November 4, 2019: Job openings, upcoming industry conferences, webinars and academic programs

November 4, 2019

Twice monthly, CWWeekly provides featured listings of clinical research job openings, upcoming industry conferences and educational programs from JobWatch, CenterWatch’s online recruitment website for both clinical research employers and professionals.

  For conferences, webinars, training programs and job postings, join the LinkedIn JobWatch group.

More Jobs

Clinical Research Nurse
Baltimore, MD

Clinical Research Associate I / II
Work Remotely

Data Manager – Clinical Research
ACI Clinical
Bala Cynwyd, PA

Executive Assistant
WIRB-Copernicus Group (WCG)
Cary, NC

Principal Clinician
Munich, ND

Project Manager – Patient Recruitment
Eden Prairie, MN

Director, Project Management
Hamilton, NJ

Project Specialist
Plymouth Meeting, PA

Academic Programs
Upcoming Conference

NOVEMBER 13-15, 2019
ICH E6 GCP Interactive Workshops
Philadelphia, PA


NOVEMBER 14, 2019
PCORnet®, The National Patient-Centered Clinical Research Network
11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. EST

Discover how you can conduct efficient, patient-centric research, using a national resource.

NOVEMBER 19, 2019
ICH E8 Developments: Are You Sure You’re Up to Date?
1:30 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. EST

With ICH E8(R1) set to be adopted in June 2020, your planning, design and conduct of clinical trials will look different than they do today. Make sure you’re ready to implement the new guidelines. This webinar clarifies how.

NOVEMBER 26, 2019
Increase Compliance, Reduce Risk with Integrated Digital Solutions: Create a Connected System and Streamline Your Operations
1:30 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. EST

First to market: A coveted spot you aspire to reach in the crowded life sciences arena. You have multiple SOPs in place to improve efficiency and ease of use, in an effort to minimize wasted time and win that sought-after place. But you are far more likely to be first to market when your SOPs and digital solutions are integrated, ensuring nothing falls through the cracks. After all, if you don’t know there’s a problem, you can’t address it.