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Now actively recruiting for the following positions

 

SAS Programmer

The SAS Programmer is responsible for providing data management programming support for assigned clinical trials.  This person will develop programs to build study tools and monitor the quality of the data collected as well as generate reports to inform on the progress of the studies and to summarize the study data from a scientific and operational perspective. They will also support DSMB (Data Safety Monitoring Board) by providing tables or listings for their review.  This is not a statistical programming position.  This position may be office based in Durham, NC or home-based anywhere in the US.

 

Senior Safety Specialist – Device

The Senior Safety Specialist is responsible for processing adverse event information and ensuring Safety department activities are completed in accordance with all relevant regulations and guidelines.  Primary responsibilities include:  serving as the Safety Lead on device studies; processing and reporting incoming safety events; authoring adverse event narratives; query generation; reporting to regulatory authorities as required.  Must possess prior Safety experience supporting device studies. Preference for a professional from a health-related field.  This position may be office based in Durham, NC or home-based anywhere in the US.

We’re always expanding our global network of qualified
clinical professionals.

Offering both full and part-time positions, we match clinical research professionals with job opportunities, whether you are an independent contractor or prefer employee status.

We are always accepting resumes for the following roles in North America, Europe, and other targeted areas:

  • Senior CRA (Clinical Research Associate)
  • Senior Project Manager (PM)
  • CTM (Clinical Trial Manager)
  • Clinical Support Specialist
  • Proposal Analyst
  • Director, Business Development
  • Lead Clinical Data Manager
  • Clinical Data Specialist
  • Safety Specialist
  • Medical Writer
  • Medical Monitor
  • EDC Programmer

Current Job Openings


Contract CRA

INNO Clinical is always looking for experienced, regionally-based contract CRA’s to support our clinical projects.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Monitor Phase I-IV clinical studies in all types of therapeutic areas.

REQUIREMENTS

  • Minimum 7 years of monitoring experience preferably with at least 3 years as an independent contractor.
  • Ability to travel as needed.

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Project Manager/Sr. Project Manager – Full-Time

INNO is seeking an experienced Project Manager in our Morrisville office to manage the execution of small to large global clinical studies from initiation through close-out. This is a fast paced position working with a strong, collaborative team of professionals.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Serve as the primary interface with client representatives as well as vendors and INNO personnel to ensure the timely initiation and completion of clinical trials.
  • Lead problem solving and resolution efforts to include management of risk, contingencies and issues.
  • Manage and coordinate efforts of cross-functional project teams to support milestone achievements.
    • Manage budgets and contracts throughout the duration of the study.

REQUIREMENTS

  • Minimum 5  years clinical project management experience preferably with global clinical projects.
  • Prefer strong CNS study experience.
  • Excellent customer service and presentation skills.
  • Computer proficient.
  • Ability to manage competing priorities.
  • Working knowledge of GCP’s, ICH guidelines and FDA regulations.

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