IRT Tech Project Manager
What to Expect
- Collaborate with sponsor stakeholders to ensure the IRT meets study protocol needs
- Ensure IRT best practices are used to meet the need of the clinical and supply teams
- Lead clinical and supply teams in IRT problem identification and problem solution. Help drive an understanding of the root cause; ensure corrective and preventative actions are recorded and address the root cause. If applicable, ensure effectiveness checks are installed and address the issue root cause
- Escalate system issues or problems within the appropriate IRT vendor and/or sponsor communication pathways
- Actively participate in vendor management meetings to engage IRT vendors to help create a collaborative relationship
- As directed by sponsor, lead/support UAT activities
- Understand the various integrations that can interface with the IRT. Help identify and address issues between IRT and integrated vendor
- Help educate and drive best practices with sponsor stakeholders
- 100% Remote
- University / college degree (life sciences, health sciences, information technology or related subjects preferred).
- Experience and/or education plus relevant work experience, equating to a bachelor's degree will be accepted in lieu of a bachelor’s degree.
- Fluent in English, both written and verbal
- Proven ability in understanding the IRT SDLC
- High-level understanding of clinical supply and clinical operations within pharmaceuticals
- Knowledge of databases and various tools used to help extract and disseminate study information
- Working experience with statistical and clinical operations interaction
- Ability to clearly communicate and report on IRT data to help teams understand issue, trend, or IRT/protocol need
- Working understanding of GCP and GMP regulations
- Proficient with Microsoft tools (Word, Excel, Visio, PowerPoint, Project, Teams)
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