Senior Clinical Research Associate
|Title:||Senior Clinical Research Associate|
|Location:||Florida (Orlando/Miami area), US|
|Department:||Development & Regulatory Services|
DescriptionSenior Clinical Research Associate (CRA)
success is built upon everyone having passion for their work and keeping their commitments, thus creating an environment where people rely on each other and achieve positive results. Come be part of our team as a Senior Clinical Research Associate
. This role will monitor and oversee clinical site activities to ensure study compliance to protocol, ICH GCP, regulator and local requirements. The CRA will act as main line of communication between study site personnel and the sponsor and will evaluate suitability of facility for initial and ongoing conduct of clinical trial. The CRA will provide verification of proper oversight, handling, and accountability of investigational product(s) as well as verification of accuracy and integrity of study data and source documentation. This position will be centrally located in Florida, with accessible travel around the Orlando and Miami areas.
Bachelor's degree, preferably in science, nursing, other biomedical discipline, or equivalent.
2 years monitoring experience and 4 years as a CRA or equivalent such as research coordinator.
Flexible and willing to travel up to 70%
Working knowledge of ICH GCP and clinical research regulations
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