ProTrials Research, Inc.
  • 11-Apr-2013 to 30-Nov-2013 (PST)
  • Project Management
  • Sunnyvale, CA, USA
  • Full Time

Joining ProTrials Research, Inc. means you will have an opportunity to be part of our top-notch Clinical Research Professionals. You will work in a collaborative team environment focused on excellence, integrity, and high standards. We offer our employees great benefits, including paid time off, medical & dental coverage, 401(k) retirement savings, Flexible Spending Accounts, life and disability.

The Clinical Project Manager (CPM) is based in-house at the ProTrials office or at a client location. The CPM prepares and revises clinical protocols and informed consent documents, participates in development of case report forms, manages study supplies, recruits and qualifies investigational sites for participation in clinical studies, ensures studies are conducted in compliance with regulatory requirements, and oversees monitoring and close-out of study sites. The actual scope of work will vary depending on the assignment. Travel may be required (25-40%).

Minimum Requirements:

Qualified candidates will have a 4-year degree, preferably in a scientific or health care discipline, and 4-5 years of prior experience in the Clinical Research Associate role, plus at least two years of CPM experience.
You must be able to work independently while contributing to a team, take initiative, demonstrate excellent verbal and written communication skills, and have familiarity with medical and pharmaceutical industry terminology and practices.
Proven effectiveness as a team leader.
Prior experience successfully managing multifaceted studies from inception through implementation and completion.
Computer proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Powerpoint are required. Experience with MS Project a plus




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