A leading Global Pharmaceutical client is seeking to hire a contract Clinical Project Coordinator to join them on a 1 year contract.
Title: Clinical Project Coordinator
Duration: 1 year
Hours expected: 40 hours per week
Benefits: Real Staffing offers medical, dental, vision, 401K, voluntary life insurance, short term/long term disability.
Day to Day Duties/Responsibilities/ Scope of Work
- Maintain trial master file, study site records and files and ensure compliance with applicable SOPs * Create, implement, and maintain systems to track study metrics and general information (ex. OPAL and IMPACT, etc.) * Coordinate generation of study metric reports and action logs * Process study-related documents and materials - to include collation, filing, routing coordination of third-party provider document shipments * Initiate contract/budget requests and track ongoing status * Schedule team meetings and prepare agendas and minutes * Prepare and distribute study-related correspondence * Organize and ship study supplies to clinical sites * Participate in identification and selection of clinical study sites, including conducting searches of web-based databases * Assist clinical operations team with study management * Participate in vendor selection and ongoing vendor management * Generate purchase orders, process vendor invoices and assist in tracking spend against approved budget * Assist in the organization of advisory boards and investigator meetings. Track approvals and completion of required documents. * Assist in the clinical trial insurance process. Track approvals, revisions and renewals of certificates
- Bachelor's Degree preferred with 1 year experience in an office or laboratory environment * Professional demeanour and ability to work as a team member * Experience with Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Power Point, Excel) * Demonstrated verbal and written communication skills * Demonstrated interpersonal and problem solving skills * Proactive approach and the ability to act independently, or as part of a diverse team * Understanding of ICH, GCP and relevant regulatory requirements * Familiarity with drug names, diagnoses and medical/research terminology * Ability to work as part of a global team * Willingness to travel to attend periodic meetings
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