CK Clinical, the leading pharmaceutical recruiter, have recently conducted a short poll of our specialist clinical research recruiters in order to find out what the most commonly asked questions at a clinical research interview are.
The main areas that are most likely to be covered in a clinical research interview are as follows:
You may be asked to give examples of when you have worked in a team.
You may also be asked to give examples of when you have engaged in conflict resolution and when this has lead to a positive outcome.
Time management skills
Clinical Research work is often driven by time frames and deadlines so it is important that you can demonstrate in your interview that you are competent in time management in the workplace.
It is likely that you will be asked about your experience and knowledge of GCP and how this has impacted on your work on a day-to-day basis.