Senior Study Manager - Oncology - Home Based Remote United States, Clairmont Canada,
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The Study Manager will be accountable for the operational planning, feasibility, and execution of a clinical protocol.
- A graduate degree or undergraduate degree.
- Bachelor’s degree in the Life Sciences highly preferred
- Study Manager level = BS with 4+ years’; or MS with 3+ years’; or PhD with <2 years’ relevant career experience
- Senior Study Manager level = BS with 7+ years’; or MS with 5+ years’; or PhD with <2 years’ relevant career experience
- Oncology experience required
- Pharmaceutical and/or clinical drug development experience.
- 20-30% travel required
- Excellent oral (including presentation) and written communication, computer/database management and project management skills
What will you be doing?You will be accountable for the operational planning, feasibility, and execution of a clinical protocol. You may lead a team in key study planning, development and execution elements (e.g., data management deliverables, protocol level plans/timelines, country/site selection, system updates, Investigator Meeting planning, communication plans, preparation of status update reports, study closeout activities). You may serve as the clinical trial team (CTT) lead for timeline management, risk identification and mitigation, issue resolution. You will be accountable for managing any study specific partners and/or vendors. You will also facilitate and collaborate with key internal/external stakeholders (study team, subsidiary country teams, vendors, committees, etc) in support of clinical study objectives.
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