Overview

Reference Number: JO-2102-463337_2
CRA – Oncology
Rate: Negotiable
Job Type: Permanent
Location: New York

CRA – Oncology

Location: US country-wide

Salary & Benefits: Competitive

JO-2102-463275

 

A global CRO who have just won some fantastic new business are looking to expand their CRA talent pool across the US.  They have a broad client base of pharma and medical technology clients across most therapeutic areas.  They offer a highly competitive salary, benefits and bonus scheme and are well known for staff retention and a good work-life balance.  Benefits include unlimited PTO, 10 paid holidays and matching 401(K). They are also interested in contractors for 6 to 12-month assignments.

Role Detail:

  • This role will be home-based with travel to sites up to 70% of the time.
  • The CRA will be responsible for field monitoring for site qualification, initiation, interim monitoring, site management and study close-out visits for studies in accordance with Good Clinical Practices (GCPs) and applicable local and international regulations and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs).
  • They must also ensure the highest level of quality of data submitted from study sites.
  • CRAs must assure timely submission of data, including appropriate reporting and follow-up for all safety events by site personnel/site level review of Key Risk Indications/Key Performance Indicators and where required, statistical monitoring and tracking of study Quality Tolerance Limits

Key Skills & Experience:

  • 2+ years of experience as a Clinical Research Associate
  • Oncology experience required
  • Willingness to travel required
  • BSc/RN qualification and/or
  • Good knowledge of monitoring and associated ICH/Regulatory guidance required
  • Demonstrates critical thinking skills to determine the cause and appropriate solution in the identification of issues.
  • Knowledge of financials linked to clinical project requirements
  • Demonstrated capability of working in global, matrix environment
  • Excellent communication, presentation and interpersonal skills
  • Excellent planning and organizational skills with effective time management
  • Ability to apply problem solving techniques to resolve complex issues and apply a risk management approach to identify and mitigate potential threats to the successful conduct of a clinical research project.
  • Critical thinking and analytical skills to understand/analyze complex data and provide insight into risk reports, trends and outliers in data
  • Computer literate and numerate with a willingness to adapt to various computer systems.

 

Contact/How to Learn More:

To find out more information or apply, contact Sarah Goddard on 0118 959 4990 or email sarah.goddard@cpl.com

CPL Life Sciences specialises solely on the recruitment of professionals into the pharmaceutical and medical technology industries globally. We work with large, medium-sized and small pharmaceutical organisations as well as clinical research organisation and medical device companies.

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