Job Ref 3234794
Location Auckland South
Category Business Support
Type Permanent - Full Time
A Little Bit About The Company
Our client is a charitable not-for-profit organisation, based at Middlemore Hospital that facilitates clinical trials. These trials give the medical specialists and Counties Manukau patients greater access to better, innovative medicines and new medical devices.
So, Who Are You?
A self motivated coordinator who has a strong focus on attention to detail and organisational skills.
Top 3 attributes they are looking for are:
  • Excellent Communicator
  • High level of comfort with information systems
  • Strong interpersonal skills
Other requirements:
  • BSc or MSc (Bioscience Enterprise)
  • Health environment knowledge base
  • Intermediate Excel skills
Strong communication skills are a must along with being a team player as you will be working in a tight-knit team and with external stakeholders. Lastly, due to the nature of the organisation, you will have the ability to multi-task and manage your time and workload effectively. 
Some More Information About The Role

Clinical Trial Analyst is a role that works closely with the pre-operations team to assist with the setup of new and the maintenance of the commercial clinical trial portfolio. It involves management reporting and analysis, feasibility tracking of clinical trials and implementation of the marketing plan.
Additionally, the position has an important role in assisting the Business Manager with sponsor contracts and amendments.
  • Be responsible for the Commercial trial feasibility process by ensuring timely processing and tracking of incoming feasibility requests
  • Provide monthly feasibility tracker report
  • Responsible for implementation of marketing plan
Please note this role is only suitable for someone with permanent residency or NZ citizenship. 
If this role sounds like you, please apply today!
  • Middlemore Hospital location
  • New Zealand's largest clinical trials site
  • Be part of the team who are bringing new healthcare options to the NZ public