Sr. Document Review Specialist

Organization
Covance
Job Location
Princeton, NJ
Job Description

Speak with a Covance recruiter in person at the HireLifeScience.com Career Fair 2015 in Edison, NJ. Register to attend at: http://www.hirelifescience.com/career/default.aspx

We are currently hiring a Document Review Senior Specialist in our Princeton, NJ location who will provide full and independent document review support in creation and review of global project and country regulatory documents and respond to CAPA's and mentor lower level staff. 
Because of our passion and drive, Covance attracts the kind of people whose contribution has resulted in our exceptional growth. Once a part of our talented team, our employees stay at Covance to work in an environment that encourages career development, allows them to work alongside respected colleagues on challenging projects and provides a diverse global culture. 
There is no better time to join us! 
Covance is committed to diversity in the workplace and is an equal opportunity employer. (M/F/D/V). Your confidentiality and privacy are important to us.

Requirements: 

University/College degree (life science preferred), or certification in a related allied health profession from an appropriate accredited institution (e.g., nursing certification, medical or laboratory technology) Experience • Expert knowledge of ICH, FDA, IRB/IEC and other applicable regulations/guidelines; . • 5 years work experience in clinical research EEO Employer Covance is committed to diversity in the workplace and is an equal opportunity employer (Minority/Female/Individual with Disability/Veteran/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity). Your confidentiality and privacy are important to us.

 

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