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Data Team Lead

Company: RBW Consulting
Reference: DTL-EU-16218
Closing Date: 01 Jun 18
Type: Full Time
Salary (£): 40,000 - 60,000

Job Summary:

Data Team Lead – Europe – Home Based



Based in Europe, a leading CRO is looking for a Project Manager in Clinical Data Management to join their expanding team to work directly with the rest of the global project team. The project manager in clinical data will be required to supervise a team of data managers and ensure to provide a quality service to the customer.

As Clinical Data Management Project Manager your responsibilities will include;

Assume the role of Project Manager in Clinical Data Management to one or more of our studies

Manage relationship with the customer, negotiate deadlines and budget

Manage project deadlines and associated risk for the duration of the clinical study

Manage Quality control procedures

Solve problems using the communication and global plan action

Manage projects, quality issues, resources, terms of references and budget with reduced support. 

The ideal candidate for this position will need to have a minimum educational background of M.A or PHD , be able to work in an environment of strict procedures and regulations, experience in project management, knowledge of clinical research. Knowledge of oncology would be a plus.

To find out more about this position contact Brooke Underwood on +44 (0) 1293 584 300 and send your CV through to

Apply for this job: Data Team Lead

Contact Information:

Address:  RBW Consulting LLP, Crawley, Zug Branch
Grabenstrasse 42, 6301 Zug, Switzerland

Tel:  0800896891
Website:  Visit Our Web Site

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