CPR Pharma Services (CPR) full-service CRO with an international reputation for delivering high quality clinical trial results. We facilitate quality drug development by aligning our people, their skills and expertise in the pursuit of a healthier world.
CPR Pharma Services recognises that our most important asset is our people. We offer a work environment and a culture that values honesty and respects its people.
We value the different skills, backgrounds, experiences and perspectives of our people and we focus on the skills and experitse that each of them bring to the organisation. We’ll provide you with opportunities to build your skills and progress your career. We are committed to providing a challenging and stimulating environment where what our people do matters.
As our organisation continues to grow, we want our people to grow with it. We invest in training and development programs, give our people opportunities to learn and, and when they are ready encourage them to accept greater challenges and responsibility along the way.
At our heart is a belief in the potential in each other and our clients, it unites and motivates us. We believe that our values and behaviours lay the foundations of our culture.
At CPR Pharma you will enjoy:
- a challenging and stimulating environment where what you do matters
- a diverse and inclusive culture with a strong emphasis on team collaboration
- training and career development opportunities
- attractive remuneration
Current Positions Available
Please see below for positions currently available at CPR. Alternatively, should there be no current vacancies listed then please forward your CV and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org for consideration for future opportunities.
SCRAs / CRAs
CPR are looking for experienced Senior / Clinical Research Associates to be part of our Clinical Services Team in Adelaide. These positions are permanent and are available part time or full-time. Home based will be considered for experienced SCRAs.
Acting as the primary link between sites and sponsor, you'll be responsible for:
- Performing start-up, initiation, monitoring and close-out visits along with maintaining appropriate documentation
- Developing your skills and knowledge on clinical trials within a wide scope of therapeutic areas
- Monitoring all aspects of studies to ensure compliance with GCP, study protocol and regulatory requirements and prepare monitoring reports
- Development and review study protocols and other study related documents
- Preparing ethics submissions and assist in preparation of Clinical Study Reports
Prior experience monitoring clinical trials, ideally within Australia and/or New Zealand. It is essential that you have a degree in science or other healthcare related discipline, at least 3 - 5 years experience working as a S/CRA and 3-5 years experience in the pharmaceutical industry / CRO. Good knowledge of Australian and New Zealand drug development process, clinical trial monitoring procedures, GCP guidelines and medical terminology is essential. On top of this you will need to able to show initiative and work well autonomously, within minimal supervision.
These positions provide a fantastic opportunity to join a leading organisation that values it's employees and provides opportunities to further enhance their skills.
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Kindly note, only successful candidates will be contacted, you mist also have full Australian working rights will be considered.