Location: Sutton (Greater London)
Salary: Commencement on the salary range is subject to comparable skills and experience. Future progression is based on annual performance review.
Duration of Contract: Fixed Term for 12 months in the first instance.
Hours per week: 35 hours per week (Full Time)
Summary of Role
The Bob Champion Research Unit is responsible for a large number of urological clinical trials, both commercial and academic. The post holder will be part of a team working on phase II and III trials and will have general data and administrative duties within the group and specific responsibilities for two or more trials.
The successful candidate must be educated to A level or equivalent with solid administration and computing skills together with an interest in clinical trials. A knowledge of medical terminology data management would be beneficial.
The Bob Champion Unit lies within the Section of Radiotherapy and Imaging for urological cancers at the Institute of Cancer Research. The Bob Champion Research Unit is responsible for a large number of urological clinical trials, both commercial and academic. The post holder will be part of a team working on phase II and III trials and will have general data and administrative duties within the group and specific responsibilities for two or more trials.
We encourage all applicants to access the job pack attached for more detailed information regarding this role. For an informal discussion regarding the role, please contact Jane Pickering via Email on [email protected]
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