Careers

Cognitive Research Corporation is continually looking to acquire exceptional talent. If you are considering a career move and have experience in the clinical research industry or career field indicated, then we are eager to speak with you and help you decide if CRC is the right fit.

Join our growing team of experts and make an impact in this fast-paced industry.

Be proud of what you do.

At Cognitive Research Corporation, we pride ourselves on providing a vibrant professional climate for our team of valued employees. Our company culture prioritizes the mental health of our teams, and we understand that superior workers deserve superior work environments. That’s why we’re focused on supporting the mental health of our employees and maintaining a healthy work-life balance. If you’re ready to begin this exciting journey with us, please explore our open roles below.

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Work where you're valued and appreciated.

Be supported.

  • 401(k) Profit Sharing Plan & Roth IRA
  • Comprehensive healthcare
  • Vacation + Flexible PTO
  • Flexible workplace to support work-life balance
  • Helping employees master their profession

Open Positions

On-site, St. Petersburg, FL

The Clinical Project Financial Analyst is responsible for  ensuring proper invoicing,  reconciliation, and un-billed amounts for Clinical Trial Projects. Will work internally with Project Managers/Directors and Accounting as well as externally with Investigator sites and vendor account representatives.

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On-site, St. Petersburg, FL

The Receptionist/Data Entry is responsible for being the primary point of contact for all visitors to the office and callers on the phone. This person will handle and sort mail, postage on letters and packages, file regulatory documents, perform other administrative tasks, and assist with data entry projects.

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On-site, St. Petersburg, FL or Remote

The Medical Writer is responsible for the full scope of planning, writing, editing, and production of written research findings and regulatory documents. They are responsible for adherence  with established regulatory standards, standard operating procedures (SOPs), client standards, and company and/or client-approved standards.

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On-site, St. Petersburg, FL or Remote

The Sr. Director, Quality Assurance (QA) is responsible for leading the overall strategy and conduct of Quality Assurance services within CRC. This position reports to the President and works closely with the Executive Leadership Team to ensure that Quality Assurance activities are aligned with corporate goals. May serve as quality liaison and interact with Sponsors, CRC project teams, sites and vendors to  maintain compliance and industry standards.

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On-Site, St. Petersburg, FL or Remote (EST Preferred)

The Sr. Clinical Database Programmer manages and supports all functional tasks and project deliverables from single study assignments to large portfolio of studies. Manages multiple project timelines and deliverable whilst leading and mentoring less experienced programmers. Designs, writes, validates, and maintains databases to meet industry and CRC standard specifications. Serves as the senior technical subject matter expert by supporting staff in Electronic Data Capture (EDC), reporting, and processing tools. May work with IT to monitor internal and external hosted applications for performance and/or system errors. May have supervisory responsibility and/or oversight for a team of lead clinical programmers within a program.

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Remote, US Only

The Clinical Research Associate is responsible for tracking and maintaining study specific non-CRF databases and administrating clinical research projects. This is accomplished by collecting documentation, site management, clinical contact, and reviewing CRF’s. The CRA is also responsible for maintaining relationships with investigators.

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Remote, US Only

The Clinical Data Reviewer will work closely with the Data Manager or designee in order to have a comprehensive understanding of the trials supported and collaborate on the data cleaning and monitoring activities needed based on the Data Management Plan (DMP). Furthermore, the Clinical Data Reviewer must be able to identify effective ad hoc monitoring solutions in response to new or emergent scenarios while maintaining the quality and integrity of the data. Therefore, an ideal candidate will demonstrate a strong analytical and rigorous thought process. All changes to the clinical trial database are managed in line with the company’s quality management system and supported by the appropriate study documentation to guarantee compliance with regulatory authorities and/or the company’s Sponsors.

This position will interact daily with the Data Manager and Project Delivery resources of the company.

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