Associate Clinical Project Leader
The Associate Clinical Project Manager is a member of the core project team responsible for project delivery of clinical studies.
In this role, your key purpose will be to drive operational excellence and strategic leadership with our third-party vendors and customers as well as running your own small studies, as part of your development.
Key collaborators are the Project Lead for partnering in overall project management, Clinical Lead for site management, the Project Management Analyst for project coordination, tracking and financial analysis, and the Site Activation Manager as an expert in start-up.
This is an important and high-profile role within our organization and IQVIA’s size and global footprint will present you with the breadth of opportunities necessary to develop your career.
Responsibilities might include:
Provide input to integrated study management plans with the core project team and/or sub-team and ensuring consistent use of study tools, training materials and compliance with standard processes, policies and procedures
Anticipating risk and implementing mitigation strategies for assigned activities and partner with project leader and other functional leads in problem solving and resolution efforts.
Collaborate with other functional groups within the company where necessary to support milestone achievement and to manage study issues and obstacles.
Support the project leader to prepare/present project and/or sub-team information proactively to external stakeholders.
Achieve project quality by identifying quality risks and issues, responding to issues raised by project sub-team members and partner with project leader planning/implementing appropriate corrective and preventative action plans.
Lead the efforts of a project sub-team, responsible for managing cross-collaboration of the sub-team to support milestone achievement and to manage issues and obstacles.
Support the project leader in ensuring the financial success of the project.
Forecast and identify opportunities to accelerate activities to bring revenue forward in partnership with the senior project leader.
Identify changes in scope and partner with project leader to manage change control process as necessary.
When assigned as project vendor manager
Develop the study level vendor management plan including deliverables & milestones, SLAs and reporting, Communication & Issue escalation plan, risks management, filing plan (eTMF), equipment supply strategy, vendor training, key team member transition plan, system access
Serving as the primary contact with the customer for progress, risk management and governance of third-party vendors
Manage & track vendor performance through KPIs, deliverables and milestones and prepare/present third party vendor status/ performance proactively to internal stakeholders
Ensuring the third party vendor study budget is managed proactively including scope changes and financial systems are accurate
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
Bachelor's degree in life sciences or related field and 2 years’ clinical research experience
Minimum 2-3 years prior project management experience and experience in clinical operations; or equivalent combination of education, training and experience
IQVIA is a leading global provider of advanced analytics, technology solutions and clinical research services to the life sciences industry. We believe in pushing the boundaries of human science and data science to make the biggest impact possible – to help our customers create a healthier world. Learn more at https://jobs.iqvia.com
We are committed to providing equal employment opportunities for all, including veterans and candidates with disabilities. https://jobs.iqvia.com/eoe
IQVIA’s ability to operate and provide certain services to customers and partners necessitates IQVIA and its employees meet specific requirements regarding COVID-19 vaccination status. https://jobs.iqvia.com/covid-19-vaccine-statusThe potential base pay range for this role, when annualized, is $87,900.00 - $131,900.00. The actual base pay offered may vary based on a number of factors including job-related qualifications such as knowledge, skills, education, and experience; location; and/or schedule (full or part-time). Dependent on the position offered, incentive plans, bonuses, and/or other forms of compensation may be offered, in addition to a range of health and welfare and/or other benefits.