Clinical Associate, Study Execuation - United States
- Our company is a global research-based company that develops and delivers product and services to enhance animal health and production.
- We value innovation, both in scientific research and daily operations, and strive to cultivate a collaborative work environment for more than 7,000 employees worldwide.
- Our worldwide headquarters and research facilities are in Greenfield, Indiana.
- Operationally manage the logistics of ongoing, multiple clinical trials performed at the Fort Dodge site including, but not limited to, the collection of samples, clinical observations, and the execution of other study events.
- Performs and completes procedures independently and in alignment with applicable regulations, working instructions, and SOPs.
- Supports business-facing functions such as study scheduling, sourcing, and site services interactions.
- Reviews complex experimental protocols and actively collaborates with key stakeholders to enhance and identify impacts of study execution (clinical techniques, animal welfare, AAALAC, etc.).
- Functions, Duties, Tasks:Lead multiple assignments and tasks related to the development of R&D products which includes the study execution of In-Life study events.Perform administration of test articles, collect clinical samples, record data, and perform concurrent documentation of all study-related activities in an efficient manner in accordance with the protocol, applicable SOPs and regulations.
- Provide a developed and applied knowledge on respective animal species (behavior, needs, and physiological data).
- Demonstrates ability to review raw data for accuracy to ensure high quality results.Coordinate, as needed, scheduling and resource management of study execution for our company Animal Health.Assist with business operational duties such as ordering, animal sourcing, etc.
- Establish relationships with key stakeholders to ensure research and development studies are effectively supported and coordinate as required.
- Ability to review and make recommended changes to scientific protocols and procedures.
- Develop new approaches to established procedures, such as modifications or improvements and contribute methods/data to reports, standard operating procedures or business operations.
- Demonstrate working knowledge of clinical trial-relevant government regulations (FDA and USDA) as well as GXP trials to enable analysis of trial design.
- Ability to troubleshoot problems and take corrective actions to solve the problem.
- Lead additional organizational responsibilities (e.g., mentoring, area coordination responsibilities, system ownership).Other duties as assigned
- Associate's Degree with certification (example: Veterinary Technician) with 4, or more, years of industry experience or Bachelors of Science in relevant field (examples: biology, animal science, etc.) with 2, or more, years of industry experience or Masters of Science in relevant field (examples: biology, animals science, etc.)Qualified candidates must be legally authorized to be employed in the United States.
- Our company does not anticipate providing sponsorship for employment visa status (e.g., H-1B or TN status) for this employment position.
- Knowledge of PC package tools including word processing (Word) and spreadsheets (Excel).
- Advanced ability to communicate verbally and in writing.Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts and draw valid conclusions.
- Effective interpersonal skills, including conflict management.
- Required to achieve the AALAS (American Association of Laboratory Animal Science) described LAT (Laboratory Animal Technician).
Our company is an EEO/Affirmative Action Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, national origin, protected veteran status, disability or any other legally protected status.