Clinical Trials Clerical Assistant

Job Reference
Date Posted
Friday 9 February 2024
Application Closing Date
Sunday 10 March 2024
Preston Campus
£22,681 to £24,533 per annum
Full Time
Contract Type
Fixed Term until 31 March 2025 due to being limited by funding
Job Category / Type
Professional Services
School / Service
Applied Health Research hub
36.25 hours per week
Interview Date
To be confirmed

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We are looking for an enthusiastic person to join the Applied Health Research Hub to provide high quality clerical and clinical data entry support for the Lancashire Clinical Trials Unit (Lancashire CTU). The post holder will provide a clerical service for Lancashire CTU in relation to management of the unit and support meetings and reporting requirements of trials/studies.

The successful applicant will have demonstrable recent administrative/clerical experience in a busy office environment and experience of organising, updating and maintaining accurate computerised records and files. An ability to organise and present information both verbally and in writing is essential as well as data input and meeting servicing skills. An ability to communication effectively in person, writing and on the telephone is essential, as is the ability to produce high quality and accurate work.

The successful applicant will also have a range of GCSEs, including English Language and Maths at Grade C or above, or appropriate equivalent experiential learning, a word processing/typing/IT qualification or demonstrable equivalent experiential learning and have the ability to work consistently under pressure.

Applicants need to meet all essential criteria on the person specification to be considered for interview. This position is based in Preston.

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