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    • basel, basel-stadt
    • contract
    Do you want to work in a big pharmaceutical company? Do you have at least 5 years experience in Medical Affairs? You should then read the following lines! Our client, based in Basel, is looking for a WMA Governance Director Country Partnership for a contract until the end of the year.  Your responsibilities: • Lead the End-to-End medical governance of evidence generation activities (Interventional studies, NIS/RWE, IIT, MAP, RC) within the assigned geographical area of responsibility.• Onboard, support, train, coach and mentor country MGLs ensuring that a strong, motivated and knowledgeable team is built within the geographical area of responsibility. Cooperate with operational managers (CSOs/MDOs) in recruitment, onboarding/transition and performance management of MGLs.• Monitor adherence to Novartis processes and standards within the assigned geographical area ofresponsibilitySupport data quality/integrity in activities conducted within the assigned geographical area of responsibility.• Provide input to teams decision making, prioritization of initiatives and drive consistent rollout of global medical compliance and governance initiatives.• Act as the expert and first point of contact for country MGLs of the assigned geographical area of responsibility about MA processes and Novartis standards.• Maintain overview and monitor progress of quality issues related to the assigned geographical area of responsibility, ensure & track escalation and follow-up until resolution.• Ensure regular review, assessment and follow-up of key performance, quality, and risk indicators. Support, guide and maintain oversight of country MGLs in implementing and performing MA Health Check process.• Provide governance updates to Regional Medical Head as required.• Ensure that compliance gaps and risks are addressed and mitigated by identifying appropriate opportunities for continuous improvement and leading design and implementation of corresponding actions.• Maintain oversight and monitor local audit & inspection readiness and execution within the assigned geographical area of responsibility, in close collaboration with respective QA functions.• Maintain oversight and monitoring of deviation and CAPA management process for GxP activities, supporting the G/R/C teams in development of robust CAPAs arising from self-identified deviations, audits, and inspections and ensuring that CAPAs are appropriately documented, tracked, monitored, and followed up, and that appropriate action is taken when CAPA is at risk of becoming overdue or being ineffective.• Maintain operational knowledge of key systems enabling governance processes in order to give advice and guidance to activity owners and country MGLs within the assigned geographical area of responsibility.• Lead the MGL Network within assigned geographical area of responsibility for ensuring continuous improvement and best practices sharing. Represent the assigned geographical area of responsibility in the global MGL Network/forums. Might lead/co-lead workstream or working group.• Share common objectives across MGL Network for ensuring a consistent and harmonized governance and training across MA.• Provide back-up coverage for temporary (vacancies, long-term leave) absent country MGLs and/or for countries with very small volume of activities. Provide a “second pair of eyes” in conflict of roles situations for country MGLs.  Your Profile • Extensive and relevant experience in Medical Affairs and/or clinical development of medicines (at least 7-10 years).• Knowledge and understanding of:– Both scientific and operational aspects of clinical drug development and Medical Affairs.– ICH GCP and respective national/supranational regulations within the assigned geographical area of responsibility.– Novartis standard operating procedures.– Leadership and proven planning and management skills.– Strong communication and ability to communicate complex information in simple terms.– Process excellence.– Previous experience in a country and/or cluster/regional role required.– Strategic thinking and change management mindset to sustain a culture of high ethical standards and compliance.– Negotiation and problem-solving skills for bridging between science and business.– Proven self-starter with experience in building capabilities based on defined business needs.– Able to act independently but actively seek and incorporate stakeholder feedback.– Outstanding interpersonal, problem-solving, negotiation and conflict resolution skills. Fast action oriented, capable of quickly identifying contingency plans.– Able to influence decision making and drive project teams for outstanding results.– Externally focused to ensure full awareness of trends and proactively address needs based on external demands.– Proactive and team-player approach for managing effective international and cross-divisional/matrix collaboration.   Do not waste any minutes, apply now!  We are looking forward to receiving your application.Please note that only candidates with a valid work permit or who are EU/EFTA citizens will be considered.
    Do you want to work in a big pharmaceutical company? Do you have at least 5 years experience in Medical Affairs? You should then read the following lines! Our client, based in Basel, is looking for a WMA Governance Director Country Partnership for a contract until the end of the year.  Your responsibilities: • Lead the End-to-End medical governance of evidence generation activities (Interventional studies, NIS/RWE, IIT, MAP, RC) within the assigned geographical area of responsibility.• Onboard, support, train, coach and mentor country MGLs ensuring that a strong, motivated and knowledgeable team is built within the geographical area of responsibility. Cooperate with operational managers (CSOs/MDOs) in recruitment, onboarding/transition and performance management of MGLs.• Monitor adherence to Novartis processes and standards within the assigned geographical area ofresponsibilitySupport data quality/integrity in activities conducted within the assigned geographical area of responsibility.• Provide input to teams decision making, prioritization of initiatives and drive consistent rollout of global medical compliance and governance initiatives.• Act as the expert and first point of contact for country MGLs of the assigned geographical area of responsibility about MA processes and Novartis standards.• Maintain overview and monitor progress of quality issues related to the assigned geographical area of responsibility, ensure & track escalation and follow-up until resolution.• Ensure regular review, assessment and follow-up of key performance, quality, and risk indicators. Support, guide and maintain oversight of country MGLs in implementing and performing MA Health Check process.• Provide governance updates to Regional Medical Head as required.• Ensure that compliance gaps and risks are addressed and mitigated by identifying appropriate opportunities for continuous improvement and leading design and implementation of corresponding actions.• Maintain oversight and monitor local audit & inspection readiness and execution within the assigned geographical area of responsibility, in close collaboration with respective QA functions.• Maintain oversight and monitoring of deviation and CAPA management process for GxP activities, supporting the G/R/C teams in development of robust CAPAs arising from self-identified deviations, audits, and inspections and ensuring that CAPAs are appropriately documented, tracked, monitored, and followed up, and that appropriate action is taken when CAPA is at risk of becoming overdue or being ineffective.• Maintain operational knowledge of key systems enabling governance processes in order to give advice and guidance to activity owners and country MGLs within the assigned geographical area of responsibility.• Lead the MGL Network within assigned geographical area of responsibility for ensuring continuous improvement and best practices sharing. Represent the assigned geographical area of responsibility in the global MGL Network/forums. Might lead/co-lead workstream or working group.• Share common objectives across MGL Network for ensuring a consistent and harmonized governance and training across MA.• Provide back-up coverage for temporary (vacancies, long-term leave) absent country MGLs and/or for countries with very small volume of activities. Provide a “second pair of eyes” in conflict of roles situations for country MGLs.  Your Profile • Extensive and relevant experience in Medical Affairs and/or clinical development of medicines (at least 7-10 years).• Knowledge and understanding of:– Both scientific and operational aspects of clinical drug development and Medical Affairs.– ICH GCP and respective national/supranational regulations within the assigned geographical area of responsibility.– Novartis standard operating procedures.– Leadership and proven planning and management skills.– Strong communication and ability to communicate complex information in simple terms.– Process excellence.– Previous experience in a country and/or cluster/regional role required.– Strategic thinking and change management mindset to sustain a culture of high ethical standards and compliance.– Negotiation and problem-solving skills for bridging between science and business.– Proven self-starter with experience in building capabilities based on defined business needs.– Able to act independently but actively seek and incorporate stakeholder feedback.– Outstanding interpersonal, problem-solving, negotiation and conflict resolution skills. Fast action oriented, capable of quickly identifying contingency plans.– Able to influence decision making and drive project teams for outstanding results.– Externally focused to ensure full awareness of trends and proactively address needs based on external demands.– Proactive and team-player approach for managing effective international and cross-divisional/matrix collaboration.   Do not waste any minutes, apply now!  We are looking forward to receiving your application.Please note that only candidates with a valid work permit or who are EU/EFTA citizens will be considered.
    • allschwil, basel-stadt
    • contract
    Do you want to work in a big pharmaceutical company? Do you have a Medical Degree and at least 4 years experience in clinical studies? You should then read the following lines!Our client, based in the Basel area, is looking for a Clinical Project Physician for a contract until the end of the year.The Clinical Project Physician (CPP) is a member of the Clinical Sciences (CS) team. The CPP will be responsible for providing the medical input and medical oversight for the development and execution of clinical programs within the Pulmonary Hypertension (PH) therapeutic area. The successful candidate will work closely with leadership in informing, influencing and implementing strategies for all aspects of clinical development. The CPP will execute Clinical Development Plan (CDP), study deliverables (e.g. study protocols, regulatory submissions, updates to Investigator Brochures, clinical study reports, etc.), provide expert clinical input, and review of the study, label, SUSARs data as well as lead publication of documents required. Can act as Study Responsible Physician (SRP) and may manage trainees. The CPP will collaborate with the Study Responsible Scientist (SRS) to ensure proper conduct of various clinical studies. This role involves extensive team matrix interactions with colleagues from different disciplines such as Clinical Operations, Drug Safety, Biostatistics, Data Management, etc. Your Responsibilities: Medical Monitoring:· Contributes to and is key member of clinical study team.· Conducts medical data review of trial data, including eligibility review.· Responsible for site interactions in partnership with the SRS for medical questions and education (including safety management guidelines).· Responsible for assessment of key safety-related serious adverse events in partnership with the Local Safety Officer and the Medical Safety Officer and oversees safety narratives.· Collaborates with the SRS and inputs into protocols, providing medical strategic oversight in protocol development (input on inclusion/exclusion criteria and other safety-related clinical considerations).· Fulfills GCP and compliance obligations for study conduct and maintains required training.· Ensure that the medical care given to, and medical decisions made on behalf of, patients should always be the responsibility of a qualified healthcare provider. Clinical studies expertise & strategy:· In collaboration with the leadership and other cross-functional team members, executes CDP, designs and develops clinical plans and protocols with a strong strategic focus based on knowledge of the asset/drug, disease area, and relevant science to meet regulatory and disease strategy targets.· May lead study Steering Committees (together with Clinical Leader),· May contribute to IDMC (selection of members, drafting of charter, etc.)· Leads the analysis of benefit/risk for clinical study protocols in a matrix team environment working in partnership with SRS.· Partners with CS to support executional delivery of studies (e.g., site activation, enrollment status, as well as adjudication for protocol violations, significant, non-significant deviations, etc.).· Builds relationships with Investigators and supports study site selection. Partners with key opinion leaders (KOLs) to gain their input on emerging science in drug and biomarker research, disease knowledge, and design of clinical studies and programs.· Maintains a strong medical/scientific reputation within the disease area. Has in depth knowledge of etiology, natural history, diagnosis, and treatment of the disorder. Keeps up to date in the disease area via attendance at scientific conferences and ongoing review of the literature.· Stays knowledgeable of development and regulatory issues related to other competitive or relevant compounds in development and how our portfolio fits into the competitive landscape.· Provides ongoing medical education in partnership with CS, protocol specific training, to support study team, investigators, and others. Your Profile · A Medical Degree is required.· A minimum of 5 years of industry and prior experience with clinical development/clinical studies is preferred.· Clinical experience in the cardiology or pulmonology area is highly preferred.· Prior experience managing projects with clinical trials including development of protocols, case report forms, informed consent, study initiation, protocol training, and clinical data monitoring is preferred.· Excellent written communication, oral communication, and presentation skills are required.· The individual must have demonstrated ability to work and lead in a cross-functional and matrix team environment, working with external stakeholders and be flexible and adaptable. Do not waste any minutes, apply now!  We are looking forward to receiving your application.Please note that only candidates with a valid work permit or who are EU/EFTA citizens will be considered.
    Do you want to work in a big pharmaceutical company? Do you have a Medical Degree and at least 4 years experience in clinical studies? You should then read the following lines!Our client, based in the Basel area, is looking for a Clinical Project Physician for a contract until the end of the year.The Clinical Project Physician (CPP) is a member of the Clinical Sciences (CS) team. The CPP will be responsible for providing the medical input and medical oversight for the development and execution of clinical programs within the Pulmonary Hypertension (PH) therapeutic area. The successful candidate will work closely with leadership in informing, influencing and implementing strategies for all aspects of clinical development. The CPP will execute Clinical Development Plan (CDP), study deliverables (e.g. study protocols, regulatory submissions, updates to Investigator Brochures, clinical study reports, etc.), provide expert clinical input, and review of the study, label, SUSARs data as well as lead publication of documents required. Can act as Study Responsible Physician (SRP) and may manage trainees. The CPP will collaborate with the Study Responsible Scientist (SRS) to ensure proper conduct of various clinical studies. This role involves extensive team matrix interactions with colleagues from different disciplines such as Clinical Operations, Drug Safety, Biostatistics, Data Management, etc. Your Responsibilities: Medical Monitoring:· Contributes to and is key member of clinical study team.· Conducts medical data review of trial data, including eligibility review.· Responsible for site interactions in partnership with the SRS for medical questions and education (including safety management guidelines).· Responsible for assessment of key safety-related serious adverse events in partnership with the Local Safety Officer and the Medical Safety Officer and oversees safety narratives.· Collaborates with the SRS and inputs into protocols, providing medical strategic oversight in protocol development (input on inclusion/exclusion criteria and other safety-related clinical considerations).· Fulfills GCP and compliance obligations for study conduct and maintains required training.· Ensure that the medical care given to, and medical decisions made on behalf of, patients should always be the responsibility of a qualified healthcare provider. Clinical studies expertise & strategy:· In collaboration with the leadership and other cross-functional team members, executes CDP, designs and develops clinical plans and protocols with a strong strategic focus based on knowledge of the asset/drug, disease area, and relevant science to meet regulatory and disease strategy targets.· May lead study Steering Committees (together with Clinical Leader),· May contribute to IDMC (selection of members, drafting of charter, etc.)· Leads the analysis of benefit/risk for clinical study protocols in a matrix team environment working in partnership with SRS.· Partners with CS to support executional delivery of studies (e.g., site activation, enrollment status, as well as adjudication for protocol violations, significant, non-significant deviations, etc.).· Builds relationships with Investigators and supports study site selection. Partners with key opinion leaders (KOLs) to gain their input on emerging science in drug and biomarker research, disease knowledge, and design of clinical studies and programs.· Maintains a strong medical/scientific reputation within the disease area. Has in depth knowledge of etiology, natural history, diagnosis, and treatment of the disorder. Keeps up to date in the disease area via attendance at scientific conferences and ongoing review of the literature.· Stays knowledgeable of development and regulatory issues related to other competitive or relevant compounds in development and how our portfolio fits into the competitive landscape.· Provides ongoing medical education in partnership with CS, protocol specific training, to support study team, investigators, and others. Your Profile · A Medical Degree is required.· A minimum of 5 years of industry and prior experience with clinical development/clinical studies is preferred.· Clinical experience in the cardiology or pulmonology area is highly preferred.· Prior experience managing projects with clinical trials including development of protocols, case report forms, informed consent, study initiation, protocol training, and clinical data monitoring is preferred.· Excellent written communication, oral communication, and presentation skills are required.· The individual must have demonstrated ability to work and lead in a cross-functional and matrix team environment, working with external stakeholders and be flexible and adaptable. Do not waste any minutes, apply now!  We are looking forward to receiving your application.Please note that only candidates with a valid work permit or who are EU/EFTA citizens will be considered.
    • baar, zug
    • contract
    Do you want to work in a biotech company? Do you have at least 5 years experience in Pharmacovigilance? You should then read the following lines! Our client, based in Baar, is looking for a Senior Pharmacovigilance Scientist for a contract until 28.02.2023 Your Responsibilities: Leads the signal management process (i.e., signal detection, signal tracking, signal documentation, facilitating decisions regarding signals and safety risk, etc.) for assigned product(s) and evaluates safety data and signals as part of ongoing pharmacovigilance activities. Includes synthesis of data from multiple sources and authoring signal evaluation reports. Leads signaling review process and product Safety Signaling Team meetings. Manages literature review for safety information.Leads process for responding to safety questions from regulatory authorities.Leads Aggregate Report management, including strategy, review and finalization of aggregate safety reports for assigned products, such as PSURs, DSURs, Pharmacovigilance Plans, Risk Evaluation and Mitigation Strategy Plans (REMS), and Risk Management Plans (RMPs).Collaborates with Global Safety Officers and other Safety MDs for assigned investigational programs including clinical trial activities (protocol review, ICF review, etc.), safety committee management, data analysis, signal detection, ad hoc requests and other product activities, as assigned. Your Profile:Minimum 7 years Pharmacovigilance experience, including experience in aggregate safety reports and safety signal management. Understands, interprets, analyzes, and clearly presents scientific and medical data in verbal and written format (including intermediate understanding and application of medical concepts and terminology).Leads and conducts, independently and/or collaboratively, all aspects of substantive projects such as signaling, authoring of aggregate data reports, and responses to regulatory agency requestsStrong Pharmacovigilance and drug development foundation, including knowledge of applicable clinical trial safety regulations and post-marketing safety regulations.  Includes knowledge of case processing, expedited reporting rules, and safety database concepts.Basic knowledge of common data processing software (EXCEL, PowerPoint, Microsoft Word, Business Objects). Knowledge of common safety database systems.Demonstrates leadership and interacts collaboratively and effectively in a team environment (including Safety Clinical Development, Medical Affairs, Clinical Operations, and Regulatory), as well as with external colleaguesApplies clinical judgment to interpret case information.Strong organizational skills, including the ability to prioritize independently with minimal supervision  Do not waste any minutes, apply now!  We are looking forward to receiving your application.Please note that only candidates with a valid work permit or who are EU/EFTA citizens will be considered.
    Do you want to work in a biotech company? Do you have at least 5 years experience in Pharmacovigilance? You should then read the following lines! Our client, based in Baar, is looking for a Senior Pharmacovigilance Scientist for a contract until 28.02.2023 Your Responsibilities: Leads the signal management process (i.e., signal detection, signal tracking, signal documentation, facilitating decisions regarding signals and safety risk, etc.) for assigned product(s) and evaluates safety data and signals as part of ongoing pharmacovigilance activities. Includes synthesis of data from multiple sources and authoring signal evaluation reports. Leads signaling review process and product Safety Signaling Team meetings. Manages literature review for safety information.Leads process for responding to safety questions from regulatory authorities.Leads Aggregate Report management, including strategy, review and finalization of aggregate safety reports for assigned products, such as PSURs, DSURs, Pharmacovigilance Plans, Risk Evaluation and Mitigation Strategy Plans (REMS), and Risk Management Plans (RMPs).Collaborates with Global Safety Officers and other Safety MDs for assigned investigational programs including clinical trial activities (protocol review, ICF review, etc.), safety committee management, data analysis, signal detection, ad hoc requests and other product activities, as assigned. Your Profile:Minimum 7 years Pharmacovigilance experience, including experience in aggregate safety reports and safety signal management. Understands, interprets, analyzes, and clearly presents scientific and medical data in verbal and written format (including intermediate understanding and application of medical concepts and terminology).Leads and conducts, independently and/or collaboratively, all aspects of substantive projects such as signaling, authoring of aggregate data reports, and responses to regulatory agency requestsStrong Pharmacovigilance and drug development foundation, including knowledge of applicable clinical trial safety regulations and post-marketing safety regulations.  Includes knowledge of case processing, expedited reporting rules, and safety database concepts.Basic knowledge of common data processing software (EXCEL, PowerPoint, Microsoft Word, Business Objects). Knowledge of common safety database systems.Demonstrates leadership and interacts collaboratively and effectively in a team environment (including Safety Clinical Development, Medical Affairs, Clinical Operations, and Regulatory), as well as with external colleaguesApplies clinical judgment to interpret case information.Strong organizational skills, including the ability to prioritize independently with minimal supervision  Do not waste any minutes, apply now!  We are looking forward to receiving your application.Please note that only candidates with a valid work permit or who are EU/EFTA citizens will be considered.
    • basel, basel-stadt
    • contract
    For our client, an international company in Basel we are looking for aClinical Scientist Start date: April 1st (Latest possible start date: May 1st)End date: 1 yearExtension: not planned yetWorkplace: BaselWorkload: 100%• Remote/Home Office: home office at the moment. If possible and won’t be required, onsite might be required (with Covid certificate).Travel: No Tasks & Responsibilities: You should bring a positive, energetic, creative and solution-seeking mindset and to proactively contribute to interdisciplinary clinical project teams. The values of integrity, passion, courage, scientific curiosity, humility and responsibility, are important for success in the role.Your activities will include the development and writing of study documentation including protocols, informed consent forms, clinical study reports, as well as clinical science input for study-specific operational and regulatory documents.You will be responsible for ongoing monitoring of clinical activities and study conduct, coordination of data collection, data cleaning and review, analysis, and interpretation as well as preparation and presentation of results for informed decision-making.Participate in study management as clinical science representative to ensure trial deliverables are met according to timelines, budget, quality standards and operational procedures, within a global multidisciplinary cross-functional Study Management Team (SMT)You will provide training and science input to operation colleagues and study site staff, as agreed with clinical operations.You will monitor study progress on a regular basis to identify any problems or issues that could affect the results or completion of the study; you will investigate and employ problem-solving strategies.You will collaborate with internal experts, leading academics, and external industry-based authorities and providers regarding experimental medicine and translational medicine studiesYou will stay at the forefront of scientific and technical excellence by collaborating with the scientific community, contributing to presenting and publishing high-quality scientific abstracts, posters, articles and participating in key conferencesYou will contribute to experimental medicine studies and/or projects in collaboration with internal or external Partners Must Haves:Doctoral degree in a relevant scientific field (e.g. Neuroscience, Pharmacology, Psychology // PhD, Pharma D or MD)Min 1/2 years in Clinical Science (experience in conducting ongoing trials, collaboration with the operations team, vendor, site management)Industry experience (Pharma / Medical – not Medical Devices)Experience in drug development and clinical trials methodology and execution (Phase 0-2 preferable)Track-record of impactful scientific researchAbility to acquire knowledge in different disease indications and therapeutic areasAble to collaborate and thrive in a matrix environment and interact with a variety of individuals outside (e.g. investigators, partners, KOLs) and inside the company (e.g. regulatory affairs, biostatistics, clinical pharmacology, project management)Experienced with clinical data review, analysis, interpretation and reporting.Excellent analytical and quantitative skills.Familiar with ICH-GCP regulation and regulatory guidance documents about clinical trialsStrong project-management skills and ability to prioritize tasks in a dynamic environmentExcellent written and oral communication skills in EnglishStrong communication skills and ability to interact in a cross-functional matrix and represent science in study management teams, projects team and across the whole organizationCapacity and willingness to disseminate scientific output related to clinical trial results Nice to haves:Experience in Neuroscience as a Clinical Scientist (especially in movement disorders and/or neurodegeneration)
    For our client, an international company in Basel we are looking for aClinical Scientist Start date: April 1st (Latest possible start date: May 1st)End date: 1 yearExtension: not planned yetWorkplace: BaselWorkload: 100%• Remote/Home Office: home office at the moment. If possible and won’t be required, onsite might be required (with Covid certificate).Travel: No Tasks & Responsibilities: You should bring a positive, energetic, creative and solution-seeking mindset and to proactively contribute to interdisciplinary clinical project teams. The values of integrity, passion, courage, scientific curiosity, humility and responsibility, are important for success in the role.Your activities will include the development and writing of study documentation including protocols, informed consent forms, clinical study reports, as well as clinical science input for study-specific operational and regulatory documents.You will be responsible for ongoing monitoring of clinical activities and study conduct, coordination of data collection, data cleaning and review, analysis, and interpretation as well as preparation and presentation of results for informed decision-making.Participate in study management as clinical science representative to ensure trial deliverables are met according to timelines, budget, quality standards and operational procedures, within a global multidisciplinary cross-functional Study Management Team (SMT)You will provide training and science input to operation colleagues and study site staff, as agreed with clinical operations.You will monitor study progress on a regular basis to identify any problems or issues that could affect the results or completion of the study; you will investigate and employ problem-solving strategies.You will collaborate with internal experts, leading academics, and external industry-based authorities and providers regarding experimental medicine and translational medicine studiesYou will stay at the forefront of scientific and technical excellence by collaborating with the scientific community, contributing to presenting and publishing high-quality scientific abstracts, posters, articles and participating in key conferencesYou will contribute to experimental medicine studies and/or projects in collaboration with internal or external Partners Must Haves:Doctoral degree in a relevant scientific field (e.g. Neuroscience, Pharmacology, Psychology // PhD, Pharma D or MD)Min 1/2 years in Clinical Science (experience in conducting ongoing trials, collaboration with the operations team, vendor, site management)Industry experience (Pharma / Medical – not Medical Devices)Experience in drug development and clinical trials methodology and execution (Phase 0-2 preferable)Track-record of impactful scientific researchAbility to acquire knowledge in different disease indications and therapeutic areasAble to collaborate and thrive in a matrix environment and interact with a variety of individuals outside (e.g. investigators, partners, KOLs) and inside the company (e.g. regulatory affairs, biostatistics, clinical pharmacology, project management)Experienced with clinical data review, analysis, interpretation and reporting.Excellent analytical and quantitative skills.Familiar with ICH-GCP regulation and regulatory guidance documents about clinical trialsStrong project-management skills and ability to prioritize tasks in a dynamic environmentExcellent written and oral communication skills in EnglishStrong communication skills and ability to interact in a cross-functional matrix and represent science in study management teams, projects team and across the whole organizationCapacity and willingness to disseminate scientific output related to clinical trial results Nice to haves:Experience in Neuroscience as a Clinical Scientist (especially in movement disorders and/or neurodegeneration)

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