|Listed on:||14th April|
|Salary/Rate:||£19,247 - £20,652|
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Exeter, Devon (initially remote based)
£19,247.40 rising to £20,652.96
Do you have experience in a healthcare setting? Or perhaps you're a scientific graduate looking to gain industry experience with a global healthcare solution company?
If so, this is a great opportunity to join our client and support the success of solutions that are benefiting the healthcare industry on a daily basis. This role is available on both a permanent and fixed-term contract (12 months) basis, working on an initially remote basis during the ongoing COVID situation.
Our client's values drive their work and they have Clear Expectations, work Better Together, are Constantly Curious and put Health at Heart.
Competitive starting salary and enhanced benefits package which includes:
- 25 days' holiday plus Bank Holidays
- Flexible option to purchase up to 5 days' extra holiday
- Flexible start and finish times
- Health cashback plan
- Enhanced pension scheme
- and many more!
You'll learn from a highly skilled team who are passionate about creating solutions that are making a positive, lasting impact on the healthcare industry.
As well as the above benefits, you'll receive ongoing training and support to increase your skill set and ensure you succeed in your role.
Due to the COVID-19 climate, this role will be based remotely initially, with a requirement to attend the Exeter office in the future, with a blend of home and office working.
As a Clinical Researcher, you will be responsible for entering clinical and non-clinical data into our client's clinical content management system with the highest levels of accuracy.
Other duties will include:
- Quality checking non-clinical data in our client's system
- Updating our client's editorial policies and work instructions
- Helping to resolve any issues or errors to continuously improve our client's quality standards
- Assisting the Customer Services Team with any queries
- Working on projects to support new and existing customer requirements
Our client is curious and they put health at the heart of all they do, for the wellbeing of their employees, their customers and the health services. They connect with each other and their customers; they achieve more when they collaborate. Everything they do has a focus on efficacy and real-world application which means they know where they are, where they are headed, what success looks like and can translate their goals into action. If you think you have what it takes to join their team, please apply now.
To join our client as a Clinical Researcher, you'll need:
- At minimum, a 2:2 degree (or equivalent) in a scientific discipline OR previous clinical experience, such as clinical content maintenance
- A high level of IT literacy, including MS Outlook, Word and Excel and great typing skills
- The ability to accurately enter complex clinical data
- Excellent logical, analytical and problem-solving skills
- The ability to work well as part of a team
Previous experience in customer service, including answering written and verbal queries is desirable, as is experience within a healthcare or software development organisation or the NHS. Knowledge of medical terminology would also be an advantage, as would the ability to effectively explain complex medical issues or write and update work instructions and policies.
The interview process, induction and training can be conducted remotely if required. This role is available on both a permanent basis and as a 12-month fixed term contract.
Our client is eager to hear from individuals who have experience as a Research Assistant, Clinical Research Assistant, Graduate Clinical Researcher, Clinical Data Analyst, Clinical Coder, Pharmacy Technician, or Accredited Checking Technician.
Other companies may call this role Clinical Assistant, Scientific Researcher, Clinical Content Administrator, Information Analyst, Graduate Scientific Researcher, or Trainee Researcher.
Webrecruit and our clients are equal opportunities employers, value diversity and are strongly committed to providing equal employment opportunities for all employees and all applicants for employment. Equal opportunities are the only acceptable way to conduct business and we believe that the more inclusive our environments are, the better our work will be.
So, if you think you'd fit in with our client's hard-working team as a Clinical Researcher, please apply via the button shown. This vacancy is being advertised by Webrecruit. The services advertised by Webrecruit are those of an Employment Agency.