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Clinical Research Physician

The Clinical Research Physician provides medical expertise and support for the development, implementation, conduct and reporting of EORTC clinical trials. He/she also supports the EORTC Research Groups in the elaboration and implementation of their scientific strategies to improve standards of care.

Main responsibilities / Major Activities

Clinical trials
The CRP provides medical expertise and support for the development, activation, conduct and reporting of EORTC clinical trials, including trials with drug registration intent. He/she works together with Data Managers, Projects Managers, Clinical Scientists and Statisticians as part of the EORTC Headquarters teams in supporting the studies carried out by the EORTC Research Groups. He/she is responsible for developing and maintaining the study synopses, protocols and consent documents, in collaboration with EORTC investigators. Throughout the study, he/she makes an essential contribution to the trial management by leading the medical monitoring process: training of participating sites, support of sites for enrolment and protocol compliance, monitoring of recruitment metrics and study data, and safety reporting to Regulatory Bodies. In close collaboration with the study statistician and the principal investigator, the CRP prepares and attends IDMC consultations and reports on study results.

Scientific strategy
The Clinical Research Physician (CRP) supports the EORTC Research Groups in the elaboration of their scientific strategies to improve standards of care. The CRP contributes to building strong interactions between the stakeholders (academic groups, industry). By his/her activities with different EORTC Research Groups, the CRP facilitates the cooperation and the cross fertilisation of ideas amongst the groups.

Education
The CRP conducts training for the non-medical staff. He/she contributes also to courses and workshops organised by the EORTC and by other organisations.

Profile

  • A Medical Doctor degree
  • Minimum 5 years of professional experience, preferably in Oncology
  • Experience as a clinical trialist or medical monitoring
  • Basic understanding of medical statistics
  • Experience in the pharmaceutical industry is an asset
  • Must be fluent in English (oral and written), other languages are an asset
  • Team player and dynamic
  • Good level of computer literacy (Microsoft)
  • Availability to travel

Benefits

Permanent contract
Wage according to our Non-Profit organisation status
Hybrid working environment (from Belgium only)
30 days holidays (full time)
Free parking
Meal vouchers
Hospitalisation insurance and ambulatory care
Pension plan
Reimbursement of public transport
Homeworking allowance

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