Job Properties
  • Job Type
    Full-time Position
  • Category
    Research & Science
  • Languages
  • Experience Required
  • Degree Required
    • Province
    • Date Posted
      December 16,2021
    • Entrusting Package
    • JSS
    • VISA
    • IMG_6430
    • Career Consultation

    Clinical Research Associate (international)

    Clinical Research Associate (international)

    • Location:

      Amsterdam, Netherlands

    • Contact:

      Charlotte Evens

    • Job type:


    • Contact phone:

      +32 15 28 40 43

    • Industry:

      Life Sciences, Medical Device & Diagnostics

    • Contact email:

    Are you an experienced CRA ready to evolve into a role on international level in a dynamic, global company with a focus on medical devices? Don't miss this opportunity!

    Job description

    The Clinical Research Associate will support regional conduct of clinical research within clinical research centers that are actively participating in clinical trials. The Clinical Research Associate (CRA) will act as the site manager for assigned clinical centers and will be responsible for developing positive relationships by providing clinical protocol training and support, study monitoring, clinical investigation awareness, recruitment assistance and continuing education for our emerging medical device. The CRA will also be responsible for communicating internally any market dynamics, study issues or potential improvements, study activities/compliance, adverse event information and study enrollment strategies. The CRA will work with members of the clinical study team(s) and assist with clinical vendor management and study long-term follow-up logistics as appropriate.


    • Act as the primary point of contact with assigned clinical study sites;
    • Support study initiation, monitoring, audit and close out phases of assigned clinical trials as prescribed in the sponsor SOPs and study monitoring plan;
    • Ensure clinical study site compliance according to GCPs, ICH and FDA regulations;
    • Schedule, conduct and document Site Initiation Visits, Interim Monitoring Visits and Site Close-out Visits;
    • Provide and document initial and ongoing study training (eg. protocol, EDC, etc.) to study site personnel;
    • Ensure the protection of study subjects by verifying that the informed consent procedure and study protocol testing and procedures are performed appropriately and in alignment with the study protocol;
    • Ensure the integrity of the clinical data submitted on eCRFs or other data collection tools by verifying against source documentation at the clinical study site;
    • Ensure appropriate record-keeping at the clinical site, as well as the collection and submission of essential study documents to the study sponsor;
    • Ensure appropriate investigational device storage and tracking at the clinical site;
    • Independently identify and follow up on adverse events and other safety issues related to the clinical study, and ensure timely communication of serious adverse events to the Clinical Study Manager;
    • Provide relevant, timely study subject updates to the Clinical Study Manager (eg. upcoming treatment dates, subject withdrawals, etc.);
    • Facilitate timely and accurate communication flow between the clinical study sites, sponsor and applicable vendors;
    • Collaborate with clinical study site and sponsor to trouble shoot and provide appropriate solutions to study-related issues, as appropriate;
    • Work closely with clinical product training and proctoring teams;
    • Assist in patient recruitment activities;
    • Assist clinical study sites with audit preparedness;
    • Assist with the development of study-related documents as requested;
    • Prepare accurate and timely study visit reports as required by the study monitoring plan;
    • Manage travel and expenses;
    • Work independently and under general supervision.


    • Bachelor's degree (or higher) in nursing, health sciences or related field
    • Minimum of two years of CRA experience with at least one year of clinical site monitoring;
    • Good understanding of FDA regulations related to clinical trials; GCPs and ICH Guidance;
    • Respiratory disease trial experience preferred;
    • Medical device trial experience preferred;
    • Strong oral and written communication skills;
    • Proven organizational skills and the ability to manage multiple priorities
    • Ability to travel approximately 50% with extensive travel during peak periods (up to 75%) - mainly to France & the Netherlands
    • Ability to manage personal expenses
    • Strong computer skills
    • Existing right to work in Europe


    • A balanced salary package based on your capabilities and experience, including meal vouchers, hospitalization and groups insurance, mobile phone, FIP-plan, etc ...

    Vacancy number: 19160

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