Contract Clinical Trial Management Associate
A vacancy has arisen for a Clinical Trial Management Associate with an internationally renowned pharmaceutical company, based in their London office. This organization is known for its solid commercial portfolio of life-saving drugs within a number of therapy areas, along with a growing pipeline of investigational drugs and an unmatched patient access program. This is an exciting opportunity to work with a leading pharmaceutical organization and support their innovative impact on the healthcare field. This position will be a 12 month contract.
- Serving as the key operational contact with external investigators and internal stakeholders.
- Evaluating scientific proposals or protocols to identify logistical, regulatory and safety elements, and implications.
- Managing assigned studies by establishing strong partnerships with external investigators and collaborators to ensure CO and ISR Agreements for financial or company product support are processed in a timely manner and to a high quality.
- Proactively identifying operational challenges and, in collaboration with senior team members, providing and implementing solutions to ensure studies remain on track.
- Maintaining efficient collaboration with company's Clinical Contracts and Finance (CCF) team and external investigator/study representative to ensure contracts are executed in a timely manner.
- Supporting study drug planning and shipping activities with Materials & Logistics.
- Communicating and collaborating with other functional groups, including, but not limited to, Medical Affairs, Regulatory Affairs, CCF, Materials and Logistics (M&L), and Drug Safety and Public Health (DSPH) to ensure efficient management of study activities.
- Forecasting, tracking, and reporting CO and ISR milestones, as well as verifying completeness of the study milestones prior to invoice payment.
- Providing monthly study updates to the appropriate internal stakeholders.
- Ensuring all budget or drug supply modifications are appropriately approved, documented, and tracked.
- Implementing working processes to promote high quality, efficient, and compliant systems for Late Phase research management.
- Supporting and implementing Clinical Operations Quality Initiatives.
- Maintaining internal Clinical Operations and Medical Affairs databases, clinical study data, and document repositories.
- Performing administrative duties in a timely manner as assigned.
Skills and Requirements:
- You will be educated to degree level, or have equivalent experience.
- Demonstrable multitasking, project management, and execution skills.
- Good interpersonal skills, including communication, presentation, persuasion, and influence.
- Good organisational skills, including efficiency, punctuality, and collaboration in a team environment.
- Proficiency with computer skills, such as MS Office.
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