The Prostate Cancer Clinical Trials Consortium (PCCTC) is hiring a Research Project Manager (RPM) . As an integral member of the research team and in compliance with all regulatory, institutional, and departmental requirements, the Research Project Manager is responsible for providing support to the Clinical Operations Program Manager and Chief Executive Officer for multi-center clinical trial activities. Commitment to accuracy, high attention-to-detail, and ability to work independently are critical competencies for the role.
More information about thePCCTC :
The Prostate Cancer Clinical Trials Consortium (PCCTC) was initiated in 2005 by the Prostate Cancer Foundation (PCF) and the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) Prostate Cancer Research Program (PCRP) in response to critically unmet needs in prostate cancer clinical research identified by physician investigators and patient advocates. Established as an independent entity in 2014, the PCCTC, LLC is now the nations premier multicenter Clinical Research Organization (CRO) specializing in cutting-edge prostate cancer research. The PCCTC works together with distinguished investigators on a single mission: to design, implement and complete hypothesis-driven early phase trials in prostate cancer, translating scientific discoveries to improved standards of care. To fulfill its mission, the PCCTC developed a unique infrastructure, which has fostered a culture of transparent project co-development between investigators, research sites and industry partners.
As determined by manager, manage staff and their development - Participate in the orientation, training and supervision of Research Project Associates. Participate in facilitating departmental trainings. Align staff and resources with appropriate protocols and research needs. Maintain workflow consistency amongst staff with standardized processes.
Manage and champion a highly complex multi-institutional, international, prospectively designed clinical registry, in addition to clinical trials as required by the Company.
Design and oversee operational and quality plans including concept development, correlative and translational design, protocol and informed consent drafting, safety and regulatory document drafting, monitoring and quality plan drafting, etc.
Communicate effectively by establishing strong working relationships with a diverse matrix of clinical trial sites, investigators, pharmaceutical & biotechnology executives, registry executive committee members, and other important stakeholders.
Synthesize complex clinical, regulatory, and other clinical trial information into actionable plans.
Provide necessary documentation in compliance with existing standard operating procedures, regulatory guidelines, etc.
Communicate and work effectively with all stakeholders of the PCCTC Executive Leadership, Clinical Operations, Informatics, Business Management, Budgets & Contracts, Editorial, etc.
4-7 years of relevant (clinical research) experience, or as determined by hiring manager.
A Masters degree is preferred.
Proven ability to manage clinical research projects with strict deadlines.
Knowledge and experience with clinical trial execution.
Working knowledge of the Code of Federal Regulations, Good Clinical Practice, and Human Subjects Protection.
Knowledge of clinical trial regulatory and safety management preferred.
Comfortable working in a fast-paced environment.
Strong organizational, prioritization, and project management skills.
Strong computing skills including proficiency in MS Office products.
Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills.
Ability to solve problems by using a logical, systematic, sequential approach.
Experience working with prostate cancer clinical trials and/or large scale registry projects is a plus. #LI-POST
Internal Number: 2020-40421
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