BioTelemetry Research - Project Manager

US-MD-Rockville
1 month ago
Job ID
2017-2788
# Positions
3
Company
Cardiocore Biotelemetry Research

Overview

Project Manager - Rockville, MD 

 

The Project Manager I is the main point of contact for clients on all assigned projects and acts as the lead on a clinical trial.  The Project Manager I will develop project timelines, assure adherence to the timelines and provide client support throughout the life cycle of a project for all contracted study-related activities within a clinical trial.  This will be completed with support from a Senior Project Manager or Department Manager.  This position will coordinate cross-functional activities of internal resources to ensure quality and on-time project deliverables are met.  Project Managers are responsible for maintaining the proper project documentation and ensuring compliance with SOPs and the regulatory requirements for clinical trials.  The PM I will be responsible for revenue forecasting, tracking and submittal and will also update budgets and contracts as necessary.

 

Responsibilities

 

 

Responsibilities:

Project Management

  • Apply project management principles, concepts and techniques for effective project management, including quality assurance and customer satisfaction
  • Maintain a positive, results-oriented work environment by building partnerships, modeling teamwork and communicating in an open, balanced and objective manner
  • Act as the primary contact and study lead with the client from startup through close-out of a project, with moderate supervision from a Senior Project Manager
  • Implement project plans, develop PowerPoint presentations and timelines for internal and external kick-off meetings and ensure agreement by parties involved, with support from a Senior Project Manager
  • Escalate issues to management as appropriate
  • Revenue forecasting, tracking and submittal to meet departmental metrics and goals
  • Participate on cross-functional teams for both immediate requirements but also long-term improvement objectives
  • Conduct routine client teleconferences and generate and maintain accurate records and meeting minutes in accordance with regulatory guidelines
  • Update budgets and contracts and gain management approvals for Change Requests
  • May generate and maintain patient and site tracking reports via MS Excel and Study Databases and provide updates to clients on a regular basis
  • May travel with Business Development for client meetings
  • Present internally and externally on project portfolio
  • Conducting quality control review of project deliverables and documentation
  • Participate, as requested by Regulatory Compliance, in customer audits of BioTelemetry Research alongside a Senior Project Manager or Department Manager
  • Identify potential risks to projects and implement processes and tactics to proactively mitigate

 

Qualifications

Experience:  

  • Minimum Bachelor’s Degree (preference in Life Sciences or similar) or equivalent education/work experience
  • One to two years in a clinical research environment preferred
  • Minimum of one to three years in a client facing role

 

Requirements:

  • Up to 10% travel possible to include domestic and international

 

 

Skills:

  • Must be highly organized and motivated
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with coworkers, managers and clients
  • Excellent customer service skills with strong communication and interpersonal skills
  • Good problem solving skills
  • Ability to work in groups and individually with moderate supervision
  • Ability to learn and apply new technology
  • General knowledge of applicable regulations desired
  • General knowledge of Good Clinical Practice desired
  • Self-starter with a “can do” disposition
  • Ability to multi-task, response to challenges with creativity, empathy and flexibility, and work well in a fast-paced team environment
  • Intermediate MS office experience required

 

 

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Company

Cardiocore Biotelemetry Research

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