Shire Lead Clinical Data Manager in Lexington, Massachusetts
The Clinical Data Manager will have a demonstrated ability to oversee the data management activities across a single clinical program or group of related studies. Provides Data Management leadership and expertise to project and study teams. Will have a good knowledge of the end to end clinical research and data management processes, as well as global regulatory and industry rules and guidances (i.e. ICH, GCP) to support drug development processes and global project submissions through to approval. Responsible for managing data management components of project and study budgets and vendor performance. May mentor team members and more junior staff and may direct activities of contract Data Manager staff.
Delivering Excellence: Takes leadership role in project implementation
As a member of the clinical study or project team, ensures oversight of the Data Management external service providers; provides status reports/updates, resolves disputes, and ensures timely acquisition of high quality deliverables from the external service provider
Provides Data Management expertise to the team in identifying opportunities for process and budgetary optimization
Coordinates with Biostatistics and Statistical Programming to ensure appropriate design, documentation, testing and implementation of data deliverables according to internal and regulatory standards
Works with team members via matrix relationships (internally or at external service providers) by directing work, resolving problems and/or providing guidance
Supports the development and implementation of corporate and therapeutic area standards at a study and project level
Accountability and Ownership: Drives accountability at every possible level
Ensures Data Management external service providers are delivering quality data and documentation on time, on budget and to Shire’s quality standards and SOPs
Reviews Data Management external service provider performance measures and evaluates cost/benefit of actions taken to remedy or improve performance
Collaborates with external service provider and study team members to identify and resolve issues impacting goal attainment
Budgetary accountability for DM portion of trial budgets
Judgment and Decision Making: Evaluates immediate business impact and takes decisive action
Takes action to ensure study and project priorities are maintained; ensures adjustment of plans as priorities evolve
Contributes to regular budget forecasting and regular cost accrual processes and proactively communicates to the team budgetary impacts of decisions or processes implemented to achieve results
Courage to challenge: Takes risks and challenges norms to support tomorrow’s needs
- Supports consistent implementation of globally agreed study delivery and clinical development strategies including process and technology related to Data Management
Serving Customers: Partnering with customers as a trusted consultant and becoming an integral part of customer’s decision making
Supports each clinical study and project team by ensuring data management plans and data handling activities are designed to meet project and protocol deadlines
As Data Management lead to the clinical study, becomes involved in decision making processes to ensure maximum performance of the team. Provides Data Management expertise to the teams in customer oriented point of view
Leads development of Data Review and Oversight Plans; contributes to other key study level documents (e.g. protocols, SAPs)
Building Authentic Relationships: Building trusting relationships that will enhance current and future needs
- Leads in developing trust through transparency in communication and individual actions; ensures outcomes are team driven rather than individually driven; promotes collaborative team and organizational success
Education and Experience Requirements
B.S. degree in Scientific or related field is preferred
Minimum of 5-7 years as a Sr. Data Manager within a Data Management organization
Experience with leading teams and/or organizations
CCDM certification preferred
Other Job Requirements
1-2 domestic trips annually
1-2 international trips annually (Investigator meeting dependent)
Equal Employment Opportunity
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