Clinical Study Designer
|Title:||Clinical Study Designer|
|Department:||Early Clinical Research|
Join a team that’s going places!
Every member of the Celerion team is involved in making something essential – a distinctive contribution to the health and well-being of people around the world. That’s the sense of purpose shared by employees throughout Celerion. We’re a performance-driven drug research company, operating in robust and growing markets. We have an exciting future and offer a strong development environment for our great employees.
We are currently seeking a full time Clinical Study Designer. As part of our team, you will do protocol interpretations and design of clinical trials. A minimum of an Associate’s degree in a health related field and applicable experience in a medical, clinical, pharmaceutical or laboratory setting is required. You must be detail‑oriented, computer literate, and able to work in a fast-paced atmosphere.
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