Clinical Research Associate in Haematology

Excelya>Full-time>Clinical Research Associate in Haematology

Job description

Established in 2014, Excelya is a contract research organisation (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 comprehensive and 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.

Main activities:

You will be responsible for the successful conduct of clinical trials in oncology on interventional and non-interventional studies.

Your mission will therefore be as follows:

  • Selecting the investigating centres, setting up and monitoring the clinical studies
  • Establish and monitor budgets related to clinical studies
  • Contribute to the administrative tasks required to set up and monitor clinical studies
  • Carry out monitoring and co-monitoring visits
  • Maintain contact with the investigating physicians
  • Review clinical instructions as required
  • Prepare centres and contribute to audits and inspections
  • Ensure traceability of deviations encountered


– Have carried out monitoring visits

– Knowledge of the stages of monitoring a clinical trial (selection, initiation, inclusion, follow up, closure)

– Minimum 1 year experience on clinical studies

– Experience in oncology (a plus)

– Good level of English 



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