Our client is a biotech company that has an exciting pipeline and a product that has recently received FDA Approval. With a focus on developing clinically challenging products within Oncology and Immune related Orphan diseases, they are at the forefront of developing new technologies to generate medicines that have an unmet medical need. A dynamic and innovative company, they are now looking to expand and are actively recruiting for an In-House Clinical Research Associate (CRA) for a permanent position to be based in the Basel area.
The ideal candidate should have 7 to10 years of previous clinical related experience, attention to detail and be motivated to work in complex clinical studies with small patients’ population.
In-House Clinical Research Associate (CRA)
Responsible for carrying out duties related to co-monitoring and monitoring in compliance with applicable SOPs, international regulations and directions from management;
Conducting all clinical site monitoring activities according to the monitoring plan and in accordance with the study timelines and company objectives;
Facilitating Quality Assurance Audits, as instructed;
Providing review of monitoring reports generated by other CRAs, escalating issues;
Responsible for liaising with the clinical sites to provide instruction, clarification or support, as needed;
Responsible for managing and monitoring the logistics associated with the shipment of clinical samples from study patients;
Responsible for ongoing review of data entered into the eCRF system, serving as a support for the site staff;
Qualifications and Experience
University degree or equivalent in health sciences, nursing or pharmacy or related field
Minimum of 7 years of clinical related experience in either the pharmaceutical or CRO industries;
Excellent command of written and verbal English;
Any additional languages (ie French, German, Italian or Spanish) would be advantageous;
Excellent organisational and time management skills;
Attention to detail;
Ability to work under pressure;
Pro- active, flexible and able to multi-task;
Work in a team and independently;
IT literacy, particularly in Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Access;
Only applicants with relevant working/residency permit or Swiss/EU-Citizenship, will be considered.