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Senior Clinical Research Associate | New Zealand
- Immediate start for an experienced CRA
- Working with studies across Phase I, II and II
- Prior studies experience in Oncology essential
ICON is committed to exceeding the quality standards demanded by our clients, patients and regulatory authorities
Quality is the cornerstone of ICON’s success. We’ve worked hard to establish a reputation for quality and have been recognised as one of the world’s leading Contract Research Organisations through a number of high profile industry awards. ICON has an excellent track record of successful audits from regulatory bodies and clients.
About the role
Due to a recent promotion within the team, we are currently looking for an experienced Clinical Research Associate (CRA) to join us in our New Zealand team. The studies involved in this role is mainly in Phase I to Phase III (Oncology, Cardiology, Vaccines, Cardiovascular etc.)
You will ideally possess the following criteria:
- A minimum of 18 months to 2 year’s established experience as a clinical research associate ideally in a CRO
- Prior experience across studies in Oncology is essential
- Ability to work independently and actively handle all necessary activities required for setting up and monitoring a study, completing accurate study status reports and maintaining study documentation
- Manage the progress of the assigned studies by tracking regulatory submissions and approvals, recruitment and enrollment, CRF, etc.
- Effectively monitor sites in order to ensure that studies are carried out according to the study protocol, ICON SOPs/WPs, applicable regulations and the principles of ICH-GCP
- Provide a benchmark of monitoring competence to inexperienced/less experienced colleagues
Due to Covid-19 and border restrictions globally in current climate, we can only consider candidate applications who possesses valid and full working rights to work in New Zealand currently located in the country. Thank you for your understanding.
Be Part of ICON Family
We want to be the Clinical Research Organisation that drives more client projects to market or accelerated decision than anyone else in the industry. In short, to be the partner of choice in drug development. That’s our vision. We’re driven by it. And we need talented people who share it.
If you’re as driven as we are, join us. You’ll be working in a great environment, with some of the brightest and the friendliest people in the sector, and you’ll be helping shape an industry.
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Senior/Clinical Research Associate
Are you passionate about working on innovative programmes in oncology, rare disease, cardiovascular, and other therapeutic areas partnering with a world-renowned top 5 pharma? Great, because we’re hiring!
We’re looking for innovative clinical research professionals just like you to join our global clinical operations teams across Auckland and Christchurch.
- Perform site selection, initiation, monitoring and close-out visits and work with sites to adapt, drive and track subject recruitment plans
- Provide monitoring visits and site management for a variety of protocols, sites and therapeutic areas
- Administer protocol and related study training to assigned sites and establish regular lines of communication
- Evaluate the quality and integrity of study site practices related to the proper conduct of the protocol and adherence to applicable regulations
- Manage the progress of assigned studies by tracking regulatory submissions and approvals, recruitment and enrolment, case report form (CRF) completion and submission, and data query generation and resolution.
- Create and maintain appropriate documentation regarding site management, monitoring visit findings and action plans
- Collaborate and liaise with study team members for project execution support as appropriate.
- Bachelor’s degree in Life Sciences or other scientific/nursing disciplines is essential
- Minimum of 2 years independent site monitoring experience as a CRA
- CRO or Pharmaceutical experience is highly desired
- Ability to travel which will involve travelling to the North or South Island
- Extensive knowledge of Good Clinical Practice (GCP) and International Conference on Harmonization (ICH) guidelines is required
- Oncology experience is highly desired
- Experience working with a Single Dedicated/FSP Sponsor as a CRA is desired
What is in it for you?
- A competitive base salary, generous car and health allowance, an annual bonus, flexible working, lifestyle and community days, regular social events, breakfast staples and fresh fruit provided, close to public transport, Global mobility opportunities and a Management team dedicated to taking you to where you want to go
- You will have the opportunity to build a career in a supportive environment, work with Industry leading Pharmaceutical companies and inspiring thought leaders
- We celebrate your success, we celebrate our learning’s, we celebrate Healthcare. This is just the beginning.
If you wish to hear more about these positions or any other positions IQVIA is currently advertising, please apply using this link: https://iqvia.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/IQVIA/job/Auckland-New-Zealand-AUC1/Senior—Clinical-Research-Associate_R1129573
Closing date for applications is: 31st August 2020
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