A Clinical Project Manager plans and manages all aspects of a clinical trial. He or she has the responsibility of starting, executing, and overseeing multiple clinical trials which can be national or internationally operated. The clinical trials have pre-determined timelines, resources, assigned protocols, and country regulations.
As a Clinical Project Manager, you are responsible for managing the Clinical Research Associates and the internal clinical project team. Management activities involve assisting performance metrics and supporting the team to ensure targets are met. The Clinical Project Manager needs to collaborate closely with other departments to be able to keep up with the targets that are made within the team. Other tasks the Clinical Project Managers fulfils are drawing up timelines, reviewing project budgets, monitoring costs, and providing cost effective solutions. The Clinical Project Manager also needs to be aware of project study trends and has to respond proactively to these trends within the team. The tasks that are completed within the team are recorded in project reports which are updated by the Clinical Project Manager. Management and sponsors are kept up to date by these project reports. Overall, the Clinical Project Manager provides guidance and mentors the project team members.
The requirements for a Clinical Project Manager are dependent on the type of company and clinical trials that are executed. These different types of activities and companies require different knowledge and experiences. In general, there are basic requirements and skills needed:
Vacancies for Clinical Project Managers regularly come available at QTC Recruitment. The available vacancies exclusively belong to QTC Recruitment’s clients from the life sciences industry. If you are interested in this position, or any other related position, you can send your resume to email@example.com or feel free to contact us at +31 (0)23 754 86 60.