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Clinical Training & Implementation Specialist

Category:  Clinical Development and Medical
Location: 

Crawley, South East, GB

   

Are you ready to be a part of our UK Clinical Development Centre (CDC) and lead training and implementation of new systems and processes? We are looking for a Clinical Training & Implementation Specialist to support team training, including onboarding of new staff.

 

About the department
The UK Clinical Research team of approximately 75 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 three field based CRA teams to cover the monitoring of clinical trial sites across the country. 

 

About the role
In this field-based role, reporting to the Head of Clinical Research, you will work closely with the Clinical Quality & Training Manager and the Clinical Management team to deliver an effective training programs across CDC-UK staff. 
A key aspect of the role will include implementation of training for new clinical systems, as well as ensuring training remains current on new SOPs, processes and legislation relating to GCP. Effective collaboration across the team will be essential for this position.

 

We are looking for a candidate with strong communication skills and an ability to: 
•    Build and maintain relationships
•    Collaborate with all relevant stakeholders to ensure effective implementation of relevant training 
•    Collaborate across Clinical, particularly with CQTM, Clinical Research Managers and wider team  
•    Develop strong working relationships with other CDCs to ensure information and knowledge sharing 
•    Participate in relevant cross functional project groups within Novo Nordisk

 

Independence, attention to detail and initiative is expected when analysing, prioritising, planning, and performing tasks either assigned by management or initiated by the individual. Flexibility and ability to prioritise is necessary to manage a large of number tasks from different stakeholders. 

The Clinical Training & Implementation Specialist should work co-operatively in teams and groups within and outside the department yet will also need to be able to work autonomously. There is some business travel expected to deliver training in-person at regional meetings, 1:1 training sessionss, and to support department in-person training. In addition, it is expected that online/on-demand and live remote (Teams) based training is used to support activities.


Qualifications and experience
•    Educated to degree level in Life Sciences or equivalent 
•    Proven experience in clinical research environment, for example as CRA, CTA or trial manager
•    Experience as system expert / super-user desirable
•    Knowledge and hands on experience of change management
•    Excellent knowledge of clinical trial methodology
•    Up to date knowledge of the clinical trials environment - ICH GCP, regulatory issues, SOP’s
•    Ability to adjust to process changes effectively
•    Knowledge of coaching and training techniques
•    Excellent computer literacy and general IT skills, preferably including clinical systems 

 

Leadership Skills e.g., delivering results, coaching, and developing others, influencing, problem assessment, decision making, planning and organising, concern for quality and detail

 

What we offer
We offer a competitive salary plus bonus, private healthcare, life assurance, income protection and a fantastic pension scheme. You will also be entitled to flexible benefits which include holiday insurance, childcare vouchers, optical insurance, holiday buy and sell, Perkbox and much more! 
Novo Nordisk offers an excellent inclusive culture with a focus on healthy living, flexible working, and corporate social responsibility activities. The Novo Nordisk Way includes our vision, our values and our commitment to ensure we are a great place to work and we want you to be a part of that!

 

Contact
Please apply via our careers site. We are not able to accept direct CVs.

 

Deadline
23 January 2022


 

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.