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Senior Clinical Research Associate - Offering Visa Sponsorship, Australia

Company: IQVIA, Australia
Location: Sydney/Melbourne, Australia
Reference: SCRA001
Closing Date: 13 Apr 18
Type: Full Time
Salary (£): Competitive
Benefits: Excellent

Job Summary:

Ever wanted to experience life down under? Looking for a change in your monitoring career? Then look no further – Australia is recruiting!


IQVIA is looking for Senior Clinical Research Associates with Oncology experience to join its offices in Sydney and Melbourne.

Offering visa sponsorship to successful candidates, IQVIA also provides an array of competitive benefits.

IQVIA offers training and development plans to help progress your career in the direction you choose. And you won't do it alone – you'll have dedicated mentoring and work amongst a team of supportive CRAs and Line Managers.

This is a unique opportunity be a part of the developing changes following a significant merger and to be exposed to a variety of clinical research trials that will enhance your knowledge and skills.

If you are interested in making the move to Australia, please apply below.  

Quintiles and IMS Health have come together to become IQVIA, The Human Data Science Company. Inspired by the industry we help, IQVIA commits to providing solutions that enable life sciences companies to innovate with confidence, maximize their opportunities and ultimately drive human health outcomes forward.

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Contact Information:

Address:  Head Office
Level 9
67 Albert Avenue
Chatswood 2067 NSW

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