We are seeking a Clinical Research Manager (CRM) for the Leukemia service.The CRM serves as an integral member of the research team and will implement standard for research protocol management, policies and procedures to ensure the highest quality management of clinical research studies. The CRM serves as an integral member of the research team and will own the daily operations and activities of the program.
This is an excellent leadership opportunity within our growing clinical research team.
The CRM will be responsible for the following:
Staff Management: You will supervise the training/development and performance management for a large number of direct and indirect reports throughout the service.
Protocol Development: Lead aspects of the protocol development process including but not limited to preparing protocols, consent and other essential study document review.
Financial Management: Work closely with the appropriate partners, forecast trial resource needs, and assess staffing resource needs for program and senior leadership to ensure appropriate line function allocations
Clinical Trial Reporting: Generate protocol portfolio status reports for key partners. Implement solutions for streamlining and accelerating the monitoring and review of clinical trials to significantly increase accrual to clinical trials, data cleaning, data quality, and trial completion.
Quality Assurance: Participate and ensure preparedness in routine audits for data quality, regulatory compliance, patient safety issues related to clinical trial. Communicate and ensure compliance with company policies and procedures, quality standards and improvement initiatives.
At least 5 years of clinical research experience.
2 years or more of direct staff management experience.
Thorough knowledge of Good Clinical Practice (GCP) guidelines, Human Subject Protection, clinical trial design, regulatory processes, and clinical development process required.
Therapeutic and Oncology Research experience strongly preferred.
Effective written/verbal communication and oral presentation skills required. Excellent interpersonal, leadership, decision-making and issue resolution skills are essential.
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