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MedQIA’s global team of life science experts are working to positively impact the health and quality of life of patients throughout the world. We endeavor to leverage technology to enable quality imaging coupled with our operational expertise to help our clients advance medical therapies to improve treatment outcomes. Our team partners with pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and device organizations to provide highly reliable, quality imaging data in support of clinical trials and radiology post-market services.

Join a team that values commitment, intellect, and integrity

MedQIA develops its patient-centric technology platform with the sole purpose of bringing the most effective drugs and medical device therapies for patient care. Join us in redefining the future of imaging trials and radiology decision support services.

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Medical, dental and vision coverage, FSA, HSA Life Insurance and Short-term disability

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Wellness

Paid Vacation, Sick and Personal time-off Flexible work schedule and Work From Home opportunities

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401(k) matching

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Open Positions

MedQIA brings cutting-edge image analysis technology to Clinical Trials and Radiological Decision Support services. We understand that innovative and talented professionals are the key to deliver the best science and high-quality service. At MedQIA, you will find bright people from a variety of disciplines working together to change the way imaging is used in Clinical Trials and Radiological Decision Support services

Regional Clinical Coordinator II (Remote Independent Contractor) - Hong Kong or Shang Hai China

Part-time, Independent Contract

DESCRIPTION:

Responsible for site management and all applicable aspects, or designated areas, of a project.

REPORTS TO:
Director of Clinical Operations

RESPONSIBILITIES & ACCOUNTABILITIES

  • Manages all clinical sites within delegated region for the entire scope of the study.
  • Identifies project expectations and ensures required activities and documentation occur and are appropriately maintained.
  • Operates within the project parameters while ensuring compliance with applicable regulatory, internal and project-specific requirements.
  • May serve as the primary liaison with sponsor and sponsor-designated representatives.
  • Communicates with either the sponsor (or designee) or directly with clinical sites to coordinate personnel training and equipment credentialing, as well as assessment of data transfer capabilities.
  • Oversees project activities, ensures protocol adherence and addresses non-compliance issues, as appropriate.
  • May write or contribute to standard operating procedure documentation.
  • Provides the necessary training or coordinates with personnel, to provide clinical site training.
  • May be required to travel for Investigator meetings, trainings, or other meetings/events per request
  • Performs and/or participates in internal and external project-related audits and audit- related activities. Attends and/or presents at meetings with sponsors.
  • Performs other departmental activities as needed and upon request.
  • Able to work 40-60 +/- hours a month

 

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:

  • Requires undergraduate degree or certificate, preferably in science, business or related field
  • A minimum of 5 years of experience with Medical Device, Pharmaceutical and/or Clinical Research Industry, required.
  • Working knowledge of regulations and standards related to clinical trial management for medical drugs and devices (such as GCP, FDA 21 CFR 320 and 812).
  • Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and experience using database software.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills.
  • Excellent Organizational skills and attention to detail.
  • Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work with deadlines and manage multiple priorities.

To apply please send your CV with cover letter to hr@medqia.com and let us know why you feel you would be a great fit for this position, and asset to our team.

Regional Clinical Coordinator II (Remote Independent Contractor) – Germany

Part-time, Contract

ROLE: Regional Clinical Coordinator II (Remote Independent Contractor) – Germany

DESCRIPTION: Responsible for site management and all applicable aspects, or designated areas, of a project within their region.

REPORTS TO: Director of Clinical Operations

RESPONSIBILITIES & ACCOUNTABILITIES

  • Manages all clinical sites within delegated region for the entire scope of the study.
  • Identifies project expectations and ensures required activities and documentation occur and are appropriately maintained.
  • Operates within the project parameters while ensuring compliance with applicable regulatory, internal and project-specific requirements.
  • May serve as the primary liaison with sponsor and sponsor-designated representatives.
  • Communicates with either the sponsor (or designee) or directly with clinical sites to coordinate personnel training and equipment credentialing, as well as assessment of data transfer capabilities.
  • Oversees project activities, ensures protocol adherence and addresses non-compliance issues, as appropriate.
  • May write or contribute to standard operating procedure documentation.
  • Provides the necessary training or coordinates with personnel, to provide clinical site training.
  • May be required to travel for Investigator meetings, trainings, or other meetings/events per request
  • Performs and/or participates in internal and external project-related audits and audit- related activities. Attends and/or presents at meetings with sponsors.
  • Performs other departmental activities as needed and upon request.
  • Able to work 40-60 +/- hours a month

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:

  • Requires undergraduate degree or certificate, preferably in science, business or related field
  • A minimum of 5 years of experience with Medical Device, Pharmaceutical and/or Clinical Research Industry, required.
  • Working knowledge of regulations and standards related to clinical trial management for medical drugs and devices (such as GCP, FDA 21 CFR 320 and 812).
  • Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and experience using database software.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills.
  • Excellent Organizational skills and attention to detail.
  • Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work with deadlines and manage multiple priorities.

To apply please send your CV with cover letter to Hr@Medqia.Com and let us know why you feel you would be a great fit for this position, and asset to our team.

Regional Clinical Coordinator II (Remote Independent Contractor) – France

Part-time, Contract

ROLE: Regional Clinical Coordinator II (Remote Independent Contractor) – France

DESCRIPTION: Responsible for site management and all applicable aspects, or designated areas, of a project within their region.

REPORTS TO: Director of Clinical Operations

RESPONSIBILITIES & ACCOUNTABILITIES

  • Manages all clinical sites within delegated region for the entire scope of the study.
  • Identifies project expectations and ensures required activities and documentation occur and are appropriately maintained.
  • Operates within the project parameters while ensuring compliance with applicable regulatory, internal and project-specific requirements.
  • May serve as the primary liaison with sponsor and sponsor-designated representatives.
  • Communicates with either the sponsor (or designee) or directly with clinical sites to coordinate personnel training and equipment credentialing, as well as assessment of data transfer capabilities.
  • Oversees project activities, ensures protocol adherence and addresses non-compliance issues, as appropriate.
  • May write or contribute to standard operating procedure documentation.
  • Provides the necessary training or coordinates with personnel, to provide clinical site training.
  • May be required to travel for Investigator meetings, trainings, or other meetings/events per request
  • Performs and/or participates in internal and external project-related audits and audit- related activities. Attends and/or presents at meetings with sponsors.
  • Performs other departmental activities as needed and upon request.
  • Able to work 40-60 +/- hours a month

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:

  • Requires undergraduate degree or certificate, preferably in science, business or related field
  • A minimum of 5 years of experience with Medical Device, Pharmaceutical and/or Clinical Research Industry, required.
  • Working knowledge of regulations and standards related to clinical trial management for medical drugs and devices (such as GCP, FDA 21 CFR 320 and 812).
  • Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and experience using database software.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills.
  • Excellent Organizational skills and attention to detail.
  • Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work with deadlines and manage multiple priorities.

To apply please send your CV with cover letter to Hr@Medqia.Com and let us know why you feel you would be a great fit for this position, and asset to our team.

Imaging CRA I

Full Time

JOB TITLE: Imaging CRA I

DEPARTMENT: Clinical Operations

DESCRIPTION: Responsible for project team support and/or management of designated areas, for all aspects of clinical operations.

REPORTS TO:  Director of Clinical Operations

RESPONSIBILITIES & ACCOUNTABILITIES

  • Manages all assigned clinical sites within delegated region for entire scope of study.
  • May act as the Project Lead, managing all aspects of assigned projects or designated area.
  • Identifies project expectations and ensures required activities and documentation occur and are appropriately maintained.
  • Operates within the project parameters while ensuring compliance with applicable regulatory, internal and project-specific requirements.
  • Ensures protocol adherence and addresses non-compliance issues, as appropriate.
  • Participates in the writing of standard operating procedure documentation related to project management.
  • Assists with identification and collection of departmental metrics.
  • Assists with project billing related activities and requests
  • Participates in the training of personnel and study sites and sponsors.
  • May be required to host and/or present in operational meetings with sites and/or sponsor
  • Responsible for preparing presentation and meeting materials and/or documentation.
  • May serve as the primary liaison with sponsor and sponsor-designated representatives.
  • May communicate directly with either the sponsor (or designee) or directly with clinical sites to coordinate personnel training and equipment credentialing, as well as assessment of data transfer capabilities.
  • May be required to participate in internal and external project-related audits and audit-related activities.
  • May be required to travel for Investigator meetings, trainings, or other meetings/events per request
  • Performs other departmental activities as needed and upon request.

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE

  • Undergraduate degree or certificate in science, business, or related field preferred.
  • At least 2-3 years of Medical Device, Pharmaceutical and/or within the Clinical Research Industry, preferred.
  • Working knowledge of regulations and standards related to clinical trial management for medical drugs and devices (GCP, FDA 21 CFR 320 and 812, recommended).
  • Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and experience using database software.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills.

To apply please send your CV with cover letter to hr@medqia.com  and let us know why you feel you would be a great fit for this position, and asset to our team.

Image Analyst I

Full Time

JOB TITLE: Image Analyst I

DEPARTMENT: Image Management

DESCRIPTION: Performs image import and quality control (QC) and prepares image data for analysis using the Company’s Imaging Biomarker Information System.

REPORTS TO: Director of Clinical Operations

RESPONSIBILITIES & ACCOUNTABILITIES:

  • Performs image intake and preparation tasks based on priorities set by functional leads.
  • Receives and imports image data into the Company database.
  • Performs QC of image data and forms to ensure adherence with imaging parameters.
  • Prepares image data for quantitative and visual image analysis.
  • Extracts and records relevant information from clinical records and image data.
  • Organizes and maintains databases, trackers and filing systems.
  • Generates and reports image and output data questions and software anomalies.
  • Proctors Clinical Readers during image read activities and ensures the progression of daily read.
  • Assists with the operational management of studies as needed and upon request.
  • Participates and presents at Company meetings as needed and upon request.
  • Provides training and demonstrations on the use of the Company Information System.
  • Participates output data review and resolution as needed and upon request.
  • Participates in computer system acceptance testing as needed and upon request.
  • Performs other departmental and study-related activities as needed and upon request.

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE

  • Requires undergraduate degree or certification, preferably in a science or medical-related field.
  • Experience in a clinical research-related field, with familiarity of MRI, or CT/x-ray technology preferred.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills.
  • Strong interpersonal skills, organizational skills and attention to detail.
  • Ability to work with deadlines and manage multiple priorities.

To apply for this position, please send us your CV with cover letter to hr@medqia.com