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Clinical Research Associate II

Company: i-Pharm ConsultingGruppe
Location: San Francisco
Posted on: March 19, 2023

Job Description:

$105,000 - 115,000 depending on experienceOne of my clients, a highly awarded, mid-sized CRO is looking to bring on CRA IIs and Senior CRAs to join their team. As the client continues to take on new work, they are looking for talent to contribute to these exciting new projects.The company specializes in oncology studies and uses a full-service model. They are looking for CRAs ideally on the West Coast and Midwest/Central. The role is full time and general responsibilities will include conducting independent site visits, monitoring clinical activities, updating clinical documentation, and ensuring that sites are compliant with relevant guidelines. Qualifications:

  • 1+ years of independent monitoring experience
  • Oncology experience preferred
  • Onsite monitoring experience
  • Ability to travel onsite 7-10 days per month What the role has to offer:
    • Midsized company with a great reputation and tight-knit culture
    • Exposure to a variety of duties and responsibilities that will develop your career and skillset
    • Organic growth and career development- clear progression path for promotions so you never feel stagnant in your role
    • Work/life balance which speaks to the company's high retention rate and doesn't leave you feeling burnt out If this role is of interest to you, apply to this ad with your updated resume. Additionally, if you'd like to explore other opportunities in the market, you can contact me, Lauren Butler , directly at 704-561-6814 or .

Keywords: i-Pharm ConsultingGruppe, San Francisco , Clinical Research Associate II, Healthcare , San Francisco, California

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