Clinical Project Manager (Academic CTU)
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Clinical Project Manager (Academic Clinical Trial Unit)
Fixed Term Contract Until December 2025
Competitive salary, London Weighting Allowance, Excellent Pension, Flexible Working, Paid Overtime, Health & Well-Being Support Package, Training & Development Opportunities
An excellent opportunity has arisen for a Clinical Project Manager, to join a world-renowned academic research facility to lead a new oncology research project. Within this project, over 700,000 people will be invited to receive a novel CE-marked, blood test for the presence of over 50 cancers. The successful applicant will be responsible for the set-up and delivery of a multi-cancer early detection study in collaboration with commercial pharmaceutical partners and NHS England.
Reporting directly to the Head of Operations, you will use your expertise to successfully deliver the trial on time, budget and according to relevant GCP compliance. You will also be required to manage a team of trial managers, study co-ordinators and data management staff.
Utilise prior Clinical Project Management to ensure successful trial delivery on time and
Develop key strategic relationships with the study sponsor, clinicians and researchers
Lead a team of trial managers, data managers and administrators to ensure GCP
Manage the responsibilities of commercial trials in accordance with sponsor
Main point of contact for all university departments, sponsor monitors, funding bodies
and relevant ethic committees.
Undertake financial planning, management and reporting on
Clinical Project Management experience within an academic or NHS environment
Experience of leading multi-centre trials
Full management of studies from start up to close out
Oncology therapy area experience preferred but not essential
Broad experience of working with sponsors, academics, regulatory & ethics committees
Financial/Budget management experience
Life Science Degree
The successful applicant will be rewarded with a fantastic opportunity to lead and manage an exciting new research project funded until December 2025. You will work in a collaborative and supporting environment that takes pride in supporting the well-being of their staff. Due to current Covid19 restrictions, this role is fully home-based but will require a presence of at least 2 days per week in the office once it is safe to do so.
If this role is of interest, please send your cv to George.Danchie@cpl.com or call 0118 959 4990 for more information.