Clinical Project Manager (Maternity Cover)
Short info about job
Company: University College London
Department: Institute of Clinical Trials and Methodology, The Comprehensive Clinical Trials Unit
Salary: £43,023 to £50,753 per annum, inclusive of London Allowance.
Hours: Part Time
Contract type: Fixed-Term/Contract
Type / Role: Professional or Managerial
Phone: +44-1269 2956390
Fax: +44-1234 5448913
Detail information about job Clinical Project Manager (Maternity Cover). Terms and conditions vacancy
Part Time : 60%
The Comprehensive Clinical Trials Unit is a specialist unit set up within the Institute of Clinical Trials and Methodology with a specific remit to design, conduct, analyse and publish clinical trials and other well-designed studies.
The post holder will be responsible for the implementation of the UCL suite Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) across partner or linked clinical trial centres, as well as the development of innovative systems and processes that will support quality in clinical trials where traditional models are not available.
The post holder will also be required to manage budgets and resources to support quality assurance and quality control functions.
There is a part time maternity cover post available for 1 year and a full time post available for 6 months.
The successful applicant must possess a post graduate Degree and/or equivalent experience in Clnical Trials as well as a comprehensive understanding of UK Clinical Trials Regulations, ICH Good Clinical Practice, the European Directives on Clinical and Good Clinical Practice and the Department of Health’s Research Governance Framework .
Applicants should apply online. To access further details about the position and how to apply please click on the ‘Apply’ button below.
If you have any queries regarding the vacancy please contact Thowani Lungu at [email protected] or 020 3549 5018.
Latest time for the submission of applications: 23:59.
Interview Date: TBC
We particularly welcome applications from black and minority ethnic candidates as they are under-represented within UCL at this level.