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Clinical Contracts Associate (DU/FR/EN)

For one of our clients, a medical device company, we are looking for a Clinical Contract Associate to come on board and join their Clinical Contract EMEA team.

Job Description

As Clinical Contracts Associate, you will work from our client's office in Brussels and you will report to the Manager Clinical Contracts EMEA region, based in Germany.
You are responsible and accountable for preparation, negotiation and signature of clinical contracts (including budgets) and amendments in the assigned region, adapts templates to geography and country requirements.

  • You create, prepare, review and edit contracts, master agreements, work orders, and amendments of a medium complexity level.
  • You work with Legal and other stakeholders (Compliance, Clinical Quality) on contract language such as indemnification, subject injury language, intellectual property rights, confidentiality, compensation, and other similar matters.
  • In compliance with Company policies, applicable regulations, Legal Department, you negotiate with research sites.
  • You act as an interface and point of contact with the site and the project team regarding contractual issues; resolves issues and communicates approach.
  • You negotiate directly with research sites and ensures that the clinical trial site budgets are in accordance with the clinical protocol requirements and client's policies.
  • You seek appropriate approvals from management for budget items in excess of department compliance policy with applicable justification documents
  • You network with the Legal Team to assure compliance with laws and client's policy.
  • You advise manager regarding potential issues. You work in conjunction with manager to ensure contractual requirements and timelines are met; ensure adherence to those timelines; communicate milestones and commitments
  • Bachelor's degree or master's degree in Life Sciences or any other orientation with a first experience in clinical trials.
  • Fluent in English
  • Soft skills : proactivity and adaptability are key.
  • Existing right to work in Europe is required
Contract information
  • Permanent contract with Oxford Global Resources
  • On-site/Remote : 4 days/week on-site + 1 day/week homebased
  • Flexibility in term of working schedule
  • Full-time

Vacancy number : 24330