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Project Manager - Clinical Outcomes Technology, eCOA

Reference: JR061548_1572527561

Project Manager, Clinical Outcomes Technology, eCOA

Location: UK, Spain, Poland (flexible to be home based)

'At ICON, it's our people that set us apart'

ICON PLC is a Clinical Research Organization with a strong global reputation in our approach to clinical development. We apply scientific and operational excellence across all phases of clinical trial outsourcing services for our clients. We have offices in 40 countries with over 80 offices worldwide and over 14K employees globally and an annual turnover in excess of $1.2 billion.

ICON's Clinical Outcome Technology practice is a market leader in digital health including electronic observational measure development and validation. Our Clinical Outcome Technology team combines opinion-leading scientific expertise and knowledge of marketplace and regulatory landscapes with consultancy skills and understanding of client needs.

The Project Manager supports their assigned department or functional team through the independent management of assigned projects and tasks. The Project Manager acts as the Subject Matter Expert and consults on each project to ensure best practice is implemented for each technology implemented in a study. The Project Manager works closely with other members of the project team, client, clinical/scientific teams, and internal and external clients and vendors for successful project execution. The Project Manager supports the development and training of more junior staff. The Project Manager has a firm grasp on the process and deliverables of their functional team and actively contributes to process improvements.

If you are looking to join a company which will offer you a strong support network with an inspiring and motivating working environment, then this is the job for you.

To be successful, applicants must be able to demonstrate drive, passion and a strong sense of team working, along with a desire to progress within our organization. You will have significant experience in eCOA, Digital health, research technology, Outcomes Research, or eClinical/Clinical field or related services/industry. Successful candidates will also possess great communication skills and be comfortable managing a variety of tasks at one time.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Subject Matter expertise in the areas of eCOA and other technologies used for subject data collection
  • Assumes responsibility for planning, execution, financial and timeline management of multifunctional projects with varying complexity while adhering to SOPs and performance metric standards
  • Independently selects and manages external and internal resources on assigned projects or tasks
  • Independently makes pivotal project decisions and communicates the decisions to the client.
  • Owns all project tracking data and is responsible for regular upkeep and accuracy of the data
  • Oversees decision-making of project analysts.
  • Anticipates and responds to client and/or project needs with limited or no guidance
  • Anticipates key project risks. Proactively develops and executes mitigating strategies effectively as required.
  • Involved with client communication, and may be primary point of contact with client.
  • Efficiently delegates and communicates with project team, and ensures proper staffing and oversight on projects.
  • Understands the project scope. Identifies scope creep on and develops/executes resolution plan.
  • Supports the preparation of proposal documents and budget.
  • Relevant training in system development lifecycle methodology, eCOA modality technology, and other disciplines relevant to eCOA system design, such as statistics, economics and validation of clinical data gathering instruments required
  • High proficiency in MS Word, PowerPoint and Excel.
  • Training in GCP and other regulations and official Guidance to Industry affecting conduct of clinical trials and implementation of information systems supporting clinical trials, preferred.


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