Our client is a leading provider of medical devices for non-invasive surgical treatment solutions. For their main office in Dallas, TX, they are looking for a Clinical Project Manager to support European clinical trials. This is a full time, permanent, W2, office based position, no telecommuting. Relocation allowance is available, but no visa sponsorship.
1. Bachelor’s degree required in the medical/healthcare-related science field. An advanced degree is preferred.
2. About 5 years of global clinical trial experience in the medical device industry, with at least 2 to 3 years of executing global feasibility, pivotal and post-approval trials.
3. Preferably, about 5 years of experience with PMA Class III device process. Experience with global regulatory processes is welcomed. Experience with various international clinical trials regulations also desirable.
4. Demonstrates current working knowledge of all phases of clinical trial development from concept through final Clinical Study Report and knowledge of operational and regulatory processes involved with clinical trials. Professional certification for clinical trials management is welcomed.
5. Familiar with electronic data capture tools such as Oracle Clinical and Medi-Data to Excel data import /export management and descriptive data analysis
6. Proficient in technical writing and critical thinking with a demonstrated ability to design and implement projects on a global scale.
7. Knowledge of financial principles in budgeting and tracking of clinical trials and effective management of assigned internal and external resources to achieve successful results.
8. Ability to collaborate, align and manage diverse, global cross-functional matrix teams.
9. Able and willing to travel as needed, including international travel
10. Fluent English is a MUST.
11. In-depth knowledge of global clinical trial processes, regulations, and management (FDA CFR, ICH GCP, ISO 14155, and EU MDD/MDR).
12. Fluent Spanish or Italian preferred.
13. Proficient with MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Acrobat, and various EDC systems
14. Demonstrates current working knowledge of all phases of clinical trial development from concept through final CSR and knowledge of operational and regulatory processes involved with clinical trials.
The job holder’s duties and responsibilities include any of the following:
Manage successful execution of assigned global clinical studies in adherence to Good Clinical
Practices (ICH/GCPs) and in compliance with appropriate company Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) as applicable under the Regulatory Agency(ies) governing the study, and any other applicable guidelines and regulations.
Responsible for clinical operational oversight and execution of assigned trial(s) in order to achieve expectations of quality, timelines and budget, and study conduct.
Manage successful Clinical Research and Clinical Trials submissions (as needed) to governing
Regulatory Agency(ies) in full compliance with local regulatory laws
Builds and sustains extensive global networks across multiple functions at the study team level.
Develop and share best practices to accelerate project timelines
Develop professional relationships with investigational sites and key opinion leaders involved in the assigned study(ies) to ensure appropriate stakeholder engagement and support.
Manage site relationships and provide timely input to ensure that trials are executed according to the agreed project plan.
Manage internal company relationships and maintain open communication to successfully meet projected trial timelines, trial execution and completion.
Manage study team performance and stakeholders to ensure adherence to agreed deliverables within timelines.
When applicable, manage relationships with the governing Regulatory Agency, in collaboration with the local regulatory agencies. Ensure full compliance with global/local regulations.
Hands-on management of assigned clinical trials to ensure that timing of all major trial milestones meets the plan. Identifies issues early and proposes and tracks solutions. Elevates critical issues to management and, whenever possible, resolves issues in a professional manner in accordance with company policies. Communicates on assigned trials to management. Coordinates protocol amendments and data base changes within the study team and documents all changes for the regulatory files. Leads the change initiative with the sites in an orderly and efficient planned process.
Works with internal CRO to ensure trial risk assessment is complete, and that mitigation and contingency measures are prepared and implemented. Actively assesses potential risks to trial and implements mitigation plans, as needed.
Develops key site relationships with the site personnel and serves as the key point of contact for operational and process related issues and inquiries for assigned trial(s).
Takes specific responsibility to manage quality of clinical trial initiation, execution, recruitment efforts, coordination and oversight of monitoring activities, direct database management, and data analysis, including and not limited to successful data base lock (DBL) and reporting; coordination of Data Safety Monitoring Board, as needed.
Responsible for written regulatory/clinical communications for assigned trials, including, but not limited to protocol and CRF development, responds to regulatory deficiency letters, develops annual reports with safety reporting, SAE/UADE reports, final Clinical Study Reports, CE Mark reports, and other internal reports as needed.
Liaise with vendors and internal stakeholders to ensure timely data base lock is achieved.
Processes and Procedures
Manage appropriate implementation, conduct, tracking and reporting of assigned trial(s) including quality review of trial information within internal clinical trial management practices used to support and manage assigned responsibilities
Identifies and assists with opportunities for process development, improvement and implementation of policies, procedures and processes related to Good Clinical Practice, SOPs, and assigned clinical trial activities