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The Clinical Team Lead is integral to driving project success. This position will independently manage and monitor clinical trial sites, and will function as the Lead CRA on select projects. In the Lead role, this position will be responsible for providing direction to and training for other CRAs assigned to those projects. In addition, the clinical team lead is responsible for the oversight of all operational aspects related to the planning and management of site performance
The Clinical Team Lead will be responsible for ensuring that sites and CRAs operate in compliance with study protocols, ICH/GCP guidelines, and Federal Regulations.
This is an office based opportunity. Candidates must be willing to relocate to the Raleigh/Durham/Chapel Hill area and reside within a 1 hour commute distance of the office.
Required to travel 25% on average.
The Project Director will provide leadership to cross-functional clinical research projects (or programs consisting of multiple projects), primarily in the Central Nervous System therapeutic area. The Project Director will be responsible for providing on-time, on-budget, and high-quality project results as well as motivating, training, and mentoring, team members; helping develop new business in existing and new lines of business; and enhancing customer relationships through delivering superior customer experiences. The successful applicant for this position will bring extensive experience leading complex projects and developing junior staff.
The Senior Clinical Research Associate (Sr. CRA) role is integral to driving project success. This position will perform and coordinate all aspects of the clinical monitoring and site management process in accordance with ICH Good Clinical Practices, FDA guidelines, local regulations and Rho Standard Operating Procedures.
This position requires proven monitoring skills. The Sr. CRA conducts site visits to assess site adherence to protocol and regulatory requirements as well as manages required documentation. The Sr. CRA will also be responsible for ensuring the data remains audit ready and able to pass an audit by Rho, the Sponsor, or a regulatory agency.
The Senior CRA will be responsible for supporting study team management by providing input into monitoring tools and process development as well as training for newly assigned project CRAs.
Required to travel up to 80%. Applicants must live within a 60 minute commute of a US metropolitan airport.