Vitalograph Career Opportunities


Project Coordinator in Pharmaceutical Clinical Trials

Do you like working in a fast paced, constantly learning environment with huge promotion potential? Would you like the opportunity to travel both domestically and internationally? Are you interested in being part of making the world a better place through medical innovations?

Vitalograph are proud to offer an excellent opportunity at a rapidly growing company. We have a classy casual dress code and work a 36.5 hour week with an hour for lunch and we close at 4:00 PM on Fridays. We are also involved in charity drives and other fund raising events.

Here at Vitalograph, a 55 year old International Medical Equipment manufacturer, challenging is the word of the day. With our Headquarters in England and our factory in Ireland we are world leaders in diagnostic pulmonary function testing. We have branch offices in Germany, Hong Kong, Japan and Lenexa Kansas.

Our equipment is sold through a huge distribution network to doctors and hospitals all over the world. The name Vitalograph is synonymous with the Gold standard of diagnostic pulmonary function equipment.

Manufacturing is not all we do. We also provide state of the art products to pharmaceutical companies (Sponsors) for use in clinical trials. We provide Project management including:

  • The customization of software and equipment to meet the Sponsors requirement.
  • The training of clinical sites and CRA’s at investigator meetings on how to use the equipment according to the protocol.
  • Shipping and collection of equipment.
  • Oversight of the sites to ensure they have what they need and are conducting testing correctly.
  • Collection of the data being created.
  • Running reports on the data to give to the Sponsor.
  • Weekly progress meetings.
  • Creating study specific manuals and procedures.

Due to continued growth of our business within the pharmaceutical clinical trials industry, we are seeking an enthusiastic, organized, and determined person to join our team. Should also be able to work with minimal supervision.

It would be a significant advantage if the Project Coordinator were familiar with the way in which clinical trials are run, alongside experience with GCP and SOPs. One main criterion of the successful applicant would be the ability to identify and solve problems quickly, ensuring that all aspects of the project are being attended to in a timely fashion, whilst have the ability to communicate clearly & effectively at different levels.

Aspects of Project coordinator may include:

  • Writing and quality control checking documents including:
    • 1. User manuals for customized software.
    • 2. Customer requirements specifications.
    • 3. Agenda and meeting minutes.
    • 4. Presentations.
  • Indirect liaison with sponsor pharmaceutical company or CRO.
  • Assisting the Project Manager in the day-to-day management of one or more specific contracts, ensuring that they proceed smoothly, to time and cost.
  • Document control
  • Filing and QA checking documents for signatures
  • Creating and entering data into spreadsheets such as:
    • 1. Inventory trackers
    • 2. Contact lists
    • 3. Equipment setup sheets
    • 4. Investigator competency trackers
    • 5. receipt and return of equipment forms
  • Testing of equipment
  • Ability to help with investigator training at investigator meetings
  • Arranging equipment to be delivered to and returned from sites
  • SOP updating

Requirements:

A minimum of an associate’s degree preferably in life sciences or project management.

Or

2 years’ experience in either Clinical trials or Project management.

Must have a valid driver’s license

Required:

Advanced knowledge of MS office suite including:

  • Excel
  • Word
  • Outlook
  • PowerPoint
Preferred:
  • MS Project
  • Web meeting software
  • General computer skills
  • Technical abilities
  • Knowledge of medical equipment (respiratory)
  • Ability to read a manual and become familiar with new equipment

Please include a cover letter explaining why you would be a good fit for Vitalograph.


Project Assistant in Pharmaceutical Clinical Trials.

Do you like working in a fast paced, constantly learning environment with huge promotion potential? Would you like the opportunity to travel both domestically and internationally? Are you interested in being part of making the world a better place through medical innovations?

Vitalograph are proud to offer an excellent opportunity at a rapidly growing company. We have a classy casual dress code and work a 36.5 hour week with an hour for lunch and we close at 4:00 PM on Fridays. We are also involved in charity drives and other fund raising events.

Here at Vitalograph, a 55 year old International Medical Equipment manufacturer, challenging is the word of the day. With our Headquarters in England and our factory in Ireland we are world leaders in diagnostic pulmonary function testing. We have branch offices in Germany, Hong Kong, Japan and Lenexa Kansas.

Our equipment is sold through a huge distribution network to doctors and hospitals all over the world. The name Vitalograph is synonymous with the Gold standard of diagnostic pulmonary function equipment.

Manufacturing is not all we do. We also provide state of the art products to pharmaceutical companies (Sponsors) for use in clinical trials. We provide Project management including:

  • The customization of software and equipment to meet the Sponsors requirement.
  • The training of clinical sites and CRA’s at investigator meetings on how to use the equipment according to the protocol.
  • Shipping and collection of equipment.
  • Oversight of the sites to ensure they have what they need and are conducting testing correctly.
  • Collection of the data being created.
  • Running reports on the data to give to the Sponsor.
  • Weekly progress meetings.
  • Creating study specific manuals and procedures.

Due to continued growth of our business within the pharmaceutical clinical trials industry, we are seeking an enthusiastic, organized, and determined person to join our team. Should be able to work with minimal supervision.

It would be a significant advantage if the Project Assistant were familiar with the way in which clinical trials are run, with experience of GCP and SOPs. One main criterion of the successful applicant would be the ability to identify and solve problems quickly, ensuring that all aspects of the project are being attended to in a timely fashion, whilst having the ability to communicate clearly & effectively at different levels.

Aspects of the Project Assistant position may include:

  • Assisting the clinical trials team by providing administration and project tracking support.
    • To assist project teams in the preparing, updating, printing and distribution of study specific documentation as appropriate:
    • Study-specific procedures.
    • Status reports.
    • Study Manuals.
    • Study newsletters and merge letters, etc.
  • Assisting with reporting on study progress by maintaining tracking spreadsheets.
  • Maintaining study specific files (paper and electronic)
  • Taking and issuing minutes for meetings.
  • Assisting with problem solving project issues.
  • Data verification (appropriate training will be provided)
  • Raising data queries and data correction forms.

We offer Medical and dental insurance, 15 days’ vacation with 8 paid holidays. Our 401K plan is incredible as we will double what you contribute up to 7%. Continued education is encouraged and some will be paid for 100%

Requirements

An associate’s degree in life sciences is preferred but not required for the right candidate Must be 18, have a high school diploma or equivalent and have a valid driver’s license.

Advanced knowledge of MS office suite including:

  • Excel
  • Word
  • Outlook

Preferred:

  • PowerPoint
  • Access
  • Project
  • Web meeting software
  • General computer skills