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Clinical Research Associate, (CRA – SCRA) Global Medical Device Organisation, Up to €60,000 P/A + Company Car

Company: Meet
Location: Germany - Homebased
Reference: M DEV CRA RS
Closing Date: 01 Dec 17
Type: Full Time
Salary (£): 60,000 - 80,000
Benefits: Up to €60,000 P/A + Bonus + Benefit

Job Summary:

CRA/SCRA - Global Medical Device Organisation - up to €60,000 P/A + Company Car - Fantastic benefits and development Opportunities,

Requirements:

Ideal for CRAs with 2+ years’ experience an interest in Medical Device Studies and a fluency in German and English,

As a Global leader in the development of Medical Device solutions for Cardiovascular Diseases, we have a global presence throughout Europe, Asia, Africa and the Americas. We have now been established for over 50 years in which time have gained an outstanding reputation for our innovative approach and high levels quality. You will be joining a highly skilled and ambitious Clinical team, with the opportunity to work across a range of highly complex and scientific Clinical Studies dealing with devices at the forefront of the industry.

As the successful candidate you can expect a huge investment in your training and development with a clear route through to management positions. We hold an impressive record of internal promotion for our management and have incredibly high staff satisfaction scores alongside one of the lowest staff turnover rates in the industry.

For further details, please call on +44 203 019 5995 or email directly at russell@peoplewithchemistry.com to discuss in confidence.

Company Background

Global Leading Medical Device organisation

Internationally recognised for a highly innovative approach

A Specialist in the development of devices within the Cardiovascular field

Excellent training and support provides incredible opportunities for career progression and personal development

Highly competitive salary (€50,000 - €60,000 P/A plus Company Car)

For further details, please call on +44 203 019 5995 or email directly at russell@peoplewithchemistry.com to discuss in confidence.

As the successful candidate you can expect the following responsibilities:

Full Monitoring responsibilities to ensure trials operate in adherence to all ICH-GCP and internal SOPs

Site management

Assisting with study protocol design

All types of monitoring visit

Opportunity to work directly with one of the top 10 Global Pharma’s and Biotech’s

Skills Required

Min 2 years’ independent monitoring experience

Fluent in German, good knowledge of English

Profound knowledge of all ICH-GCP Protocol and any local regulations

Ability to work from home within Germany

For further details, please call on +44 203 019 5995 or email directly at russell@peoplewithchemistry.com to discuss in confidence.

Find out more about us at www.peoplewithchemistry.com

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