Clinical Research Coordinator



Why choose us?
Icon Group is Australia’s largest dedicated cancer care provider with a growing reach into New Zealand and Asia. With over 2,500 employees company-wide, the Group’s cancer services include over 40 cancer centres, 3 large chemotherapy compounding facilities and over 60 pharmacies across Australia.

As a purpose-led organisation, we are committed to changing the dial on healthcare outcomes across Asia Pacific and beyond. Icon exists to deliver the best healthcare possible as close to home as possible for patients across the globe.

Our future success depends on the quality and commitment of our team, so we are devoted to empowering our people to thrive in their career through personal and professional growth and development. If you are looking for a rewarding role and to make a difference in the lives of cancer patients globally, this is the opportunity for you!

About Icon Research:
Icon offers Australia’s largest private cancer clinical trials program. We have over 120 clinical trials open for recruitment and over 650 patients currently on active trials across haematology, medical oncology and radiation oncology and conduct trials from phase I through to phase IV.

Benefits:
  • Valued rewards and recognition program
  • Flexible working arrangements
  • Informative training and professional development
  • Competitive salary package
  • Access to some of the nation’s leading clinicians, physicists and radiation therapists
About the role:
Full-time 12-month contract to join our research team based at the Tennyson Centre in Kurralta Park. This is an amazing chance to work in a high-volume oncology and haematology clinical trial unit, along with gaining experience in emerging phase 1 oncology clinical trials and access to leading technology.

Key Responsibilities:
  • Provide high level support to Icon Principal Investigators in the conduct and day to day management of clinical trials
  • Manage and conduct the clinical trial portfolio including the trial coordination, recruitment, participant and team member education and communication
  • Ensure that clinical research carried out within Icon is conducted in accordance with Good Clinical Practice, the NHMRC National Statement and Icon policies
  • Communicate effectively with trial participants to ensure that trial related procedures are booked appropriately and compliance to attendance for trial visits is maintained
  • Actively attend meetings with internal and external stakeholders
About you:
We are seeking a driven and detail-oriented individual who has the ability to independently solve problems. With relevant research experience, you will have the ability to manage your workflow and build rapport with various stakeholders through effective communication.

Comprehensive understanding of the clinical trial processes and the application of good clinical practices (GCP) is mandatory. You will also hold a Bachelors degree in relevant health sciences, nursing or allied health field.

How to apply?
Please directly apply now and attach your resume and cover letter to your application.
  
Icon Group celebrates diversity and is committed to creating an inclusive workplace for all employees. We encourage applications from all diverse backgrounds.

COVID Health Requirement
In submitting your application, you understand and acknowledge that a state government public health order, direction and/or regulation may be applicable to the workplace and/or role that you are applying for (“COVID Health Requirement”).   You acknowledge and agree to comply with any applicable COVID Health Requirement including, but not limited to, providing us with information regarding your COVID vaccination status upon our reasonable request.

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