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Study Start Up Associate I ( Informed Consent Forms )

Study Start Up Associate I (Informed Consent Forms) We are looking for someone with Informed Consent Form review experience (ICF Reviewer) to join our Study Start Up group.  Our Study Start Up associates are integral in ensuring that physicians at research sites are prepared to start the trial of investigational, new pharmaceutical and biological products for clinical trials at their local practices.   As a Study Start Up Associate at ICON working as an Informed Consent Form Reviewer your main role is to review Informed Consent Forms and negotiate language as needed.  You will assist in the drafting of ICF country templates for the United States and Canada, which are then distributed to study sites to make edits depending on their local IRB requirements and SOPs. You will review and negotiate these changes and potentially liaise with other stakeholders like the sponsor, legal, or the clinical team to ensure that changes to the ICF are acceptable.   We are looking for associates who have a background in clinical research at a CRO, Pharmaceutical company, study site, or who have worked at an IRB. Your experience must include performing ICF review as an essential function of the job.  A bachelor's degree in the life sciences is preferred.      We are a company of 13,500 employees in forty countries globally.  We differentiate ourselves by developing innovative solutions to bring life-saving drugs to market faster and in a more cost-effective way to foster better patient outcomes.  We are a top five clinical research organization with solid earnings and growth potential.  Our belief in excellence is our core value in all that we do for our sponsor partners and the patients that we serve.  As a company we strive to exceed our customers' expectations in drug development solutions.   Reference: 052855
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