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Clinical Trials Programme Manager (ID276)

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< img src="" class= ” ff-og-image-inserted” > Location: Sutton( Greater London) Key Information

Wage: Commencement on the income variety is subject to similar skills and experience. Future development is based upon annual performance review.

Duration of Contract: Fixed Term for 24 months

Hours each week: 35 hours weekly (Full Time), versatile working choices might be considered

Area: Sutton. This role is qualified for hybrid working

Closing Date: 10th July 2022

Job Details

The Institute of Cancer Research is searching for an experienced Clinical Trials Programme Manager to sign up with the Cancer Research UK Clinical Trials & & Statistics Unit (ICR-CTSU) at its Sutton website in Surrey. ICR-CTSU runs a varied portfolio of nationwide and international phase III multi-centre randomised regulated trials, and phase II targeted treatment trials, with an unique emphasis in breast, urological, lung and head and neck cancer treatments.

The post offers an excellent opportunity for a passionate and well-motivated individual with scientific trial experience to work in a dynamic and encouraging scholastic environment at one of the leading National Cancer Research Institute cancer trials units. The successful prospect will join the ICR-CTSU Management Group and responsibilities will consist of:

  • The strategic oversight of a defined programme of research within the ICR-CTSU portfolio;
  • The advancement and initiation of new trials;
  • Providing operational oversight of dedicated trials groups to ensure effective trial delivery.

Key Requirements

Applicants should hold a first degree or equivalent level certification in life science or health related subject and have an in depth understanding of the concepts of Good Clinical Practice, Data Protection, Research Governance and the Human Tissue Act. Experience/knowledge of laboratory quality systems and treatments is extremely preferable. Outstanding interpersonal skills are required, as is the ability to work to high requirements throughout a range of jobs with continuous regard to scientific and regulative requirements. A proven track record in the preparation, coordination and conduct of scientific trials within the NHS or academic community, a CRO or a pharmaceutical company is important.

Additional info

We motivate all candidates to access the task pack attached for more in-depth info regarding this role.

Informal queries can be made by emailing!.?.! [email protected]!.?.!. About The Institute of Cancer Research Why work for us? As a member of staff, you’ll have unique access to a range of personnel benefits.The ICR is devoted to supporting

overseas candidates obtaining roles, please click here to learn more details. The Institute of Cancer Research, London, is one of the world’s most influential cancer research study institutes, with an exceptional record of achievement dating back more than 100 years. Further details about operating at the ICR can be discovered here. We look forward to receiving applications from all prospects, wherever on the planet they are

currently based. We will choose those who show the potential to end up being, or to support, the world leading cancer researchers of the future based on their application and performance at interview. However, we especially welcome British candidates from black and ethnic minority backgrounds, as they are under-represented within the ICR and across the country in STEM functions. Click Here to Apply For The Job



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