Job title : CRA II
Location : England
Job type : Permanent
Salary : £30000 - £40000 per annum + Car Allowance
Contact name : Crystal Leung
Contact number : +44 (0) 207 255 6600
Contact email :
SEC Life Sciences is working with a global CRO that specialises in Phases II and III who seeks qualified CRA IIs. This is a full-time permanent home-based role in the UK. The company is open to individuals that come from NHS and academia backgrounds as long as you have 18 months of on-site UK monitoring experience! Reach out to Crystal at to apply - they are interviewing ASAP!

There are 2-3 positions open and the CRA II will need to be able to travel regionally across the UK. On top of a competitive base salary, there will be a car allowance and travel expenses will be covered as well. Most importantly, they offer a structured career pathway!

This global CRO is a leading Contract Research Organisation with more than 25 years in the industry, offering a perfect balance between stability and innovation to both clients and employees. We focus on delivering quality and on-time services across a variety of therapeutic indications.

As a CRA II, you will work on the frontline of communication with project stakeholders, ensuring timelines, targets and standards of clinical research projects in a variety of therapeutic indications. You will build and maintain relationships with clinical sites and investigators. Your focus will be on subjects' rights, safety and well-being and quality of data compliance.

This is a remote role.


-Conducting and reporting all types of onsite monitoring visits
-Driving the study startup phase (if applicable)
-Performing CRF reviews, source document verification and query resolution
-Be responsible for site communication and management
-Supervising study activities, timelines, and schedules for each site
-Acting as a point of contact for in-house support services and vendors
-Supporting quality control, such as compliance monitoring and reports review
-Participating in feasibility research
-Supporting the regulatory team in preparing documents for study submissions and regulatory approval

-BSc or MSc in Life Sciences (or similar), or an equivalent combination of education, training & experience
-18 months independent on-site monitoring experience in the UK, ideally on multiple projects at a time
-Demonstrable experience in all types of monitoring visits in Phase II and/or III
-Strong written and verbal communication skills
-Experience supporting Oncology studies is beneficial, but not essential
-Intermediate to Advanced knowledge of MS Office
-Ability to plan, multitask and work in a dynamic team environment
-Communication, collaboration, and problem-solving skills are essential
-As you will be monitoring multiple sites, you must have a full and clean driver's license, and the ability to travel.

Make the right call and take your career to a whole new level. Join the company that focuses on its people and invests in their professional development and success. Our recruitment process is easy and straightforward, and we'll be there with you every step of the way. We will guide and support you with information, making your experience as smooth as possible.