(Senior) Clinical Research Associate - Arnhem

Vacancy information

Publication date:January 10 2020
Employment type:Permanent
Sector:Clinical Research
Function Group:Clinical Research

Function Group: Clinical Research / CRA


For a worldwide, well respected and leading contract research organisation (CRO) we are looking for a knowledge hungry clinical research associate (CRA). Like most people who choose to work in a health related field, this organisation has a clear mission: to improve patient experiences all across the globe. In every aspect of clinical research they provide support and yearn to achieve excellence. By doing so they have gained international fame and proven themselves a trustworthy partner and employer, harvesting high quality from each project and each member of the family, including you.

The team you will be working in is the clinical monitoring team that consists of monitors and CRA’s of different levels of seniority. You will sometimes be working at the HQ, perform site visits and have the availability to work from home. If you have the willingness to keep developing, this is possible by making use of the award winning internal L&D programs. Getting excited?


Within this position you will be the cornerstone of high quality data and the driving force behind effective interaction with all stakeholders and study sites. You will perform multiple site visits to monitor the studies in order to help customers achieve the desired result: life-changing treatments for patients. At times you will be assisting project- and clinical managers on different sites. This asks quite a bit from you, because you will work in a team but also very independently, seeing that you will shift between different disciplines, patients, customers and sponsors. Doing so, you will take on the role of an ambassador of the organisation and cary out your role with pride, respect and dedication to the shared mission of improving worldwide health.


What we like to see in a candidate:

  • Bachelor in a relevant science related field or a comparable certification
  • At least one year of monitoring experience within the clinical field
  • Excellent understanding of medical terminology
  • Strong oral and written command of the English language
  • Customer comes first mindset
  • Eye for detail
  • Expert in organisational and time management skills
  • Evident flexible nature and proven adaptability
  • Proper presentation skills
  • A valid drivers’ license


When joining the family you can expect:

  • Award winning L&D programs to continually develop yourself
  • Feeling the pride of delivering high class therapeutics
  • Opportunity to move up within the organisation
  • Ability to work from home
  • Lease car


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

Martin van der Velden
Principal Associate




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