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Home-based CRA II

Company: DOCS Global
Location: United Kingdom
Reference: Ref AS-014095
Closing Date: 27 Oct 16
Type: Contract
Salary (£): Competitive
Benefits: Excellent & Comprehensive

Job Summary:

Our client offers the security of a permanent and full-time position, working 100% home-based. They offer above-market salary and company benefits.


Roles & Responsibilities of the position

We have an opportunity for a CRA with phase II and phase III clinical trial monitoring experience to join our well-established team as a home-based CRA I or CRA II (depending on actual experience).

We are looking to recruit an experienced CRA with solid clinical monitoring of UK-based based clinical trials and good understanding of UK study legislation and process and excellent working knowledge of e-CRFs and EDC.

The Role and your Responsibilities
The experienced field based / home based CRA (Clinical Research Associate) will perform all aspects of CRA work covering site evaluation, site initiation visits, site monitoring and close-out visits across phase II and phase III clinical trials in different medical indications.

CRA responsibilities:
• Facilitate subject enrolment at the site level with focused patient recruitment strategies and action plans;
• Identify site needs and site-related issues, escalate and/or initiate corrective actions when necessary, providing solutions for site staff to facilitate the clinical trial process;
• Respond to site-related queries and escalate site-related issues with operational site management responsibility;
• Perform investigational product accountability and reconciliation, maintain site study supplies, and facilitate the resolution of clinical queries to investigative staff;
• Build and maintain solid and long-term professional relationships with investigators and site staff;
• Ensure clinical study sites are conducting clinical trials in compliance with the respective protocol, our client's SOPs and applicable ICH/GCP guidelines and regulations;
• Assist in preparing sites for audits, review audit reports and contribute to resolving findings;
• Implement new technologies and systems at clinical sites, e.g. EDC systems;
• Ensure appropriate safety reporting as well as tracking and reporting of adverse events (AEs and SAEs) and to verify case reports and source documentation; etc.

Job Requirements

• Degree (BA/BS/BSc) in life sciences or qualified nurse
• Previous CRA experience gained in the UK on phase II and III clinical studies
• Previous external clinical trial monitoring experience gained in the UK
• Willingness to travel 50-60% of the time to monitor sites by car
• Full-time availability
• Full clean driving licence
• Strong IT skills (e-CRF, EDC) with the proven ability to work efficiently on various electronic systems
• Full UK working eligibility
• Start date - negotiable

Please send your CV today to find out more details to or ring +33 964 25 67 65.

*Applicants who have not had a response within two weeks should assume their application has been unsuccessful.

Remuneration & other details

* Permanent contract of employment seconded to our client;
* Market-leading salary according to actual level of skills and experience;
* Company benefits to include car allowance, pension, health insurance, etc
* Home-based working
* Training
* Regionalized monitoring;
* Full-time

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Contact Information:

Address:  DOCS UK
2 Globeside, Globeside Business park Marlow
Reasons to work for Docs International
Tel:  +44 (0) 2380 688500
Fax:  +44 (0) 2380 688501
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