Covance Associate Project Coordinator in Madison, Wisconsin
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Covance has a job opening for an Associate Project Coordinator at our Madison, WI facility!
The Associate Project Coordinator assists the Project Managers in developing study specific documents (e.g. Project Management Plan, Communication Plan, Risk Mitigation Plan), including compliance with client-specific requirements, and routes final documents.
Additional Job Responsibilities include:
Assists the PM in the use of trial management tools, including project setup activities (e.g. study ID request, SAS Environment Setup request, Study-specific Distribution Lists, etc.); formats, posts, and compiles study timelines as required
Attends study-related meetings; distributes meeting agendas; maintains and distributes meeting minutes, ADI and Risk Log, and study team contact lists
Reviews presentations and correspondence upon PM request
Maintains an internal standardized filing structure for study-related documents
Upon request, posts documents such as CRA reports, project deliverables, trackers, regulatory documents, metrics, agendas, and minutes to client websites after completing administrator and program training on the client system
Under the guidance of and with review by the PM, gathers appropriate regulatory documents and forwards them to the client to ensure on-time drug shipment
Enters budgeted hours into the project timeline
Assists the PM with document transfer to the Trial Master File (TMF) in accordance with applicable SOPs, policies, system, and client requirements
As directed and with oversight, assists with business improvements initiatives to drive quality, productivity, and continuous improvements across different business units
Upon PM request and with Associate Project Coordinator (PC) acceptance, may serve as a sponsor and site contact in the absence of the PM, especially during maintenance phases of routine trials
Generates and delivers requested CD copies for clients and archive projects with oversight from a senior PC or PM
Performs other duties, as assigned
At Covance, you can make a difference by helping to deliver life-saving and life-enhancing medicines to people around the world. Our commitment to this mission has resulted in Covance’s impressive history of company stability and growth. We’ve achieved these results by fostering a work environment that encourages, develops and leverages our team’s capabilities.
Covance believes that their best-in-class employees deserve first-class benefits. Covance offers an outstanding benefits package including medical & dental insurance, tuition reimbursement, and a 401(k) plan with a generous company match, short and long-term disability, and life insurance.
University/college degree, preferably in a healthcare/scientific field
Clinical research experience may be substituted for education
Knowledge of the clinical trial process with early clinical pharmacology experience preferred
Minimum 1-2 years of experience in a research environment
Knowledge of protocol designs, study objectives, study procedures, and project-related timelines
Knowledge of GCP/ICH Guidelines and applicable Regulatory Authority Guidelines
Job Number 2018-18689
Job Category Clinical Operations
Position Type Full-Time
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