Company: Barrington James Scientific
Location: cs med
Reference: cs med
Closing Date: 02 Jan 17
Type: Full Time
Salary (£): Competitive
The Global Director Clinical Development, Infectious Disease is the internal scientific expert in the disease area and scientific aspects of the competitive landscape. This is the perfect opportunity for an experienced medical specialist within the field of Infectious Disease to enter into a senior position within an organisation which medium size and has a successful pipeline for growth.
Play a key role in clinical study planning and execution through the development lifecycle starting with the creation of the Clinical Development Plan (CDP) and clinical study protocol synopsis, input into the clinical study protocol and Clinical Study Report and Clinical sections of the CTD for regulatory submissions, while working collaboratively with the cross-functional Clinical Team to assess study data, integrate summaries of safety and efficacy, risk / benefit assessments, etc.
Main Areas of Responsibilities
Responsible for ensuring the development and execution of the clinical strategy. This includes responsibility for the clinical team’s creation of relevant documents and outputs including Clinical Development Plan (CDP), clinical program feasibility, Investigator’s brochure, study protocol synopsis, clinical study protocols, top line study data communication plan, Clinical Study Report (CSR), clinical sections of regulatory documents including the clinical sections of the CTD for regulatory submissions, and planning of the Annual reports together with Regulatory affairs and respective clinical team members.
Ensures alignment of the CDP with the Global Development Plan (GDP). In addition, working collaboratively with the Program Operations Lead, the Clinical Lead oversees achievement of all activities related to the Clinical development program, including achievement of key program milestones within the planned time lines and budget. Is also accountable to the Project Core Team for the Clinical Development budget. Serves as the Submission team leader or co-leader for regulatory submissions.
Collaborates with the core project team members and departments (RA, Biostat’s, Safety, HEOR etc), the incumbent leads the synthesis of the project development strategy, contingency plans, tactics, budgets, timelines, milestones and submission targets into the Global Development Plan (GDP).
S/he is accountable for securing Senior Management approval to the project strategy including timelines and budgets, as well as the execution of the plan through leveraging the Global Development organization and other functions (e.g. Regulatory Affairs, Global Health Outcomes). The Global Project Leader is accountable to manage the project through the development stage gates, and to lead the Project Core Team to reach decisions and recommendation at each stage gate, including revisions to the development plan, timelines and budget if indicated. Moreover, she/he has the overall responsibility for delivering the project’s regulatory submissions objectives.
Infectious Disease Clinical Development experience required.
Min. 10 years relevant clinical/drug development experience including experience working in clinical research with a strong understanding of the clinical and global drug development process.
5+ years’ experience as a cross-functional team leader preferred
Ability to travel up to 30% of time
This opportunity has understandably been incredibly popular. We encourage all interested candidates to apply without delay as it is likely that recruitment will close prematurely. Please direct all questions (if necessary) to “Chris” at email@example.com cswain (at) barringtonjames (dot) com alongside a copy of your CV.
Posted by Chris Swain Team Sales Manager
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