Project Management

Project Manager



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  • Coordinating functional area input and drug development deliverables
  • Provide detailed timelines for individual deliverables to the project lead
  • Ensure project team has appropriate deliverable templates 
  • Initiating escalation of issues to project lead:
    • Potential and actual timeline delays to specific deliverables
    • Out of scope work requested by the client OR functional area leads
  • Setting up project folders (currently sharepoint) for the receipt of client documentation
  • Ensuring transfer of client documents to team repository
  • Researching (scientific research, literature searches) and summarizing in a document, current literature, including current product label, treatment guidelines, competitive landscape assessments and standard of care, to assist the project lead in the preparation of all deliverables
  • Summarizing animal and clinical studies to facilitate evaluation of the potential safety and efficacy of the drug under study
  • Describing/defining data and methods used including references & citations
  • Provide detailed timelines for individual deliverables to the project lead
  • Setting up submissions related project folders within the overall project folder structure
  • Compile and coordinate publishing activities for regulatory submissions
    • Create submission document requirements lists and timeline
    • Identify internal resources (e.g, medical writers, nonclinical and CMC authors)
    • Plan workshare across submission team
    • Plan workflow and meetings with sponsor to promote submission progress
    • Collate submission documents, quality review and electronic submission
    • Serve as point of contact with health authority (Agency)
    • Coordinate team and resource for responses to questions from health authorities
  • Provide oversight and guidance to eCTD Lead
    • Liaise with Sponsors for quality review and submission
    • Liaise with publishing for submission
  • IND maintenance of regulatory submissions
    • Support sponsors for updates to regulatory submissions
    • Submit information amendments, safety reports and annual reports
    • Track and maintain correspondence and amendments with health authorities
  • Serve as US agent to FDA

Required Experience/Expertise:

  • Masters degree (or equivalent). PhD, PharmD, or MD degree is preferred.
  • Experience with medical, pharmaceutical, and/or research concepts.
  • Minimum of two years’ work experience (e.g., student internships, postdoctoral fellowships, laboratory positions, or project management).
  • Experience with principles of or project work involving Chemistry, Manufacturing, and Controls (CMC), nonclinical safety research, or clinical study design, management, or participation is desirable.
  • Working knowledge of medical terminology and basic statistical concepts is strongly preferred.
  • Proficiency in scientific writing (outlining, drafting, revising, and reviewing).
  • Excellent reasoning capabilities, scientific acumen, and writing capabilities are required.
  • Proficiency with software applications including Microsoft PowerPoint, Excel, Word, Project, Outlook, Teams, and Visio.
  • Detail-oriented, thorough, and methodical.
  • Able to reduce complex scientific data to its essence in tabular or summary form.
  • Flexible and adaptable to changes in work duties, responsibilities, and requirements.
  • Team-oriented individuals who keep others informed of the progress and status of projects.
  • Able to focus on strategic objectives in a dynamic environment.

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