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Clinical trial manager lexington


This is a Full-time position in Lexington, MA posted May 27, 2019.

Place in the OrganizationThe Clinical Trial Manager (CTM) is a member of the Clinical Operations Department. The Clinical Operations department is responsible for the management (planning, implementation, maintenance and close out) of the Clinical trials with a focus on the investigators (+ staff), regulations, compliance, timelines, data collection review and and safety reporting.

There are approximately 8-10 employees in the department with some of the activities outsourced to Clinical Research Organizations.

The CTM is expected to proactively identify and resolve operational project issues and leads process improvement initiatives as required.

The CTM will also have responsibility for managing any outsourced vendors within the trial structure.Key result areas (major duties, accountabilities and responsibilities) The Clinical Trial Manager owns a clinical study from “end to end”.

A CTM may functionally serve as a “Regional CTM” who will own activity within a region for a clinical trial (e.g., USA or EU). Additionally, a CTM may function as the “Global CTM”, who will own the entirety of the project across regions. The functional role will be determined based on size and complexity of the project, but in all cases, the following are expectations of the role.Clinical Trial ExecutionLeads and motivates the cross-functional team and project team meetings Schedules, supervises, and delivers project(s) in accordance with, ICH-GCP, uniQure policies and SOPsEnsures projects are conducted within timelines, budget, scope and quality Conducts risk and issues management and applies proper issue escalationEnsures quality by defining and executing quality control stepsUses metrics and reporting for managing the projectServes as the primary project contact for communication and coordination for uniQure, third-party vendor(s) and project needs Informs and manages stakeholders with the appropriate Clinical Trial informationResponsible for thorough preparation, startup, coordination and closure of Clinical Trial activities and deliverables Ensures submission and approval by relevant Ethics Committee(s) and other local bodies (except clinical trial application(s))Vendor ManagementEnsures TMF documentation is complete and inspection readyDrives processes for outsourcing to CROs, and other third parties vendor(s)Builds strong relationships with individuals and groups to identify opportunities for sharing of best practices and to align activities and process where appropriate.Interacts frequently with external partners, including expert panels, physicians and investigators, CROs, contract laboratories, advisory committees, clinical trial consultants, and where appropriate, cross-functional counterparts from development partner(s).Primary point of contact for external vendors and partnersClinical Trial Start Up and Close OutCreates timeline and updates accordingly to ensure on time startContributes to the development of study protocols and CRFs Ensures the development of clinical trial related documents, e.g.

patient information’s, case report forms (CRFs)Conducts Study feasibility and ensures proper site selection and setupEnsures all sites are properly monitored and closed out by the CRAsEnsures that the TMF and ISFs are complete and meet regulatory standards.Arranges for the proper archiving of the clinical trial documentsCommunicates the closure / completion of the clinical trial to relevant internal and external stakeholderCloses down all systems and tools used in the Clinical Trial & SkillsBachelor’s degree required; science/medical related degree preferredStrong interpersonal and communication skills.At least 5 years of clinical trial management within a CRO or sponsor company; CRA experience preferredAbility to work in a fast paced, changing environmentExperience in and knowledge of conducting international Clinical Trials.

Experience in complex clinical research projects and early drug development very desirable particularly within an orphan/rare disease therapeutic area.Demonstrated leadership, communication, and organizational skills, along with problem solving, conflict resolution, and team building skills.

Detail and process oriented, with excellent project management skills, including risk assessment and timeline & contingency planning.

Knowledge of International guidelines and Regulations (e.g.

ICH-GCP) Read, write and speak fluent EnglishExcellent written, oral communication and presentation skillsPrior experience in the financial and/or Budget and Forecasting management of clinical trials is preferredDiplomatic behaviorProven excellence in cross-functional matrix and/or cross-cultural partnership settingCore competenciesEnthusiastic and proactiveExcellent problem-solving capabilities. Solution oriented.Dealing with ambiguity, interpersonal savvy, perseveranceInforming and collaborativeManaging and measuring; PM mindsetOrganizational Agility