Overview

Reference Number: JO-2111-481145
Recruitment Coordinator
Rate: Negotiable
Job Type: Contract
Location: City

Recruitment Coordinator

3-month contract

21- 25 per hour

London

Have you ever wanted to play a crucial part in implementing a positive change to peoples lives? An NHS research study is currently looking for a Recruitment Coordinator with phlebotomy skills to join them and be a part of the positive change. The ideal candidate should possess the ability to work well as part of a team, but also be able to work independently. They should have excellent organisation and communication, compatible with educating subjects on their participation in clinical trials and have a solid working knowledge of Good Clinical Practice (GCP).

Key responsibilities:

Work as part of a team of research active staff, coping with a flexible timetable to cover the clinical requirements of the CRF as efficiently as possible.

Provide on-going advice and support to patients and families in the outpatient clinics and by telephone

Develop and implement specialist care programmes (where appropriate) alongside the implementation of clinical trials and utilise professional background to deliver this.

Assisting with pre-screening clinic assessments including obtaining blood samples and other appropriate pathological tests.

Act as an on-going point of contact for patients, families and other health professionals relating to clinical trials.

Working closely with the consultant and junior members of the clinical service and the research team to provide continuity of care.

Work closely with the medical social workers.

Develop links with other NIHR clinical research facilities throughout the UK to improve local systems identifying patients who may be eligible for clinical trials.

Work with the Research and Development teams to collect metrics relating to clinical trial recruitment.

Flexible finishing times as some of the afternoon clinics finish late.

Essential:

Phlebotomy skills

Possess a sound knowledge of the Clinical research process

A solid working knowledge of Good Clinical Practice (GCP) and current legislation on clinical trials

Basic computer literacy, MS word, Excel, and Email. Previous use of Electronic databases

Previous experience in clinical research, medical or scientific environment

Experience of working in a similar capacity within an ICH GCP research environment

If you would like more information on this role or think you would be a great fit, please do not hesitate to get in contact via email to Alannah.White@cpl.com

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