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Senior Clinical Research Associate - UBC

Company: United BioSource Corporation.
Location: London, United Kingdom
Reference: REQ20005516
Closing Date: 26 May 17
Type: Full Time
Salary (£): Competitive
Benefits: Comprehensive Package

Job Summary:

  The UBC Senior Clinical Research Associate is responsible for onsite and remote monitoring in accordance with ICH-GCP, local and study specific guidelines and regulations UBC and project SOPs.   Job Duties: Involvement in Feasibilities and Start up of studies assigned Preparation of study documents and support in submissions Assist in the preparation of study specific procedures and guidelines Responsible for all aspects of Site Management and Monitoring of clinical studies from...

Requirements:

Since 2003, UBC has been the home for people who are passionate about innovation, service and making a difference in peoples' lives and in the healthcare and biotech industries. As a service organization, UBC employees are our greatest resources. Their skills and expertise are what sets us apart in the industry.

Working here, you will support the development of life-changing therapies. You will work with peers who will become friends and leaders who listen to your feedback in a collaborative, innovative and fast-paced culture. You will enjoy competitive benefits, pay-for-performance compensation and rewarding recognition that promotes internal quality and critical alignment of our business objectives. And finally, you will enjoy the vast network of resources of our Fortune 20 parent organization, Express Scripts.



Brief Description:  
The UBC Senior Clinical Research Associate is responsible for onsite and remote monitoring in accordance with ICH-GCP, local and study specific guidelines and regulations UBC and project SOPs.
 


Job Duties:

  • Involvement in Feasibilities and Start up of studies assigned
  • Preparation of study documents and support in submissions
  • Assist in the preparation of study specific procedures and guidelines
  • Responsible for all aspects of Site Management and Monitoring of clinical studies from initiation through close out, including onsite visits and remote monitoring
  • Completion of visit reports and tracking in CTMS and other systems within requested timelines
  • Working with a local and international project teams
  • Responsible for data review as per project specifications
  • Review and maintenance of regulatory documents as per study and local requirements
  • Liaise between the sites and project teams and establish good communication and relationship



Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree required and / or other medical / biological science qualification or relevant working experience
  • Minimum of  24 months active monitoring experience
  • Thorough knowledge of clinical trials methodology and medical terminology
  • Good written and verbal communication skills in English and local language
  • Ability to perform tasks in CTMS, EDC, Outlook and client specific systems (if applicable)
  • Thorough knowledge of ICH-GCP 
  • Up to 60% travel
  • Ability to work independently
  • Excellent organizational and time management skills

 


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Contact Information:

Address:  United BioSource Corporation (UBC)
Europe Headquarters
26-28 Hammersmith Grove
London
United Kingdom
W6 7HA
England
Tel:  +44 (0)20 8834 0100
Website:  Visit Our Web Site

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