Abbott Field Clinical Research Specialist in Solihull, United Kingdom

Ensure the execution of Clinical Projects, in around the North West of England, particularly around the Manchester and Liverpool area. Although this is a field based we expect applicants to live within a commutable distance to these locations.

Main responsibilities:

  • Implement and support all the assigned Clinical Projects

  • Facilitate/support adeguate enrollment rate and data quality with regular and frequent visits to the assigned centers

  • Take proactive measures to ensure project enrollments within timelines and defined forecasts

  • Coordinate timely and quality data collection

  • Arrange ad-hoc meetings or activities for data quality improvement

  • Guarantee data quality through periodic reporting on CRF status, site compliance and regular visits to the centers

  • Ensure compliance in safety reporting

  • Guarantee periodic communication to ECs and CA according to the applicable legislation and be responsible of the correct study documents archiving

  • Coordinate projects monitoring activities in cooperation with the Field CRA

  • Communicate internally on project progress to stakeholders

  • Develop/coordinate Clinical Project Plans and all projects associated documents

  • Identify and qualify of appropriate study centers, physicians and staff in accordance with all internal stakeholders and SOPs.

  • Train field people assigned to projects

  • Ensure project products availability and traceability (if applicable)

  • Ensure study/country/center specific essential documents are generated and filed in project administrative binders/OC database and project folders on internal network

  • Define requirements and coordinate service providers (if applicable)

  • Coordinate and communicate regularly with Investigators and Steering Committee / Adjudication committee / DSMB members

  • Ensure regular payments of project fees as per agreements

  • Ensure proper communication between the Italian Investigators and BCC/US for sub analysis, publications and data management for Global projects

  • Take active role in presenting clinical activities in local internal and external meetings

  • Ensure full compliance to all Abbott procedures and process such as all Clinical SOPs; HR procedures; Quality and Regulatory SOPs; 231 Law; Code of Business Conduct Coordinate data analysis for local projects

  • Be the clinical reference point for local clinical activities in the assigned area

  • Support statistical analysis for local projects

  • Plan and support physicians on scientific communication for local projects

Education and experience :

  • Candidates must hold at least a BSc degree in a relevant discipline, with experience in the medical devices industry.

  • Experience within clinical projects, as a project leader or CRA, in medical device, biotech or pharmaceuticals industry/CRO is required.

  • Must have strong communication and leadership skills, and good PC utilization skills.

  • Experience in cardiology medical devices is required, preferably within Electrophysiology and/or Cardiac Rhythm Management.

  • Must be willing to travel extensively both in and outside of the UK.

As you’d expect from a global healthcare company, we offer a fantastic range of benefits including competitive salaries, a superb defined contribution pension scheme, private healthcare, life assurance and a flexible benefits scheme.

An Equal Opportunity Employer

Abbot welcomes and encourages diversity in our workforce.

We provide reasonable accommodation to qualified individuals with disabilities.

To request accommodation, please call 224-667-4913 or email