Clinical Research Clinician (Oncology) - AC0517

We seek highly motivated applicants who enjoy working in a stimulating and international environment.The selected candidate will:- Be in charge of the strategic planning, development, implementation and coordination of clinical research projects related to Oncology aiming at translating science into clinical practice and improving health for patients.- Actively participate in the development of the unit and assist the Head of Unit in the implementation of the Performance Contract.- Develop visibility of CIEC activities with special focus on oncology (scientific communications); Actively participate in European consortia and grant applications;Provide scientific and medical input in protocol development, CRF design and project plans.- Introduce medical expertise at all stages of implementation and evaluation of Clinical Studies in phases I to III (consulting the study team, communication with study physicians, assessment data safety and efficacy; Ensure the achievement of milestones; Risk and Change management, etc.).

Luxembourg Institute of Health
1A-B, rue Thomas Edison, Strassen 1445, Luxembourg
Key Accountabilities
  • Networking with collaborators and stakeholders in clinical research with a special focus on Oncology.
  • Interview patients and perform study assessments according to study protocol and case report form (CRF).
  • Acquire and store clinical data based on paper CRF and eCRF.
  • Organise public events for information of lay public or medical professionals.
  • Presenting the results on scientific meetings.
  • Writing scientific publications.

KEY SKILLS, EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS
  • Medical degree and experience in the area of oncology.
  • Interest in clinical research studies in general and oncology in particular.
  • In-depth experience in patient care and clinical development.
  • Knowledge of the health and clinical research environment in Luxembourg.
  • Independent, highly motivated and committed.
  • Excellent organisational skills.
  • Good interpersonal and communication skills.
  • In-depth experience in patient care and clinical development.
  • Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing in English and good knowledge in French, knowledge of Luxembourgish/German would constitute an asset.

What we offer
  • The opportunities to improve transferable and technical skills in a modern and international working environment (LIH employees with more than 30 different nationalities).
  • Involvment in national and international networking.
  • Working contract with full benefits (retirement, social security) with an opportunity for a long-term career development.
 
REF.: CM/CRC-O0517/AC/CIEC
Permanent contract, full time, immediately