As a top five CRO, we have worked on 100+ marketed drugs across several therapeutic areas and conducted the pivotal or supportive trials that led to FDA and/or international regulatory approval of 45+ such drugs.
At PRA Health Sciences, providing innovative solutions for our clients is what we do. From full service clinical development to the pioneering Embedded SolutionsTM model, PRA provides a broad spectrum of solutions that meet the demands of a diverse marketplace.
At PRA, borders do not create boundaries. PRA’s success is dependent upon our ability to attract and retain a talented team of diverse professionals. Our growing workforce is comprised of over 11,000 employees, spanning 13 time zones across six continents and who speak more than 30 languages – yet operate in unison as one worldwide PRA community.
Working as an integral part of the PRA Clinical Testing team . Clinical Research Manager is ultimately responsible for the successful recommends and implements clinical system testing performance and productivity improvements. He would be responsible for participates in business development initiatives, including presentations and proposal development. Exhibits basic knowledge of the design and development of multiple EDC systems (including DataLabs, Medidata, Oracle Inform, and Oracle RDC).
Monitors the progress and performance of assigned testing activities to ensure project timelines are met and report the metrics for these studies in a timely manner to avoid any missed deliverables .
Requires conceptual thinking to understand complex issues and their implications.
Desired skills and qualifications:
The successful candidate for this role will be able to demonstrate prior experience of working 2+ years of clinical monitoring experience required. Ability to work in the night shift (IST) for the maintenance and support of Testing Clinical studies coordinating, with project team members over different time zones.
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