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CLINICAL RESEARCH ASSOCIATE (CRA) - Early Development / Rome, Italy

Company: Covance
Location: Rome, Italy
Reference: 69029BR
Closing Date: 07 Sep 17
Type: Permanent
Salary (£): Competitive

Job Summary:

A fabulous opportunity to join Covance and work for one of the big pharma company through our ClinOps division. As a CRA you'll be involved in initiation, routine & close out visits concentrating on sites in Italy. Successful candidates will enjoy the benefits of working for a company that values a WORK / LIFE BALANCE!


Our mission - bringing medical miracles to market sooner - impacts the lives of millions of people all over the world. Our current growth of Early Clinical Development (ECD) brings new opportunities not only for clinical roles, but also another business functions.

At the moment we are looking for CRA II / Senior Clinical Research Associate in Italy.

If you prefer to reach out first to the recruiter responsible for this role, please feel free to contact me on LinkedIn - Krzysztof



 - University/college degree (life science preferred), or certification in a related allied health profession from an appropriately accredited institution, nursing certification, medical or laboratory technology
  - In lieu of the above requirement, candidates with four (4) or more years of relevant clinical research Experience in pharmaceutical or CRO industries will be considered
  - Thorough knowledge of ICH Guidelines and GCP including a basic understanding of regulatory requirements in other countries
  - Thorough understanding of the drug development process
  - Fluent in local office language and in English, both written and verbal
  - Thorough knowledge of Covance SOPs regarding site monitoring


  - Minimum of 2 years of clinical research monitoring Experience (including pre-study, initiation, routine monitoring and closeout visits)
  - Have a full understanding of Serious Adverse Event (SAE) reporting, process production of reports, narratives and follow up of SAEs
  - Excellent site monitoring skills
  - Excellent study site management skills
  - Excellent registry administration skills
  - Ability to work with minimal supervision
  - Good planning and organization skills
  - Good computer skills with good working knowledge of a range of computer packages
  - Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  - Ability to train and supervise junior staff
  - Ability to resolve project-related problems and prioritizes workload for self and team
  - Ability to work within a project team
  - Works efficiently and effectively in a matrix environment

Strongly recommended:
  - Early phase studies Experience (Phase I-II)
  - TA; oncology Experience
  - One (1) or more year's additional Experience in a related field (i.e. medical, clinical, pharmaceutical, laboratory, research, data analysis, data management or technical writing) is preferred
  - Local project coordination and/or project management

Keywords: Clinical Research, CRA, SCRA, Clinical Research Associate, GCP, Monitor, Monitoring, Senior Clinical Research Associate, CRA I, CRA II, CRA III, LCRA, Oncology, Cardiovascular, Neuroscience, Immunology, Infectious Diseases, Metabolism, Field Based, Home Based, CRO, Pharmaceutical, Italy

EEO Employer Covance is committed to diversity in the workplace and is an equal opportunity employer (Minority/Female/Individual with Disability/Veteran). Your confidentiality and privacy are important to us.

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Contact Information:

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