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Shire Sr. Clinical Research Associate in Lexington, Massachusetts
Study Start-Up Activities:
Assists the study team(s) to deliver the clinical study within agreed timelines.
Assists in authoring/contributing to clinical study documents and study related plans developed by Clinical CROs and vendors. (E.g. Clinical Trial Insurance, IWRS specs, Lab Manual, Licensing Agreements etc.)
Provides oversight of Clinical CRO Investigator background checks.
Assists in oversight of vendor shipment of clinical supplies (e.g. lab kits, test machines, equipment etc.) being sent to sites prior to initiation as necessary.
Provides oversight of Essential Documents for Investigational Medicine Release as per relevant SOP.
Reviews Clinical Monitoring Reports and correspondence related to Pre-Study and Initiation Visits and follows-up with Clinical CRO to resolve open action items.
Manages escalation of study related issues and communicates as appropriate with Clinical Project Manager.
Responsible for the operational oversight of the Clinical CRO with regards to data feed setup in the Clinical Trial Management System.
Assists and/or participates in planning and conduct of Investigator’s Meetings as necessary.
Study Maintenance Activities:
Assists Clinical Project Manager in tracking study related activities which are not appropriate to be outsourced.
Reviews a percentage of monitoring visit reports for oversight and escalates issues to Clinical Project Manager.
Assists with agenda distribution & minute taking for internal clinical study team meetings where formal documentation is needed and the Clinical CRO is not present.
Provides oversight of Clinical CRO activities regarding amendments to confidentiality and site agreements.
Assists with oversight of Clinical CRO activities regarding amendments to country and site specific informed consent documentation tracking, finalization and approval.
Study Close Out Activities:
Assists study team with preparation for audits/inspections
Reviews clinical close out monitoring visit reports for oversight and escalates issues to the Clinical Project Manager.
Liaises with Transparency group to ensure Clintrials.gov and results are updated/distributed accordingly.
Provides clinical study start up expertise and ensures identified efficiencies within study start-up are implemented.
Assists in providing oversight of site identification and
Provides oversight of Clinical CRO activities regarding Legal review/negotiation/execution of confidentiality and site agreements.
Provides oversight of Clinical CRO activities regarding country and site specific informed consent documentation tracking, finalization and approval.
Ensures effective communication between Shire and the Clinical CRO.
Maintains knowledge and act as team super user or subject matter expert for related systems and processes.
Maintains up to date training record attending internal/external training(s) as necessary.
Participates in inter-departmental workgroups to create or enhance processes.
Education and Experience Requirements
Bachelor's degree required
At least 3-5 year's experience in similar/relevant job (eg.Sponsor, CRO, or Clincal
Other Job Requirements
- Available for up to 10% domestic and/or international travel
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