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Lead Clinical Research Associate

Company: The Judge Group
Location: Atlanta
Posted on: November 22, 2021

Job Description:

Location: REMOTE Description: Evaluates and analyzes clinical data. Must have knowledge in reference to good clinical practices regulations and standard operating procedures. Coordinates activities of associates and investigators to ensure compliance with protocol and overall clinical objectives. Maintains a high level of professional expertise through familiarity with clinical literature and participates in project team meetings. May draft materials including informed consent documents, draft source documents, patient instruction guides and case report forms. Conducts clinical monitoring of field sites to supervise and coordinate clinical studies. May write protocols. This is an individual contributor role that requires the use of judgement in applying professional expertise and is expected to work independently with minimal supervision. This position requires professional mastery of a specialized field of expertise that typically requires a college degree or equivalent. The job requires professional knowledge gained through substantial applicable work experience, to supplement formal knowledge, in order to apply principles and concepts of own subject/technical discipline in resolving issues as they arrive. The job requires attention to detail in making evaluative judgements based on the analysis of factual information. This job typically requires a degree or equivalent and a minimum of 4 or more years experience.

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Keywords: The Judge Group, Atlanta , Lead Clinical Research Associate, Healthcare , Atlanta, Georgia

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