Overview

Job Overview:

As part of an expansion of our Crop Protection & Chemicals (CP&C) capabilities in the US we have an exciting opportunity for Study Coordinator Crop Protection & Chemicals (CP&C) to join our team in Greenfield, IN.

In this position you be part of team that is focused on maintaining good plant health and increasing global crop yields to feed an ever growing global population. From physicochemical testing to complex safety assessment and through to submission and approval.

Study Coordinator Crop Protection will apply their knowledge in Agronomy and Toxicology by coordinating the activities of routine and non-routine studies, in compliance with the appropriate company standards, GLP and regulatory guidelines in a timely, efficient manner. General assistance to Study Directors will be an essential part of the role and additional non study specific support may be given to key clients. Additional daily duties may include support of other functions within Safety Assessment and will include training and mentoring of other Study Coordinators. Common duties include but not limited to;

  • Provides support for toxicology studies, including prestudy tasks (e.g., protocol development, costing, scheduling), monitoring the inlife progress of assigned studies, and interacting with clients including prestudy tasks (e.g., protocol development, costing, scheduling), monitoring the in life progress of assigned studies, and interacting with clients.
  • Serves as administrative backup for Study Directors on day to day study-specific activities or tasks.
  • Coordinates the study award process as applicable, coordinates the efforts of a study team to become a successful project manager.
  • Will plans, prioritize, and manage a workload and the associated responsibilities.
  • Serves as a contact in communication and interactions with other departments and clients, with assistance as applicable.
  • Maintains complete, organized, and current study files including study schedule, protocol, and applicable correspondence.
  • Schedules and participates in preinitiation and other study-related meetings, as required, and takes and distributes preinitiation meeting minutes.
  • Drafts and submits appropriate documents to the IACUC/AWERB for approval
  • Verifies the project schedule accurately reflects the requirements of the protocol and monitors progress and status of assigned studies.
  • Addresses and reviews quality assurance audits relating to protocols and amendments and reports (as applicable), with oversight. Follows up with appropriate personnel to ensure all necessary document/data clarifications are completed in the specified timeliness.

Why Labcorp Drug Development?  

  • See why FORTUNE magazine has named Labcorp as one of the Worlds Most Admired Companies for 3 years in a row!
  • Full time position with outstanding benefits that begin the first of the month
  • 24 days of PTO the first year with outstanding growth potential
  • You work will contribute to our mission to advance health and power clear and confident decisions.

Education/Qualifications:

Bachelor’s degree in Agronomy, Biology or related science field along with

2 or more years of experience Crop Protection and Chemical studies or Toxicology studies higher preferred but not required. Experience may be a substitute for educating and/or MS in Agronomy or related field and 1 year of research experience,

Experience:

2 or more years of experience Crop Protection and Chemical studies or Toxicology studies preferred but not required.

1+ years of experience working with animal research highly preferred but not required.

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Labcorp is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer:

As an EOE/AA employer, the organization will not discriminate in its employment practices due to an applicant’s race, age, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or veteran status.

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