CRA II - Optimus Search

Homebased, London

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CRA II - Homebased, UK - Permanent - £30 000 to £40 000 - Urgent

Optimus Search is actively recruiting a CRA II Specialist in Oncology, for a International CRO. This position is homebased for a candidate living in the UK- so candidates living abroad will have to relocate to the UK. As the CRA, you will be expected to travel up to 60 % of the time to various sites based in the UK. A travel allowance is granted, therefore it will be required to have a valid EU drivers licence. CRA II will be required to deal with multiple projects and thus ideal candidate will be well organised and will have a good working knowledge of UK Regulatory knowledge.

You will report to the Clinical Operations Manager and you will work closely with all project team members.

Requirements
  • Consistently meeting the requirements of a CRA II with a high degree of proficiency and autonomy
  • Must have previously worked within a CRO or Pharma company
  • Candidate will act as the direct contact between sites and authorities involved
  • Strong ICH- GCP knowledge
  • Candidate will have previous UK based experience in Monitoring on-site CRA projects
  • Valid EU Licence as candidate will be expected to travel up to 60 % to various sites located in the UK
  • Approximately 1-2 years' experience in Monitoring as a CRA II
  • Strong written and spoken skills in English
  • Candidate will be well organised, self-starter who has a strong work ethic
  • Ideal person should have a keen eye for detail
  • A minimum of a BSc degree in Life Sciences is expected, ie Biology, Pharmacy, Healthcare etc
  • Experience or Sufficient experience in the field of Oncology is desired but will not prove to be a prerequisite for this position
  • Must have previous work experience in Clinical trials phases II-III

Responsibilities
  • Successful candidate will meet the requirements of a CRA II with a high degree of proficiency and autonomy
  • Will be required to travel 60% of the time to all sites located within the UK, 12 sites in total so expected days to be on site will be 3 days a week
  • Act as the direct contact between sites and authoritive figures within the company as well as various clients and customers - good people skills
  • Visit at least 6 sites per month
  • Assess and ensure overall integrity of study implementations
  • Adhere to study protocol at Sites
  • Collect SRP documents during visits to sites be it to ensure Quality Standard is met or for various other reasons
  • Monitor and maintain ICH-GCP Compliance
  • Respond to site issues in professional and efficient manner
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