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CTA Manager (m/f)

Company: Docs Global (Continental Europe)
Location: München,Germany
Reference: Ref AS-024536
Closing Date: 21 Mar 18
Type: Contract
Salary (£): Competitive
Benefits: Excellent & Comprehensive

Job Summary:

If you are seeking a career where you can truly make a difference in the lives of others, working closely together with the top minds in Biotechnology, then here is your chance. DOCS is hiring a CTA Manager (m/f) to work closely with one of the most successful pharmaceutical companies. If you are a CTA Manager willing to work office based in Munich and open for a new challenge, we would like to get to know you.

Requirements:

Roles & Responsibilities of the position

• The role of the CTA Manager is to manage CTAs effectively, ensuring high performance, quality and continuous development. Including interviewing, evaluating and selecting CTAs
• Create a culture of process improvement with a focus on streamlining processes adding value to our business and meeting our client’s needs
• Manage key activities as needed to cover CTA absence
• Conduct activities detailed in the Quality Oversight Plan
• Interact with strategic partners (KOLs, Investigators and Site Staff) as necessary for execution of clinical trials and reinforcement of the company’s brand
• Ensure that staff achieve expected quality compliance standards with all appropriate SOPs, policies, regulations and guidelines, including spot check review of reports
• Support staff to achieve delivery of study objectives
• Support CTAs with resolution of significant issues and development of recruitment strategies
• Ensure that CTAs are qualified and trained, both in clinical studies execution and in internal policies and procedures, to provide data that meets quality requirements
• Provide leadership in the continuous improvement in CTA performance and monitoring processes
• Support staff with action plan development and resolution of findings from Clinical Quality Assurance audits
• Conduct resource planning and metrics review with site management
• Conduct staff regular performance assessments and personal/career discussions with direct reports
• Responsible for providing regular updates to Senior Management and adhering to metrics
• Review and approve itineraries, expense reports, and visit reports for assigned staff
• Supervise IRB/IEC and Regulatory Authority Submission process
• Supervise administrative processes including document preparation, filing and archiving according to GCP and SOPs
• Supervise CRS related study start up process locally
• Supervise translation process

Job Requirements

• BA/BS/BSc degree or certified nurse or similar
• Profound knowledge of clinical trial processes and operations
• Familiar with ICH/GCP guidelines plus local codes of practice as applicable
• Several years of experience as a CTA and first on-the-job experience as a line manager, project manager or equivalent job role
• Attention to detail, organizational skills, time management & prioritization
• Relationship management & influencing skills as well as training and presentation skills
• Flexibility
• Proficiency in English and German
• Good working knowledge of common software packages

Remuneration & other details

• Occasional Home-office
• Interesting trials in various therapeutic areas.
• Unlimited employment contract with DOCS
• Contribution to pension scheme
• And much more!

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Contact Information:

Address:  Head Office
2 Globeside, Globeside Business Park
Marlow
Buckinghamshire
SL7 1HZ
England
Website:  Visit Our Web Site

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