Clinical Research Governance Officer

Lancaster University
February 06, 2023
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Clinical Research Governance Officer

Research Services Salary: £36,386 to £42,155 Closing Date: Monday 06 February 2023 Interview Date: Thursday 16 February 2023 Reference: 1560-22

We are looking for an enthusiastic and experienced individual with current knowledge and understanding of relevant clinical research legislation, experience of working in a clinical research or healthcare environment and an understanding of the requirements of trials that do not involve an investigational medicinal product (non-CTIMP) clinical studies, during their life-cycle from set-up to close out.

Based in Research & Enterprise Services the successful individual from this vacancy will join an existing Clinical Research Governance Officer expanding the capability in this area. The team will work closely with (clinical) academics within the Faculty of Health and Medicine as well as across the University, and both individuals will work together to continue to provide a proactive service across the University to support the University's ambitions to develop clinical research capability.

You will be highly motivated, proactive, have excellent interpersonal and professional skills with the ability to work within a small team and build effective working relationships with internal and external stakeholders. The role is designed as full-time; however, we welcome applications for flexible working, reduced FTE, or job share – please outline this within your covering letter for discussion at interview.

Please contact Becky Gordon, Head of Research Quality and Policy ([email protected]) to arrange an informal chat about the role.

Research Services

The Research Services is part of the University's Research and Enterprise Services Division and plays a key role in helping the University achieve our strategic goals by providing expert advice, guidance and administrative support to the University's research community in the development of bids for externally funded research. The Research Services teams provide a range of research development and on-going activities including advice on funders' terms and conditions, proposal preparation, costing and pricing, impact, ethics, contracts and post-award grant administration.

Lancaster University

As a truly global and inclusive university, it is no surprise that Lancaster University is committed to creating an environment where everyone can thrive and fulfil their potential. Students from over one hundred countries make up our diverse campus and over half of our students come from outside the UK. Lancaster is an open and welcoming community that values equality and diversity. Our promotion of global values ensures Lancaster is a welcoming environment for all students and staff.

We are proactive in engagement with our staff to help us understand the lived experiences of our university community and to understand how we are doing in creating a fairer and more inclusive University. Our multi-faith Chaplaincy Centre is a welcoming place for people of all faiths and none. It includes facilities for the Baha'i, Buddhist, Christian, Hindu, Islam and Jewish faiths and also a Muslim Prayer Room.

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