Clinical Research Associate

Posted on Apr 16, 2019 by IMARC Research, Inc.

Cleveland, OH 44101
Health Care
Immediate Start
Annual Salary

Clinical Research Associate

The Clinical Research Associate (CRA) from IMARC Research, Inc. will work with a Sponsoring company or CRO in the monitoring of medical device, biologic, and pharmaceutical trials with an emphasis placed on ensuring the highest ethical and clinical standards.

    Must be willing to relocate to Cleveland, OH or Minneapolis, MN area.

      The Clinical Research Associate will monitor clinical research sites in accordance with FDA Regulations, Good Clinical Practice, company SOPs, and client guidelines.

      Clinical Research Associate

      Monitoring responsibilities:

      The primary focus of this position is on routine monitoring and management of the research-related activities at a clinical site. Once fully trained, a Clinical Research Associate will be expected to perform site initiation, periodic, and close-out visits. Additionally, the Clinical Research Associate will be expected to serve as a resource and research liaison between assigned sites and the Sponsoring companies or CROs.

        • Travel is approximately 50 - 60% to investigative sites and meetings - nationwide.
            • Travel to international sites may be required.

              Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

                • BA/BS in a science, engineering, or health related field, or RN
                    • At least 18-months previous clinical research experience
                        • Excellent organizational and communication skills
                            • Computer proficiency, including the use of standard software (word processing, databases, e-mail) and the use of Internet
                                • Time management skills and problem solving abilities
                                    • Ability to work independently and with teams
                                        • Ability to work with clients and site personnel
                                            • Excellent writing skills
                                                • Ability to present self in a highly professional manner in all settings

                                                    The following knowledge and skills are preferred:

                                                        • Clinical and/or research experience
                                                            • Knowledge of medical and Clinical Research terminology
                                                                • Ability to acquire knowledge across multiple therapeutic areas
                                                                    • Knowledge of US federal regulations related to clinical research studies, ICH/GCP Guidelines and IS 14155
                                                                        • Experience with professional writing

                                                                          Salary commensurate with experience.

                                                                          About IMARC Research:

                                                                          IMARC assists the clinical research community in the pursuit of FDA and worldwide approvals. Our effectiveness is built on preparing, educating, complementing and guiding site teams from Day 1 - to control the complex management of trials via cost-effective monitoring, auditing and training services - which results in the support, proof and assurance they seek to overcome chaos caused by complexity while achieving compliance through consistency. Providing committed, competent and confident consultation is how IMARC sets the highest standards for site outcomes and study partnerships. We at IMARC Research Inc. are committed to helping our employees reach their full potential by establishing a working environment conducive to learning and growth. We aim to provide our employees with foundational support, empowering them to make decisions individually and collectively. We are committed to diversity in the workplace, where trust, respect, and individual talents come together to create positive results.

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