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Clinical Research Associate - Southeast UK

Company: Chiltern
Location: M3 and M4 Location in the Berkshire Area, UK
Reference: MLJ898900
Closing Date: 02 Jan 17
Type: Contract
Salary (£): 30,000 - 40,000
Benefits: Competitive PAYE salary(or freelance rates), car or car allowance, pension, LI, 25 days leave, gym membership contribution, health benefits

Job Summary:

Home Based CRA position with top ten pharmaceutical company. Working within Immunology and Dermatology. Full Time. 12 Months Rolling Contract. M3 or M4 Corridor. Employed permanently by CHILTERN on PAYE salary and benefits, and seconded to the pharmaceutical company.

Requirements:

Working within the Immunology and Dermatology therapy areas this is a contract role starting at 12 months full time, home based and covering the region around Reading and the Southeast - M3 and M4 region. 

You would typically be monitoring around 3 days/week, sometimes more sometimes less and we are looking for someone who has at least 18 months monitoring experience at hospital sites in the UK.

We are really wanting someone who is happy to be employed on PAYE. Due to on-going changes in legislation and issues surrounding IR35, many of our clients are now veering away from freelance contractors.

For this role therefore we would expect you to be permanently employed by Chiltern Source and seconded to our Client. Competitive salary, car/allowance and benefits.

If you are freelancing right now and under no circumstances want to switch to PAYE, we "may" consider this IF you are "The One"

DUTIES
Contribute to the nomination of new sites for clinical trials; analyze capability and make recommendation for trial inclusion.
Assume ambassadorial role to facilitate communication between sites and Operatoions to increase value proposition to investigators
Facilitate preparation and collection of site level documents during all phases of the trial; resolve problems as required.
Execute site initiation and training.
Implement total site management including monitoring visits, regulatory assessment,
drug supply management and resolution of site problems to ensure compliance.
Identify problems at sites; resolve issues and escalate as appropriate.
Collaborate with the clinical study manager (CSM) to ensure recruitment and execute contingency plans, as needed.
Complete preparation and generation of study monitoring reports.
Review and manage data remotely and at site; resolve technical and content issues on a continuous basis in order to achieve timely database lock targets.
Implement site close-out activities.

REQUIREMENTS
Life Sciences degree or equivalent in education
Effective site management and organisational skills including the ability to prioritize workload and plan ahead to take into account key study milestones
Good understanding of Microsoft Office applications and the ability to use computerized clinical trial tracking systems as required
Excellent communication skills
Fundamental understanding of Clinical Research, the CRA role and working knowledge of ICH GCP

Please send your application to Marc.joseph@chiltern.com or call Marc on 01753 216664 for further discussion and detail.

Key words clinical research associate, CRA, monitoring, clinical research monitor,

 

 

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