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Clinical Team Manager- Hematology/Oncology

Posted 29 days ago

Our client, a leading global Clinical Research Organization headquartered in North Carolina has 3 Clinical Trial Manager positions open for their Hematology/Oncology teams- Experience with working with CTMS, IVRX, EDC, eTMF systems.

Duration: 6 months
Location: 100% remote but must be willing to travel 20% of the time post covid.
Key Skill areas: Hematology/Oncology,  CTMS, IVRX, EDC, eTMF systems, Clinical Trial Management

The Clinical Trial/Team Manager (CTM) is a study manager position accountable for achieving the final clinical deliverable within the time period specified in the contract with the Customer.

The CTM will be able to interpret data on project issues and make good business decisions with support from experienced team members or line management. Maintains profitability by ensuring clinical activity is conducted within contract scope, through efficient management of the clinical team.

Responsibilities may include:
Manages all clinical operational and quality aspects of allocated studies in compliance with ICH GCP.
Develops Clinical tools e.g. Monitoring Plan, Monitoring Guidelines in conjunction with Data Quality Plan.
Responsible for timely set up, organization, content and quality of the relevant sections of the Trial Master File
May participate in the design and development of CRFs, CRF guidelines, patient informed consent templates, etc.
In conjunction with the project manager prepares, organizes and presents at Investigator Meetings.
Responsible for the implementation and training of standardized clinical monitoring processes according to corporate standard policies.
Responsible for the timely archiving of documents and study materials for the clinical department.
Monitors clinical activity timelines and metrics.
Provides regular status updates to PM for client reports.
Ensures regular project review, using client tracking & management tools, implementing appropriate recovery actions to ensure project timelines are met.
Reviews monitoring visit reports and ensures finalization is within contractual timeline.
Manages CRF collection and query resolution process
Monitors /co-monitors clinical trials as needed to assess performance and/or ensure contractual obligations are met.
Leads regular conference call meetings with monitors and other clinical team members.
May participate in bid defense meetings.

Education and Experience:
Bachelor's degree or licensed certified health care training
Significant clinical research experience (comparable to 3 years) in all phases of study life cycle, including start up, interim and close out
Previous experience as a field CRA (preferred)
CRO/Pharma experience (preferred)
Valid Driver's License and Passport
Or equivalent combination of education, training, and experience that provides the individual with the required knowledge, skills, and abilities.