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Clinical Study Technology Inside IR35 | Ref: PIP0004677

Job Description

Imagine having a talent that could benefit someone you've never met and solve problems you didn't even know existed. Well, you do, and you can. And we're here to help you do just that. At PSR we are the go-to place for talented contractors and temps for a rich variety of public sector roles. As a Clinical Evaluation Technology your main responsibilities would be: As the Clinical Evaluation Technology, you will own the maintenance and continuous improvement of EDC tools, including web-forms to collect participant reported information and tools to capture information directly into NHS T&T databases. You will work as part of a dynamic cross-functional team, forging close relationships with Data Management and Ongoing Evaluation Study Managers to ensure service team needs are met and evaluations are delivered seamlessly. You will manage the creation of EDC forms, ensuring consistency of fields between evaluations, and that these remain fit for purpose. You will manage distribution of licences, liaising with finance to ensure vendor invoicing is accurate. This will include working with Finance to raise requests for more licences and with vendors to ensure that service levels are met. You will actively participate in in continuous improvement activities to optimise the capture of information and the flow of the data to the Data Management team and into the Clinical Data Management System (CDMS).

Candidate Description

You'll have relevant experience in: Evidence working with and implementing technologies, specifically technologies relating to data capture and integration with other systems Evidence of working well as part of a collaborative team, with the ability to proactively identifying areas of improvement, and finding solutions or resources when required Works well under pressure and can manage ambiguity You will also have these Qualifications/Skills: Experience with clinical studies considered an advantage Experience with medical diagnostic devices is considered beneficial but not essential