• Senior Clinical Research Associate United Kingdom
  • Novo Nordisk in United Kingdom, , United Kingdom
  • jobs
  • 3 weeks ago

jobs description

For over 100 years we have been driving change to defeat diabetes, but we know that what got us here today is not necessarily what will make us successful in the future. We are now transforming our business and taking our expertise into new territories including obesity and rare blood and endocrine diseases.

Our story is one of incredible growth and success, which has culminated in receiving many prestigious awards, such as Best Places to Work and Vitality – Britain’s Healthiest Workplace 2nd year running!
The position
We are looking for a Senior Clinical Research Associate to help us with our clinical studies without these studies our products will not get to the patients who need them the most, we need people like you to help us break through the barriers by helping us deliver more ground-breaking medicines to the patients that need them most. The position is regional in the UK (South East), and you must live in this area.

Why not join us and make a difference today for a... healthier world tomorrow!

This is a field based role to work 4 days a week.

Your responsibilities will include:
• Conducting risk-based site management in accordance with the protocol, monitoring plan, SOPs, relevant legislation and ICH-GCP guidelines, with guidance, assistance and supervision as required. You select the appropriate sites and investigators by conducting site selection visits, you obtain the necessary greenlight documents within timelines together with recruitment planning visits.
• Conduct site initiation visits to enable the site to start recruitment . You are well-organized, flexible with the ability to tactfully communicate with internal and external stakeholders. You have the ability to find solutions to complex problems with minimum disruption whilst providing a strong support network. You also actively participate in regional, trial team, monitor and investigator meetings.
• Updating and complying with requirements of electronic systems eg: eTMF, eITF IWRS, EDC and Clinical “other clinical systems”.
• Management of protocol compliance at sites
• Trial supplies management and managing data cleaning process and ensuring data cleaning deadlines are met.


We expect you to have:
• Degree level, life science or nursing qualification or equivalent (desirable)
• Basic GCP qualification
• A couple of years’ experience as a Clinical Research Assistant in the pharmaceutical and/or healthcare industry
• Valid UK driving licence
• Ability to prioritize tasks to meet workload requirements
• Strong attention to detail

About The Department

The UK Clinical Research team of approximately 100 employees is part of the UK Clinical, Medical and Regulatory (CMR) Department with responsibility for running all global development clinical trials in the UK. The team has trial management and administration functions based in the UK Gatwick office and four field-based CRA teams to cover the monitoring of clinical trial sites across the country.

Working at Novo Nordisk
Novo Nordisk is its people. We know that life is anything but linear and balancing what is important at different stages of our career is never easy. That’s why we make room for diverse life situations, always putting people first. We value our employees for the unique skills they bring to the table, and we work continuously to bring out the best in them. Working at Novo Nordisk is working toward something bigger than ourselves, and it’s a collective effort. Together, we go further. Together, we’re life changing.

What We Offer
• Bonus: We do our best work to succeed together. When goals are reached, you’ll be rewarded through our bonus scheme.
• Pension: a market leading pension scheme with generous employer contributions
• Wellness: We want you to be your best self, so you’ll have access to an award winning Wellness programme, including Private Medical Insurance, and lots of wellbeing initiatives and offerings.
• Insurances: All colleagues are covered by our private medical, life and disability insurance which provides protection and peace of mind.
• Inclusive culture: our culture is one of care, support and respect for our people. We are committed to making your workplace safe and believe that a transparent, inclusive culture and leadership is the way to empower every individual to do their very best.

Application support
We are an equal opportunities employer, and we commit to an inclusive recruitment process and equality of opportunity for all our job applicants. If you're a person with a disability, if you're neurodivergent, and need any adjustments to be made during the application and selection process, please send an email to GIFJ@novonordisk.com. Please include your name, the role you are interested in and the type of adjustment your need.

Please apply via the Novo Nordisk careers site

Please apply before 14/06/2024.

We commit to an inclusive recruitment process and equality of opportunity for all our job applicants.

At Novo Nordisk we recognize that it is no longer good enough to aspire to be the best company in the world. We need to aspire to be the best company for the world and we know that this is only possible with talented employees with diverse perspectives, backgrounds and cultures. We are therefore committed to creating an inclusive culture that celebrates the diversity of our employees, the patients we serve and communities we operate in. Together, we’re life changing
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