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Roles within Trial Management
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G5 Clinical Trial Coordinator
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As an Senior Clinical Trial Manager your main duties will include
- Leading the set-up, conduct and closure of multi-centre randomised controlled trials and actively contribute to the design, from a trial co-ordination, regulatory and logistics perspective;
- Managing projects, making of day-to-day decisions and highlighting critical issues to the senior team, adhering to milestones and resources outlined in the grant application and supervising and managing trial co-ordination staff;
- Maintaining a thorough and up-to-date understanding and working knowledge of legislation, guidance and local and national initiatives relating to clinical research and applying this knowledge through working practices on the projects you manage;
- Working in partnership with the Divisional Director, Principal Statistician and Head of Trial Management to develop grant applications and implement high quality randomised controlled trials;
- Establishing and maintaining professional relationships with collaborators including funders, staff from other trials units, clinicians, professors, relevant laboratory and research staff at both national and international centres;
- Actively contributing to the development of systems and processes through involvement in Working Groups and development or amendment of associated documentation;
- Contributing to high quality publications in peer-reviewed clinical and methodological journals and presenting research, and/or issues in trial design and conduct, at local, national and international meetings and conferences;
- Delivering relevant training sessions, both internally and externally.
G6 Senior Clinical Trial Coordinator
Senior Clinical Trial Coordinator summary text