Advanced Clinical

  • CRA - West Coast (Remote)

    Job Locations US-CA-San Diego
    Req No.
    Regular Full-Time
  • Overview

    Advanced Clinical is currently seeking several CRA monitors throughout the US. We currently have openings on the East Coast/MidWest/West Coast.  


    A Clinical Research Associate (CRA) is responsible for conducting monitoring activities at a clinical site(s) for a clinical trial(s).The CRA may be responsible for multiple projects and must be able to work both independently and in a team environment.


    • Follow Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs)
    • Travel to research sites as needed.
    • Attend project-specific training and client meetings as needed for the clinical trial.
    • Create materials as needed to successfully execute assigned responsibilities.
    • Perform source data verification, review regulatory documents and study drug, and prepare trip reports as outlined in the Monitoring Plan


    The ideal candidate should have a Bachelor’s degree but a RN may be considered. Prefer scientific discipline and multiple therapeutic experiences. 3 years of monitoring experience in oncology or combination of on-site monitoring and clinical research experience or education; industry certification preferred.  The ability to perform national travel up to an average of 80%, depending on project needs.  The candidate must have excellent verbal and written communications skills; excellent interpersonal and organizational skills with demonstrated attention to detail.  The candidate must be computer literacy with proficiency in MS Office including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.


    What we Offer:

    • Outstanding compensation package
    • Cutting edge tools & software
    • On-going training & development
    • Work Life Balance – Ability to work from home
    • Regionally based travel
    • Strong national client base & name recognition
    • Excellent Benefits – Medical / Dental / Vision / 401K / Vacation


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