Clinical Trial Assistant (Project Assistant) - Bellshill

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Bellshill, United Kingdom
20 Jul 2019
19 Aug 2019
Full Time
Contract Type
Experience Level
Experienced (non-manager)
We are currently looking an Admin Assistant to be based at our Cambridge office. PPD is one of the largest and fastest growing Contract Research Organisations, servicing the top Pharmaceutical companies in the world. Dedicated to providing the highest quality service.

As Admin Assistant (Project Assistant) you will be responsible for providing project administrative support to the Clinical Research Associates for our UK offices. It is a fantastic opportunity to get exposure to the industry and to develop your skills at the same time. A Project Assistant position is an important part of clinical research project teams and PPD is looking to further grow it's teams in this area.

Your main responsibilities will include:
    The administration and preparation for trial set up, monitoring and tracking Co-ordinating travel Assisting in the organisation of project team and client meetings Maintaining tracking databases Maintaining project files and documentation according to Standard Operating Procedures and Working Practices A variety of additional tasks in line with business and department needs
PPD is proud to employ over 20,000 employees worldwide, across 48 countries and 89 offices. In just over 30 years, PPD has grown to become a world-leading company amongst Global CROs and consistently has won accolades for our industry leading CRA team, employee training & development, excellence in service and numerous awards for Best CRO. Our sustained year on year growth means that we are always looking for exceptional talent to join our company.


Experience & Education
    Strong MS office skills, as well as the ability to handle multiple tasks effectively Excellent organisational skills will be necessary, along with a self-motivated and positive attitude You should have some previous administration experience, preferably within clinical research, although this is not essential