INC Research employees don’t accept ordinary. From therapeutic experts to administrative support staff, each member of our 5,000-strong team continually searches for better. Whether that’s better clinical development through our unique Trusted Process®, or better insights from the 100-plus countries in which we operate. It means we deliver success faster, not only for our customers and the patients we serve, but also ourselves.
At INC Research we appreciate the importance of having experts dedicated to the set up stages of the studies, and for this reason we have a devoted Study Start Up team with departments focused upon Site Identification and Feasibility, Site Contracts, Ethics and Regulatory and Patient Recruitment.
As a member of our Study Start Up team you will traverse all therapeutic areas and phases, providing your expertise at this vital period of time in the study. This expertise at this critical time has resulted in the average study start up time four weeks faster than industry standard.
We are looking to add a Manager, Study Start-Up & Regulatory to our Raleigh team!
As a Manager, Study Start-Up & Regulatory you will be responsible for:
- Approves courses action for staff members on salary administration, interviewing and selection, terminations, professional development, performance appraisals, job description preparation, and employee counseling. Works with and advises staff on administrative policies and procedures, technical problems, priorities, and methods.
-Facilitates processes, resourcing, and communications within a department, across departments, or within the country assigned. Acts as liaison and facilitator between customer leaders and senior management for related tasks and/or issues. Plans and negotiates resources with line management of functional areas.
-Supports management with site start-up and financial management tasks of projects, as well as strategy development for process improvement. Facilitates and supports project reviews with Clinical Operations staff, focusing on budget, schedule, and risk analysis.
-Supports management in reviewing, approving, and presenting prepared information at project or departmental review meetings. Develops and implements training programs for appropriate departmental teams.
-Interacts with the executive management and Legal Department and assists with the accurate creation and implementation of site start-up and regulatory management workflows. Identifies and reports on areas of process and risk.
We are seeking candidates with the following key attributes:
-Bachelor’s degree (B.A. /B.S.) Business Administration, Public Administration, Public Health, related field, or equivalent combination of education and experience. Advanced degree preferred
-A minimum of five (5) years of years of contracts, clinical research, or related experience that includes four (4) years of managing clinical research projects across functional areas.
- Experience managing a staff preferred.
- Moderate experience in a clinical research organization and related contract management or site start-up experience.
-Strong Microsoft Office skills
--Superior analytical, negotiation, and organizational skills required.
- Effective oral and written communication skills are required
should you be interested in applying for this position, please visit our website: http://www.incresearch.com/careers/ and search via requisition number 12635
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