At Enterin, we are pioneering the medical community’s understanding of the link between infections, dysfunction of the enteric nervous system (ENS) of the gut, and the early onset and chronic progression of neurodegenerative disease.
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Posted January 24, 2019
The Clinical Research Associate role will support the Clinical Trial Manager/Operational Team in executing the trial(s) and maintaining effective communication with project teams to ensure alignment with study timelines.
The remote role will conduct routine site monitoring visits and participate in site selection, site initiation, and study closure activities in compliance with Good Clinical Practice (GCP), company Standard Operating Procedures (SOP’s), and all applicable regulatory requirements.
- Evaluate, initiate, monitor, and close tasks associated with the management of clinical sites
- Ensure conduct of all clinical studies is in accordance with GCP’s, International Harmonization Guideline, and appropriate SOP’s
- Serve as primary contact for CROs/vendors, Investigators, and study coordinators for study related questions
- Collaborate with study team to support feasibility and site selection process for clinical studies
- Develop and maintain study-related clinical documents and tracking tools to support management of clinical studies
- Manage patient recruitment strategies to increase patient randomization into the trial
- Review all AE/SAEs and ensure appropriate documentation is recorded and safety issues are addressed and communicated
- Assist and support data validation and data cleaning procedures to meet timelines
- Order and coordinate study supplies for clinical studies
- Plan and participate in Investigator meetings and CRA trainings
- Conduct co-monitor activities at clinical study sites with CRO/CRA’s to verify adherence to GCP’s, SOP’s and study protocol
- Minimum of 2 years of experience in the pharmaceutical / biotechnology industry monitoring as a Clinical Research Associate from study start-up to database lock required
- Minimum of 1 year of experience in CNS monitoring Phase 1-3 pharmaceutical/ biotechnology clinical trials preferred
- Detailed understanding of ICH guidelines, GCP’s, PhRMA code, FDA CFR, clinical research ethics, HIPAA and patient privacy laws, and other relevant, local regulatory requirements
- Good knowledge of concepts of clinical research and drug development
- Strong working knowledge of EDC, IVR and CTMS systems
- Ability to travel 50-70% (based on business need)
- Bachelor’s degree or, an equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the key responsibilities of the job.
To be a best-fit your strengths must include
- Strong Communicator. You will have extensive correspondence that relies on you being conversant in regulatory guidelines and clinical terminology.
- You’re an efficient time-manager and can handle the pressure of meeting multiple strict deadlines.
- Ability to work independently and with a team: You will be collaborating and often contributing to discussions amongst internal teams; you also work effectively without a lot of support or structure.
- Problem-Solvers. As an action-oriented self-starter, you’re eager to apply your expertise in diagnosing inefficiencies, determining root causes, and recommending solutions to complex challenges.
- You establish and nurture highly effective relationships with colleagues and key stakeholders that support and advance project goals and objectives.
- Thorough understanding of clinical methodologies and providing sound analytical support, you quickly establish credibility as a reliable resource.
Posted February 20, 2019
The primary purpose of the Executive Coordinator position is to provide highly responsible, administrative and project coordination support to the executive(s) in the office of CMO/Clinical Operations.
Serves as principal liaison and coordinates the daily administrative aspects of the workflow for the executives including:
- Maintaining daily calendar of appointments, meetings, lectures and seminars
- Coordinating travel arrangements
- Assisting with preparation of professional quality presentations; preparing and maintaining correspondence, reports, manuscripts, curriculum vita, spreadsheets and databases.
- Resolves day to day problems that may impede the operational flow by analyzing problems, exercising professional judgment and making timely decisions.
- Responsible for coordinating personal appointments and other duties to maximize use of executive time and avoid conflict with professional responsibilities that often go beyond regular business hours.
- Supports the operational direction of multiple large-scale projects in collaboration with Clinical, Medical and the Clinical Operations representatives.
- Acts as a project expert on recurring projects and supports senior leadership initiatives.
- Required: High school diploma or equivalent.
- Preferred: Bachelor’s degree in biology, chemistry, business, healthcare, or related field.
- Five years of administrative/secretarial experience supporting a leadership/executive level position.
- With preferred degree, two years of required experience.