Clinical Research Associate

CAN LSC VC72738
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Description

We are seeking motivated and detail-oriented Clinical Research Associates for upcoming positions with our very reputable pharmaceutical/biotechnology/hospital clients.

Job

As a Clinical Research Associate, your responsibilities will be as follows:

• Utilizes technology effectively to support the clinical development process. Demonstrates mastery of relevant systems (IMPACT, Study Management Tools, Electronic Study File, etc.) to fully support the processes and protocol teams. Identifies new/innovative uses, and develops the skills of others in the department, assists with training as needed.
• Manages multiple tasks during the study start up process. Manages and assists with the review of essential study documentation (e.g. IRB/EC approvals, regulatory documentation, financial disclosures, etc.) and provision of site supplies.
• Utilizes strong organizational skills to manage study documentation and supplies during all phases of the protocol execution (start-up, maintenance and study closure). Prepares, distributes, collects, tracks and assists with the review of relevant documents and study supplies. Responds proactively to site supply needs.
• Interacts effectively with a wide range of individuals, both external and internal customers; collaborates effectively with internal groups and individuals to achieve key deliverables.
• Communicates effectively using excellent verbal and written skills; coordinates information and document flow to and from both internal and external customers (e.g. safety updates, amendments, administrative letters, newsletters, assignment changes, etc.).
• Works well in a team environment by employing excellent interpersonal skills and demonstrates a positive attitude in supporting and energizing the efforts of the Global Operations Teams.
• Serves as an effective project team member by working closely with Site Managers and Site Monitors to assist in the management and resolution of site related issues (study supplies, tracking of CRF pages and discrepancies; study file management, etc.)
• Exhibits professionalism and strong business ethics by maintaining confidentiality where appropriate, exhibiting candor and honesty with co-workers and others, and respecting Company policies and privileges.
• Works well independently by demonstrating the ability to think in a logical, decisive manner. Demonstrates strong, proactive, problem solving and decision making skills. Independently follows up and resolves outstanding issues.
• Exhibits flexibility and willingness to develop new skills by being receptive to new systems and processes.
• Continuously identifies and implements best practices and ensures standardization of established processes through coaching and feedback.
• Enhances team performance by leading the training and mentoring of team members through a mentoring process using informal and/or formal presentations. Serves as a key resource for colleagues
• Leads or participates as an active member of cross functional teams or task forces

Requirements

As a Clinical Research Associate, your qualifications are as follows:

• Experience in study and site associated document management processes. Coached others in organizing and tracking documents associated with protocol packages, clinical trial packages, IRB information, etc.
• Bilingual (French and English)
• Willing to travel
• Experience in working effectively in a team environment and with a variety of people.
• Experience working successfully in a heavily-matrixed environment; navigating and networking with individuals to accomplish tasks and initiate new ideas/processes through to fruition.
• Experience in accomplishing tasks within a timeframe and setting milestones to meet deadlines; overcoming obstacles to achieve goals.

We offer

Brunel Life Sciences provides global staffing, recruitment, and contracting solutions for Life Sciences, Pharmaceutical, Biotechnology and Healthcare organizations. Brunel Life Sciences plays a vital part of the Brunel International Group, with over 100 offices in 40 countries and approximately 13,000 employees around the globe.


Please apply through this posting title at http://www.brunelcanada.ca/jobs?country_nid=39124&market_nid=1685993 or contact Jenny at j.kliever@brunel.net for questions.

About the organization

Our pharmaceutical/biotechnology/hospital clients are industry leaders, very reputable, and have strong pipeliens. We are constantly searching for Clinical Research Associates to add to their growing teams.

Contact

If you have any questions regarding this vacancy or our application process,
please contact Jenny Kliever: +1 416 244 2402 2113
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Job Clinical Research Associate

City
Saskatoon, Regina
Country
Canada
Market
Life Sciences & Health Care
Branch
Pharmaceutical
Area of expertise
Clinical
Job title
Clinical Research Associate
Account manager
Jenny Kliever | +1 416 244 2402 2113
Job number
CAN LSC VC72738
Closing
01 August 2014

Description

We are seeking motivated and detail-oriented Clinical Research Associates for upcoming positions with our very reputable pharmaceutical/biotechnology/hospital clients.

Job

As a Clinical Research Associate, your responsibilities will be as follows:

• Utilizes technology effectively to support the clinical development process. Demonstrates mastery of relevant systems (IMPACT, Study Management Tools, Electronic Study File, etc.) to fully support the processes and protocol teams. Identifies new/innovative uses, and develops the skills of others in the department, assists with training as needed.
• Manages multiple tasks during the study start up process. Manages and assists with the review of essential study documentation (e.g. IRB/EC approvals, regulatory documentation, financial disclosures, etc.) and provision of site supplies.
• Utilizes strong organizational skills to manage study documentation and supplies during all phases of the protocol execution (start-up, maintenance and study closure). Prepares, distributes, collects, tracks and assists with the review of relevant documents and study supplies. Responds proactively to site supply needs.
• Interacts effectively with a wide range of individuals, both external and internal customers; collaborates effectively with internal groups and individuals to achieve key deliverables.
• Communicates effectively using excellent verbal and written skills; coordinates information and document flow to and from both internal and external customers (e.g. safety updates, amendments, administrative letters, newsletters, assignment changes, etc.).
• Works well in a team environment by employing excellent interpersonal skills and demonstrates a positive attitude in supporting and energizing the efforts of the Global Operations Teams.
• Serves as an effective project team member by working closely with Site Managers and Site Monitors to assist in the management and resolution of site related issues (study supplies, tracking of CRF pages and discrepancies; study file management, etc.)
• Exhibits professionalism and strong business ethics by maintaining confidentiality where appropriate, exhibiting candor and honesty with co-workers and others, and respecting Company policies and privileges.
• Works well independently by demonstrating the ability to think in a logical, decisive manner. Demonstrates strong, proactive, problem solving and decision making skills. Independently follows up and resolves outstanding issues.
• Exhibits flexibility and willingness to develop new skills by being receptive to new systems and processes.
• Continuously identifies and implements best practices and ensures standardization of established processes through coaching and feedback.
• Enhances team performance by leading the training and mentoring of team members through a mentoring process using informal and/or formal presentations. Serves as a key resource for colleagues
• Leads or participates as an active member of cross functional teams or task forces

Requirements

As a Clinical Research Associate, your qualifications are as follows:

• Experience in study and site associated document management processes. Coached others in organizing and tracking documents associated with protocol packages, clinical trial packages, IRB information, etc.
• Bilingual (French and English)
• Willing to travel
• Experience in working effectively in a team environment and with a variety of people.
• Experience working successfully in a heavily-matrixed environment; navigating and networking with individuals to accomplish tasks and initiate new ideas/processes through to fruition.
• Experience in accomplishing tasks within a timeframe and setting milestones to meet deadlines; overcoming obstacles to achieve goals.

We offer

Brunel Life Sciences provides global staffing, recruitment, and contracting solutions for Life Sciences, Pharmaceutical, Biotechnology and Healthcare organizations. Brunel Life Sciences plays a vital part of the Brunel International Group, with over 100 offices in 40 countries and approximately 13,000 employees around the globe.


Please apply through this posting title at http://www.brunelcanada.ca/jobs?country_nid=39124&market_nid=1685993 or contact Jenny at j.kliever@brunel.net for questions.

About the organization

Our pharmaceutical/biotechnology/hospital clients are industry leaders, very reputable, and have strong pipeliens. We are constantly searching for Clinical Research Associates to add to their growing teams.
City
Saskatoon, Regina
Country
Canada
Market
Life Sciences & Health Care
Branch
Pharmaceutical
Area of expertise
Clinical
Job title
Clinical Research Associate
Account manager
Jenny Kliever | +1 416 244 2402 2113
Job number
CAN LSC VC72738
Closing
01 August 2014

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