Position title: Medical Officer
Position location: Randwick, NSW
Specialty: Clinical Research
Essential Requirements: AHPRA, FRACGP preferred
Pay type: Salary
Indicative rate of pay: $100k per annum
ABOUT THE OPPORTUNITY
- Join the Scientia Clinical Research team as a Phase 1 study doctor
- Work in a 30-bed, state-of-the-art research centre in Randwick
- Play a key role in the development of new medicines across therapeutic disciplines
- Join an open minded, diverse team that welcomes fresh ideas and individuals with a hands-on work approach.
- Learn more about the drug development process from bench to bedside
About Scientia Clinical Research
Scientia Clinical Research (SCR) is the first publicly funded purpose-built early phase clinical trials centre in NSW. We focus on first into human and first into patient studies across a broad range of therapeutic areas.
A unique opportunity is available for a motivated doctor to join the team as a Medical Officer.
About the Role
As a medical officer working on phase 1 trials, you will provide high quality medical care and services to healthy volunteers and patients (inpatient and outpatient) participating in clinical trials conducted by the SCR.
You will act as principal or sub-investigator for selected trials for both healthy volunteers and patients supported by the Medical Director and Deputy Medical Director.
You will work closely with a multi-functional team of doctors, scientists, clinical project managers, data managers as well as with external stakeholders on the forefront of drug development including COVID-19 therapeutics.
You will be remunerated with a competitive employment package including salary packaging and a bonus scheme.
To be successful for this position you will fulfil the following criteria:
- A medical practitioner with broad experience (PGY4+ or more) and a recognised medical degree
- Full unconditional registration with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency
- Ability to work well within a multi-disciplinary team (which includes clinical and non-clinical staff)
- Possess excellent written and oral communication skills to facilitate and build good rapport with clinical trial staff and participants
- Availability 2-3 days per week and flexibility to work outside of normal business hours e.g. early mornings, late evening, weekends if required
- Have an interest in working with a healthy volunteers and patients across therapeutic disciplines in the conduct of clinical trials
- Advanced Life Support Training
- Relevant GCP Training or knowledge of GCP principles (training can be provided)
HOW TO APPLY:
If you would like more information about this opportunity, please contact [email protected]
3 APRIL 2022