Part-time OCTO Grants Coordinator

We have an exciting opportunity for a Grants Coordinator to join the Department of Oncology finance team. You will be supporting the team in a busy grants office, handling upward of 150 active grant funding streams, and 150 cost centres. As a key member of the team you will help ensure the smooth management and reporting of parts of the department's large and complex grant portfolio including trials under the Oncology Clinical Trials Office (OCTO).

Andrew Blackford and Simon Lord become the first Against Breast Cancer Research Fellows at Oriel College

Department of Oncology researchers Dr Andrew Blackford and Dr Simon Lord have been appointed as Fellows of Oriel College.

The Research Fellowships, which provide research support for the UK’s leading scientists and clinicians working in the area of breast cancer research, were launched this year by Against Breast Cancer, a charity based in Abingdon, Oxfordshire.

The two Fellows received their awards at a celebratory evening at Oriel College attended by supporters of the charity, scientists from Oxford and Southampton, local dignitaries and alumni of Oriel College.

Clinical Trial Administrator (maternity cover)

We have an exciting opportunity available for a Clinical Trial Administrator to join the Oncology Clinical Trials Office (OCTO), which forms part of the Department of Oncology and is also the oncology division of the UKCRC registered clinical trials unit, OCTRU (Oxford Clinical Trials Research Unit). OCTO has good working relationships with UK-wide study sites and international groups in Europe.
OCTO runs academic clinical trials to the highest standards and is proactive in improving clinical trial procedures and delivering high quality data.

Clinical Trial Administrator

We have an exciting opportunity available for a Clinical Trial Administrator to join the Oncology Clinical Trials Office (OCTO), which forms part of the Department of Oncology and is also the oncology division of the UKCRC registered clinical trials unit, OCTRU (Oxford Clinical Trials Research Unit). OCTO has good working relationships with UK-wide study sites and international groups in Europe.
OCTO runs academic clinical trials to the highest standards and is proactive in improving clinical trial procedures and delivering high quality data.

HR Administrator

THIS VACANCY IS FOR IINTERNAL APPLICANTS ONLY
The Department of Oncology has 480 staff and visitors and over 130 students is supported by a Human Resources team lead by the Head of HR.
Working with the Head of HR and alongside the HR Officers, the HR Administrator is responsible for the administrative and reporting functions of the team as well as assisting in the development, improvement and expansion of HR systems and procedures across the Department. The role will be of particular interest to those who prefer to work in with a diverse range of projects.

Trial Administrator

The Trial Administration team provide an effective research management service for Oxford’s clinical cancer research programme. They work closely with our consultant staff and research teams to administer a rolling research portfolio. The aim is to ensure that the research is conducted on a highly professional, performance driven basis. Administrators need to apply good practical understanding and knowledge of the UK GCP research framework to navigate the system effectively.

Part-time Deputy Senior Finance Officer

We have an exciting opportunity for a new part-time role within the Department of Oncology Finance Team. The Deputy Senior Finance Officer will play a key role in the Early Phase Hub Clinical Trials Unit (EPHCTU), assisting the Senior Finance Officer with the management and reporting of the EPHCTU activities. The postholder will also play an instrumental role in the standardising and continued improvement of finance processes and procedures.
As the Deputy Senior Finance Officer, you will also have some line management responsibilities for more junior members of the team.

QA Administrator

The post of Quality Assurance Administrator at the Oxford Cancer and Haematology Centre supports clinical trial teams’ research into new cancer treatments. The postholder will assist in the delivery of clinical research governance to promote best practice and quality improvement measures for compliance with Good Clinical Practice standards. The post will lead on document control, processing and analysis of incident reports, internal audit and progress reporting.

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