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Study Director

Education/Years Experience Requires a Ph.D. or M.S. in pharmacology, toxicology, or closely related discipline, or DVM and a minimum of 2 years of relevant experience.  CROexperience and DABT are required. Job Requirements/Core Requirements Exhibit excellent communication, interpersonal and technical writing skills. Study direction of GLP general toxicology studies Working knowledge of GLP requirements and various international regulatory guidances relevant to drug development. Initiate, monitor, and oversee general toxicology studies. Interpret study results and author study reports. Maintain knowledge of study types used to support drug safety assessments. Maintain and facilitate communication with sponsors and management Departmental Competencies Serve as a Study Director for GLP and non-GLP studies, interpret data and integrate results into the main study report Provide scientific contribution to the Drug Safety operating unit. Facilitate projects to meet client program milestones Perform activities in compliance with GLPs and departmental Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs). Corporate Competencies Maintain Personal Documentation Record (curriculum vitae, job description, training record) Facilitate cooperation between Drug Safety and other units. Identify and develop new business ventures. Adhere to corporate Environmental and Occupational Safety policies. Independence Ability to work with minimal supervision. Provide status updates to account managers, clients and management We offer a competitive salary along with a comprehensive benefit plan.
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
Less than 5 years

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