Moorfields NHS Trust the leading provider of eye health services in the UK and a world class centre of excellence for ophthalmic research and education is looking to appoint a Study Coordinator to their Staff Bank to fulfil a role at one of their sites in central London with in the clinical Research Facility Team. This is a full time temporary role Mon- Fri -37.5hrs weekly.
The post holder will deliver high quality administrative support to the development and implementation of clinical research programmes within Moorfields Eye Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. The role will involve providing specialist research advice and support to investigators within designated clinical specialties during the set-up and conduct of research studies. Responsibilities include maintaining accurate information on all research activity undertaken within the clinical specialties, collecting and validating research data, organising regular departmental research meetings, assisting in the preparation of study documentation and maintenance of research databases and records. The post holder will play a key role in ensuring that departmental research activities are undertaken in line with current research governance regulations.
The post holder will join the research administration team within the Clinical Research Facility based at Moorfields Eye Hospital. The role will involve providing administrative support across one or more designated clinical specialties, as such the post holder is required to work closely with the research lead and other clinical and administrative members of the individual specialty teams.
The post holder will have past experience in research (preferably medical research), with data acquisition and entry into spread sheets, with secretarial skills, literature searching and in using the internet. He/she will be required to work flexibly to ensure that objectives and deadlines are met. He/she is expected to be proactive in developing and implementing procedures and will be required to work with a high degree of autonomy. It is essential that the post holder is able to organise their workload and cope with conflicting demands on their time but prioritise their workload accordingly. Much of the work is confidential in nature and the post holder is expected to adhere to MEH information governance and confidentiality policies. He or she will be required to attend the basic training course in Research Governance “Good Clinical Practice” within 3 months of starting if he/she has not already done so.
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