Clinical Research Associate - Rotterdam

Function Group: Clinical Research / CRA


For a Dutch contract research organisation, we are looking for a Clinical Research Associate. This company is a leader in the use of new cardiological techniques in clinical studies. In addition to project management, they also provide the following services: monitoring, safety reporting, core lab, data management and biostatistics. Their clients are, among others, organisation the cardiological device industry and pharmaceutical companies.


As a Clinical Research Associate (CRA), you have an important role in setting up, supervising and coordinating clinical researches within the project team, under the supervision of the Project Manager. Additionally, you will be responsible for various facets of clinical research such as on-site monitoring, designing CRFs and other study materials.


The candidates we are looking for have at least:

  • A completed (bio) medical education at university level and some work experience as a CRA
  • Knowledge of ICH-GCP
  • A results-oriented and professional attitude, proactive and flexible
  • Experience in the field of cardiology studies and/or in the pharmaceutical sector
  • Good communication skills in Dutch and English, French is an advantage
  • Driver’s license (B)


The organisation offers you the following:

  • The opportunity to work at a dynamic company with good working conditions
  • Great location in the middle of the lively center of Rotterdam which is easily accessible by car and public transport
  • An informal organisation with a hands-on mentality
  • Working in a team with dedicated colleagues


If you are interested in this job, or in similar ones, please feel free to contact me directly.

Aron Berhane
Senior Associate | Biotech & Pharma


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