Clinical Trials Coordinator

About Observational Pragmatic Research Institute

At OPRI we focus on improving disease management and patient outcomes by undertaking the highest quality observational and pragmatic clinical research. Working here means being ambitious, thinking big and working together to make a difference. By collaborating with world-renowned clinical, academic and industry partners OPRI has published over 200 papers and is considered a dynamic and progressive company at the forefront of advances in global healthcare.

The role

The Clinical Trails Coordinator will work with closely with the Project Manager to deliver a large pragmatic cluster randomized control trial program to investigate adherence to COPD quality standards and the impact of their implementation on COPD outcomes.

The trial is part of a first-of-its-kind quality improvement initiative for achieving excellence in standards for COPD care across the UK and USA.

You will have experience in supporting pragmatic trials in a UK clinical trials unit possibly attached to a university or hospital.

With excellent attention to detail and strong time management skills you will be able to prioritise your work and juggle multiple demands.  You will also be a strong communicator and be confident in working with our expert internal teams and external stakeholders.

What we offer

We are a small, flexible, and innovative organisation who offer excellent career development opportunities through exposure to our numerous research projects and mentorship.

We have a people centred culture and encourage the team to get involved with cross functional working and team activities.

This role can be based at our Cambridge office or a combination of office and home working.  You would be currently fully home based due to COVID-19.  We offer flexible working hours and a supportive working environment.

Primary responsibilities:

  • Manage all aspects of trial co-ordination as an integrated member of the research team
  • Develop and review project documentation and data including trial agreements, protocols, practice and patient information sheets, training materials, presentations and other resources
  • Recruit and coordinate GP sites throughout the research process, maintaining professional relationships and regular communication  

Qualifications:

· A degree in life sciences, epidemiology, biostatistics or equivalent, OR relevant applied experienced.

Contract & Salary:

This is a full-time role with a salary in the region of £20,000 to £25,000

Applications

To apply send a CV and Covering Letter to carole@opri.sg