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Senior Clinical Research Associate - France - Medical Devices !

Company: Barrington James Clinical
Location: France, Paris - Homebased
Reference: js-meddev-249274924
Closing Date: 06 Nov 16
Type: Permanent
Salary (£): Competitive
Benefits: Apply and I will tell you!

Job Summary:

Med Dev


France - homebased 

Medical Devices - No prior medical Device experience needed!! 

I have been enlisted by one of my clients, a leading, global medical device organisation to support them in their search to appoint an experienced, permanent SCRA/LCRA. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to work with an experienced team as they continue to pioneer new technologies within cardiovascular medical devices. Due to a fantastic period of growth and recognition, and the successful merger with another established organisation, the company pipeline has doubled and ground-breaking new technologies are being developed.

In return for your dedication and positive attitude, this company will offer flexibility, excellent career development potential (including Junior Project Management opportunities that are readily available) and an excellent team environment to further contribute to your professional progression. There are lots of opportunities for international travel and networking, and experienced CRAs can expect to take on further responsibilities to help develop their career. 

Your tasks:

Planning, organizing, and monitoring clinical studies from initiation to close-out in the areas of Cardiac Rhythm Management (implantable pacemakers, defibrillators, electrodes) and Heart Valves in collaboration with national and international colleagues
Preparing and updating documentation, reports, handbooks, and guidelines
Providing clinical trial centres with assistance and support during clinical trials
Ensuring compliance with trial protocols and study-specific procedures
Monitoring and complying with quality management standards, internal SOPs, as well as budget and time allowances
Providing technical assistance to the product management team
Serving as a reliable contact person for the authorities in Germany and, if necessary, in Austria, Switzerland or in Eastern European countries


Your qualifications:

An apprenticeship as a medical technical assistant (MTA), pharmaceutical technical assistant (PTA), nurse, or holding a university degree with a background in medicine or the natural sciences
Three years of professional experience as a clinical research associate monitoring on sites, preferably in the area of medical devices
Knowledge of the respective laws and regulations
Good oral and written command of German and English; additional eastern European languages would be a plus
Knowledge of clinical software, e.g. Clinical Trial Management System, electronic Case Report Forms (eCRF)
Working knowledge of MS Office applications and computer literate
Willingness to travel on a frequent basis, also within Europe
Ability to work conscientiously, assertively, and independently, as well as excellent negotiation skills


What we offer:

We offer the assistance of an experienced team, as well as supporting you during your transition. Become a part of our expanding and internationally positioned company!

If you are interested in this challenging and varied position, then take the next step: Send me an English application stating your salary expectations and your earliest possible starting date. 

0044 1293 77 66 44 

Apply for this job: Senior Clinical Research Associate - France - Medical Devices !

Contact Information:

Address:  Head Office
Victoria House
Consort Way
Tel:  01293 776644
Fax:  01293 822333

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