Project Manager

University of Oxford


Project Manager (169851)

Grade 6: Salary £32,332- £38,205 per annum

The purpose of this role is to contribute to the successful running of the growing portfolio of Experimental Medicine studies involving human immune challenge being conducted in Oxford and led by A/Prof James Fullerton Associate Professor of Clinical Therapeutics, NDORMS, University of Oxford which is based at the Botnar Research Centre (Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre). These tend to involve healthy volunteers, be of small size (<50 participants) and will largely be conducted at a single site.

As the Project Manager, Reporting directly to A/Prof Fullerton, the post holder will take responsibility for the coordination of all areas of trial operationalisation including site set up, data management and site closure activities. The post holder will utilise their clinical trials experience and knowledge to provide administrative and technical support to A/Prof Fullerton’s group. It is anticipated the post holder will also contribute to protocol development, obtaining relevant ethical and regulatory approvals, as well as directly contributing to day-to-day operational issues including screening and scheduling participants study visits. The post holder will be expected to work independently with minimal supervision across a number of studies within the group, adapting to current demands. It is hoped the post holder will eventually contribute to overall strategic and operational leadership of the group.

You will hold a degree in at least BSc level or equivalent qualifications/experience, with demonstrable experience in trial coordination/administration/support role. You will have experience of knowledge of UK clinical research structures, regulatory and ethical systems, and experience of working to a high standard of Good Clinical Practice. The ability to work independently and problem solve. You will have demonstrate an understanding of data protection and other statutory requirements and professional guidelines, such as Good Clinical Practice guidelines

This post is offered full-time.

It is a fixed term appointment for two years in first instance.

The closing date for this position is 12 noon on18 December 2023, Monday.

You will be required to upload a CV and supporting statement as part of your online application.

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