EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY TO WORK FOR FAST PACED, GROWING CRO THAT OFFERS CAREER DEVELOPMENT AND THE OPPORTUNITY TO RAISE YOUR PROFILE IN THE INDUSTRY!
IF YOU HAVE ANSWERED YES TO THE ABOVE THEN MAYBE IT'S TIME YOU SHOWED AN INTEREST IN CHILTERN?
- ARE YOU INTERESTED IN WORKING FOR THE LARGEST PRIVATELY OWNED CLINICAL RESEARCH ORGANISATIONS
- DO YOU WANT TO DEVELOP YOUR CAREER AND RAISE YOUR PROFILE IN CLINICAL RESEARCH?
- WOULD YOU LIKE A DEFINED SCRA CAREER STRUCTURE WITH DEDICATED LINE MANAGEMENT AND TRAINING?
Chiltern is a leading International Contract Research Organisation with offices across the World. Due to our continuing success and expansion, we are looking to recruit experienced Senior Clinical Research Associates to help develop our West Coast Division . We are aiming to recruit talented CRA2’s and SCRAs who have the potential to progress to Clinical Team Lead further down the line.
The SCRA is a high-profile role within the Department, using their experience as a ‘knowledge resource’ to help other CRAs develop their skills.
The SCRA will provide expert advice, guidance and general supervision to Clinical Monitoring team activities for designated projects, and to monitor specified sites to ensure quality and integrity of data, ensuring study completion on time and within budget. They may be called upon to interact independently with Clients not directly involved in their projects, and to assist in some relevant departmental tasks.
Established in London in 1982, Chiltern International has accumulated extensive experience running clinical trials from Phase I to Phase IV across a broad therapeutic range. Chiltern provides an extensive range of services for both the international and national management of studies.
Job Primary Functions:
- The successful applicant will be responsible for coordinating Phase I-IV clinical trials in America
- Perform all types of site visits including, but not limited to, qualification visits, initiation visits, monitoring visits, motivational visits, audit support visits, and termination visits.
- Assist with document submissions to local authorities
- To identify potential sites for a proposed study in conjunction with the Project Team, and conduct feasibility assessment of sites as required
- Ensure that all study related communication including e-mail is tracked, printed and filed as required
- To track patient recruitment by contacting investigators as specified for the study, and discuss potential study risks and opportunities with the Project Manager and LCRA
- To liaise with all other appropriate departments within Chiltern International to ensure the smooth running of the study
- Mentor and train other CRA’s
- To assemble files and ensure documents for the trial master file accurately reflect the progress of the study
- Other Ad-Hoc CRA duties
- You will have an Honours Degree in a Biomedical or related Life Science, or equivalent Nursing qualification.
- A proven track record in the CRA job function, performing multiple initiation, selection, monitoring and close out visits
- Previous experience of working on large multi-centre studies
- Previous experience of working for a CRO
- This is a full time role permanent role (Regular employment only)
- For a confidential discussion about this opportunity, please phone Steven Dilworth on 01753 216 674. To apply, please send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org
- For more information about Chiltern International, please visit our web site at www.chiltern.com
- Please note that if your experience does not mirror that of our requirements for this role you may not receive a response