The Royal Adelaide Hospital and The Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Adelaide, SA, Australia
Temporary Full Time
Central Adelaide Local Health Network - The Royal Adelaide Hospital and The Queen Elizabeth Hospital
Total Indicative Remuneration: $87,817 - $112,041 RN2 (pro rata)
Full-time temporary up to 12 months
$87,817 - $112,041 RN2 (pro rata)
The Clinical Trial Coordinator is responsible for the coordination of local and multi-centre clinical trials in accordance with Good Clinical Research Practice (GCRP) and International Conference of Harmonisation (ICH) guidelines.
Assist with the identification of potentially eligible patients and inform medical staff of the screening procedures for study entry. Responsible for coordinating patient appointments and clinical follow-up, the collection of data, the collection of specimens and the collation of test results and the immediate reporting of serious adverse events.
The Level 2 Clinical Nurse (Clinical Trial coordinator) delivers nursing care to individuals and groups of patients, manages the processes of nursing care delivery, and promotes the maintenance of a physically safe and culturally sensitive environment for customers and staff. The Clinical Nurse practices in accordance with the legal and ethical requirements of the nursing profession and the core nursing values of the Central Adelaide Local Health Network (CALHN).
Registered as a general nurse with the Nurses Board of South Australia and holds a current practicing certificate.
The South Australian public sector promotes diversity and flexible ways of working including part-time. Applicants are encouraged to discuss the flexible working arrangements for this role.
Appointment will be subject to a satisfactory Criminal History Check and compliant Immunisation screening.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants are encouraged to apply.
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