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Clinical Project Manager - Specialist CRO - UK

Company: Barrington James Clinical
Location:
Reference: ACCPMUK241017
Closing Date: 24 Nov 17
Type: Permanent
Salary (£): Competitive
Benefits:

Job Summary:

Alex Coppen

Requirements:

Role: Clinical Project Manager

Location: UK – Home Based or Office Based

 

My client is a well-established, global CRO who are looking for a high quality Clinical Project Manager ideally with experience in rare/complex trials and studies. They are leaders in cutting edge research, specialising in rare/orphan indications and are known in the industry for their above market average trial completion rate, where 95% of their trials are completed on or ahead of schedule!

The right candidate will serve as main contact to the client for assigned investigative sites and will be a key figure within the network for various stages of interesting and important trials.

Job Description:

  • Primary contact for client,  contractors and vendors
  • Monitoring trial progress with timely reporting up to senior management
  • Managing on-time execution and conduct of clinical trials, including key milestones, study budget, vendor selection, and resourcing needs
  • Development of study plans; Anticipating issues and proactively preparing mitigation plans
  • Developing project team resource requirements and fostering team building
  • Monitoring project activities for conformity to the project scope and specifications, while adhering to GLOBAL CRO’s philosophy and corporate goals
  • Establishing open communication lines within and between project team members
  • Identifying and selecting investigators and clinical sites, negotiating site budgets
  • Delivering project team training
  • Site management supervision and issue resolution
  • Participation and presentation at Investigator and bid defense meetings

 

 

You Will Need:

  • 2+ years in International Clinical Project Management in a CRO setting
  • CRA Background
  • Life sciences Degree
  • Phase II-IV trials experience
  • Significant industry experience
  • Direct project management experience, preferably in a fast-paced CRO, covering global trials
  • Experience in managing complex phase I through III trials, from start-up through database lock
  • Strong experience in vendor management
  • Experience in oncology, inflammatory disease, and/or infectious disease projects
  • Ability to effectively manage and motivate a remote project team

 

 

Benefits:

  • A great remuneration package
  • Flexibility in role and various avenues to progress career
  • Opportunity to progress your career within a market leading and innovative organisation
  • Join a company with 7% staff turnover
  • Slightly smaller organisation than average with less red tape around procedures
  • Shorter communication lines
  • Fully home based

 

This is a fantastic opportunity to expand your professional portfolio, be a valued member of the “family” environment but still on a global scale, and to truly grow within a thriving company. To find out more, send your CV to acoppen@barringtonjames.com or apply directly to this advert.

If you have a hands-on, go-the-extra-mile approach, enjoy all aspects of a clinical project, from bid defense meeting and feasibility to client interaction and day-to-day management of a dynamic international team – this may be the perfect opportunity!

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Contact Information:

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Victoria House Consort Way Horley Surrey
RH6 7AF
England
Tel:  01293 776644
Fax:  01293 822333
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