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Clinical Trial Rep

Organization
Agilent
Job Location
6392 Via Real
Carpinteria, CA 93013
United States
Job Description

Agilent inspires and supports discoveries that advance the quality of life. We provide life science, diagnostic and applied market laboratories worldwide with instruments, services, consumables, applications and expertise. Agilent enables customers to gain the answers and insights they seek ---- so they can do what they do best: improve the world around us. Information about Agilent is available at www.agilent.com.

Responsible for overall clinical study management, including planning, communication, coordination and practical tasks for the studies. Coordinates Ethical Committee and Institutional Review Board notifications. Builds, maintains and coordinates study files and archiving. Supporting testing laboratories including selection of laboratories for the studies. Partners alongside Clinical Research Organizations and ensures monitoring of studies, data collection and handling. Prepares, revises and maintains procedures for the conduct of studies.

  • Works on clinical assignments with broadly defined objectives
  • Solves straight-forward issues, challenges and problems within field of specialization

 This is an on-site position 

Requirements
  • Bachelors or Masters Degree or University Degree or equivalent
  • Bachelors or Masters Degree in a Science or Medical-related field or RN preferred
  • 2+ year demonstrated experience
  • Ability to travel 30-50% of the time
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • CDx experience desired

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