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Our commitment to customer satisfaction is what drives our dedication to finding individuals who are highly motivated, creative, skilled, open, and honest. When searching for the right people, both cultural fit and work experience are very important to us. Our insistence on the right people helps keep us at the forefront of our industry. At ResearchPoint Global, you will find experienced leadership that encourages participation in every step of clinical development.

Our people are our most important asset because how well we develop our team is a direct reflection on how well we are perceived in the marketplace

–John Farinacci, CEO and Founder, ResearchPoint Global

We are not only looking for proven skill sets, but also for candidates that fit well within our culture. To apply for one of the positions below, please follow the instructions as indicated.

IT/Training Technician

Description:

The IT/Training Technician based in the Austin office with the following primary responsibilities:

Performing network, computer, and peripheral support functions that are necessary for supporting users and minimize downtime

Managing administration for an established Clinical Trial Management System via internet technologies

Implementing and operating a chosen Training Management System/Learning Management System and overseeing input, content, and reporting for the system

Operating and administering IBM Notes environment focusing on processes that hire and terminate staff members, developing and managing databases for active projects, and coordinating electronic mail and calendaring functions

Aiding in the documentation of processes and procedures for conducting tasks regarding management, operation, and administration of RPG supported systems

Coordinating and maintaining training records, providing up-to-date training metrics, records and reports

Performing facilities tasks to provide access to facility (security), systems (technology), and telephony

Requirements:

Bachelor’s degree preferred; high school diploma and a minimum of 2 years technology or product related experience, administrative experience, or other relevant work experience required

Ability to interact with internal and external customers professionally, using clear communication from the perspective of the customer and focusing on customer service

Demonstrated knowledge of Windows servers and desktop products; preference likely given to those with Microsoft network certifications

Knowledge or function and operation of IBM Notes desired

Must have high level of adaptability as task requirement and priorities change quickly

Should be knowledgeable in data collection, management and analysis and in related problem solving

Should exhibit concise technical writing skills, in English, with minimal grammatical or logical errors

Ability to work productively within detail-oriented environment with excellent communication to supervisor and co-workers

To apply for the above positions, please submit your résumé or curriculum vitae (CV) to careers@researchpoint.com.

Clinical Research Associate/Regional CRAs

Description:

The clinical research associate position may be at our office or home-office-based.  Primary responsibilities include:

Conducting site visits to determine protocol and regulatory compliance 

Preparing required site visit and documentation reports

Developing collaborative relationships with investigative sites and customer company personnel

Requirements:

Bachelor’s degree in life science, nursing, a related field or equivalent experience

A minimum of two years of monitoring experience or two years clinical experience in medical research, nursing or the pharmaceutical industry

Knowledge of GCPs and FDA regulatory requirement and guidelines for clinical monitoring

Effective clinical monitoring skills, management skills or core therapeutic expertise

Experience conducting qualification, initiation, interim and close-out visits 

Position involves extensive travel (about 50% of work time)

To apply for the above positions, please submit your résumé or curriculum vitae (CV) to careers@researchpoint.com.

Critical Care Clinical Research Associate

Description:

The clinical research associate position may be at our Austin office or home-office-based.  Primary responsibilities include:

Conducting site visits to determine protocol and regulatory compliance 

Preparing required site visit and documentation reports

Developing collaborative relationships with investigative sites and customer company personnel

Requirements:

Bachelor’s degree in life sciences, nursing, a related field or equivalent experience

A minimum of two to three years of monitoring experience or two to three years clinical experience in medical research, nursing or the pharmaceutical industry

A minimum of two years in critical care required; global study experience preferred

Knowledge of GCP, ICH, and FDA regulatory requirements and guidelines for clinical monitoring

Effective clinical monitoring skills, management skills or core therapeutic expertise

Experience conducting qualification, initiation, interim and close-out visits 

Position involves extensive travel (50% of work time or more)

To apply for the above positions, please submit your résumé or curriculum vitae (CV) to careers@researchpoint.com.

Business Development Manager

Description:

The business development manager will be working in our Austin, Texas office to solicit and secure new business and help maintain current levels of client satisfaction through ongoing account management.  Primary responsibilities include:

Working with team and on own to identify and pursue new business opportunities at pharmaceutical, biotech, specialty pharma, diagnostic, and medical device companies, resulting in requests for proposals (RFPs) and contract awards.

Developing and presenting respective Company’s capabilities and coordinating face-to-face and teleconference meetings with new and existing clients.

Maintaining client relationships through all stages of the procurement process: identifying deliverables, management of timelines to support client RFPs, planning and coordinating bid defenses, and facilitating contract negotiations.

Representing the company at trade shows and conferences and following up on marketing initiatives in assigned territory with the intent of securing repeat and new business opportunities.

Being responsible for the client and opportunity data collection in SalesForce.com and maintaining the integrity of the system.

Requirements:

Bachelor’s degree preferred.

Minimum of 2 years in business development and/or clinical operations role, preferably with a full-service CRO.

Excellent planning, organizational, and presentation skills. Exhibits strong sales acumen with proven performance history.  Able to thrive in a stressful, deadline-driven environment with multiple priorities.

Proficiency in MS Office, especially PowerPoint, and SalesForce or similar customer relationship management system and have a high level of attention to detail.

Confident, highly independent, self-starter with the ability to identify viable business opportunities and communicate clearly and concisely with internal and external clients both orally and written throughout the sales cycle.

Outstanding presentation skills; demonstration may be part of the interview process.

Ability to travel on a regular basis for business.

To apply for the above positions, please submit your résumé or curriculum vitae (CV) to careers@researchpoint.com.

Experienced Research Associate

Description:

The experienced research associate position will be working in our Austin, Texas office to provide administrative and data support to clinical research projects.  Primary responsibilities include:

Establish and/or maintain tracking procedures for projects.

Manage and update project tracking tools, metrics, computer databases, and meeting minutes.

Assist clinical research team members with document collection from investigative sites.

Perform quality control functions, including review of master study files and data management files and listings reviews.

Initiate selected start-up materials following established procedures for new projects, including CRF design, monitoring tools, and clinical database setup activities.

 

Requirements:

Bachelor’s Degree in life sciences preferred.

Minimum of three (3) years as a Research Associate preferred; will consider candidates with three years of experience in a clinical research environment or the equivalent experience.

Intermediate to advanced skills in MS Office and electronic data capture (EDC) system(s).

Can review regulatory documents in advance of Quality Assurance review with a high level of accuracy, strong attention to detail, good analytical skills, and can take appropriate action on own.

Ability to work productively, organize workload, handle multiple priorities, coach and mentor team members, and build rapport.

Demonstrate flexibility and adaptability and able to solve problems independently and with a positive demeanor.

Excellent verbal and written communication skills, and ability to interact with internal and external customers and sites professionally.

 

To apply for the above positions, please submit your résumé or curriculum vitae (CV) to careers@researchpoint.com.

ResearchPoint Global is an Equal Opportunity Employer. ResearchPoint Global does not discriminate against any employee or applicant on the basis of age, gender, sexual orientation, race, religion, nationality, ethnicity, veteran status, the presence of disability, or other legally protected status.