Job Purpose / Summary: The Clinical Project Coordinator position is responsible for supporting management efforts of Clinical Project Managers and Directors, ensuring timelines, budgets and quality standards are being achieved.
What You'll Do
Support Clinical Project Manager / Director in completing management activities; supports activities through all phases of a clinical project; provide back-up management as needed
Develop initial drafts of clinical project plans, manuals, presentations, and other clinical project documents; assist in reviewing and maintaining these presentations and documents as required per CTI Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs)
Prepare initial drafts, including templates and content, of internal reports, external reports, newsletters, and other clinical project communications; distribute reports and communications to sites, vendors, Sponsors, and internal team members
Monitor and maintain tracking tools, clinical systems and shared document repositories utilized for clinical project management
Support tracking of action items and internal team follow-up
We support career progression – 25% of our global staff is promoted annually and we have a structured mentoring program to provide the support you need to move forward
We value education and training – We provide tuition reimbursement, partner with universities and colleges to create programs in our field, and have a dedicated training department
We value our people - We have never had a layoff in our 20-year history, support a work-life balance with flexible schedules, and have provided cash bonuses every year for the past decade
Our culture is unparalleled – Click here to learn more about “The CTI Way”
We think globally and act locally – We have a global philanthropic program supporting our team’s efforts to improve their local communities (Click here to learn more about our “CTI Cares” program)
We are looking toward the future – We have had a consistent 15% growth rate over the last decade, invest in cutting-edge technology, and pride ourselves on our average 95% annual retention rate
Our work makes a difference – We focus our work on treatments for chronically and critically-ill patients, who are depending on us to bring these life-changing therapies to market
What You'll Bring
Bachelor’s degree in allied health fields such as nursing, pharmacy, or health / natural science or an equivalent combination of education and relevant work experience
Minimum of 1 to 3 years of experience in clinical research related field
About CTI Clinical Trial and Consulting Services, Inc.
CTI is an innovative, international drug and device development organization that delivers a full spectrum of clinical trial and consulting services from bench to commercialization.