Clinical Study Associate - Biotech - UK
- Contract Type
Working within pain management therapies, this role will have involvement in a yet-to-be initiated clinical study set to run across 4 or 5 European companies. You will be integral in supporting the Clinical Team as the study gets underway over the coming year.
- Prepare, archive and maintain essential documentation according to SOPs;
- Management and maintenance of the Trial Master File according to appropriate regulations;
- Provide logistic support for study supplies to sites;
- Prepare relevant documents for Study Drug Approval and release;
- Collaborate with preparation of required documents for submission to IRBs/ IECs and CA.
- Relevant Life Sciences degree;
- +3 years' experience working as a Clinical Trial Administrator;
- Extensive experience in TMF management including set-up and/or maintenance is essential;
- Good knowledge of requirements regarding essential documentation and GDP;
- Knowledge of ICH-GCP guidelines and clinical research regulatory environment.
This is one of several positions I am currently recruiting for so do please get in touch for a confidential discussion around your current situation and what your ideal next move would be.
To make an application please feel free to apply via this website, I am also available on LinkedIn to message regarding the role and will accept all invitations that refer to this advert - look for Dominic Mitchell at RBW Consulting.
Please note that owing to the high volume of applications we receive for our roles, if you have not received a response within 48 working hours, do please consider your application unsuccessful.
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