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When it comes to life-threatening diseases, we are one family. We at Kiadis are focusing our research & development on cutting edge NK cell therapeutics, leveraging the natural strengths of our immune systems to treat serious diseases. 

 

Do you want to contribute to getting these trailblazing treatments to patients worldwide?  Are you motivated when working with highly effective teams? Do you have a  can-do mentality? Are you logical thinking, have great prioritizing skills and an ability to adapt to an ever-changing environment?

 

We are looking for a Senior Clinical Trial Associate, based in the United States and can work independently in Seattle as part of a cross-functional team.

 

The role

The Senior Clinical Trial Associate (Sr. CTA) will play a key role in supporting the Clinical Operations Team in the conduct of clinical trials within various phases. In this role you will work closely together with internal and external stakeholders. You’ll ensure that the study team calendars are up to date, meetings are arranged, study metrics reports are run and key trial information is maintained and available across the team and department.

 

In your day to day you will:

  • Work closely with the study team members and other departments, and CRO partners to support trial activities, including site feasibility, site selection, trial and vendor selection and set-up, study execution through trial closure related activities. 
  • Work closely with remote team members and vendors to communicate trial status, track timelines and deliverables, and collect and provide information.
  • Support  study teams to design and assemble start-up document packets, site reference binders, study worksheets, newsletters and other study site supplies and distribute to sites.
  • Proactively maintain clinical trial management systems (CTMS) and TMF systems to ensure completeness of information and inspection readiness. 
  • Review categorize and distribute study documentation.  
  • Schedule and perform TMF reviews and report findings to study team, along with study team outline plan to collect missing or outdated documents.
  • Assist with financial reconciliation of invoices, manage site payment and vendor payment tracking.
  • Use your experience and expertise to contribute to department-wide improvement initiatives and streamline trial management tools.
  • Assist in or conduct on-site or virtual study site visits and assist in data review and document reconciliation.

 

The ideal candidate

We are looking for someone who  is experienced in supporting clinical trial operations for a fast-paced biotech company and who has an interest in infectious disease and immune-oncology and cutting edge cellular therapies. Someone with the ability to build positive relationships with others, who is customer service oriented and is a real problem-solver. In addition, we are looking for someone with the following qualifications :

 

  • Associate’s degree in life sciences (or equivalent) and 2-3 years relevant work experience. Bachelor’s degree or higher, or certification in clinical trials or regulatory biomedical affairs, desired.
  • Working knowledge of ICH/GCP guidelines.
  • Previous medical terminology training preferred.
  • Proficient with MS Office Suite, SharePoint, TEAMs, etc., and other computer software packages.
  • Previous experience with electronic data capture systems, electronic TMF (Veeva preferred), CTMS and other Clinical Operations related systems, are a plus. Experience with deployment of new programs, system integrations, and maintenance.
  • Flexible behavior and positive attitude; ability to work well in a dynamic environment and able to prioritize and respond to changing needs of the business.
  • Highly organized with excellent planning skills; proven ability to track deliverables and timelines.
  • Previous work with virtual team members a plus.
  • Ability to travel up to 10-15% and to occasionally attend investigator meetings held over weekends,  for vendor kick-off meetings, or occasional travel to participating sites to assist with site visits.
  • Available to work remotely and occasionally on-site in Seattle WA area.
  • Fluency in English, other languages are a plus.

 

What we offer

People from all over the world, together as one team, contribute to improving the lives of patients every day. We offer an exciting position in an innovative, dynamic and inspiring environment where you'll receive a competitive remuneration package, autonomy and the opportunity to make your own mark within the organization.  

 

We create an environment where ideas are shared, experiences are impactful, and talent is developed. Because of our inclusive and family-like environment, you will always have a feeling of belonging & appreciation.  

 

 

Kiadis Pharma is an equal opportunity employer. We understand that diversity of thought, culture and background will help us do the best for our patients. We prohibit unlawful discrimination based on race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, national origin/ancestry, age, disability, marital and veteran status. 

 

Note to External Recruiters: All candidate activity and open positions are managed strictly through our Talent Acquisition Department. We kindly request that recruiters not contact employees/hiring managers directly to solicit business and present candidates. Submission of unsolicited resumes prior to an agreement set in place between the Talent Acquisition Department and the recruiting agency will not create any implied obligation.  

 


Nearest Major Market: Seattle