Clinical Research Associate II (CRA II)
Kelly Scientific Resources - Jacksonville, FL

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Job Description:
Clinical Research Associate
Every day, Kelly Scientific Resources (KSR) connects
clinical research professionals with opportunities to
advance their careers.
We currently have a contract opportunity for a Clinical
Research Associate (CRA) in Jacksonville, FL.

Job Responsibilities (other duties may be assigned):
Under general supervision, plan and monitor human
clinical trials in compliance with internal standard
operating procedures, Good Clinical Practices (GCP) and
applicable Regulations and Guidelines.
Coordinate protocol, informed consent and case report
form development and compilation.
Insure appropriate trial agreements are signed and
materials are distributed.
Complete source document verification, query generation
and acceptance, and test article accountability both
remote and on-site.
Monitor and secure protocol and regulation compliance at
investigational sites.
Review, retrieve, and report the trial data as the
requirements dictate or as appropriate.
Adhere to environmental policy and procedures and
supports department environmental objectives.
Identify potential clinical sites, qualify clinical
sites, monitor clinical studies per GCP, maintain
study-related documents. Up to 50% travel to clinical
sites and clinical research organizations.
Plan and develop study request for proposals, site
training documentation, protocols, informed consent
forms, CRFs, and other study materials.
Prepare and present clinical studies at site initiation
or investigator meetings and report study results.
Perform other relative duties as assigned by management.

Education and experience required:
Bachelors degree or equivalent relevant experience.
Six years of working experience in clinical research
setting with a minimum of four years as a clinical
research monitor.
Working knowledge of regulations and standards
applied in clinical area and medical devices.
Strong knowledge, understanding and application of
principles, concepts and practices of clinical
Strong organizational, analytical, oral and written
communication skills.
Technical writing skills.
Knowledge of the application of requirements to new
products and processes.
Ability to collect and analyze data.
Ability to develop innovative solutions to problems
with minimal complexity.
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Kelly Scientific Resources has grown into a $270 million
global business as the scientific business unit of Kelly
Services. Our recruiting consultants place clinical,
regulatory and medical affairs, data management and
biostatistics professionals to the pharmaceutical,
biotechnology, medical device, CRO and university
research communities. We invite you to bookmark our Web
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Kelly Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Job Code : BHJOB3479_595577

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