Clinical Data Analyst (x2)

Title: Clinical Data Analyst (x2)
Position type: Permanent, Full time
Location: P1vital Products Ltd, Manor House, Howbery Park, Wallingford, Oxfordshire, OX10 8BA (Due to COVID-19 remote working will be required initially)
Reports to: Clinical Data Manager / Senior Clinical Data Analyst

Role and responsibilities:
We have an excellent opportunity for 2 individuals with an interest in clinical data management to be part of a growing multi-functional team to manage and maintain clinical study and healthcare data. P1vital Products Limited (PPL) is a leader in developing software and products for the pharmaceutical and healthcare sectors. Reporting to the Clinical Data Manager (CDM) and/or Senior Clinical Data Analyst (sCDA), the Clinical Data Analysts (CDA) will be responsible for managing the clinical data for our pharmaceutical and healthcare clients; specifically:

• Preparation of data management documentation (e.g. Data Management and Validation Plan (DMVP), Data Transfer Agreements etc.)
• Performing data validation checks, raising data queries/data issues, and reconciliation of data from external sources (e.g. lab data etc.) as per DMVP
• Preparation of study datasets for statistical analysis and execution of data transfers
• Performing statistical analysis on healthcare/clinical data, as required
• Handling and maintenance of data management trackers and data reports
• Interacting with external data providers, and communicating across multiple study teams both internally and externally
• Setting up and user acceptance testing of EDC (eCRF/ePRO/eCOA/eLearning) systems
• Designing and coding databases to CDISC standard
• Providing support and guidance to study sites for clinical studies
• Responsible for the training, certification and maintenance (e.g. registration of site user accounts) of study EDC systems throughout the clinical study
• Archiving of study documentation and EDC data

Skills and experience
• Graduate with Life Science, Computer Science, or equivalent degree (IIi or above) and/or a higher degree
• Excellent organisational, planning and time management skills
• Excellent communication skills (both written and oral)
• Ability to work independently in a fast-paced environment
• Ability to work effectively with others
• Excellent logical and analytical thinking
• Creative problem solving ability
• High level of attention to detail and accuracy
• Advanced IT skills with MS office suite including Excel

To find out more or apply, please email your CV to