Clinical Trial Administrator
- Raleigh, NC, USA
Founded in 1997 by a Medical Doctor , Ergomed Plc is dedicated to the development of new drugs to save or improve lives. Operating with a global footprint in over 55 countries, Ergomed has the expertise to manage even the most challenging clinical trials. Ergomed provides services to over 100 clients in a range of therapy areas but excels in the provision of services for complex trials in Rare Diseases, Oncology and Neuroscience.
The Clinical Trial Administrator provides administrative support to projects, under the direction of more experienced project management professionals (CTM/PM/PD). The CTA ensures the most effective conduct of clinical research studies by providing administration and project tracking support.
Duties and responsibilities of CTA are:
- Carries out administrative duties by collecting data, sorting, filing and sending out project files to the right personnel, workers, and stakeholders
- To track all project supplies as appropriate, and ensures that they are adequately delivered to the various departments as directed by the PM/CTM
- To organise all meetings, presentations, seminars and trainings on a project and alert all stakeholders of the details
- To attend meetings with the PM/CTM and provide written high quality meeting minutes
- Evaluates the administrative nature and condition of projects and makes useful suggestions to the PM/CTM on the best practices and strategies to apply in project execution.
- It is expected that the CTA understands and contributes to project health, by keeping track of all activities and upcoming project deliverables in order to communicate pro-actively with the PM to ensure project delivery in accordance to the timelines
- To manage preparations for study specific audits, attend in-house project audits if required, take part in analysis of received audit report. If requested by the PM/CTM, the CTA can also propose and oversee completion of Corrective and Preventative Action Plan with respect to all administrative aspects of the project
- To actively contribute in the process of revision of relevant administrative Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) as requested
- College/University degree or an equivalent combination of education, training & experience
- Administrative work experience, preferably in an international Clinical Research setting
- Full working proficiency in English
- PC skills to be able to work with MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint
- Ability to plan, multitask and work in a dynamic team environment
- Communication and collaboration skills
We offer excellent chances to progress and develop. We are a company that promotes those that achieve with us. Our Global head of operations started out with us as a CTA!
We work on a global basis on interesting projects within rare diseases, oncology, and neurology.