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This is a temporary to permanent employment opportunity as a Regulatory Affairs Specialist.
The Associate Director of Biometrics designs the statistical sections of protocols for the Company’s clinical trials. The incumbent writes or oversees the writing of statistical analysis plans. The Associate Director of Biometrics is responsible for project management and supporting the clinical group’s statistical needs with regard to data analysis; for interacting with CROs or internal programmers, and for interactions with the Drug Safety and Data Management groups. In addition, this person will be responsible for preparing statistical analyses of study-level data as required for presentations and submissions.
The Contract Clinical Document Control Specialist will be responsible for Trial Master File (TMF) quality as per GCP/ICH guidelines. He or she will process, manage and track documents received as per project and industry guidelines in a timely manner. He or she will ensure that documents are scanned, imported, and properly indexed into the Trial Master File and reviewed for quality on an ongoing basis. He or she will assist in internal TMF audits and ensure submission and inspection readiness for the TMF.
The Clinical Trial Assistant (CTA) is responsible for supporting the clinical project team in daily study activities and clinical trial conduct by providing administration and project tracking support.
The Lead Clinical Research Associate (LCRA) is responsible for the performance of assigned Field Based Clinical Research Associates (CRAs) and Investigator sites in accordance with the Monitoring Plan, Protocol, Good Clinical Practice (GCP), ICH guidelines and federal regulations. The LCRA acts as a primary liaison between Field Based CRAs and the Clinical Trial Manager (CTM).