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Position: Clinical Data Management Systems Developer
Institution: University of Liverpool
Department: Information Systems (IS)
Location: Liverpool, Merseyside, United Kingdom
Duties: Ensure that eCRFs are implemented to a high standard with appropriate validations within appropriate time scales. Work independently or as part of the team contributing to the development of the team, standards and services. Liaise with stakeholders across the trials unit to ensure eCRFs are produced to the highest standards Manage expectations of stakeholders at all levels to ensure that changes are made in a timely manner. Provide technical support cover on a rota basis during working hours and in exceptional circumstance out of normal working hours by agreement
Requirements: Experience of at least two of MACRO, RedCAP and OpenClinica
Text: Vacancy Details Clinical Data Management Systems Developer Grade 6 Biostatistics 009467 £28,098-£32,548 pa 02-Jul-2018 23:30 The Information Systems (IS) Team of the Clinical Trials Research Centre (CTRC) within the Department of Biostatistics is seeking a talented and motivated Clinical Data Management Systems Developer to configure and maintain our clinical trials data collection systems, REDCap, OpenClinica and MACRO. You should have a Degree in a relevant subject areas (or equivalent qualification or relevant professional experience) and a good understanding of at least two of the three systems in use is essential. The nature of the work that is undertaken by the IS team requires that you can communicate effectively with the whole range of specialities within a health research environment, including health professionals, statisticians, data managers and study coordinators. The post is available until 31 July 2020. Closing Date : 2 July 2018 Click on the link below to view the full job description 009467 Job Description Apply Return to Search
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