Clinical Research Associate
CRAs will be required to travel to study sites 2 days a week
Trying to keep people regionally. Preference is for close proximity to larger airports that have direct flights since sites will be assigned based on availability for direct flights. They prefer to keep people within the same time zone.
They have multiple studies ongoing. All related to Ophthalmology, Phase 1 and 2 trials, related to Glaucoma, Macular Degeneration, Dry Eye.
The Dry Eye studies are Block Enrollments where they are enrolling up to 50 patients in 2 days. So experience with Block Enrollment will be a plus.
If candidates have experience with Med Device trials that will be a major plus because they have 6 device studies starting up soon.
Each CRA will be responsible for only 1 or 2 studies so they can know the protocol backwards and forwards.
They use 2 EDC Platforms, MetaData and iMedNet (iMed is a software that is exclusively for Ophthalmology and is made by their sister company, it is similar to Oracle).
They use Veeva for CTMS and ETMF.
They use Risk Based Monitoring so experience with RBM is a plus as well.
Onboarding is remote and takes a week, training on EDC, Veeva, SOPs, and Ophthalmologic training.
Timing on reports is 5 business days to turn in draft, 10 business days for final reports, and follow-up letters to sites within 5 business days.
This is a 40/hrs. per week role with potential to work more if the CRA wants to.
Only wants to see candidates right now that can work full allocation and travel 2 days/week.
SRG is an Equal Opportunity Employer - All qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, or any other factor determined to be unlawful under applicable law.
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