Temp - Manager, Medical Operations

Location
Tarrytown, NY, United States
Posted
Nov 11, 2020
Ref
20782BR
Required Education
Bachelors Degree
Position Type
Contract
As a Manager-Medical Operations you will be responsible for all process-related aspects for Medical Affairs Investigator-Initiated, Pre-clinical Collaboration, Sample Analysis, Data Transparency and RWE HEOR Studies.

Job responsibilities:
Program management activities: Responsibility for multiple projects/program(s) with moderate direction.

Proposal Management: Ensures all proposals are complete, aligned with Areas of Interest, are reviewed by the governing body for specific study types, and all relevant decisions are acquired prior to a moving approved studies forward.

Meetings & Committees: Facilitates Medical Affairs driven meetings & committees, sets agenda, drives goals, documents meeting outcomes, and ensures follow-up for any action items determined, holding team members accountable for any assigned projects.

Budget Management: Responsible for acquiring internal approval of associated study budget, ensuring Fair Market Value analysis on line items has been completed, conducts budget negotiations when needed, and initiates requisition process.

Drug Supply: Proactive drug campaign planning for various programs in advance of study initiation, including any specific packaging and labeling requirements needed for individual studies/programs, country specific requirements, and ensuring Import Licenses are acquired and release occurs when necessary.

Metrics & Reporting: Responsible for ongoing analyses, tracking and reporting of study progress versus timelines committed by investigator, data delivery and program impact, and other related metrics

Contracting: Coordinates contracting with Legal, Procurement, and Sites, ensuring contract terms are accurate and required special contractual agreements.

Vendor Management: Manage vendors from RFP and vendor selection thru contracting and study implementation. Ensure study timelines from the vendor(s) are met as outlined in the SOW.

Essential Documents: Ensures collection, tracking and archiving of all relevant documents, such as IND cross-reference letters, IRB approvals and renewals, IND acknowledgment letters.

Pharmacovigilance Compliance: Ensures timely receipt, tracking and distribution of SAEs, Investigator Alert Letters (IAL), and reconciliations. Periodically runs compliance reports to ensure timelines are within acceptable range.

Publications: Ensures internal publications review, consolidates comments, receipt by Investigator, and documents actions taken.

Antibody/Samples: For studies utilizing antibodies in a Pre-Clinical model, collecting PK, ADA, or genetics samples, or for studies providing clinical samples, ensures timely shipments, reconciliations, analysis and data delivery when appropriate.

Systems Management: Utilizes appropriate systems to chip in to cross-functional communication, planning and visibility.
Process: Adheres to all relevant processes, trainings, and SOPS to ensure consistency, efficiency, and compliance. Exercises judgment within generally defined practices and policies in selecting methods and techniques for acquiring solutions.

Alliance Management: Ensures optimal alignment with both Alliance and internal partners in support of project/program, while driving activities forward, and communicating potential risks and solutions transparently.

This role might be for you if:
  • You are passionate about the impact your work can have on the healthcare community
  • You enjoy a work environment with cross-functional teams.
  • You are at ease with an abundance of detail and complexity, yet mindful of the big picture.
  • You have the innate ability to balance multiple projects and initiatives, prioritize them and execute them independently, while excelling at keeping all partners advised and engaged

Job requirements:To be considered for this opportunity, you must have a minimum of BA/BS degree in a related field preferably. Your experience should also include 5 + years of experience in area of clinical research, regulatory or field-based functions in the pharmaceutical or biotech industry. A science background in the immunology and/or antibody research would be preferred.

Does this sound like you? Apply now to take your first steps toward living the Regeneron Way! We have an inclusive and diverse culture that provides amazing benefits including health and wellness programs, fitness centers and stock for employees at all levels!

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