LEAD CLINICAL DATA MANAGER

We are looking for an experienced Clinical Data Manager to join our growing Clinical Research Organisation based in Kings Cross, London. You will be part of our Clinical Informatics team supporting multi-centre trials and studies across Europe and South America for major pharmaceutical clients, working closely with one of the largest clinical networks in Europe.

 

The remit of the Clinical Informatics team is to provide clinical database systems development and support to our clinical studies. The team also provides clinical data management services and analytical support to clinical and drug safety risk-based monitoring. This includes initiatives to develop and promote best practice in a number of areas, including database development, adherence to regulatory requirements, standardisation and simplification, data management methods, quality control and assurance and trials methodology. 

 

The Clinical Informatics team uses several different database approaches depending on the needs of projects, including MACRO, a commercial Clinical Data Management System, and other bespoke systems. The team also supports business and study websites/portals and develops systems to support wider company processes.

 

The duties of the post holder will include, clinical data management, the design/operation of database/application software, development of data management documentation and line management of data management staff.

 

  • You will have 2 years (minimum) experience in clinical data management (theory and general processes) and experience using electronic data capture and management systems (training will be provided).

  • You will be experienced in at least one electronic data capture (eCRF) system and will be proficient in standard MS Office software applications and have a detailed and quality driven approach to data management and administration.

  • You will be professional and confident collaborating and communicating with a variety of colleagues, vendors and clients across Europe

 

The position has a competitive salary and benefits package, flexible working arrangements - office and home based - and continuing professional training and development.

 

Remuneration package:

 

Salary: £40,000 to £45,000 commensurate with experience

 

Benefits:

  • Company pension scheme

  • Private healthcare

  • Critical illness care

  • Company bonus scheme

To apply please upload a copy of your CV and contact details