Are you an experienced Clinical Trials Unit (CTU) or research focussed Operations Manager? Are you interested in a key role supporting the success of the CTU that looks to improve the care and outcomes of critically ill patients? If so, we want to hear from you.
The Intensive Care National Audit & Research Centre (ICNARC) is a health audit and research charity which aims to improve the quality of critical care through the provision of high quality information to those working in critical care. We do this through our fully registered Clinical Trials Unit (supporting a broad range of externally funded research, including randomised controlled trials, observational and methodological studies) and our comparative national clinical audits. Substantial, multi-year grant funding supports our broad portfolio of national and international collaborative research studies conducted to influence and inform the policy and practice of adult and paediatric emergency and critical care in the UK and globally.
This is an exciting opportunity for an exceptional individual who shares our passion for making a real difference. You will be joining our growing team at an exciting time to help shape and drive our future vision for ICNARC for the next ten years.
The role will be key to ensure continued delivery of high-quality and efficient research, whilst optimising the CTU’s potential for growth both nationally and internationally. You will work closely with the senior CTU leadership, including CTU Director, Professor Kathy Rowan, and Head of Research, Paul Mouncey to provide high-level support to the clinical trials unit in three main areas: (1) Ongoing development and maintenance of the CTU infrastructure; (2) Facilitate new funding applications (3) Provide ongoing support to research teams.
In this role you will:
It is essential that you are a motivated individual who is used to working using their own initiative. You will have good knowledge of policies and guidelines affecting the conduct of research, including the EU Clinical Trials Directive, ICH Good Clinical Practice and data protection legislation, and have experience of working in a research environment. Strong organisational and project management skills are important, l. As you will be interacting both internally and externally being a good and effective communicator both verbally and written is key.
In return you will receive an annual salary of £42-46k, working for a well-established not for profit in the centre of London. You will also receive a generous benefits package.
To apply for the role, please email your CV and covering letter to email@example.com
Closing date: 18 November 2018 with shortlisting for this role taking place as applications are received. We reserve the right to close this vacancy once a suitable candidate has been identified.
We are committed to equality of opportunity for all staff and applications from individuals are encouraged regardless of age, disability, sex, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief and marriage and civil partnerships.