External Lab Specialist (Former Employee) – King of Prussia, PA – April 6, 2016
I did not work there that long. I had a great mentor. But they throw everything at once at you when you have very little experience. My position I dont thing there was room to advance or grow into another department
Good company, lots of gifts, parties
wfh was only one day a week, but could to when needed, It was just a hike for me, I was losing money on tolls and wear and tear on my car
Senior Clinical Research Associate (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – August 9, 2014
Training is extensive and at first done online. P2P training takes place with a training manager in house. Jobs are assigned during or after training. There is less autonomy at this company than at most and management can be abrasive and uncaring at times. Co-workers are good and training in a group is enjoyable in that you get to mix and talk and get to know them.
in house training and extensive on line training also
very little autonomy, management can be abrasive and uncaring at times.
Sr. Clinical Data Manager (Former Employee) – PA – July 14, 2014
Excellen• Sr. Clinical Data Manager on Phase III International DSP trial using EDC, E-Fax/scanned CRF’s. • Responsible for developing The Data Management Plan, Data Review Guideline’s, Data Entry Guidelines (study specific instructions for DE), and for creating Dummy data for edit check testing. • Recognized sites displaying trends (re: CRA) requiring urgent attention due to incorrect monitoring. • Disseminated in-depth scientific data/instruction in group presentations, and workshops to correct problematic data collection patterns by less experienced monitors which was most advantageous. t
Service Desktop Support Technician (Former Employee) – King of Prussia, pa. – January 14, 2014
Day was filled will many service desk calls. I learned how to work independently and as part of a team. Management I have nothing to say. My co-workers were all very professional and personable. The hardest part of the job was dealing with language barrier. The most enjoyable part as every day was a new adventure.
Professional work place with ability to work from home ofen
Legal Analyst (Former Employee) – King of Prussia, PA – February 4, 2013
Typical work day is answering emails and spending lots of time reviewing PDF's. Learned many different aspects of the clinical research industry. Management is helpful with all sorts of needs. Co-workers are friendly and very helpful. Hardest part of the job is pinning down the steps needed. Most enjoyable part was the co-workers