If you are looking to join a dynamic high energy team, which operates at the cutting edge of innovation and you have experience in imaging clinical research projects or a degree in Biomedical Engineering, Computer Science, Radiography or similar, we’re looking for you!
Imaging Research Coordinator (Position Open)
Reports to: Sn. Project Manager
Office: Central London, UK or Philadelphia, USA; must have EU / UK / USA Citizenship or Working Visa
How to Apply: Email your CV and Cover Letter: CV@ia-grp.com (Subject: Imaging Research Coordinator)
An excellent opportunity to join IAG’s fast paced dynamic clinical trials operations team, focused on successful delivery of imaging trials in various therapeutic areas, including oncology, musculoskeletal, CNS and rare diseases. Some of the projects are more scientific, others are more operationally challenging. We bring partners and the 3rd parties (vendors) when our in-house team needs input, at the same time we thrive to train our in-house teams (located in EU, UK and USA) to learn from each new assignment. If you are looking to join a dynamic high energy team, which operates at the cutting edge of innovation, this position is for you. If you feel that you always wanted to apply what you learnt in your medical imaging focused MSc or PhD in real word and see how this is making a difference, this position is for you! We are looking for someone who is driven, focused and a passionate problem-solver, with technical expertise in medical imaging.
One Week in This Role:
As a Clinical Imaging Coordinator, this is a hands-on role, ensuring successful delivery of our clients’ projects, interfacing with imaging centres, investigators and industry’s opinion leaders. This role requires you to use your head, solve problems and answer scientific questions while taking responsibility for high quality imaging and robust project delivery. It requires dedication, organization and out-of-the-box thinking on daily basis! You will report to Study Manager and often directly work with our clients. You duties and responsibilities will include:
- Coordination of all activities on the project that involves use of medical imaging to develop a new drug or a device
- Scientific input into study design and study execution
- Supporting studies involving medical imaging and imaging data analysis
- Often, managing study set up, training of study team, achieving study milestones and delivery
- Ensuring the acquisition on robust and high quality data
- Client communication and client support
- Reporting on project status
- Accounting for project cost, time and budget
- Mitigating programme and project risks
Career background & experience for this position?
You don’t need to have background or prior experience as a project manager, but you must be able to demonstrate your ability and expertise in dealing with complex projects, conflicting priorities and clients or stakeholders. It would be a plus is you had prior experience in the imaging focused company, such as an imaging corelab, imaging academic or clinical trial unit, Contract Research Organization, Pharmaceutical, Medtech or Biotech company. Our ideal candidate will be a highly organized medical imaging advocate with solid experience in running phase I-III trials, contract management and understanding of bio-tech and pharmaceutical industries.
- Clinical imaging experience or technical degree with focus on medical imaging;
- Demonstrate ability to set own goals, prioritize work, provide forward momentum to multitask and show initiative;
- Strive to reach targets and milestones;
- Adhere to study protocols, SOPs and regulatory requirements;
- High level of competence in IT and especially in spreadsheet, database, and relevant scientific, management and presentation software;
- Proven ability to communicate to customer, project team and senior management.
What is our culture?
We are not a firm that works 9 to 5, punching the clock. Instead, we have a high-performance culture that rewards creative solutions to daily challenges, as well as a strong work ethic. We certainly work hard, and are all in the office between 8:30 and 6:00 pm daily unless traveling. Going back online after dinner is common to get our jobs done. We make sure that each person is aware of the bigger picture and knows how he or she contributes to the overall business growth. Each team member is regularly appraised and rewarded through a bonus system when the company is doing well.
How much could someone earn in this role?
Our company has a multi-part compensation structure:
Competitive base salary based on experience and skills.
We contribute to each employee’s pension.
Every person is eligible to receive a competitive bonus based on exceptional individual and firm performance.
IAG, Image Analysis Group, is a fast-growing imaging expert organization that supports pharmaceutical companies developing new treatments to improve patients’ lives. IAG is a unique company that works with the worlds’ top biotech and pharmaceutical innovators in clinical research, who seek objective and reliable answers on the efficacy and safety of novel drugs through imaging biomarkers. IAG brings together a solid technical expertise and advanced scientific thinking to take the best of academic innovation into clinical trial settings. Every project we run involves use of the advanced medical imaging and the latest algorithms for medical image analysis, which generate accurate and objective data, helping our clients to make the right decisions early. Our operations are supported and centered around our propriety cloud based platform DYNAMIKA, which bring together seamless management of imaging data, cloud based logistics, advanced analysis using Machine Learning and AI. DYNAMIKA‘s architecture ensures transparency of trial delivery (through designed dashboards), real-time access to the data, extra security and easy scalability of operations. We closely work with academic and medical opinion leaders, centres with the latest imaging equipment and world’s leading technical start-ups. The design of our trials involves use of machine learning, artificial intelligence as well as use of advanced imaging sequences.