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Clinical Trial Associate

Vial

Vial

United States
Posted on Saturday, May 18, 2024
Who We Are
Vial is a global tech-driven CRO providing next-generation clinical trial management services. The Vial CRO powers its drug discovery arm, Battery Bio, an AI-powered hyper scalable biotech. Battery Bio harnesses Vial's unique 90% lower cost structure to produce more affordable drug development with efficient, streamlined clinical trials.
Our mission is to reimagine the drug discovery process to empower scientists to cure all human disease. We have assembled a talented team of clinical operators, chemists, and innovative thinkers to achieve this vision.
Vial is a San Francisco, California-based company founded by Simon Burns in October 2020. Since our founding, we have become a fast-growing company of 100+ employees with over $100 million in funding from esteemed investors including General Catalyst, Box Group, and Byers Capital.
Vial is rebuilding the infrastructure to advance research. By deploying technology at every step, we are creating a more efficient future for drug discovery.
Here at Vial, we move incredibly fast and we will look to you to build a culture emphasizes our values and commitment to excellence. Working with the team, you’ll will develop and lead our workforce strategy, building out our policies and programs as the company scales. You'll provide guidance and counsel and have the opportunity to improve and impact every employee's experience.
Job Overview
We’re looking to hire a Clinical Trial Associate who will provide support to Clinical Trial Leads and assist Project Managers in the execution of clinical trials.

What you'll do

  • Maintaining accurate records of all activities related to the study
  • Submit study documentation to Trial Master File
  • Manage & audit trial master files (TMF) and study documents
  • Proactively identify risks and escalate to Project Manager and other appropriate functional leads
  • Together with the Project Manager, ensure transparent communication both internally and externally regarding study progress and issues

What you'll bring

  • Minimum of 3 years of relevant clinical research experience
  • Demonstrate an understanding of clinical procedures, laws, and regulations
  • Experience in neurology clinical trials
  • Knowledge of medical terminology
  • Early phase clinical trial experience
  • Clear and effective communication
  • Strong organizational skills & attention to detail
  • Ability to see the bigger picture and prioritize the critical elements of success
This role is fully remote, based anywhere in the US. Unfortunately, we are not able to provide sponsorship to work in the United States