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Clinical Scheduler/Clinical Conduct Technician
Summary
Title:Clinical Scheduler/Clinical Conduct Technician
ID:2807/767
Location:Belfast, Northern Ireland
Department:Early Clinical Research
Job Status:Full-time, Benefited
Description
Every member of the Celerion team is involved in making something essential – a distinctive contribution to the health and well-being of people around the world. That’s the sense of purpose shared by employees throughout Celerion. We’re an early phase drug research company, operating in robust and growing markets. We have an exciting future and offer a strong development environment for our excellent employees.

Celerion is looking for a full-time Clinical Scheduler/Clinical Conduct Technician to prepare the staffing rotas for nurses and technicians working on our clinical trials.  In addition, this role includes performing some clinical trial events such as vital signs, ECGs, serving meals and taking blood samples (full training provided).

Working with operations management the responsibilities of this role include:
  • Communicate with staff for availability
  • Coordinate personnel schedules to meet study conduct needs
  • Schedule proper personnel for studies
  • Generate computerized conduct staff schedules
  • Review existing schedules to ensure proper coverage and accuracy
  • Schedule class training
  • Work closely with training coordinators to schedule new associates for training on study conduct events
  • Train on and perform conduct events and Clinical Conduct duties (eg. vital signs, ECGs, serve meals, blood sample collection/processing)
  • Assist in identifying training needs for clinic
  • Assess the need for additional staff using availability reports and study schedules
  • Identify scheduling needs for each study in conjunction with Study Managers
  • Attend mandatory meetings - training, site initiation meetings, interim conduct and dry runs
  • Provide input on conduct design (set up) and staffing needs/requirements
  • May work with Study Managers to set dosing times and dosing intervals for clinical studies in order to most effectively schedule staff
  • May work with staff managers to assess vacation time allowed to associates
  • Other duties as assigned

Skills and education requirements include:

  • A-Level education level or equivalent experience required
  • Previous experience of planning flexible shift rotas preferred but training will be provided
  • Clinical skills such as measuring vital sign, ECGs or taking blood samples desirable but training will be provided 
  • Excellent data entry skills required
  • Excellent interpersonal skills required
  • Excellent organizational skills required
  • Ability to work flexible hours essential  
 
An attractive salary and benefits package is available.

Closing date 25 January 2019.

Celerion is an equal opportunities employer.
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