Sr. Clinical Trial Associate (CTA)

Location Antwerp, Belgium
Discipline: Biotechnology
Job type: Permanent
Contact name: Cherish Becker

Contact email:
Job ref: 10650
Published: about 1 month ago

The Sr. CTA is a key member of the clinical trial team and contributes to all stages of the clinical development programs. From this position there is a potential to grow and develop yourself towards clinical trial management. Therefore, this position will require a pro-active mindset and a hands-on mentality. The Sr. CTA should be ready to be challenged and will be exposed to all aspects of clinical trial execution.


  • Clinical Trial Execution
  • Contact person / link between (some) study site(s) personnel, CRO(‘s) and other vendors
  • Support in designing study procedures and manuals
  • Support CRO in country and site selection, qualification and start-up procedures.
  • Provide country and site oversight during the execution of the trial, including accompanied site visits
  • Set up and support logistic organization, i.e. IMP or Lab
  • Review protocols, IB’s, CRF’s, SAP’s, tables/listings, statistical reports, study reports and publications as needed
  • Participate in clinical development team(s)
  • Assist the Clinical Trial Manager/Director with timeline maintenance and overall study needs
  • Present study plans, updates and outcomes both internally and externally (e.g. during investigator meetings)
  • Assist/Manage with budget of studies or ancillary vendors
  • Support the management, tracking and QC of the Trial Master File (TMF), i.e. set up and maintenance in line with ICH/GCP


  • Minimum Bachelor’s degree; medical or related degree preferred
  • 2-5 years of relevant industry experience within clinical development
  • Strong organizational skills, and effective communication across all levels within an organization
  • Solid understanding of the responsibilities and needs of other functions in a clinical trial
  • Computer skills: recent and active knowledge of MS Office applications
  • Extensive knowledge of current ICH-GCP regulations, knowledge of ATMP preferred
  • Fluent in English, verbal and written

Your core competencies:

  • Accurate with an eye for detail
  • Enthusiastic and proactive attitude
  • Willing and able to travel when requested and necessary
  • Flexible and adaptive
  • Networking/Relationship management
  • Development: Learning orientated and able to continuously self-improve
  • Able to think creatively and provide innovative solutions to (non-)standard problems.
  • Capable to solve day-to-day problems and to take responsibility for decisions.
  • Able to work with/around sensitive and confidential information


For more information please contact me at:  +31 (0)20 20 44 502 or