Location: Southampton General Hospital Salary: £29,605 to £33,966 Per annum Full Time Fixed Term for 24 months (0.8FTE considered) Closing Date: Tuesday 13 February 2024 Interview Date: To be confirmed Reference: 2400623CM-R
Do you have an eye for detail and an interest in healthcare research?
The Southampton Clinical Trials Unit (SCTU) has an exciting opportunity to join our Quality and Regulatory Team (QRT) as a Pharmacovigilance (PV) and Coding Officer.
This role will see you working in the PV team to ensure the pharmacovigilance programme for the SCTU meets regulatory requirements and the operational needs of the trials.
Whilst knowledge of basic medical terminology is required, this could have been gained in a variety of ways and full training will be provided. This role is ideally suited to someone with an interest in healthcare research and looking to begin a career in clinical trials.
You will be working in a team responsible for the pharmacovigilance programme, processing safety reports and ensuring they are reported within regulatory deadlines. An eye for detail and the ability to follow cases through to completion are essential attributes. This role also supports the quality systems of SCTU, the ability to accurately assess documents for compliance to regulatory standards, following training will be required.
As an employee of the University of Southampton you will enjoy a competitive salary and a generous benefits package.
This position is offered on a full time, fixed term basis for 24 months in the first instance, with the possibility of further extension. Applications for 0.8FTE will also be considered.
The Southampton Clinical Trials Unit is a UKCRC registered CTU and is core- funded by the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) and Cancer Research UK (CRUK). We are located within the state-of-the-art Centre for Cancer Immunology building at Southampton General Hospital. Currently we are working in a hybrid manner, with a blend of home and office working.
Our trials cover the complete spectrum of clinical practice, from primary care through to tertiary referral medicine, including cancer care, experimental therapeutics, surgery, supportive care and prevention. Undertaking multi- centre early and late phase clinical trials, we work nationally and internationally to create the evidence for patient benefit that will directly influence routine clinical practice.
For informal queries please contact Nikita Belavate, [email protected]
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