Pharmaceutical Research Associates, Inc.Clinical Research Manager - Oncology - Home Based
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Clinical Trial Management
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The Clinical Research Manager be the main point of contact for assigned protocols and link between Country Operations (CO) and clinical trial team (CTT).Responsibilities
What you will be doing:
- Main POC for assigned protocols and link between Country Operations (CO) and clinical trial team (CTT).
- Project management of assigned studies: pro-actively plans, drives and tracks execution and performance of deliverables/timelines/results to meet country commitments from feasibility and site selection, recruitment, execution and close out.
- Accountable for performance of assigned protocols in country in compliance with ICH/GCP, country regulations, client policies and procedures, quality standards and adverse event reporting requirements internally and externally.
- Reviews Monitoring Visit Reports and escalates performance issues and training needs to CRA manager and/or functional vendor and internal management
- Performs Quality Control visits as required
- Leads local study teams in high performance: trains in the protocol other local roles, closely collaborates with and supports CRAs as protocol expert & coordinates activities across different local country roles.
- Creates and executes local risk management plans
- Supports compliance with CTMS, eTMF and other systems
- Escalates issues to TA Director/CRD/CQM/CTT
- Collaborates with functional outsourcing vendors, investigators and other external partners in studies
- Country POC for programmatically outsourced trials for assigned protocols
- Serves local business needs in his/her country (if delegated, signs contracts and manages budgets)
- Collaborates internally with HQ functions and locall with PV, Regulatory and GMA to align on key decisions
- Builds business relationships and represents the client with investigators
- Shares protocol-specific information and best practices across countries/clusters
What you need to have
- Bachelor’s degree in science or similar required. Masters, PhD, MD preferred.
- 5-6 yrs. experience in clinical research required
- CRA experience required
- Oncology experience highly preferred
- Ability to travel up to 30%
- Project/Site Management knowledge
- Demonstrated success of strong organizational skills
- Strong understanding of local regulatory environment
- Strong scientific and clinical research knowledge
- Strong understanding of clinical trial planning, management and metrics
- Ability to focus on multiple deliverables and protocols simultaneously
- To qualify, applicants must be legally authorized to work in the United States, and should not require, now or in the future, sponsorship for employment visa status
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