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Clinical Research Associate I/II - London - Pharma-dedicated

Company: SEC Recruitment
Location: London
Reference: RN1114
Closing Date: 18 Jul 18
Type: Permanent
Salary (£): Negotiable
Benefits:

Job Summary:

An internationally reputable CRO with an impressive pipeline across a number of major therapeutic areas (oncology, neurology and infectious diseases) is seeking a Clinical Research Associate to join their Clinical Development Team in London.

Requirements:

An internationally reputable CRO with an impressive pipeline across a number of major therapeutic areas (oncology, neurology and infectious diseases) is seeking a Clinical Research Associate to join their Clinical Development Team in London.

The successful candidate will perform all CRA-related activities, predominantly monitoring, of a sponsor-dedicated study. This is an extraordinary opportunity for CRAs at any levels currently working within the life science sector for pharmaceutical companies, biotechs or CRO who wishes to grow and consolidate their skill-set for one dedicated client with .

Besides, this opportunity grants you high-standard training scheme in a life-balanced environment where everyone is mutually committed to make a difference in people’s life and, likewise, it incentivises progression to a higher tier profile.


Role: Clinical Research Associate I/II
Location: London
Home/Office-Based: Both
Start date: Immediately
Salary: Competitive + benefits


Key Accountabilities:

- Monitor assigned clinical sites and ensure compliance of assigned studies with national and international regulatory requirements.
- Conduct pre-study, initiation, independent on-site monitoring and close-out visits.
- Reviewing regulatory documentation relative to investigative sites ensuring compliance with GCP
- Demonstrated understanding of medical/therapeutic area knowledge and medical terminology
- Assisting investigative sites with appropriate GCP training and ensure that these conduct specific research according to protocol and national laws.
- Development and preparation of the local informed consent form.
- Finding resolutions of queries for assigned investigative sites.
- Establishing and maintaining regular contact with investigators
- Act as a main point of reference with assigned sites
- Contribute to enhance data quality through evaluation of study query tendencies.
- Engage in oversight activities on behalf/through affiliate CRO as per directed by the Clinical Research Management.

Experience and Qualifications:

- University Life-science Degree or certification in a related allied health profession from an appropriately accredited institution (e.g. nursing certification, medical or laboratory technology)
- A minimum of 1 year of on-site monitoring experience in clinical development phase II-IV
- Overall relevant clinical research and monitoring experience in pharmaceutical or CRO industries
- Thorough knowledge of ICH Guidelines and GCP including a basic understanding of regulatory requirements.
- A willingness to travel for site monitoring and, ideally, flexible around possible overnight work.
- Valid Driver's License where applicable

To apply for this role please send your CV to roy.nelson@secpharma.com or call +44 (0) 207 255 6600 for more information.

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Contact Information:

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3rd Floor, 13-15 Moorgate London.
EC2R 6AD
England
Tel:  00 44 (0) 207 255 6600
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