We are currently looking for an Equipment Coordinator to join our Macclesfield office in Cheshire.
The Equipment Coordinator (EC) is an internal role and will support the Illingworth operational teams in dealing with all aspects of the clinical trial equipment process from the initial order through to return or disposal of the equipment after study close out and will include maintenance of an inventory, responding to operational team requests for equipment to be shipped to team members in the field and providing support to team members using the equipment.
The EC will become an expert on each piece of equipment and can assist Illingworth staff with trouble shooting and training where the need arises and will also stay up to date on new maintenance techniques consistent with the devices they are responsible for.
You will be responsible for ordering equipment, maintaining and inventory, trackers and databases
You will be responsible for the receipt and cataloging of new equipment, shipping of the equipment and maintenance schedules.
You will develop training materials regarding use and handling of relevant pieces of equipment including providing equipment operation demonstrations, instructing other staff in the use and care of equipment and answering relevant questions and developing Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) repository as a reference for staff.
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities
Good working knowledge of Microsoft office applications.
Research experience would be beneficial.
HNC (or equivalent), or equivalent training and experience.
ECDL or recognized IT competency qualification (desirable)
Illingworth Research Group provides a range of clinical development services to the pharmaceutical, healthcare, biotechnology and medical device industries. We are experts in providing Research Nursing for Phase I to IV clinical trials across many different therapeutic areas. We have grown organically over our 21-year history offering all services near globally. On and Off-Site Research Nursing capabilities continue to expand in support of the patient centricity movement.