Cato Research is a full-service contract research and development organization with international resources dedicated to helping pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies efficiently and expeditiously navigate the regulatory approval process in order to bring new drugs, biologics, and medical devices to the people who need them. Cato is a non-laboratory environment. We care currently recruiting for our Durham, NC , San Diego, CA and Gaithersburg, MD locations.
Works with the project manager coordinating all aspects of communication and activities related to a project. Prepares for, attends, and does follow-up for sponsor meetings; compiles documents for submission to the regulatory agencies (Health Canada or other) or to the sponsor; coordinates the document review process; works with the clinical trial manager on the conduct of a clinical trial; creates and monitors project budgets; manages the project files; prepares project activity tracking reports and attends project review.
Bachelor's degree required (scientific field preferred)
Strong knowledge of MS Office Suite (Word, Excel)
- Exceptional communication (written and spoken)
Good organizational and planning skills
Ability to multi-task
Interest and functionality in team and autonomous settings
Project coordination experience an asset
Type of Work:Full time
Apply on line in the "Careers" section of our website: www.cato.com
Please note that no acknowledgment of receipt will be sent and only selected candidates will be contacted. Only resumes from candidates that fit the profile for this position will be kept for a period of 6 months.
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