Senior Manager Clinical Operations, Oncology

Highly Competitive
  1. Permanent
  2. CRA Manager
  3. United Kingdom
Posting date: 23 Jun 2020
This vacancy has now expired

A leading pharmaceutical client is searching for a talented Senior Clinical Operations Manager, Oncology. This is a home-based role within the UK, and an excellent opportunity to bring your experience and expertise to a renowned organisation.

Job Responsibilities

  • Sets objectives, delivers results and implements policies and operational targets that have a direct impact on the work unit or operational outcome
  • Executes work procedures in a project context. Consistently exercises judgment and discretion within generally defined procedures
  • Technical expert with sufficient expertise and experience to be considered for sensitive or complex assignments
  • Called upon to develop solutions utilizing creativity and ingenuity
  • Presents concepts, facts, and reports to mid-level internal and external clients to advise of key trends and issues
  • Contact with clients and external vendors and troubleshooting routine client inquiries. May represent the organization as a prime contact for technical matters of significant complexity
  • Directs the activity of a work team project within the department. May have responsibility for management of highly skilled professional employees

Skills and Requirements

  • Has primary accountability for operational study level time, cost and quality deliverables
  • Manages overall study budget - for large, global or multiple regional studies
  • Coordinates all operational clinical research activities for regional / global studies
  • Manages all aspects of study progress from start-up to close-out activities in accordance with ICH/ GCP guidelines
  • Supports the timely development and / or review of all study related documents (e.g., PCS, Protocol, CRF etc.) and operational feasibility assessments
  • Serves as primary interface with CROs to ensure appropriate study/operational strategy is followed
  • Selects / approves monitoring CROs and study sites
  • Evaluates vendor proposals against Eisai's terms and critical needs and partners with internal functions to define scope of work
  • Demonstrates high ethical behavior at all times, whether dealing with colleagues, vendors, patients, or physicians
  • Reports legal, compliance and ethical violations in a timely manner

To Apply

In case you have difficulty in applying or if you have any questions, please contact Matthew Pike at 0207 440 0639 or upload your CV on our website -

A full job description is available on request.