Clinical Associate

Highly Competitive
  1. Contract
  2. Clinical Research Associate (CRA)
  3. United Kingdom
Berkshire, England
Posting date: 06 Jul 2020
This vacancy has now expired

A leading biopharmaceutical company are recruiting for an experienced Clinical Associate to join their team in Berkshire on a 12 months rolling contract. This is a great opportunity to join a busy clinical team working across a variety of highly complex trials whilst taking on a wide range of responsibilities.

Job Responsibilities

  • Liaise with vendors as directed to ensure deliverables are met for trials by identifying deliverables and methods of communication to facilitate efficient workflow
  • Work collaboratively with Clinical Operations to support Clinical Project Managers to define and discuss reporting formats and activity tracking needs and execute according to plan
  • Assist with accurate review and preparation of all external and internal documentation for assigned trials
  • Converting, organising and tracking ophthalmology patient images from patient visits and uploading them for review
  • Assisting in the preparation and set up of DMC meeting reviews required for continuation of the studies
  • Assist the Clinical Project Manager in preparing necessary tools to maintain consistency in the trial processes and data across all trial sites
  • Participate in vendor and trial-related meetings, including drafting of agendas, minutes and other meeting materials as needed
  • Track delivery and receipt of required supplies and materials to study sites and provide regular status updates
  • Conduct and document results of quality control reviews, ensuring necessary corrective actions are completed and identifying and resolving systematic issues
  • Execute assigned tasks to ensure project deliverables are met

Skills and Experience

  • Minimum of 2 years of relevant work experience in clinical trial support, data coordination or a pharmaceutical or CRO environment
  • Working knowledge of ICH/GCP regulations and clinical protocols
  • Demonstrated computer aptitude in MS Office Suite
  • Demonstrated knowledge of the drug development process with clinical operations administrative experience and skills
  • Ability to effectively and positively work with executive-level management
  • Ability to handle highly confidential and sensitive materials and information with complete discretion and having good judgment in working with clients, and occasionally under ambiguous or challenging circumstances
  • A dynamic self-starter with a positive attitude and strong influencing skills

To Apply

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