The Clinical Trial Assistant (CTA) is primarily responsible for supporting the clinical team. The CTA will manage coordination of activities and ensure timely flow of information to and from the team. S/he handles details of a highly confidential and critical nature, and must function efficiently and effectively in a fast-paced professional environment. S/he will have a proven ability to independently prioritize and manage multiple tasks and projects with competing priorities and deadlines, screen and prioritize communications and opportunities from external sources.
Assist in preparation of study documents including regulatory document templates, study binders, study communications and presentations
Assist in the preparation of study-specific training materials for site initiation visits
File clinical documents and maintain clinical research files (ie, central files for studies)
Interact with sites as needed to respond to issues
Participate in department project teams
Serve as location liaison when coordinating with other location meetings, events, departments, etc.
Performing other administrative duties as assigned.
Train and work toward proficiency in running complex molecular biology assay
Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience.
1+ years equivalent work-related experience as a CTA or study coordinator with some laboratory experience preferred
Demonstrated ability to handle highly confidential information appropriately.
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