Clinical Trial Assistant Phase II & III (Full Time Position)

November 2 2020
Industries Healthcare, social assistance
Categories Project Management, Business Analysis, Health, Medical, Pharma, Biotech, Sciences, R&D, Pharma, Biotech, Healthcare, Human service, Medical, Research and development, Clinical research, Administration, Management, Clerical, Administrative Support
Montreal, QC

CLINICAL TRIAL ASSISTANT PHASE II & III (full time position)

Primary Scope

The Montreal Health Innovations Coordinating Center (MHICC) is looking for a full time Clinical Trial Assistant.  The incumbent in this role will be responsible to apply their clinical trial assistant knowledge and skills in the overall conduct of the Phase II-III clinical trials in accordance with the protocol, scope of work and Standard Operating Procedures. The Project Manager will interact with site investigators, study coordinators, various clinical personnel, Clinical Research Associates (CRAs) and sponsors representatives.

About Montreal Health Innovations Coordinating Center (MHICC) – Montreal Heart Institute (MHI)

The Montreal Health Innovations Coordinating Center (MHICC) is a full service small to mid-sized academic contract research organization focused on Phase II and III multicenter and multinational clinical trials. Our main goal is to establish partnerships with our customers, in order to ensure a successful implementation of their project while respecting the budget, timelines and always ensuring the highest standards of quality.

The MHICC is an integral part of the Montreal Heart Institute (MHI) is an ultra-specialized cardiology care. For some people, the MHI is synonymous with cutting-edge technology; for others, it is an internationally recognized institution that places a heavy accent on teamwork; for others still, the MHI is a warm and welcoming environment. For all employees, it is a unique workplace where they can find their own rhythm. Whether you like the passionate and dynamic challenges of cardiology, a fun and friendly atmosphere charged with excitement, or even a steadfast workplace that lets you easily balance professional and family life, the MHI is a place where you can meet your career goals.

Key Responsibilities

Under the supervision of the Lead, Clinical Monitoring & Support, Montreal Health Innovations Coordinating Center, the candidate assumes the following responsibilities:

  • Act as a resource for project managers in the development and maintenance of the central database of investigators for clinical studies;
  • Assist and support project managers to carry out study activities in accordance with Good Clinical Practices;
  • Set up and maintain the study files for each study;
  • Assure documents and correspondence between all study participants (internal collaborators, investigators, external collaborators) are maintain and filed as required for research projects ;
  • Keep the various study trackers up to date;
  • Ship clinical study materials in Canada and internationally according to the needs of the studies;
  • Organize and assist in the activities of the various meetings and / or committees of clinical studies;
  • Provide administrative and clerical support to the study team and to the MHICC, as required

QUALIFICATIONS

  • College diploma in administration or equivalent (compulsory)
  • Perfectly bilingual spoken and written French / English (compulsory and tests to be passed)
  • Relevant experience (2 years) in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology industry or in a contract research organization (an asset);
  • The person selected must be proactive, autonomous, creative and a "team player"
  • Skills of the MS Office suite (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint) intermediate level (tests to pass for Word & Excel)

WORK CONDITIONS

  • 35 hours weekly base
  • Flexible work schedule for work-family balance
  • 4 weeks' vacation after one year
  • 13 statutory holidays
  • Defined retirement benefits
  • Group insurance
  • 9.6 day off sick days
  • Hourly salary between $22,23 and $29,05, based on experience

 

Interested candidates are requested to send their applications, no later than November 27, 2020, to the attention of Ms.  Gabrielle Cadotte at ********@*******.***

 

Visit our websites: www.icm-mhi.org & www.mhicc.org

We offer equal employment opportunities to all.

Only people selected for an interview will be contacted.

Apply now!

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