Clinical Affairs Scientist

Negotiable

Clinical Affairs Scientist - Cambridge - 12 month FTC - Competitive plus benefits

Great opportunity to join a company specialising in genetics research products as a Clinical Affairs Scientist. Vibrant group with strong team management. Role offers responsibility to:



Participate in the design and reporting of any necessary clinical trials directly or via Contract Research Organisations (CROs)

Set up and execute trial protocols and be accountable for their timely executions

Collate trial data using in-house or external specimens as required (haematological specimens)

Processing and accurately recording biological samples and cell lines

Laboratory activities such as biological sample and cell line culturing, cell enrichment and protocol set up and troubleshooting

Contribute to the analytical and practical workload within the MA team, using in-house or external specimens as required

Act as external study monitor, liaising and coordinating with external clinical sites to provide required clinical data

Responsible for the line management of our Clinical Affairs Analyst.



To be successful in this position it is expected you will have:



A background in a Science related subject, preferably to MSc or equivalent qualification

Experience providing operational insights into clinical/scientific trial design, including clinical/scientific protocols, amendments, informed consent forms, study guides and case report forms

An ability to use your scientific knowledge to problem solve and trouble shoot technical laboratory issues

Experience of working in a GLP environment with experience and knowledge in cell culture and cell enrichment protocols.

Exceptional attention to detail with very good organisational skills with the ability to manage your daily/weekly workload

Adaptability and high levels of motivation with the ability to work independently as well as part of a team

The ability to follow exact detailed processes carefully

Knowledge of cytogenetic processing methods and FISH analysis, desirable

Previous experience managing a small team (desirable but not essential)



This role involves contact with and expose to human tissue therefore seropositive immunisation against Hepatitis B is required at point of commencing work.



This role is suited to somebody who is keen to be lab based and travel for a maximum 20% of their working time to visit clinical labs internationally (US/EU).



If you are interested in this position, would like to apply or would like further information then please contact me on deborah@delta-consultants.com or call 01480 275527.



Key words - Clinical - Trial - Genomics - Genetics - FISH



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Salary
Negotiable
Benefits
pension, healthcare
Type
Contract
Duration
12 months
Required Skills
Clinical - Trial - Genomics - Genetics - FISH
Sector(s)
Diagnostics