California Clinical Trials, a leader in the Research Industry, has a great oportunity for the
Job Title: Contracts Coordinator
Department: Clinical Operations
Purpose of Job:
Works closely with the Sr. VP, Clinical Operations to implement business and operational
strategies such as sponsor budget and contract negotiations, participate in protocol design
decisions, and form alliances with all clinical divisions.
Including but not limited to the following and other duties as may be assigned:
Clinical Operations: In conjunction with Sr. VP, Clinical Operations and Clinical Department
Managers will help explore potential upcoming studies for feasibility and profitability at
Business Development: Together with the Business Development team, responds to all requests
for proposals/requests for information including budgets; and negotiates budget/contractual
issues with clients with oversight from Sr. VP, Clinical Operations.
Business Development: In combination with Business Development, assists with the development
of company presentation materials including internet presence; and may represent company to
clients through presentations, meetings, conferences.
Business Development: Enters and keeps data current in Business Development software including
sponsor contact information, upcoming meetings and key facts necessary for the Business
Development team. Support the Business Development team by researching compounds in
development and sponsor activity.
Determines the necessity for the creation of Clinical Operating Guidelines (COGs); oversees
and approves the review, revision and/or retirement of COGs. Upon approval, oversees the
training and implementation of COGs.
Maintains and updates knowledge of COGs and their proper application.
All other duties as assigned.
Demonstrated leadership ability.
Prior investigative site management, clinical and/or coordination experiences a plus.
BS/MS in a related science, BSN, RN or MBA is preferred.
Intimate working knowledge of investigative site operations, budgets and contracts.
Extensive knowledge of pharmaceutical client companies and client company needs as related to
an investigative site.
Knowledge of the Regulatory environment.
Computer proficiency required.
Travel may be required.
Competencies and Best Practice for High Performers:
Demonstrated Leadership ability.
Extensive knowledge of investigative site operations and pharmaceutical client companies and
client company needs as related to an investigative site.