Clinical Project Manager
San Diego, CA
At Advanced Clinical, we’re excited to share with you a great contract opportunity for a Clinical Project Manager to be part of a brand new trial at a growing organization located in San Diego, California. Our client has healthy funding and many new trails on the horizon. This Clinical Project Manager will provide guidance to Project Coordinators, including project coordination; participate in developing, training and maintaining Standard Operating Procedures.
• Manage day to day activities of assigned clinical trials.
• Responsible for preparing all study materials.
• Interface with the project team to set priorities and timelines for project completion.
• Report to the ADCS Principal Investigator, protocol Project Director and Clinical Operations Manager and Director regarding project progress.
• Identifies problems and develops solutions necessary to meet timelines and commitments.
• Ensures that all inquiries from participating research sites and project directors are promptly handled.
• Work directly with the protocol Project Director.
• Work with the Project Director to ensure that each protocol contains all elements required by the ADCS prior to implementation.
• Oversee the content, design, and development of data collection forms ensuring standardized format and content.
• Work with the protocol Project Director to set the agenda for training meetings involving 100-150 investigators and study.
• Experience in clinical trials, neuropsychology, data management or related field.
• 2 years clinical trial experience as a study coordinator or equivalent.
• Familiar with basic medical research principles.
• Demonstrated ability to make independent decisions, analyze situations, identify problems, develop innovative solutions, and initiate actions for effective program and project management.
• Experience creating and producing professional published materials such as newsletters, instructional and informative and procedural documents.
• Theoretical knowledge of psychology such as typically acquired by a Bachelors degree in Psychology, Public Health, or related field, or equivalent educational and work experience required.