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As a leading contract research organization (CRO), Labcorp Drug Development provides comprehensive drug development solutions for a range of industries. Our services cover the preclinical, clinical and post-market phases of drug development, the product life cycles for medical device and diagnostics and development services paired with regulatory support for the chemical testing and crop protection industries.

Labcorp Drug Development is a global leader in nonclinical safety assessment, clinical trial testing and clinical trial management services. Our unique perspectives are based on decades of scientific, medical and regulatory expertise.

We are currently recruiting for our FSPx business in France and are seeking to hire a CRA for a permanent and full-time contract.This role will offer you a real opportunity for career progression and promotion in time. At Labcorp Drug Development, you will have autonomy to organize your work and in return, you will be supported and empowered to go beyond the typical CRA role, to really be an expert on your protocols and to own your sites.

Join Labcorp FSPx department as CRA 1/ CRA 2 dedicated to one of the Top ranking Sponsor by overall reputation.

This opportunity is office based in Lille.


  • All aspects of site management and monitoring activities for assigned applicable Phase I and all Phase II-IV clinical Investigator sites within the approved Clinical Development Plan (CDP). These global, complex studies are conducted within the standards set by the sponsor, according to Good Clinical Practices (ICH -GCP) and applicable regulatory and legal requirements
  • Managing Investigator site and site activities and monitoring site data, to ensure patient safety and ethical and regulatory compliance necessary to provide quality data required for global regulatory submissions for approval of drugs
  • Managing Investigator sites to ensure the Investigator and Site Staff meet all aspects of study delivery and commitments to make certain the operational study execution is on track from site selection to site close out
  • Conducting Site Selection Visits to confirm the Investigator and Site Staff are qualified, and have suitable resources and facilities to properly conduct the study
  • Ensuring completion of site documents necessary for ethics and regulatory approval for site initiation within agreed upon timelines. Ensuring all legal, regulatory and Bayer requirements are met prior to drug shipment to sites as well as all site initiation processes are completed
  • Work with Country Lead Monitor (CLM) to ensure Investigator Agreements and budgets are executed for assigned study sites, and subsequently initiating payments at key milestones
  • Training and supervising cross functional site personnel on study related procedures for the duration of the study
  • Continuously assessing site performance, processes, qualifications of staff, and suitability of facilities to ensure adherence to study protocol, sponsor requirements, regulatory and local legal requirements, as well as ICH-GCP
  • Tracking to ensure sufficient resources at site to conduct study activities for duration of the study
  • Tracking enrollment activities to ensure site remains on track with site commitments. Develops contingency plans to ensure site commitments are met
  • Reviewing patient data at site to ensure safety of patient and patient data is consistent with what is reported in the case report form. Serves as liaison between Investigator and Study Medical Expert to resolve any medical patient-related queries. The data from these clinical sites are required to demonstrate patient safety and efficacy of investigational products which forms the basis of regulatory approval
  • Assuring adequate control of investigational product (study medication), which includes: ensuring sites have met all local and legal requirements to receive investigational product, study drug storage, and continually ensuring patient compliance with expected study drug dosing. The CRA is responsible for study drug accountability at the site level and arranges for destruction of investigational product in accordance with local legal and regulatory requirements
  • Ensuring applicable authorities are notified of study closure and final patient status in accordance with ICH and local regulations
  • Periodically reviews Investigator Site File to ensure essential documents are maintained according to ICH and SOP requirements
  • Rigorous regulatory guidelines exist to ensure overall patient safety related to reporting of serious or unexpected adverse drug reactions. The CRA is responsible for training the Investigator and site staff on these strict regulations and procedures for timely reporting and as well as ensuring ongoing compliance. Strict adherence is essential to remain complaint with on time reporting to regulatory authorities and critical for thorough and timely evaluation of patient safety
  • Due to the highly regulated clinical trial environment, the CRA proactively identifies potential issues and develops site Corrective Actions and Preventive Actions (CAPAs). The CRA ensures timely and sufficient resolution of issues that may impact compliance or quality of study related activities or data
  • As key contributor to the Trial Master File and study documents at the country level, ensures essential documents are appropriate and filed in a timely manner in the Investigator Site File
  • Incumbent is a key contributor in the preparation, conduct and follow up of Site Audits and Regulatory Inspections to ensure a successful outcome. The CRA is a member of the audit/regulatory inspection team

What you can expect from us

  • Flexible working hours,
  • Permanent employment contract with Labcorp Drug Development
  • Highly competitive compensation packages
  • Profit sharing
  • Regular, merit-based salary adjustments
  • Significant employer contribution to an attractive pension scheme
  • Extensive insurance coverage, including medical, life, short as well as permanent disability and accidents
  • Excellent training and career development opportunities as well as support with furthering your education
  • Strong support from Line Management and more than 20’000 colleagues worldwide
  • The world’s most renowned pharmaceutical companies as our satisfied, repeat customers for many years

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