Retina Mobility Testing Associate

Location: Andover, MA
Job Code: 154
# of openings: 1

Description

Who is Ora and who are our employees:

 

At Ora, we strive to deliver exceptional service by hiring driven team players that are intellectually curious, eager to learn, pursue growth, and have the stamina to make an impact in our fast-paced environment.   Our team is made up of leaders who have successfully built numerous companies in life sciences and beyond. We are a family-founded organization that is an industry leader and innovator in the CRO space that enjoys a board of life-science thought leaders.

 

We value high performance teams, and we want to work with people that embody our foundational competencies:

  • Innovative: We believe that re-thinking the status quo is imperative and that new ideas can and should come from everyone on the team.
  • Collaborative: Every interaction, whether with a client or a colleague, should be impactful, respectful and leave them excited to work with you again.
  • Execution-Oriented and Accountable: The kind of change that is necessary will not come without breaking a few eggs, so we have the courage to be adventurous and try new things, but we also admit when something is not working, own it and do it better the next time.

 

 

Summary of Position:

 

As a Retina Mobility Testing Associate at Ora, you will be on a team of like-minded individuals serving as a primary contact to both internal and external personnel. You will host a multitude of different functions including traveling to clinical sites ensuring trials are properly set up, executed, and managed.

 

 

Primary Responsibilities:

 

  • Purchasing of clinical trial materials and supplies
  • Manage Inventory Control System
  • Coordinate with couriers on international shipments
  • Interface with site personnel on various functions
  • Manage Site staff on overall study progression
  • Coordinate international / domestic travel

 

 

To Land This Job, You Should Have:

 

  • A strong interest in clinical studies and enjoy interacting with patients
  • A desire to travel domestic and international 50% of the time
  • The ability to work a flexible schedule
  • Excellent communication and organizational skills
  • Strong research experience is preferable
  • A team player attitude
  • A bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and or life sciences is preferable
  • A passport
  • Strong experience in Microsoft Office Platforms

 

 

What You’ll Love About Ora:

 

  • Competitive Salary – Along with the opportunity to make overtime pay.
  • Travel Perks – Build your mileage while you travel the world with us, many of our Site   Operation Associates are Diamond Members of their preferred airline and are Platinum Elite hotel members.
  • Great Company Culture – We encourage our employees to demonstrate creativity, innovation, and collaboration. We work together, are friends with one another, and even run competitive races together.
  • Health Benefits – Ora is committed to our employees’ health and overall wellness. We offer fitness reimbursement, a generous vacation policy, robust health insurance, and 401k programs.
  • Diversity and Inclusion – We strive to hire and create a diverse employee group because we believe diversity creates stronger teams, generates fresh ideas, and drives our success.

 

 

 

 

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