Health Data Specialists (HeaDS), an Athens, Greece based CRO with a global reach, is seeking an Assistant Project Manager for its international Clinical Trial operations.
The Assistant Project Manager role will be involved in multi-center global interventional Clinical Trials across multiple Therapeutic Areas, with key focus on Oncology / Hematology.
Job Description :
The Assistant Project Manager will :
Assisting in the planning and implementation of projects.
Provide support to the Clinical Project Manager on the technical, protocol-specific and operational aspects of assigned studies to ensure that project deliverables meet the agreed expectations.
Organize & oversee a cross-functional team in accordance with applicable project plans, SOPs, ICH / GCP and regulatory requirements.
Oversee performance of third party vendors.
Confirm and apply quality control activities.
Participate in the training and development of the clinical study team.
Evaluate and report the progress of the project to ensure that the timeline is followed steadily and consistently.
Review and approve site visit reports; ensure tracking, follow up and resolution of site issues has been completed in a timely manner.
Job Requirements :
Bachelor’s and / or master’s degree (in Health Sciences preferred)
Previous work experience :
o Minimum 3 years’ experience with clinical trial conduct as a CRA or other operational role
o Experience in managing or coordinating international multi-center trials is highly desired.
Advanced user of Microsoft Office Suite; experience with project management software is desired.
Ability to handle complex projects; flexibility in managing changing priorities; strategic problem solving and judgement skills.
Capable of managing multiple projects, timelines and responsibilities.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills in English.
Ability to work with little direction.
Initiative taking and team working attitude.
Knowledge of ICH / GCP guidelines and regulatory requirements.
A genuine interest in the field of clinical development.
Willingness to travel approx. 20% of the time, including domestic and international travel.
Join us to be part of a multidisciplinary team of highly skilled professionals in the forefront of Clinical Research within a friendly work environment.
Competitive remuneration package comes on top.