ICON Clinical Research Research Assistant in San Antonio, IDS, Texas
Per Diem, flexible hours, ongoing
Do you have experience ensuring execution of all clinical study protocol activities within Good Clinical Practice (GCP) and Food Drug and Administration (FDA) regulations and requirements?
You will participate in the early planning phases of clinical study by assisting the Clinical Lead as necessary to ensure the proper execution of the clinical trial. Ensuring the clinical trial activities are executed as outlined in the protocol. Ensuring proper documentation of all procedures. Participation in executing clinical trail activities to include vital signs, ECGs, Phlebotomy and any other study related procedures.
ICON has a strong reputation in our approaches to clinical development. We apply scientific and operational excellence across all phases of clinical trial outsourcing services for our clients. We work with top pharmaceutical organizations on emerging therapeutic areas which include but are not limited to Oncology, Vaccines, CNS, Cardiovascular and Pain. We are presently in over 40 countries with over 80 offices worldwide and over 10K employees globally.
To succeed you will need:
We are seeking candidates who are a certified/Registered Medical Assistant (CMA/RMA) with relevant medical experience OR a Bachelor’s degree with relevant medical experience.
To be successful you will be expected to have excellent written, oral communications, interpersonal and problem-solving skills. You must be detail oriented with excellent organizational and prioritization skills and the ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously and meet varied deadlines. You must be proficient with Microsoft Office.
Following your application you will be contacted by one of our dedicated recruiters and if successful we will be able to provide you with more details about this opportunity.
ICON is an equal opportunity employer - Minorities/Females/Disabled/Veterans and committed to providing a workplace free of any discrimination or harassment.