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Director-Clinical Project Management

Company: SciPro
Location: New Jersey
Reference: AM10003
Closing Date: 09 Dec 16
Type: Permanent
Salary (£): Negotiable

Job Summary:

Director - Clinical Project Management - Greater New York City AreaMy client is a global Pharmaceutical business that is a leading player in the clinical research market. They recently opened up a new role for a Director of Clinical Operations to manage their existing team of clinical project managers as the company has been experiencing steady growth.


Some key responsibilities of the role will include:

* Overseeing the clinical project management team by providing guidance to ensure departmental and project goals are met.
* Serve as the liaison to internal and external clients, make recommendations and work cross-functionally across the organization.
* Develop and track metrics to optimize project management team performance.
* Develop study status reports and monitor reports to identify factors for improvement.

A successful candidate should possess a Bachelor of Science, Master’s degree or Ph.D. in a science-related discipline / higher level degree preferred. The individual will have 5+ years prior project management experience with demonstrated leadership skills in a CRO / pharmaceutical environment. For further information please contact Amy Ma at or (267) 888-0450.

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