The Clinical Trial Project Manager will primarily be responsible for the coordination and management of a large, multi-site prehospital clinical trial in South Africa.
Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences
Division of Emergency Medicine
Clinical Trial Project Manager (4-years fixed-term contract with benefits)
The Division of Emergency Medicine, in collaboration with the US Department of Defense, will embark on a multi-site, prehospital clinical trial in South Africa.
The Clinical Trial Project Manager will primarily be responsible for the coordination and management of a large, multi-site prehospital clinical trial in South Africa, and will work closely with the Principal Investigator and the Clinical Trial Coordinator to ensure effective execution of the project.
Responsibilities will include:
- Planning and executing the clinical trial in accordance with all relevant regulatory requirements, funder contracts and approved standard operating procedures;
- Ensuring execution of the clinical trial in accordance with agreed upon milestones;
- Developing best practices and tools for project execution and management;
- Managing stakeholder relationships, including the funder, university offices, subcontractors and collaborative research team;
- Coordinating the recruitment and selection process for study personnel and overseeing the appointment process in liaison with Human Resources;
- Managing all study personnel;
- Overseeing procurement processes;
- Ensuring budget and financial reporting compliance;
- Managing monitoring and quality control procedures;
- Ensuring compliance with all reporting requirements.
- Current Good Clinical Practice certification;
- Minimum five years' experience in clinical trial management;
- Demonstrable experience in planning and executing a multi-site project;
- Demonstrable experience in managing a diverse, multi-site team;
- Valid driver's licence;
- Ability to work independently;
- Strong communication and interpersonal skills;
- Advanced computer literacy;
- Attention to detail;
- Willingness to travel.
- A relevant Health Sciences degree;
- Demonstrable experience working in the Clinical Sciences, particularly in Emergency Care;
- Working knowledge of REDCap;
- Registration as a GCP instructor;
- Formal project management qualifications.
Enquiries regarding job content: Dr. Colleen Saunders on 021 650 4842, or at email@example.com
Enquiries regarding remuneration/benefits as well as technical assistance with the electronic application process: Human Resources Division, Tygerberg Campus on 021 808 2753
Closing date: 23 November 2018
Commencement date: 1 January 2019
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