Clinical Operations Specialist

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Clinical Operations Specialist


TARGET PharmaSolutions is seeking an experienced Clinical Operations Specialist to join our growing team in Durham. The ideal applicant should have 3 years of Clinical support experience and will be responsible for providing regulatory guidance and clinical support, in addition to the responsibilities and qualities detailed below.




Provide regulatory essential document guidance to clinical sites and program team members in accordance with ICH/Good Clinical Practice (GCP) Guidelines, Code of Federal Regulations and company SOPs and requirements.  Provide operational support to the Clinical Program Teams.



Main Responsibilities


  1. Manage Essential Document completion and provide regulatory guidance to clinical sites and program team members during the start-up, maintenance and close-out phases of a study.
  2. Develop and negotiate Informed Consent development with clinical sites.
  3. Compile and distribute Site Regulatory Binders.
  4. Set-up Trial Master File (TMF), TMF filing and maintain documents by reviewing for accuracy and appropriateness for filing.
  5. Investigator Site File reviews and technical quality control activities in order to maintain complete and current versions of all essential regulatory documents during the course a study to ensure files are audit or FDA inspection ready.
  6. Coordinate Study Level Central IRB submissions via upload or email.
  7. Periodically update database.
  8. Audit and update clinical tracking systems.
  9. Perform operational tasks to support clinical operations teams with study execution as needed.
  10. Actively participate in collaborative efforts and clinical operational decision-making.
  11. Perform other duties as assigned.


Education & Experience


Bachelor’s Degree or Associates Degree with 3 years of experience as a Clinical Support specialist or Clinical Trial Assistant. Experience with ICF documents and clinical tracking systems.


Knowledge, Skills, Abilities       


Working knowledge of Microsoft Office.  General knowledge of FDA/EMEA regulations as well as ICH/GCP Guidelines. Excellent oral/written/interpersonal communication skills to communicate internally and externally. Excellent Microsoft Office skills.  Strong attention to detail. Ability to set priorities and work in a fast-paced, multi-study environment.


How to tell us about yourself

Send us an email with your resume and cover letter to

Applicants must be authorized to work in the United States without sponsorship. This position is only considering candidates that can work out of our Durham, NC office.