Join the Lucida Team
Revolutionising Early Cancer Detection with AI
We are building a team of talented software engineers and researchers working in the domains of Artifical Intelligence, UI and medical imaging.
Being based in Cambridge, we are closely aligned with the research community both in the University and the Cambridge ecosystem.
Interested in joining our team?
Our current vacancies
Clinical Trials Coordinator
validating our software. You will be part of our Regulatory and Clinical team and will be supported by highly
experienced colleagues. The work will span the complete lifecycle of studies, including approvals, and
delivering several studies that are already under way. This pivotal role will ensure that the clinical trial is being
conducted in accordance with contractual agreements, trial protocol, trial-specific processes and systems,
SOPs, regulatory and ethical requirements.
Key Skills and Essential Experience
- Degree qualified in biomedical sciences, nursing, or similar healthcare-related discipline
- Proven track record of project management
- Proven ability of running clinical studies
- Data management and clinical study ethics experience
- Experience of working with R&D departments to secure C&C approval.
- Experience of IRAS ethics applications
- Knowledge of electronic data capture systems (eDC, eCRF)
- Confident in dealing with patient and public involvement
Preferred Skills and Experience
- Experience of medical device development (IEC 62304)
- Experience of usability engineering (IEC 62366-1)
- Experience of design and/or running large-scale multi-centre clinical trials
- Knowledge of ISO 14155 – Clinical Investigation of medical devices for human subjects – Good
clinical practice (GCP, GxP)
An Ideal Candidate Will Have
- Excellent organisational skills
- Be self-motivated
- Have good problem-solving skills
- Have the ability to work autonomously
- Be a team player
Specific Duties and Key Responsibilities
- To facilitate and coordinate the set-up and conduct of clinical trials and/or clinical studies
- To have responsibility for setting-up participating sites in multi-centre trials and ensuring that all data
and samples are collected following the protocol, including training of site staff
- To provide support for the development of study protocols
- To assist and advise in the development and provision of case report forms (CRFs) and database for
the collection of participant data
- To develop and maintain systems for tracking trial conduct, recruitment and data capture
- To prepare and submit in a timely manner all required study reports
- To monitor the timelines, accuracy and quality of CRFs and data return from participating sites
- Review, submit and manage amendments to essential clinical research documentatio
- Prepare and liaise with appropriate staff for monitoring visits, audits or statutory GCP inspection by the
MHRA or any other body
- Ensure timely implementation and completion of any corrective and preventive actions (CAPA) required
This role is full time and based at the Company’s offices in Cambridge. Some travel may be required.
The Application Process
Please apply directly to the Recruitment Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org, by sending us a CV and
covering letter explaining how your skills and experience meet our requirements, outlining your background
and why you are interested in this role. No agencies please.