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Clinical Project Manager - United Kingdom

Company: Umbilical Life
Reference: MIGNOT-CPM-UK
Closing Date: 23 Mar 18
Type: Full Time
Salary (£): Competitive

Job Summary:

Marine Mignot of Umbilical Life is actively recruiting an experienced Clinical Project Manager for an expanding business based in the West Midlands (United Kingdom).


Umbilical Life is a people-oriented organisation that has been created by Industry leading experts to provide clients with exceptional levels of service.

Reporting to the Clinical Research Manager, the Clinical Project Manager will take responsibility for setting up and managing company sponsored clinical studies.


Main Responsibilities:

  • Ensure that clinical studies are run in accordance with relevant regulatory standards, ICH- GCPs, and company SOPs
  • Prepare, organize, and present at Investigator Meetings
  • Maintain strong working relationships with site investigators and study site staff
  • Manage timely completion of studies, co-ordinating subcontractors, overseeing recruitment
  • To develop clinical tools in conjunction with Data Quality Plans



  • Life Sciences
  • Minimum of 3 -5 years clinical research experience
  • 2 years’ experience as a Clinical Project Manager
  • Experience of protocol design in accordance with ISO 14155
  • Must have a current and valid UK / European driving licence


For more information, please contact Marine Mignot at Umbilical on +33 (0) 187 650 960

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Contact Information:

Address:  Head Office
Premier House 9 Rutland Street Leicester
Tel:  011 6 461 0070
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