CLINICAL TRIAL FEASIBILITY ANALYST
Closing date for applications: 6 February 2023
MAC is a full-service global Contract Research Organisation (CRO). We also own a network of research sites. Our mission is to serve with honesty and integrity to make an outstanding contribution to human health.
We are now seeking to appoint a Clinical Trial Feasibility Analyst to join our dedicated team in Manchester.
FOCUS OF THE JOB: To facilitate the global feasibility process and assist in the development of budgets and proposals
KEY SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE AND QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED:
Previous CRO or IMP manufacturing experience would be highly beneficial.
Experience of reviewing clinical protocols is preferred.
Advanced proficiency in working with MS Excel.
Degree or equivalent in business or life sciences.
Excellent communication and organisation skills with the ability to work on multiple projects and meet deadlines
Ability to work independently and as a team.
Feasibility & RFI process
Co-ordinate the feasibility process by assessing the information required
Circulate the information as appropriate and set up teleconferences to liaise with the feasibility team
Compile the global feasibility response for management approval to meet customer deadlines
Maintain the feasibility library
Create internal tracker numbers and set up the working folders
Facilitate the confidentiality process and agreements
Review "Request for Information" (RFI) for early phase, late phase, IMP manufacturing and CRO requests
Co-ordinate the external site feasibility process
Maintain the Customer Relationship Management (CRM) database to track all feasibility, proposal and pipeline activity.
Update internal financial systems with patient visits and fees
Support Proposal Managers to co-ordinate the proposal development process by assessing the "Request for Proposal" (RFP)
Provide Proposal Managers with feasibility strategy and recruitment rates
Assist in the development of the budget to reflect the protocol and services required
Communication and Commercial Awareness
Prepare clear and concise e-mails internally and externally in a timely manner
Maintain a high level of professionalism when communicating with customers and vendors
Participate in regular meetings with colleagues and customers.
Plan and prioritise workload to meet deadlines
To maintain professional qualifications required for the role, including continuous personal development
To work to the requirements of SI 2004 no 1031 and amendments thereof, which includes Good Clinical Practice
To work according to MAC SOPs, guidelines and policies
To work according to current data protection standards and practice good information management. Maintenance of strict confidentiality of study subject and business related data.
To maintain a high level of initiative and personal responsibility, liaising appropriately with team members and managers to ensure your job role is efficiently carried out
To support the aims of MAC and to represent MAC appropriately in a professional way to all our customers
Competitive salary in keeping with pharmaceutical industry standards and will reflect experience
Free onsite parking
25 days annual leave (increasing in increments to 30 days after 6 years service)
Your birthday off work
MAC Clinical Research invites applications from highly motivated candidates, with a desire to fulfil their full potential. You will be working with an organisation that sees you as an investment and is keen for you to achieve your career aspirations.
Please note that if we receive a high volume of applications this role may be closed.
Salary: Competitive + Negotiable £ Apply Now