Clinical Research Associate (NYC Area)
One of our Sponsors is looking for a CRA for a 6-month project who has at least 50% utilization available and is within driving distance to sites in NYC. Oncology and Urology experience is required. While this is a short term project, it is a great opportunity to get your foot in the door with this amazing Sponsor as they are launching a large global phase III in the fall and will be looking for high-quality CRAs to monitor this project.
- Act as the "Site Manager" ensuring relationship with site(s) are positive, issues are resolved quickly, and communications are strong across all verticals.
- Assist with the development of study manuals, CRFs, monitoring standards, site study tools and other study materials as required.
- Develop and implement site recruitment, selection and initiation plan.
- Manage and drive patient recruitment and enrollment tracking.
- Provide training to sites on the study protocol, study conduct, CRF completion and data management expectations.
- Ensure essential document collection for completeness per regulatory requirements.
- Serve as a liaison with Investigators, Institutions and sites to provide support during the conduct of the clinical trial and serve as a resource for protocol and procedures.
- Demonstrate knowledge of on-site monitoring to ensure compliance with GCPs, study protocols, and SOPs.
Manage one or multiple studies.
- Monitor product supplies/accountability including proper storage, dispensation, and disposal.
- Manage study completion activities including CRF collection, query resolution, record archiving and site closeout activities.
- Review in-house data and study tables.
- Mentor, coach and provide guidance to clinical staff as appropriate.
- Supervise and train other employees as appropriate.
- Required to have oncology (at least 2 years)
- Required to have Urology experience (any)
- Experience working in Orphan or Rare Disease is a plus
- Experience working with small / medium sponsor is a plus
- May have the opportunity to roll into future studies