in conducting a clinical trial in the field of cardiology.

As a pivotal member of the site team, you will be involved with a variety of administrative tasks to support investigators and ensure the smooth running of clinical trials and assist with collecting patient data.

Day-to-day responsibilities 

  • Support clinical research studies and maintain a safe study environment according to health and safety policies under the direction and delegation of the Principal Investigator
  • Safeguard the well-being of subjects, act as a volunteer advocate, and address subject’s concerns
  • Maintain up-to-date study protocols, case report forms (CRFs), Electronic Data Capture (EDC) systems, and other study documents
  • Plan and coordinate logistical activity for study procedures according to the study protocol
  • Perform clinical set-up and preparation for the study including labeling specimen collection tubes and containers, inventory of required supplies, and setting up or troubleshooting equipment and/or study issues
  • Assist with data entry, data quality checking, and query resolution to ensure adherence to study protocol and quality control for content accuracy and completeness
  • Assist in study enrollment by recruiting, screening, and orienting volunteers according to the study protocol
  • Correct custody of study drug according to site standard operating procedures
  • Coordinate with study monitor on study issues and effectively respond to monitor-initiated questions.

Who you are

We are looking for candidates with the following skills and experience:

  • BS/BA in life sciences or educational equivalent and/or relevant work experience in a clinical environment or medical setting, e.g. clinical research coordinator, nurse, medical assistant, other medical profession
  • Basic knowledge of clinical trials, combined with in-depth knowledge of departmental, protocol and study-specific operating procedures, consent forms, and study schedules
  • Basic knowledge of medical terminology
  • Strong IT competence, skilled in using MS Windows and Office applications such as Access, Outlook, Excel, and Word
  • Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with co-workers, managers and client
  • ​Good organizational skills with the ability to pay close attention to detail.