Clinical Research Physician, AES

Reading, United Kingdom

Mid-Senior level | Full Time | Pharmaceuticals, Medical Practice

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Bonus: up to 10% of annual salary based on site performance. Additional Benefits: 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays, 5% matched contribution pension scheme, 3x Life Cover, access to our High Street discounts portal, Employee Assistance Programme, Employee Health Cash Plan programme, Cycle to work scheme, enhanced sickness and family friendly policies, excellent training and development opportunities (including PMST).

Introduction

We are currently looking to recruit a Clinical Research Physician to complement the collaborative team at our Thames Valley site.

Located just off the M4 corridor in Reading, this site is situated within a wide and diverse population of patients with complex health requirements. The site is active with a broad portfolio of studies across numerous therapeutic areas.

Working Monday to Friday, 37 hours a week, our Clinical Research Physicians are responsible for ensuring the commercial success of the site through the safe performance of local clinical studies.

Acting as the principal investigator (PI) or co-investigator for some or all of the studies at the site they have the responsibility for all sponsor research studies while also ensuring ICH/GCP and local regulations are met.

  • Having responsibility for the medical wellbeing of participants during the clinical trial and referral to specialists or GP as required
  • Acting as principal investigator (PI) or co-investigator ensuring ICH/GCP and local regulations are met
  • Conducting clinical trials in line with the protocol and to ensure the recruitment of eligible participants onto the studies
  • Taking ownership of being prepared for all GMC appraisals to ensure a positive outcome
  • Review screening, pre-screening and screening success rates for clinical trials
  • Providing information and support to consenting participants for a clinical study
  • Liaising with and developing positive relations with sponsors, clients and clients’ contractors as required, projecting a helpful and courteous company image
  • Carrying out clinical evaluation and clinical investigation of participants
  • Constantly seeking and suggesting quality improvements
  • Taking responsibility for ensuring serious adverse events / adverse events are reported appropriately

The Person

  • Be a GMC registered doctor
  • Have working knowledge of GCP (ICH/GCP and local regulations compliance)
  • Demonstrate the inclination to provide practical help and guidance to colleagues, providing practical solutions for any problems and supporting their development
  • Show meticulous attention to detail in recording patient information and data ensuring any queries are acted upon in a timely and efficient manner
  • Be team player, capable of building and sustaining relationships with colleagues as well as patients
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