- Hepatology Clinical Trials Co-ordinator based at Flinders Medical Centre/Southern Adelaide Local Health Network
- Indicative Total Remuneration Package: $66,603 to $81,572 pa - MeS1
- Commencing February 2018
The Hepatology Unit at Flinders Medical Centre is pleased to announce funding for an exciting new position commencing in February 2018.
Flinders Medical Centre is part of the Southern Adelaide Local Health Region (SALHN) which also includes Noarlunga Hospital and is affiliated with Flinders University. The region serves the southern metropolitan area of Adelaide, renowed for its proximity to beautiful metropolitan beach precints such as Glenelg and the McLaren Vale wine district. It is also provides liver transplantation services to the entire region of Central Australia (South Australia and Northern Territory) as the home of the South Australian Liver Transplant Unit.
The Hepatology Clinical Trials Coordinator position has a multi-skilled role that provides management of clinical trials, the clinical trials data base and provision of reports to the Director of Clinical Research and the Head of the Hepatology Unit.
Clinical Trials in Hepatology at Flinders Medical Centre began in the 2010s and has been steadily increasing in outputs in both investigator initiated and contract research. The Clinical Trials Coordinator is responsible for assisting with both aspects (investigator initiated and contract) of research including; the running of clinical trials, submission to the SAC HREC as directed by the Director of Research and Head of Hepatology, relevant IEC correspondence, participant recruitment, training of staff in trial-related activities, database management, financial reporting to the Head of Hepatology, attending and participating in Investigator meetings, preparation for and participation in monitoring visits and audit (as applicable) visits with the sponsor company, and completion and maintenance of trial documentation.
A significant amount of time is dedicated to research and development under the direction and supervision of the Director of Research and Head of Hepatology. The incumbent undertakes both improving the techniques and processes currently employed and extending the range of research projects and clinical trials offered by the Hepatology Unit.
The South Australian public sector promotes diversity and flexible ways of working including part-time. Applicants are encouraged to discuss the flexible working arrangements for this role.
Appointment will be subject to a satisfactory Criminal History Check. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants are encouraged to apply.
Applicants are invited to make further enquiries to:
Associate Professor Alan Wigg, Head of Hepatology and Liver Transplantation Medicine, Department of Gastroenterology, Flinders Medical Centre.
Phone: 0410 447 805
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Applications close: 27 Oct 2017 11:55 PM Cen. Australia Daylight Time