We have an exciting opportunity to join our dynamic team in the Department ofNeurology as a Clinical Research Manager (CRM) in a remote/hybrid capacity .
The Clinical Research Manager is the research operations, thought, and business partner to key stakeholders, providing strategic, financial, analytical, operational, and informational support. They are responsible for supervising research operations and the staff assigned to this task, ensuring the highest quality patient-centric care, data management, clinic management, and regulatory compliance on all clinical trials and corresponding research projects.
As a CRM, you will be responsible for the following:
Clinical Research Operations Leadership: Provides leadership, strategic direction, and oversight of assigned department(s)/service(s) including all protocols and research projects. Partners with leadership strategically forecastoperational needsand setsthe long-term directionof the program.
Quality Assurance: Participate and ensure preparedness in routine audits for data quality, regulatory compliance, patient safety issues related to clinical trial. Ensures compliance with policies and procedures, quality and safety standards, improvement initiatives, and external regulations.
Staff Management: Directs the functions and activities of staff (direct and indirect) and is responsible for the daily operational activities of clinical research staff. Develops and builds an effective team that can achieve departmental and center goals and objectives.
Financial Management: Work closely with the appropriate partners, forecast trial resource needs, and assess staffing resource needs for program and senior leadership.
Regulatory Compliance and Oversight: Ensures that all appropriate Institutional, State, and Federal regulations are followed throughout the course of a research project, database, or protocol. Ensures that research protocols are approved by the Institutional Review Board and followed as written
Special Projects: Participates and/or coordinates departmental and/or organization-wide research projects. Provides leadership, organizational, creative, or clerical support to both established and new research initiatives
Proactive and motivated to take correct actions to advance our mission through your own experienced judgement and informed analysis.
Effective at building formal and informal networks inside and outside the organization to further departmental and institutional goals.
Adept at building partnerships and working collaboratively with others to meet shared objectives and goals.
A good decision-maker, with shown success at making timely decisions that keep projects on deadline.
Detailed oriented and able to multi task.
Able to manage competing priorities.
Eager to foster talent and mentor staff in their current roles and develop them so that they can attain the next steps in their career.
A Bachelor's degree (preferred)
4 years of clinical research experience (preferred)
2+ years of staff management experience.
Thorough knowledge of Good Clinical Practice (GCP) guidelines, Human Subject Protection, clinical trial design, regulatory processes, and clinical development process required.
Effective written/verbal communication and oral presentation skills required. Excellent interpersonal, leadership, decision-making and issue resolution skills are essential.
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