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  • Project Manager (Early Phase Clinical Research, 32 – 40 hours)

    Job Locations (All) | Netherlands-Groningen
    Posted Date 11 hours ago(12/17/2018 10:08 AM)
    ID
    2018-48090
  • Overview

    Are you ready for a new challenging position at an international life-changing company? Do you want to manage and coordinate new clinical trials? If you have a Bachelor- or Master Degree with a biomedical- or life science background and at least three years of work experience, it’s now time to join PRA Health Sciences! We are now looking for a Project Manager for our Early Development Services division.

     

    We have an opening for a:

     

    Project Manager (Early Phase Clinical Research, 32 – 40 hours)

    Responsibilities

    The Project Manager is responsible for owning and achieving interim and final contractual deliverables for assigned clinical research projects, according to time, quality, scope, budget and customer satisfaction.

     

    What will you be doing as Project Manager within PRA then?

    • You manage the execution of day-to-day results for clinical research and clinical trial projects
    • You lead and direct cross-functional teams (with e.g. Research Physician, Project Nurse, Recruitment Specialist, Datamanager, Biostatistician, Medical Writer)
    • You understand and manage customer expectations to achieve client satisfaction and ensure adequate internal and external communication of information
    • You proactively identify, resolve and escalate risks and/or issues
    • You adhere to ICH/GCP guidelines, local laws and regulations, and PRA standard operating procedures

    Qualifications

    What we ask of you:

    As a Project Manager you are naturally strong in organizational- and communication skills. You are client-focused, result- and quality-oriented, decisive.

     

    Next to that, you hold a Bachelor or Master Degree in e.g. (bio)medical, life science or comparable direction and you have three to five years work experience as a (project)manager within clinical research, preferably in a commercial/industry setting.

    • If you have a PhD degree in life sciences and several years of work experience within clinical research we also invite you to apply
    • You are fluent in English and able to speak Dutch
    • You are able to direct a team without being hierarchical superior

     

    We offer you:

    • A challenging position in a growing international company, close to our clinic in Groningen
    • We offer a competitive salary and an excellent working environment
    • PRA has its own collective labor agreement that provides good conditions for our employees like 35 holiday days per year and a good pension fund
    • Every year we organize (sporting) activities aimed at, among other things, teambuilding and conviviality. We also engage ourselves socially and, for example, we climb mountain peaks for a good cause

     

    What does PRA Health Sciences do?

     

    The Early Development Services (EDS) division of PRA is a global leader in providing early-phase clinical research and bioanalytical services to the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries. With a reputation built on excellence, quality and professionalism, we work with leading pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies, performing clinical research and bioanalytical trials on many of the most advanced experimental drugs and biologics in development today. Employees of EDS are enthusiastic and dedicated and work in a dynamic informal organization. We offer you a position to put your career to a higher level.

     

    Apply for the position: 

    If you are interested in a dynamic job and career, please send us your application letter and resume in English. Please note you can only upload one document when you apply.

     

    Contact information:

    If you require further information please contact Wytske Bijma, staff recruiting consultant on +31 50 40 22 222. 

     

    PRA is an EEO/AA employer and is committed to providing opportunities to minorities, women, veterans and individuals with disabilities.

     

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