Principal Consultant - Nonclinical Regulatory Strategy - RemoteParexelTrenton, NJActively participates in account planning for key clients Education - MD or PhD required Language Skills - At least fluent vocal and written English Minimum Work Experience - Numerous years experience with expert level regulatory knowledge in nonclinical development/toxicology with significant experience conducting gap analysis, developing regulatory strategy, preparing and/or reviewing nonclinical sections of US regulatory submissions, etc.Remote
Medical Writer II - RemotePAREXELOrlando, FLKnowledge and Experience: Demonstrated understanding of clinical research, the drug development process, and industry guidelines and regulations, e.g., ICH-GCP. Extensive clinical/scientific writing skills.Remote
Senior Medical Writer - RemotePAREXELOrlando, FLKnowledge and Experience: Demonstrated understanding of clinical research, the drug development process, and industry guidelines and regulations, e.g., ICH-GCP. Accountable to provide document-specific advice to clients.Remote
Senior Medical Writer - RemotePAREXELObetz, OHKnowledge and Experience: Demonstrated understanding of clinical research, the drug development process, and industry guidelines and regulations, e.g., ICH-GCP.Accountable to provide document-specific advice to clients.Remote
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Quality Specialist I - 2nd ShiftPAREXELQuakertown, PAJob DescriptionParexel is looking for a Quality Specialist I to perform Quality Control tasks in depot and warehouse operations in our North America Distribution Center (NADC), located in Quakertown, PA. This role undertakes local quality management tasks as described in Parexel controlled documents.
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