The York Trials Unit (YTU) is one of the UK’s leading centres for the design and analysis of randomised controlled trials. Due to the continued success of the Unit, we are now seeking to appoint a Data Manager - Design. The post offers the opportunity to be part of a large and successful multi-disciplinary Department, renowned for its methodological expertise and commitment to policy relevant research.
You will assist with the design of Case Report Forms (CRFs) and design, build, test and maintain study eCRF applications using YTUs electronic data capture systems. You will also configure, test and maintain data entry and scanning systems. This is an exciting opportunity for someone to join a successful trials unit and contribute to the way CRFs and eCRFs are collected using Electronic Data Capture (EDC) systems.
It may become a requirement for anyone successfully appointed to this role to undertake an enhanced DBS check, in order to undertake specific project work. Appointees will be asked to declare any spent convictions at the point at which a project requires an enhanced DBS check. The enhanced DBS check will then be carried out before they undertake work relating to that specific project.
Interview date: 5 May 2021
These are new posts and the positions are available immediately. Informal enquiries are welcome please contact Professor Catherine Hewitt (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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