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NeuroScios is an internationally active contract research organisation (CRO) with a focus on neurodegenerative diseases. We advise our national and international customers in the development of drugs from preclinical to clinical trials. We carry out the planning and preparation of study protocols, the recruitment of study sites, the conduct of the studies as well as the submission to the authorities.

To strengthen our team in the office St. Radegund / Graz we are looking for a


fulltime from now on.

The Clinical Research Associate (CRA) is ultimately responsible for the successful management of investigator sites throughout the site lifecycle.

As CRA you will select, initiate and close-out appropriate study sites for clinical studies. You prepare the visits and afterwards the reports. You will monitor these sites in order to ensure the compliance to the study protocols, the applicable laws and regulations, the SOPs, the principles of ICH-GCP and the Declaration of Helsinki, in accordance with the monitoring plan. You shall cultivate effective relationships with the site staff, this involves establishing innovative ways of increasing patient recruitment and training of site staff. Further, you develop, review and edit trial related documents. Typical duties for a CRA include preparing for, and attending investigator meetings, the coordination of the timely shipment and the subsequent proper storage and accountability of the investigational product. You will also provide support to the project manager.

The successful candidate for this role will be able to demonstrate prior experience in performing a Clinical Research Associate role and has:

  • Work experience in clinical trials
  • A bachelor degree or higher qualification within natural science or a relevant life science discipline like psychology
  • A clear understanding of the drug development process
  • The ability to contribute to the development of clinical trial related documents and materials
  • Prior working knowledge of ICH-GCP guidelines and local and international regulatory requirements
  • The ability to independently perform pre-study, initiation, interim monitoring and close out visits
  • Good communication skills the ability to manage his/her time effectively
  • The willingness to travel
  • Fluency in English and German

Remuneration is based on negotiation and experience.

If you wish to work in a friendly and open atmosphere, send your application to Maida Sipka: msipka@neuroscios.com.

NeuroScios GmbH
Willersdorferstrasse 7
Maida Sipka
Kennzahl: 250913-ST
Datum: 09.08.2018
Dienstort: St. Radegund bei Graz