CLINICAL SUPPLY PROJECT MANAGER - Remote - UK or US Based Position

Commercial · Remote, Middlesex
Department Commercial
Employment Type Permanent - Full Time
Minimum Experience Experienced

WHO WE ARE


Caligor Coghlan Pharma Services, our mission is to partner with pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and medical device clients to help bring new, life changing medical products and treatments to people in need across the world.

 

We feel good about the work that we do – as a global company, our services include clinical trial design, clinical packaging and labeling, medical product management and global distribution, commercial and ancillary product procurement, Early Access to Medicines services, and strategic regulatory consulting. We pride ourselves in making it our business to find a better way to deliver for our clients - and the patients they serve.  Our dedicated people care - about their work, their team, and the results we strive to deliver every day. We expect all of our people to live and work our corporate values of *Integrity*People*Quality*Service*Expertise*Accountability*

 

If you are looking for a role that supports the types of endeavors listed above in the world of Pharma Services, where what you do and how you do it will make a difference, then this Clinical Supply Project Manager position is for you.


WHAT YOU WILL DO


The Clinical Supply Project Manager plans, implements and coordinates the day-to-day clinical supplies activities for clinical research development programs associated with investigational and marketed drugs.  He/she has direct responsibility for day-to-day project planning and implementation of tasks necessary to ensure the successful completion of protocols. These tasks include building a comprehensive project plan, production scheduling, procurement coordination with Commercial team, label design coordination with Operations team, batch record documentation, packaging and distribution protocol creations, invoicing and budget tracking, and client communication and expectation management.   


The Clinical Supply Project Manager will ensure protocol-specific objectives, timelines and budget guidelines are accomplished. If variances occur, he/she will immediately report these to the client and process any necessary change orders or amendments to ensure CCPS is being compensated for work performed. He/she works closely with client representatives and site management staff to identify and propose solutions and corrective actions to complex clinical supply problems.   

   

Additional responsibilities involve ensuring tasks and activities comply with current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMPs) and under CCPS Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), plan improvement implementations related to clinical supply routine functions, interact with other departments to implement planned improvements.     

   

He/she will be responsible for leading the internal, cross-functional team assigned to each protocol; directs and coordinates the activities of project assigned team members to resolve issues including, labeling, packaging, distribution of clinical supplies, randomization, and drug accountability.   


Organizational Position

The post holder reports directly to the Senior Global Project Manager – Clinical Supply Services (CSS), but he/she will work closely with the Business Development team, the broader CCPS Commercial team, the CCPS Operations team, and the CCPS QA/QC team.


Responsibilities

  • Determine scope and operational requirements of the project from the quotation and customer supplied information. 
  • Hold a kickoff meeting with the sponsor at project initiation to ensure information is provided so that all parties are fully aware of the scope of the project and their responsibilities within the project. 
  • Work with third parties involved in projects, such as IRT providers, CROs or consultants at project initiation to determine and clearly define CCPS responsibilities within the scope of the project. 
  • Perform risk assessments at project initiation and continually assess throughout the project. Work together with CCPS internal team and customer to prioritize and mitigate any project risks identified. 
  • Responsible for the building, management, and updating of the comprehensive project plan for each project under his/her management; Identify and include on the plan all critical tasks and inter–dependencies impacting project timelines, including tasks being performed by other facilities.
  • Maintain the project plan to always reflect the current status of the tasks associated with the project. 
  • Responsible for creation of the packaging summary and/or distribution summary and disseminating them in order that all departments and sponsor are aware of agreed responsibilities and project specific requirements.   
  • Lead the activities of the project team at all stages of the project, coordinating tasks and ensuring completion in line with the timelines agreed on the project plan. 
  • For any requests for additional services / changes to scope or where a budget has been exhausted, create a change order, and obtain client approval.   
  • Attend and/or present at off-site customer / investigator meetings or conferences / workshops, as requested, using available opportunities to promote the services of CCPS. 
  • Manages flow of return CTM and final CTM accountability and destruction.  
  • Record, collate and report customer specific KPIs, agreeing and implementing performance improvement plans, where necessary. 
  • Responsible for creating the invoices for the monthly services on time as determined by the invoicing schedule. 
  • Supports Business Development team members with client visits where required.  
  • Other related duties as assigned by supervisor.


Qualifications, Experience and Skills Required

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Biology/Life Sciences or the equivalent combination of education and 5+ years pharmaceutical research experience required.     
  • Ability to organise, plan and prioritise tasks within a high volume, varied workload.
  • Ability to interpret and apply cGMP and GCP knowledge.  
  • Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to manage, motivate and influence work behaviors.  
  • Proven experience to manage and organize a team.
  • Open-minded, empathic, and able to adapt to different cultures among our international clients, investigators, study coordinators and projects.
  • Flexible, enthusiastic, and highly motivated to work in a challenging environment.
  • Proficient knowledge of various computer applications- to include Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, Outlook).
  • Attention to detail and statistical aptitude. 
  • This role may require international travel and coverage beyond normal working hours on a regular basis and it is a condition of your employment that you are able to fulfil this requirement of the role.

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  • Location
    Remote, Middlesex
  • Department
    Commercial
  • Employment Type
    Permanent - Full Time
  • Minimum Experience
    Experienced