Clinical Operations Associate (COA)

We are seeking an energetic and highly motivated individual to join our Clinical Operations team. This position reports to the Head of Clinical Operations and is an opportunity to significantly contribute to the growth and development of a top-tier Biotech company. The COA position is focused on providing support associated with the planning, start-up, maintenance, and closeout of clinical trials. The ideal candidate will be proactive and detail oriented with a desire to be involved in all aspects of clinical trial execution.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Contribute to the development of study-related documents (Clinical protocols, ICFs, IBs, monitoring plans, study manuals, etc.)
  • Partner with Investigators and clinical site staff to ensure optimal Sponsor-Site relationships.
  • Review study-specific essential regulatory document packets prior to site activations.
  • Participate in the ongoing review and cleaning of clinical trial data.
  • Assist with the management of tracking, logistics and quality operations for biological samples to help ensure that sample inventories are accurate and up to date.
  • Attend and provide support in meeting scheduling and distribution of meeting agendas/minutes.
  • Review monitoring reports and protocol deviations to help track issues and data trends at sites.
  • Assist with IMP tracking to verify adequate supply at sites and depots.
  • In conjunction with the CRO, manage submission of documents to and maintenance of the TMF, to ensure continual inspection-readiness.
  • Support the with study finance and contract processes for 3rd party vendors (invoice tracking, approval and accruals)
  • Effectively communicate trial details to ensure that all team members are kept informed.
  • Participate in SOP development and process improvement projects (as necessary)

Desired Skills and Experience:

  • BA/BS degree required with a minimum of 2 years relevant clinical research experience working at an Investigator Site, Sponsor or Clinical Research Organization.
  • Working knowledge of ICH/GCP guidelines and FDA regulations.
  • Ability to collaborate effectively with cross functional team members and external partners.
  • Strong organizational and time management skills, including the capacity to work independently and prioritize multiple projects.
  • Experience working with eTMFs strongly preferred.

If you are interested in joining Ribon’s team, please email your resume to [email protected]

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