Clinical Site Manager

Recruiter
Alcon
Location
Surrey
Posted
19 Jan 2018
Closes
18 Feb 2018
Sector
Healthcare
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Clinical Site Manager, Alcon, UK Job Summary: Would you like to work for Alcon Inc., the world’s leading eye care company dedicated to the provision of not only the highest quality eye care products but to also making significant contributions towards prevention and elimination blindness? We foster the professional growth of our associates by providing ongoing opportunities that can build upon their knowledge and skills to help further their careers. Job purpose: The Clinical Site Manager is responsible for implementing and executing Alcon’s clinical trials in the sites assigned under his/her responsibility. He/She should ensure compliance with international guidelines, local regulations and corporate policies and procedures. Key Responsibilities: -Successfully implements and executes Alcon’s clinical trials at their assigned sites -Ensures compliance with regulations, guidelines and policies for studies implemented at their assigned sites. -Ensure recruitment strategies in place to meet study needs, including patient enrollment targets at their assigned sites. -Collaborates with Clinical Study Teams and within CDMA to identify and resolve site, quality or study execution issues. -Monitor site quality and performance (metrics); develop solutions to optimize performance. -Monitor site availability, commitments, infrastructure and capabilities. -Ensure all safety issue are communicated and managed by Principal Investigator and study team in timelines appropriate to the regulatory and protocol requirements. -Develop and implements effective corrective action plans for all quality issues identified at assigned sites. -Actively participates with study team to stay current with study needs, communicating as needed with sites within defined timelines. Maintain thorough knowledge of country regulations with special focus on regulatory requirements, guidance documents, and standards relating to global clinical trial conduct for medical devices, and uses that knowledge to enhance site compliance and performance. -Performs all monitoring activities according to protocol monitoring plan and relevant SOPs - Maintain / demonstrate knowledge of the protocol, General Monitoring Guidelines (GMG), Protocol Monitoring Plan (PMP) and all protocol specific requirements - Executes and maintains compliance with all established Alcon processes, procedures, and performance metrics. - With support of Regional Manager, demonstrates flexibility to meet changes in work environment and study milestones with efficiency, and with strong communication and prioritization skills. -Builds positive relationship with principal investigators and site personnel under his responsibility - Any other duties or projects as requested by the Line Manager commensurate with the grade and level of responsibility for this role, for which the associate has the necessary experience and/or training About Alcon: Alcon is a world innovator in eye care and the second-largest division of Novartis. As the global leader, Alcon develops and manufactures innovative medicines and devices to serve the full life cycle of eye care needs. We offer the broadest spectrum of surgical, pharmaceutical and vision care products to treat many eye diseases and conditions. While meeting patients’ needs in every aspect of Eyecare, the diversity of the franchise model across Alcon gives associates the opportunity to experience a commercial environment spanning medical devices, primary and secondary care and OTC. Alcon has one mission: to provide innovative products that enhance quality of life by helping people see better. Benefits of Working for Alcon: • Competitive Salary • Annual Bonus • Pension Scheme • Share Scheme • Paid Holidays • Comprehensive Medical Insurance • Subsidised Canteen • Employee Recognition Scheme • Sports & Social Club ‘I came for the job, I stay for the culture’ #LI-ALC Minimum requirements The ideal candidate will have: • University degree in life sciences or Registered Nurse certification • Medical, pharmaceutical, biology, chemistry degree or RN preferred • Fluency in English • Minimum of four years related experience • Three years of direct regional field clinical monitoring / research We focus on creating an inclusive organisation and welcome people who have different knowledge, perspectives, experience and working styles from across the global population.

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