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Junior Clinical Project Manager

Company: Hobson Prior
Location: Hertfordshire
Reference: CB3910
Closing Date: 21 Jan 19
Type: Permanent
Salary (£): On Application
Benefits: £40,000 - £50,000

Job Summary:

I am currently seeking a Junior Clinical Project Manager on a permanent basis to work for one of my clients based in Hertfordshire.

Requirements:

Junior Clinical Project Manager Opportunity

My client is specifically looking for a candidate who has considerable experience working as a Clinical Research Associate within oncology in the past and can perform monitoring visits as needed. This is ideal for a candidate who is wanting to train into a fully independent project management position.

Role requirements

  • Substantial experience in a position relevant to the role
  • University degree or equivalent in health sciences is preferred
  • Good knowledge of the Pharmaceutical industry/clinical trial process including oncology
  • Prior demonstrable supervisory experience mentoring junior staff

Previous positions may include

  • Senior Clinical Research Associate (CRA)
  • Lead Clinical Research Associate
  • CRA II
  • CRA I

 

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Contact Information:

Address:  Hobson Prior International Ltd
Wellington Gate
7-9 Church Rd.
Tunbridge Wells
kent
TN1 1HT
England
Tel:  01892 612 612
Fax:  01892 612 613
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