Clinical Trial and Network SupPort Officer

The Woolcock Institute of Medical Research is a not-for-profit, internationally recognised research leader in the fields of respiratory disease and sleep disorders. With a world class network of specialised researchers and clinicians, the Institute is committed to improving the respiratory and sleep health of all Australians through research, diagnosis, treatment, education, prevention and care. 

The Woolcock is seeking a part-time (0.8FTE) experienced clinical trial focused officer to coordinate clinical trials and support communication within the Australasian Clinical Tuberculosis Network (ACTnet).

Job Role and Responsibilities:

  • Build and maintain communication open communication networks between partners.

  • Undertake recruitment of patients, assessing suitability according to protocol inclusion/exclusion criteria.

  • Delivery of the highest standard of care to all subjects involved in clinical trials or research according to study protocol criteria or current policy / procedures.

  • Accurate data collection for concurrent research studies undertaken in the Institute, in accordance with the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) Note for Guidance on Good Clinical Practice (CPMP/ICH/135/95)

  • Support the Clinical Trials across the network 

Essential Criteria

  • Relevant degree in science or nursing or a equivalent combination of training and experience.

  • 2–3 years’ experience in the conduct of clinical research (e.g., pharmaceutical) trials and knowledge of ICH Good Clinical Practice.

  • Demonstrated capacity to provide administrative support to Clinical Trials eg developing research protocols and obtaining ethics approval for projects.

  • The capacity to collect, clean and manipulate data in order to present basic reports

  • Clear understanding of and commitment to the importance of confidentiality and data integrity

  • A proven ability to work well in a busy environment with multiple stakeholder

  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills (both written and oral)

  • Demonstrated computer competency with Windows, Word, and Excel

  • Experience working with databases is desirable

Job Benefits

In return you will:

  • Find a supportive team and work environment, where we focus to get the work done but take time to enjoy it along the way;

  • Have access to fantastic salary packaging options up to $15,900; and

  • Be contributing to an organisation working to make difference in the respiratory and sleep health of individuals, families and the community at large.

For more information about the role please contact Elyse Guevara-Rattray at elyse.guevara-rattray@sydney.edu.au.

To apply please send your CV and covering letter outlining your experience as it relates to the criteria through Seek. If you have any queries, please email woolcock.hr@sydney.edu.au

Close date: 12 March 2019

For further information about the Woolcock please visit our website at www.woolcock.org.au 

Note: you must have Australian work rights to be considered for this role.