Clinical Project Scientist
Every day, Kelly Scientific Resources (KSR) connects
clinical research professionals with opportunities to
advance their careers. We currently have an exciting
contract opportunity for a Clinical Project Scientist
working with our client based in San Diego, CA.
The Clinical Program Scientist CPS brings scientific,
operational, and project management expertise to
protocol development, study planning / execution, and
Job Responsibilities (other duties may be assigned):
with team. Manage/coordinate all aspects of clinical
- Develop/Write Phase I/II Clinical Trial Protocols
trial, including operations and contracting.
coordination of protocol-related reviews and writing
- Lead and/or manage protocol development, including
- Coordinate writing of IB, CSR and other clinical
- Support scientific discussions with consultants.
- Serve as the primary contact person for study
team meetings as needed, including preparation of
- Lead phase I/II working group meetings and clinical
agenda, minutes, and action items.
with regulatory team to consolidate clinical
- Support regulatory and EC/IRB submissions and work
response to regulatory or EC/IRB questions.
- Coordinate data visualization/DMC activities.
- Provide study updates to team members and
- Be point person for vendor contract negotiation,
Work with team to:
review recruitment plan.
- Manage study timelines, oversee study budgets and
and issue resolution.
- Track study progress, coordinate trouble shooting
vendor budgets, scope of work and training
- Develop ICF and CRFs, select vendors, review
Provide input and feedback for:
- Country do-ability/site feasibility evaluation and
management plan, and other clinical trial
- Mitigation and contingency plans.
- Trial plans, monitoring guidelines, data
Work with clinical leader/medical monitor to:
meetings, including protocol/compound training.
- Develop content and plan for investigator
review protocol deviations, provide retraining to
- Review incoming study data for trends and issues,
sites and monitors, work with data managers and
vendors to reconcile data discrepancies.
listings and tables, contribute to data mining
- Review statistical analysis plan, review data
strategy, interpret study results, and review
clinical study report.
Studies experience (very important).
- Candidate must have a track record of Clinical
- At least MS or equivalent in a Biomedical Science
are critically important.
- Excellent technical writing and communication skills
attention to detail.
- Strong organizational skills, thoroughness, and
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- Strong team orientation, strong people skills.
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Job Code : BHJOB3479_593184
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