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Believing in people

Employees are key to Scope International’s success

The organization of international clinical trials requires the development of complex cross-cultural teams across borders, languages and time-zones. Here at Scope International, we recognize that recruitment, training and retention of talented employees is fundamental to building high performance teams.

Our success is built upon encouraging talented people to join Scope International and to further train them continuously and systematically to develop their skills and achieve their full potential. We continuously search for recruits who exhibit our key values of customer orientation, entrepreneurial thinking, conscientiousness and reliability.

As a socially responsible company, we offer an attractive working environment; with an open and flexible employment philosophy, providing conducive working environments in an international setting, coupled with excellent career development prospects and a management culture that is based on an open dialogue.

The success of our corporate culture is reflected in low employee turnover and high functioning teams.

Early in our relationship, we identify the aptitudes of new hires and build on these to further develop personal strengths and optimal performance, which is achieved through training, coaching and continuous professional development in their chosen discipline.

Personnel development has a high priority at Scope International and serves to identify and promote employees who have the relevant skills, potential and understanding of the business to assume greater responsibility; so promotion is often from within the company. Targeted succession planning forms a key factor in retaining highly qualified employees and maintaining stability of the company; whilst offering individual employees the chance to develop their skills and achieve their ambitions. Coupled to this is an industry-competitive remuneration scheme with performance related pay and flexible working policies; empowering colleagues to achieve an effective work–life balance and encouraging goal oriented behaviors.

Our staff are kept up to date with company developments via regular updates and meetings.  Overall, the success of our corporate culture is reflected in low employee turnover and high functioning teams throughout the company; clearly different from our competitors, ensuring the high quality of our service delivery.

Training

Expertise is key to Scope International’s continued success. Extensive in-house training programs are provided for our employees and outside CROs, investigators and pharmaceutical/biotech industry professionals. These cover the whole clinical research spectrum – always up-to-date according to current global and local regulations and in line with Scope´s standard operating procedures.

Current vacancies

We are currently looking to fill the following vacancies:

We are looking for a Clinical Research Associate in Mannheim, Germany

Tasks & Responsibilities

  • Organization, coordination, administrative management and monitoring of clinical trials (phase I – IV), non-interventional studies, medical device studies according to ICH/GCP guidelines
  • Data review and source data verification
  • Ensure investigator compliance with protocol, study procedures, regulatory requirements and timelines
  • Interact directly with clinical sites, including clinical investigators and other health care professionals involved in the clinical study and maintain a positive rapport with each site
  • Collection of essential documents from site applicable for submission and trial master file
  • Oversight and support of sites with recruitment and retention strategies and perform motivational visits if needed
  • Site management and remote monitoring in order to support investigational sites

  • Solve problems and act pro-actively

Qualifications & Requirements

  • Medical/ nursing or life science degree
  • Minimum of 5 years experience in clinical monitoring
  • Monitoring in different indications and study types; experience with cancer trials or medical devices is preferable
  • Good knowledge of ICH-GCP guidelines and all applicable local regulations
  • Excellent organization and communication skills

Apply now.

We are looking for a Clinical Research Associate in Barcelona, Spain

Tasks & Responsibilities

  • Organization, coordination, administrative management and monitoring of clinical trials (phase I – IV), non-interventional studies, medical device studies according to ICH/GCP guidelines
  • Data review and source data verification
  • Ensure investigator compliance with protocol, study procedures, regulatory requirements and timelines
  • Interact directly with clinical sites, including clinical investigators and other health care professionals involved in the clinical study and maintain a positive rapport with each site
  • Collection of essential documents from site applicable for submission and trial master file
  • Oversight and support of sites with recruitment and retention strategies and perform motivational visits if needed
  • Site management and remote monitoring in order to support investigational sites

  • Solve problems and act pro-actively

Qualifications & Requirements

  • Medical/ nursing or life science degree
  • Preferably at least 1 year of experience in clinical monitoring
  • Monitoring in different indications and study types; experience with cancer trials or medical devices is preferable
  • Good knowledge of ICH-GCP guidelines and all applicable local regulations
  • Excellent organization and communication skills

Apply now.

We are looking for a Clinical Research Associate in Bolton, UK.

Tasks & Responsibilities

  • Organization, coordination, administrative management and monitoring of clinical trials (phase I – IV), non-interventional studies, medical device studies according to ICH/GCP guidelines
  • Data review and source data verification
  • Ensure investigator compliance with protocol, study procedures, regulatory requirements and timelines
  • Interact directly with clinical sites, including clinical investigators and other health care professionals involved in the clinical study and maintain a positive rapport with each site
  • Collection of essential documents from site applicable for submission and trial master file
  • Oversight and support of sites with recruitment and retention strategies and perform motivational visits if needed
  • Site management and remote monitoring in order to support investigational sites

  • Solve problems and act pro-actively

Qualifications & Requirements

  • Medical/ nursing or life science degree
  • Preferably at least 1 year of experience in clinical monitoring
  • Monitoring in different indications and study types; experience with cancer trials or medical devices is preferable
  • Good knowledge of ICH-GCP guidelines and all applicable local regulations
  • Excellent organization and communication skills

Apply now.

We are looking for a Clinical Research Associate in Paris, France

Tasks & Responsibilities

  • Organization, coordination, administrative management and monitoring of clinical trials (phase I – IV), non-interventional studies, medical device studies according to ICH/GCP guidelines
  • Data review and source data verification
  • Ensure investigator compliance with protocol, study procedures, regulatory requirements and timelines
  • Interact directly with clinical sites, including clinical investigators and other health care professionals involved in the clinical study and maintain a positive rapport with each site
  • Collection of essential documents from site applicable for submission and trial master file
  • Oversight and support of sites with recruitment and retention strategies and perform motivational visits if needed
  • Site management and remote monitoring in order to support investigational sites

  • Solve problems and act pro-actively

Qualifications & Requirements

  • Medical/ nursing or life science degree
  • Minimum of 2 years experience in clinical monitoring
  • Monitoring in different indications and study types; experience with cancer trials or medical devices is preferable
  • Good knowledge of ICH-GCP guidelines and all applicable local regulations
  • Excellent organization and communication skills

Apply now.

Contact us

For more information about Scope International or if you are interested in becoming a part of our team contact us.

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