Temp- Senior Manager, Quality Management Lead

Tarrytown, New York, United States of America
Jun 04, 2021
Quality, Quality Control
Required Education
Bachelors Degree
Position Type
The Regeneron GCP Quality Management Lead (QML) is a key position that will provide guidance and leadership for preparation and conduct of Regeneron-sponsored clinical trials from the time of synopsis generation and protocol authoring through final CSR. This individual will build strategic partnerships and direct risk-based quality management activities with Clinical Study Teams. We expect you will be responsible for assuring that the Clinical Study Team and all relevant documents are inspection ready at all times. The QML will partner with other members of the GCP Quality department to identify trends through metrics in order to diagnose and remediate systemic quality issues. S/he will also have responsibility for ensuring that no study "goes live" until all basic requirements are met (including but not limited to executed study plans and "live" systems (EDC, TMF, etc.)In this role, a typical day might include the following:Responsible for leading all aspects of 2-4 studies from a quality perspective within a program in conjunction with business and Associate Director/Director, QMLLead Quality Risk Management activities on all Regeneron-sponsored clinical trials within assigned studiesLead Quality Risk Assessment and Control Tracker (QRACT) activities at the time of Protocol development predicated on ICH E6 R2Reassess quality risks throughout the study and adjust the plan as necessaryPartner with Regeneron Clinical Study Lead/Oversight Monitoring/CRO to supervise site level quality risksParticipate as an active Clinical Study Team (CST) memberProvide day to day quality and compliance support to CST members, including SSN/issue management (investigation/actions), audit responses, proactive quality management, CAPA oversight, protocol deviation review, audit/protocol deviation/issue trendingCollaborate with Associate Director and Director, GCP Quality Management Lead, to roll-up study information and trendsCollaborate with GCP Quality Inspection Management Team to assure that studies within assigned program are inspection ready at all times, including conduct of quality assessments, participation in site inspection readiness visits, and participation in inspection conductPerform periodic TMF reviews to assist teams in achieving a real-time approach to inspection readinessParticipate in Quarterly Quality Metrics ReviewTrack the study "Green Light" process assuring that no patient is entered into any clinical trial until all study level plans are approved and EDC, IxRS and ePRO have "gone live"This role might be for you if:We desire a Bachelor's degree (Master's degree preferred) with 8+ years of relevant industry experienceWe look for 5+ years' experience working in either a clinical compliance group, QA Quality Management/Quality Risk Management function, or Clinical Development with expertise and/or transferrable skills with Good Clinical Practice and Regulatory Inspections.Excellent communication skills and ability to work with people in all levels of the organization and externally.Proven skills in taking initiative and working independentlyExperience with FDA or other Regulatory Inspections of Investigator sites, Sponsors or CROs.Proven experience in driving Quality into the Clinical Trial Operations processesSelf-motivated with the ability to work effectively in a dynamic environment with ambiguityStrong leadership with demonstrated ability to work with senior leadersGood problem solving, written and verbal communication skillsAbility to effectively lead multiple prioritiesConsistent track record of project management, partner management, teamwork skills and resolving complex situations
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