Temp - Assoc Mgr Clinical Study (Early Development)
The Clinical Study Associate Manager role supports the Clinical Study Lead by taking responsibility for areas of clinical trial delivery. This role applies to internally sourced studies and studies out-sourced to Clinical Research Organizations (CROs) and the balance of direct execution versus oversight of CROs deliverables will vary accordingly. The Clinical Study Associate Manager works with the study team internally and externally with vendors such as CROs in feasibility, planning, initiation, maintenance and closeout of clinical projects according to GCP, ICH, CFR and Regeneron Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs). Travel to study sites may be required to assist with supervising clinical studies.
May lead/oversee the planning and management of a clinical study in an assigned region(s) in alignment with the global study plans and may contribute to global planning and management of the study
Contributes to risk assessment and helps identify risk mitigation strategies
Supports feasibility assessment to select relevant regions and countries
Oversees and provides input to the development of study specific documentation including but not limited to: case report form (CRF), data management plan, monitoring plan, monitoring oversight plan, etc.
Reviews site level informed consents and other patient-facing study start-up materials
Oversees setting up and maintenance of study systems including Clinical Trial Management System (CTMS) and Trial Master File (TMF) Contributes to investigator meeting preparation and execution
Is responsible for engagement, contracting and management of required vendors for the study
Oversees and provides input to study drug and clinical supplies' forecasting, drug accountability and drug reconciliation
Provides regular status reports to customers as requested by the Clinical Study Lead
Contributes to development of and is responsible for implementation of recruitment and retention strategies
Monitors progress for site activation and monitoring visits
Supports data quality including regular review of data metrics and listings, protocol deviations, eligibility violations, dosing deviations and suspected non-compliance by sites
Escalates data flow and data quality issues to Clinical Study Lead
Oversees the execution of the specific clinical study deliverables against planned timelines
Escalates issues related to timelines or budget to Clinical Study Lead
Supports accurate budget management and scope changes
Contributes to clinical project audit and inspection readiness throughout the study lifecycle
Supports internal and external inspection activities and contributes to CAPAs as required
Leads aspects of study close-out activities including but not limited to database lock, reconciliation of vendor contract, study budget, TMF and study drug accountability
May be responsible for mentoring clinical trial management staff
May be assigned unmasked tasks for studies, which may include but is not limited to, assisting with masked investigational product, set up and management of unmasked trial master file, review of unmasked data in the electronic data capture system, point of contact for IVRS issues, and support oversight of unmasked clinical monitoring
May require 25% travel
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills; ability to build relationships internally and externally
A data driven approach to executing and problem solving
Attention to details for the ability to deliver on specific study activities
Technical proficiency in trial management systems and MS applications including (but not limited to) Project, PowerPoint, Word, Excel, IVRS/IWRS, EDC, TMF
Proactive and self-disciplined, ability to meet deadlines, effective use of time, and prioritization
Budget awareness with the ability to participate in various aspects of budget management
Familiarity with medical terms
Vendor management experience
Experience in clinical trial operations including experience developing key study documents
Knowledge of ICH/GCP and regulatory guidelines/directives
4+ years of relevant industry experience.
To be considered for this opportunity you must possess a Bachelors’ degree with a minimum of 8 years of relevant industry experience. Advanced degrees may be considered in lieu of relevant experience. Direct experience managing global clinical trial operations is a must, including experience developing protocols and key study documents. You will also need technical proficiency trial management software and MS applications to be considered.
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