Clinical Trial Associate - Job ID:4512

Candidate will manage clinical documents (TMFs)  from study set up to archiving for clinical trials.


BS/MS with 1 + years experience working with TMFs.



Candidates must live local and be a US Citizen or Green Card Holder


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