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Thursday, December 18, 2008

Senior CRA - France - €Neg

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An office based Senior Clinical Research Associate (SCRA) position has become available in France with an up and coming, people focused drug development company! When you work for this company you become part of an expanding, talented team of professionals, committed to quality and passionate about clinical research! This is site co-ordination role in which you will manage all site related activities from protocol review and feasibility through to close out locally in France. Clinical studies will be phase II-IV focused and in the oncology, cardiovascular and CNS therapy areas. Additional responsibilities will include mentoring/coaching junior CRAs, local project management activities and some international liaison at site level - there will also be the chance to take on lead duties within specific projects. You will spend 1-2 days per week visiting sites in France with the remainder in the office which is located in Paris. Excellent training and development opportunities will be available to you including promotion to Clinical Lead, which will involve taking responsibility for the delivery of the clinical part of large international projects through the management of CRAs. Who are we looking for? With fluency in French and English, you will have a scientific background and proven track record of start up, initiation, monitoring and close out activities in France. You will be able to work as part of a small team as well as independently with minimal supervision. Flexibility to travel is essential in this role. In return for your experience is a competitive remuneration package and the opportunity to work with a highly experienced and fun team! Call Diane now on 01784 224358 for more information!

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