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Clinical Project Manager

Company: SciPro
Location: New Jersey
Reference: Am10002
Closing Date: 09 Dec 16
Type: Permanent
Salary (£): Negotiable

Job Summary:

Clinical Project Manager - Pharmaceutical - Greater New York City AreaMy client is a leading Pharmaceutical company that is prominent in the global research market. They are currently seeking a Clinical Project Manager to join their growing team and oversee operational activities supporting clinical trials.


Some key responsibilities of the role will include:

* Serve as a clinical lead, responsible for the oversight of all operational aspects of clinical trials.
* Manage CRO/vendor interactions, including sponsor oversight of delegated responsibilities, scope revisions/contract amendments, budgets and invoices, etc.
* Monitor study progress, review emerging clinical data, and ensure data retrieval and clean-up is completely on schedule.
* Ensure that assigned clinical trials are executed in compliance with applicable regulations, guidance and SOPs. Travel to vendor and investigative sites to conduct on-site QC visits at clinical trial vendor facilities and investigative centers.

The ideal candidate should have a Bachelor’s degree in a scientific discipline or related field with 5+ years clinical research experience, including two years in a managerial role. For further information please contact Amy Ma at or (267) 888-0450.

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