Established in 2014, Excelya is a ‘people centered’ contract research organization (CRO).
We offer a personal and authentic experience within an ambitious young healthcare company on its way to becoming the leader in clinical research in Europe with our 800 Excelyates. Our unique one-stop-shop service model – leveraging a full-service, functional service provider and consultancy – allows our Excelyates to evolve across a wide range of projects. Working with leading experts, Excelya advances scientific, managerial and human knowledge to improve the patient journey.
For our team members, excelling with care means enjoying a challenging professional environment that encourages personal, intellectual and operational participation so that together we can be the best in our field. We are committed to empowering each Excelyate to express their natural talents, develop their full potential and invest in our unique project.
We are looking for a Clinical Research Assistant to work as a consultant for a large pharmaceutical company, leader on its market. You will be involved in international clinical research projects from phase I to IV, in different therapeutic areas such as immunology, oncology, inflammatory and autoimmune diseases.
Within the project teams, in collaboration with the project leader and the clinical research associates :
– Administrative and budgetary activities on the different stages of a clinical trial (set-up, follow-up and closure), participation in project team meetings
– Management of the VeevaVault eTMF: document loading and quality control of clinical trial documents
Good experience (at least 2 years) in the clinical trials secretariat of a pharmaceutical company
Good command of the Office package (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
Experience with eTMF VeevaVault or other similar system is desired
Experience or ability to adapt very quickly to tools-systems such as SAP/iBuy, CTMS VeevaVault, DocuSign….
Team player, adaptability, working on different projects at the same time and with different people
Rigour and aptitude for quality control