This is an important and high-profile role within IQVIA. Project leaders are the people who lead the delivery of our studies bringing drugs to market faster and ultimately improving patients' lives. It is a role that requires you to liaise directly between IQVIA functions and the customer, acting as that accountable point for delivery and quality whilst maintaining financial control.
As a project leader you will manage cross functional teams across this global organization. You will be supported by domain experts in every function, enabled by best in class technology and data analytics. Key collaborators are the Clinical Lead for site management, the Project Management Analyst for project coordination, tracking and financial analysis, and the Site Activation Manager an expert in start-up. IQVIA's size and global footprint will present you with the breadth of opportunities necessary to develop your career.
The dedicated Gastroenterology unit sits within global project leadership; as a member of this group you will be leading global and/or regional studies in GI indications including Inflammatory Bowel Disease, Crohn's Disease, Ulcerative Colitis, Hepatitis, Non Alcoholic Steato Hepatitis and more. Experience in any of the GI indications would be an advantage.
While projects vary, your typical responsibilities might include:
- Serving as the primary project contact with the client
- Leading and managing cross-functional project teams
- Project status reporting and surveillance for risk
- Monitoring team performance against contract and client expectations and according to key performance metrics
- Leading problem solving including management of risk and issue resolution
- Developing or reviewing study management plans
- Managing team resource assignments and accountability
- Oversight of database management
- Ensuring compliance with study tools, training materials and standard processes, policies and procedures.
- Participating in Bid Defense presentations in partnership with Business Development and Senior Clinical Project Management staff.
You will need to be comfortable collaborating and communicating with a variety of colleagues and clients. Ideally, you will also have some global experience and a pharmaceutical or CRO background.
You should have:
- A Bachelor's degree or equivalent in a life sciences or related discipline
- Ideally seven years clinical research experience with four years project management experience
- Alternatively, you should have an equivalent combination of education, training and experience
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