Description of work: The Project Manager is responsible for the management and coordination of assigned activities associated with the conduct of clinical research trials sponsored by the pharmaceutical industry. These activities include the organization planning, timely execution, reporting and evaluation of the clinical program objectives Provides leadership to the project team, including office-based personnel and regional monitors. The Project Manager serves as the primary contact with the sponsor for project related activities and a liaison with the monitors, clinical research sites, vendors and other internal departments. Ensure that assigned projects proceed according to the designated timelines and within the approved budget. The Project Manager will develop new sponsor relationships and identify new business opportunities with current sponsors.
Minimum education level: This position requires a bachelor’s degree or equivalent with preference in a bio-medical field (RN, RPh) or equivalent science degree. An advanced degree is desirable but not required.
Minimum number of years of work experience: Minimum of five years of clinical trial experience. At least two-year experience in performing project management functions in a pharmaceutical company or CRO is required. Monitoring experience is mandatory, and an in-depth knowledge of the clinical trial and drug development process.
Training program: Upon initial employment, each team member is required to be trained on Standard Operating Procedures, electronic data capture, HIPAA, time and travel policies, and other internal procedures. All team members receive supplemental and refresher training annually.
EOE: The above description is intended to describe the general nature of the job may include other duties as assumed or assigned; it is not intended to be all inclusive or limit the duties of the position.