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Clinical Project Manager – Immediate Start with Biotech in Dublin - Freelancer or Fixed Term

Company: DOCS Global
Location: Dublin
Reference: AS-020263
Closing Date: 10 Mar 17
Type: Maternity Cover
Salary (£): Negotiable
Benefits:

Job Summary:

We now have a brand new role exclusive to DOCS for an experienced Clinical Project Manager to be fully in-sourced and onsite at a growing biotech in Dublin. Could be suitable for a Lead CRA / Clinical Trial Manager

Requirements:

DOCS is the Functional Resourcing Division of ICON Plc. This means that when someone joins the DOCS Team rather than working in a CRO environment you will be directly insourced with one of our many pharmaceutical / medical device partners working on their SOPs, IT Systems, Projects and sometimes in their offices.

The role is a maternity leave cover role for the first 9 months but there is potential opportunity this could become a permanent role as the company grows and builds out its pipeline.

This role will be one of only a few with clinical experience in the organisation and will report directly to the CEO so it doesn’t get more high profile.

There has been some delays in getting the studies started as they were meant to be up and running now so the Clinical Project Manager will have the opportunity to:

  • Manage the vendor appraisal and selection – this will include CROs and Labs for Phase II/III Studies
  • Manage the budgets and proposals
  • Responsibility for oversight on the Orphan Drug Program – hugely exciting
  • It would be advantageous to understand the start-up process and the intricacies and possible risks and solutions with this on global basis
  • You would take oversight responsibilities of the selected vendors
  • You will essentially be responsible for all operations aspect of the clinical trial
  • This is full trial execution from protocol generation, input to clinical trial report, writing and publications and essentially full accountability for the study deliverables


As this is a small biotech away from the clinical responsibilities you could get exposure to other functions such as regulatory affairs, QA, Sales etc… This is rare and a unique selling point of this role


Requirements / Experience:

  • Significant Clinical Operations experience with managerial experience in planning, executing, and reporting clinical studies in a pharmaceutical company or contract research organisation.
  • Proven ability to work independently.
  • Good project management and communication skills
  • Ability to resolve issues with minimal supervision and work well under tight timelines to deliver results
  • Thorough knowledge of Good Clinical Practice, clinical trial design, data management operations, general understanding of regulatory environment, and global clinical drug development process.
  • Effective site management and organisational skills, with ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with third party vendors, senior management and co-workers


To find out more about this role please use the following contact details:

Philip Jones
Principal Recruiter
+44 207 832 2306 / Philip.Jones@docsglobal.com

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