The Clinical Project Manager coordinates efforts across Synarc offices and departments to achieve on-time delivery of services to the sponsor. The Clinical Project Manager provides a central point of communication for the Synarc study team and senior management and for the sponsor to ensure that all deliverables are accurate, meet internal standards, and fulfill contractual obligations.
• Manages studies with single or dual modalities from start-up to close-out.
• Manages all communications with the sponsor regarding timelines and study specific deliverables.
• Facilitates regular meetings with the sponsor and/or Synarc study team.
• Leads the Synarc study team, which includes representatives from all functions supporting the study.
• Develops and maintains project plans that encompass all contracted deliverables.
• Tracks study progress and escalates issues that require resolution.
• Provides regular internal status updates to the Synarc study team and senior management.
• Coordinates the development of study specific procedures.
• Reviews work performed and validates invoices.
• Prepares financial and activity forecasts for capacity planning.
• Identifies need for change orders and works with the Account Executive to obtain sponsor approvals.
• Creates and maintains project plans and schedules.
• Creates meeting agendas and minutes to include action items.
• Tracks progress of audit action items to completion.
• Prepares internal and external project reports.
• Sets up and maintains the Master Study Binder for each assigned project.
• Maintains proper documentation for all assigned projects.
• Provides other administrative support as needed.
• Participates in and leads initiatives to improve processes.
Education: B.S./M.S. in science, medical, or health-related field, or equivalent experience
Experience: Familiarity with late stage drug or medical device development; Familiarity with project management concepts.
Desired: service provider experience, global clinical trials experience, and/or knowledge and experience with multiple imaging modalities.
Demonstrated ability to effectively communicate to external sponsors and internal cross-functional project teams.
Strong time management and organizational skills.
Strong written and oral communication skills in English.
Ability to manage and mobilize a study team that does not report directly to you.
Ability to make quick decisions, solve problems, and adapt to changing environments and requirements.
Proficiency with MS Office applications, and experience with MS Project, or other project management software.