Clinical Trials Assistant
Advertiser: Auckland Clinical StudiesMore jobs from this company
- Job Listing Date
- 9 Aug 2019
- Auckland, Auckland Central
- Work Type
- Full Time
- Healthcare & Medical, Clinical/Medical Research
Auckland Clinical Studies (ACS) provides world class research facilities and the performs Phase I and II studies for the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industry.
Join ACS and you would be working with a fantastic, dedicated, multi-disciplinary research team.
Find us at www.clinicalstudies.co.nz
To apply for this role you must have a valid visa to live and work in NZ.
Administrative assistance; duties include
- Collates source documents/Compile workbooks
- Process screened subjects
- Update database(s)
- Merge and process letters.
- Prepare letter template for ongoing communication
- Ensure GP letters and Clinic Alerts are provided to referring specialists
- Ensure lay summary of results is sent to enrolled subjects
- Update and maintain ACS website
CV/Certificates/Licenses Management and Document Portal
- Maintain electronic CVs, Practicing Certificates and professional indemnity certificates.
- Provide user access to Document Portal
- Provide reception cover as and when required (includes regular weekday lunchbreak reception cover).
A full Position Description is available on request.
Type: Full Time, Permanent
Pay and Benefits: By negotiation according to experience
Hours: 10am to 6:30pm (some flexibility required)
Skills and Experience
- Science degree qualification essential.
- Excellent knowledge of Microsoft Office/Outlook software
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
- Good organisational skills – able to work to timeframes and deadlines
- Meticulous attention to detail
Applications including covering letter and CV should be sent to email@example.com
Please ensure only those with current valid working visa's apply.
We would like to thank all applicants for their interest however, only those considered for interview will receive a response
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