- Band 4
- Fixed term, 12 month contract
- Full time, 37.5 hours per week
- King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
- Denmark Hill
- £25,489 - £28,513 per annum, inc HCA
- 24/09/2019 23:59
King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is one of London’s largest and busiest teaching hospitals. King’s College Hospital is part of the wider King’s Health Partners, one of only nine Academic Health Science Centres (AHSCs) in the UK.
The Haematology Research team are looking for an enthusiastic and motivated Data Coordinator to come and join our busy, dynamic team.
The successful candidate will be part of the Haematology Research Unit - the team supports a large portfolio of commercial and academic led phase I, II and III clinical trials. We are looking for an organised individual with attention to detail who will provide a range of data, administrative and some clinical and lab-based support to the clinical trials team.
The post holder will be required to organise their own workload and meet deadlines set by the team and by sponsors. We are looking for someone who works well within a team, who will readily provide support to colleagues where required and can use their own initiative. A flexible approach to the role is essential in order to ensure work is completed in a timely manner. Key responsibilities will include cross checking and verifying data, completing trial specific paper and electronic databases from various sources and resolving data related queries with sponsors and third parties in a timely manner.
Training and support will be provided, along with on-going personal and professional development opportunities.
The postholder will have access to vulnerable people in the course of their normal duties and as such this post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service to check for any previous criminal convictions.
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Jen Lewis, Research Unit Operational Manager firstname.lastname@example.org 0203 299 5501