If you are interested in applying for a role within NCTU and would like more information, please do not hesitate to contact the contact on the job advertisement.  All staff recruitment within NCTU is organised by the University of Nottingham Human Resources Department and members of the NCTU Unit Management team.

If you are successful with an application, upon appointment, you will receive a full induction programme. This will include ‘induction meetings’ with senior members of staff, familiarise with all NCTU Standard Operating Procedures and attendance at the School of Medicine Welcome Event. Identifying gaps in training is also part of the induction programme, and it is a mandatory requirement for staff to attend the in-house Fundamentals of Clinical Trials Course within the first 12 months of appointment.

The success of NCTU is down to our amazing people - we offer more than just a job. We build strong teams and believe in supporting each other. We empower our colleagues to do their best every day and respect each other.

Careers in Clinical trials 

If you're interested in finding out more about roles that exist within Clinical Trials Units, you may find this useful Recruitment and Retention Clinical trials information UKTMN

Current vacancies



Our teams

The Nottingham Clinical Trials Unit employs around 90 staff, across a range of disciplines. Although staff are organised by teams, staff frequently work with people within other teams in the Unit, representing the multidisciplinary nature of clinical trials. To find out more about the roles and responsibilities of each team, and the individual members of staff who are based in those teams, see below: 




Health and wellbeing

NCTU prides itself on looking after the wellbeing of its staff. We have a very active Health and Wellbeing group, led by members of staff, who plan a regular programme of activities to support and engage staff. We have designated trained mental health first aiders, who can provide support to those who may need it. In addition, the School of Medicine and University of Nottingham provide support for health and wellbeing. 


Health and wellbeing