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Patient Recruitment Manager

You will be managing daily activities relating to Patient Recruitment & Retention programmes for defined projects, including client liaison and coordination of projects among our in-house team. The role also includes management of third party vendors and budget management for defined studies as well as active business development activities.

The ideal candidate will have a degree, or higher, in a biological science, extensive experience in patient recruitment, clinical research or health communications as well as excellent communication skills; both written and oral. You will have the ability to manage a variety of projects simultaneously and deal with numerous stakeholders on multi regional projects.  Proficiency in Excel, Word and Powerpoint is also required.

This role pays a competitive salary along side a generous benefits package including a twice-yearly discretionary bonus. It is based in our new, bespoke, offices in Lemsford Village, Welwyn Garden City.

 

To apply please send your CV and short covering letter to jobs@innovativetrials.co.uk. 

 

Patient Recruitment Associate

Working in a great team of Patient Recruitment Managers and Coordinators this role manages daily activities relating to Patient Recruitment & Retention programmes for defined projects.  You will have a variety of tasks from Programme management through to Third Party management and business development. 

You will need to be aware of budgets for the studies, compile reports for clients and manage the maintenance of Standard Operating Procedures (SOP's) and training files. You'll be a close link between team members as well as overseeing activities completed by third parties and providing liaison between them and the Innovative Trials team.

This role is a great opportunity to be part of a niche, rapidly- growing, business with the opportunity to develop your career as part of a very knowledgeable & friendly team. In return we ask that you have a degree, or higher, in a biological science as well as experience in patient recruitment, clinical research or health communications. You will need the ability to manage a variety of projects simultaneously, work with numerous stakeholders on multi regional projects and have excellent written and oral communication skills.  Lastly, you'll need to be proficient in the use of Excel, Word and Powerpoint. 

This role pays a competitive salary along side a generous benefits package including a twice-yearly discretionary bonus.

 

To apply please send your CV and salary requirements to jobs@innovativetrials.co.uk

 

Patient Recruitment Coordinator

Working with Patient Recruitment Managers and Associates this role assists with daily activities relating to Patient Recruitment & Retention programmes for defined projects.  You'll be providing administrative support to the patient and site engagement team, site operations team and office operations team to ensure all tasks are completed within given timelines and to the highest quality.

You'll be updating and maintaining business trackers, taking minutes and maintaining training files as well as assisting with quarterly newsletters and coordinating translation and printing tasks. This role is really varied and is a great way to learn more about patient recruitment within clinical trials.

Ideally, you'll have experience of Clinical Research and be educated to degree level but, most importantly, you'll have a strong administrative background with excellent oral, written and listening skills, excellent time management skills and attention to detail.

This role pays a competitive salary along side a generous benefits package including a twice-yearly discretionary bonus.

 

To apply please send your CV and short covering letter to jobs@innovativetrials.co.uk

 

 

Administrator

Our Site Optimisation Specialists (SOS) are located around the globe and play a key role in our patient recruitment offering.  The SOS Administrator is a newly formed role to provide full administrative support to the Global SOS Manager and SOS management team to ensure high quality provision of the SOS function. 

 

With a great ability to manage process and contracts you will liaise with the Recruitment Process Outsourcing (RPO) company and other recruitment agencies as required to successfully recruit and onboard the SOS ensuring they are introduced to all our systems and processes before they get to work on studies.  You'll create and maintain their training files, making sure they remain compliant with GCP and public liability licenses throughout their time with us.

 

You will ensure other Head Office managers complete regular 1:1's with their SOS and you'll attend other SOS meetings as and when required to take minutes as well as having responsibility for creating and sending the quarterly SOS newsletter.

 

Lastly, in the absence of our Office Administrator, you may be required to provide administration or facilities support to other members of the team. This is a busy and varied position with the opportunity to shape the role and your career within a growing business.

 

Ideally, you'll be educated to degree level but, most importantly, you'll have a strong administrative background with excellent oral, written and listening skills, excellent time management skills and attention to detail.

 

You'll need to be proficient at building relationships remotely and be adaptable to take in to account different time zones.  With the ability to meet deadlines and remain pro-active you need to be able to thrive independently in a multi-faceted environment where no two days, or even hours, are the same!

 

This role pays a competitive salary along side a generous benefits package including a twice-yearly discretionary bonus, flexible working, life assurance and private healthcare.

 

 

To apply please send your CV outlining your salary requirements to jobs@innovativetrials.co.uk

 

 

Office & Facilities Executive

Due to our continued growth and pending office relocation we've created a new role for a proactive, friendly and efficient individual to organise and execute the daily facilities and office activities of our Company. Reporting to the CEO you’ll have interaction with everybody across the business and external contractors in this varied and exciting role.  With our office relocation to Letchworth well under way you'll be joining us at a critical time with the opportunity to shape how the facilities management & office support is structured and delivered in our new building. 

With responsibility for all facilities management and office administration, you'll be able to turn your hand to devising and managing maintenance schedules for contractors and ensuring adherence to relevant legislation around health & safety through to providing excellent administrative support to our Executive team and maintaining the all-important supplies of tea & coffee!  This role encompasses everything needed to ensure our building is run safely, efficiently, and to the highest standards. The support the Executive team need could be anything from diary management to monthly reports, travel arrangements to minute-taking. The general office support means you'll manage the stock levels of stationery, refreshments and equipment. You'll meet & greet visitors and provide any support required for the smooth operation of the offices.  

It would be desirable if you have qualifications in Health & Safety and/or Business Administration but these aren’t essential because we’re great at learning & development. The essentials are a strong administrative background, attention to detail, self-motivation and reliability with the ability to multi-task and prioritise your workload all whilst adhering to relevant legislation ie) GDPR. You'll be confident dealing with people of all levels and understand the importance of confidentiality.  You’ll also need to be proficient using Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Skype.

This is a full-time, office-based role initially based in our offices in Lemsford, Welwyn Garden City but relocating to Letchworth Garden City towards the end of 2019. We offer a competitve salary and generous benefits package which includes flexible working hours, life assurance, private medical insurance, bonus and 24 days annual leave in addition to statutory holidays. 

To apply or request a job description please send your CV and covering letter, outlining your salary requirements and notice period, to jobs@innovativetrials.co.uk or call 01707 378581.