|Publication date:||March 10 2021|
|Function Group:||Clinical Research|
An international Clinical Research Organisation which specialises in brain, heart and immunology diseases is looking for a Clinical Team Lead (CTL). You as a CTL will be provided with space to be creative in monitoring- & site management in multiple regions, providing guidance to CRA teams and different international studies. You will be working together with three other CTL’s with whom you will be exchanging knowledge on a regular basis and/or you will be working independently on different case studies. As this is originally an academically founded CRO it is very science driven, focussing on the quality of research rather than the quantity. The environment stimulates people to think outside the box, come with ideas and build together towards a continuously improving clinical research provider.
The CTL is positioned as a cornerstone in clinical activities, managing the research, development, testing and delivery of both quality and quantity. You will monitor the clinical activities according to the different protocols, SOPs, legal bounds and ICH-GCP guidelines. The communication between sponsor, Project Manager and the CRA team is expected to be executed in a consistent and effective manner. Your involvement with the CRA team is broad and extensive consisting of study guidance, training, meetings, external inspections and audits. While you are active as a CTL, you will be engaged with the development of relevant documentation, collaborate with data management and properly deliver reporting of adverse events, serious adverse events and suspected unexpected serious adverse reactions. In case you are an experienced CRA ready to lead, let me know and I can set up introductions.
To be successful as a CTL within this dynamic environment you will need to:
To acknowledge you for your indispensable qualities, we like to offer you:
If you are interested in this job, or in similar ones, please feel free to contact me directly.
Senior Associate – Clinical Research