Clinical Project Manager

Regulatory Affairs/Clinical Affairs Bronx, New York


Description

We are currently searching for an experienced Clinical professional who will be responsible for the execution of multiple Phase I-IV Clinical Trials. The Clinical Trials Manager may be responsible for some or all of the following, depending on the Trial(s) being managed:

  • Protocol/amendment development (including review of all applicable literature such as SBAs, FDA guidance’s, and other publications).
  • CRF design, modification/creation of ICF, Investigator Brochures, presentations and training materials.
  • Study related forms/reports and source documents in collaboration with the CRO and development of submission materials for FDA review and consideration.
  • Clinical trail material sourcing, packaging, labeling, blinding and distribution oversight.

Requirements:

  • A Bachelor's in a Scientific discipline is required.  An Advanced Degree is preferred.
  • A minimum of five to seven (5-7) years of professional experience within Clinical, Regulatory or another Scientific field is required; at least two (2) years of CRA experience is highly desired.
  • Complete understanding and wide application of technical standards, principles, theories, and concepts in the field.
  • Advanced computer proficiency in Word, Excel, PowerPoint and MS Project.
  • Knowledge/mastery of Federal regulations and Clinical guidance’s.
  • Demonstrated advanced skills in decision making, problem solving, and risk mitigation planning.
  • The position requires substantial responsibility for strategic planning, design, implementation and follow-through of decisions/tasks dictated by Project, Project Team and/or Business unit.
  • This position requires about 10-15% travel to investigational sites, other Perrigo locations and Contract Research Organizations (CROs).
  • Experience in dermatology, women’s health, respiratory, Gastro-intestinal, ophthalmology, NDA and/or bio-equivalence trials is preferred, but not required.

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Due to the highly regulated pharmaceutical industry and legal requirements, you may be subject to post employment background checks.