As the Clinical Trial Assistant (CTA) you will support the project team members with administrative and project-specific support related to the conduct of clinical trials. This includes assisting with study team activities and performing administrative clerical duties in accordance with the SOPs, the Declaration of Helsinki, ICH GCP requirements and relevant EU and local regulatory requirements.
You will work in collaboration with Clinical Project Managers (CPM) and Clinical Research Associates (CRA) by providing support, assisting with the preparation and organization of trial materials both on international and local level. Responsibilities include obtaining study materials, invoice tracking and clinical study related tracking.
As a CTA you will contribute to the overall success of Crown CRO and its customers by establishing and sharing competence and expertise on co-ordination of trial tasks and good customer relations.
To be successful in this role it is preferable, but not mandatory, to have some experience in the field of health care and/or pharmaceutical industry or clinical research. You have good computer skills, strong organizational and interpersonal skills and are willing to work in a team-oriented environment. You will also work cross-functionally with other departments (e.g. Finance, Regulatory Affairs, Pharmacovigilance) to ensure that all clinical operations run smoothly. You will also need excellent written and spoken skills in Lithuanian and good language skills in English.
We offer an opportunity to work full-time on challenging and rewarding projects with bright and supportive colleagues in an inspiring working environment. We also offer a competitive salary and benefits.
For further information, please contact Vice President, Operations Olegas Vasilenko, Crown CRO, at +370 686 51008 on the 19th of March or 20th of March or by email email@example.com. To apply for this position, please provide your application and CV with salary expectation to firstname.lastname@example.org by the 22nd of March, 2019.