Associate Director Clinical Trial Liaison

Working from Home
Apr 24, 2022
Required Education
Bachelors Degree
Position Type
Full time

The Associate Director Clinical Trial Liaison (CTL) supports Global Development clinical study execution as the local field-based representative for the sponsor company in one or more countries/regions supporting clinical development programs.  The CTL interacts with investigator sites and other parties related to clinical trial execution.

The CTL provides regional and country specific insights to support study feasibility, site identification and selection, and patient recruitment and retention initiatives. In collaboration with the study team, the CTL both identifies and helps facilitate resolution of investigator site issues.

A typical day might include the following:

  • Provide country/regional operational insight into site feasibility and selection and overall patient recruitment strategy
  • Participate in Clinical Study Team Meetings and Quality Review Meetings where necessary providing input to study teams on operational issues based on site visits and contacts
  • Attend and present at investigator meetings, monitor workshops/training
  • Participate in site visits with investigator site staff and/or CRO representatives, or independently, in support of clinical trial execution and report back to study teams eg. feasibility, start up activities, enrolment or raised study/site issues
  • Responsible for review, documentation and follow up of investigator site issues including tracking metrics 
  • Provides sponsor regional operational support and acts as point of escalation for investigator sites as appropriate
  • Participate in Regulatory GCP inspections and/or audits at investigator sites as sponsor representative

To be considered:

  • Bachelor’s Degree as a minimum with 10+ years relevant industry and/or CRO experience.
  • Extensive experience in global clinical trial operations required
  • Extensive medical and scientific knowledge and clinical development understanding
  • Excellent communicator of technical and scientific information
  • Excellent social skills and collaboration as well as independent working style
  • Ability to build relations with the external medical community
  • Proactive and self-motivated, ability to align activities with the clinical development plans (CDPs)
  • Strong organizational skills with effective use of time and prioritization
  • Cross cultural awareness and fluent in at least one commonly spoken European language in addition to English
  • A working understanding of ICH/GCP
  • This role will require 60% travel

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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