What do Clinical Project/Study Manager roles involve?
Clinical Project/Study Managers are typically responsible for an entire study, from its initiation to the end. Day-to-day duties are wide ranging but usually involve overseeing a team of CRAs, liaising with vendors (pharma) or clients and study sponsors (CRO), site selection and writing reports and scientific reviews. At a more senior level, these individuals may also contribute to statistical analysis and data reporting documentation.
What skills and experience are needed as a Project/Study Manager?
Being a successful Clinical Project/Study Managers requires a multifaceted skillset, as there are several aspects involved in trial management. Key skills include relationship building, leadership operational project management and preparing budgets. Typically, they will be educated to at least degree level in a relevant life sciences subject, and will have strong knowledge of Good Clinical Practice guidelines and other regulatory requirements. Principle CRAs often progress naturally into CSM and CPM roles.
How to apply for a CSM or CPM role:
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