Position: Senior Clinical Research Associate (CRA)
Project Name: Operational Research and Scientific Protocol Monitoring for Large Global Project
Location: Remote and some travel 25%
Type: Full Time – One Year Contract
Reports to: Executive Director
Precision HealthCare Consultants
Precision was awarded the 2021 US Department of Commerce, Minority Business Development Agency (MBDA) HealthCare Firm of The Year for the firms dedication to healthcare equity and excellence.
Precision leadership is passionate about the global public health and safety of the public with special focus on the underserved, disadvantaged, people with disabilities and minorities. The team works with public/global health initiatives and federal agencies including Health and Human Services (HHS), OppDivs Administration for Children and Families (ACF), Center for Disease Control (CDC), Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS); National Institutes of Health (NIH), United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), Department of Labor (DOL); Defense Health Agency(DHA); Small Business Administration (SBA) and Capital Projects through the Department of Transportation.
Precision mission aligns with the US President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief, the largest commitment to address a single disease in history HIV/AIDS to accelerate progress toward controlling the global HIV/AIDS epidemic in more than 50 countries.
Precision HealthCare Consultants is seeking qualified candidates for Clinical Research Associate (CRA) positions to support monitoring of a large portfolio of operational research and clinical trial studies for the USG.
Roles and Responsibilities
We are looking to engage Sr. CRAs with at least 5+ years of experience in clinical research study monitoring. The CRA will monitor multi-center clinical trials, operations and implementation research studies, train central and field study team with required training (GCP, ICH, HSP), conduct monitoring visits, participate in committee meetings, perform study document and informed consent reviews, provide protocol review expertise, support development and revision of monitoring tools and report writing
Education, Experience and Competencies
- Bachelor’s degree in science, Advanced degree in Public Health or related field a plus
- Minimum 5+ years clinical research experience and monitoring in infectious disease, reproductive health, respiratory medicine, oncology or chronic diseases
- Experience with multi-center clinical trials monitoring at local and regional levels or with NIH a plus
Familiarity with IRB policies and procedures, CRF data verification, Informed consent review, IRB reporting, Corrective and preventive action plan development, GCP training, regulatory requirements as necessary
CRA certification (ACRP, CCRA, SoCRA) highly preferred
- Strong experience in project planning, development of monitoring plan and management
- Ability to work independently, self-manage or as a team member, detailed oriented with excellent management, communication, and organization skills
Remuneration is negotiable depending on experience and qualification.
Remote and 25% travel.
This job description is an overview of the main duties, please note that adjustments and modifications can be applied as required.
Clinical Research & Operational Research Monitoring