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Global Clinical Project Manager - UK Wide (Home Based)

Car allowance, pension, healthcare - Clinical Operations - Clinical Research General
Ref: 1052 Date Posted: Monday 16 Jul 2018
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Entrust people are working with an exciting growing mid sized CRO who are building more depth within their European clinical group, where an exciting opportunity has arisen for multiple experienced Clinical Project Manager to join a world-leading full-service clinical research organisation (CRO). Our Client offer candidates a truly exciting opportunity to join a growing and dynamic organisation, developing your career as the company grows Internationally. 

Key Responsibilities:

  • Ensure that all clinical studies conducted are in accordance with Good Clinical Practice guidelines (GCP) and are completed on time and within the stated budget
  • Generate clinical project plans and oversee adherence to ensure business objectives and key deliverables are met
  • Contribute to the clinical trial design and the identification of potential study sites where necessary
  • Oversee and manage the development and approval of clinical trial documentation
  • Oversee and manage timely clinical trial submissions to ethics authority and assist where possible in regulatory applications in order to proceed with clinical studies
  • Management of any specialist vendors contracted by in relation to day to day operations of assigned clinical trials and to ensure that study timelines and deliverables are being achieved as contracted
  • Develop ongoing relationships and define project milestones as the primary contact with the sponsor
  • Ongoing risk assessment and management
  • Ongoing evaluation of project strengths, weaknesses and potential areas for improvement
  • Build effective relationships internally and externally with the Sponsor/Contractors

Key skills required:

  • Excellent project management and personnel management skills
  • Fluent written and oral English language including familiarity with medical terminology
  • Professional interpersonal and communication skills
  • Ability to work with minimum supervision and to prioritise tasks
  • A flexible and adaptable attitude
  • Ability to problem solve
  • Numeracy and good attention to detail
  • Excellent time management skills
  • Self-motivation and enthusiasm


The role will require you to be educated to degree level or equivalent in a scientific field with proven clinical project management experience within a CRO or pharmaceutical company; a full driving licence  together with  a  willingness  to travel.

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