Job description Posted 24 January 2020

Principal Clinical Data Manager
GSK Stockley Park
12 Month Contract
Pay: £295 per day

In this role you will be delivering the data management components of clinical studies, ensuring high quality data is available to the agreed timelines adhering to industry standard formats. You will have a keen eye for detail and a track record of successful delivery on high profile studies.

What will you do?

  • Global study level contribution as Data Manager or in close collaboration with the Project or Study Data Manager and other members of the study team.
  • Point of contact for complex data management and data quality considerations.
  • Provide input to protocol development and other key documents e.g. Monitoring Plan, Protocol Deviation Management Plan, Reporting & Analysis Plan and Data Management Plan
  • Manage in-stream data flow activities and deliver a quality database in accordance with the Data Management Plan.
  • Be accountable for defining the data capture tools for a clinical study.
  • Develop and manages the execution of the validation and integration plan, including dataset definitions and external data sources. Manage vendor performance against Service Level Agreements.
  • Be responsible for the set-up and maintenance of the trial master file (TMF) and DM TMF artefacts throughout the study life cycle.
  • Input into Oversight plans and manage oversight of CRO, off shore partners and other Third Party Resources.
  • Train monitos and site staff on use of data collection tools and query management process.
  • Subject Matter Expert for the Data Management Community in a specified area(s) of functional expertise.

What do you need?

  • Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent
  • Clinical trial experience.
  • Knowledge of the principles of quality, safety, risk management and compliance (ICH and GCP).
  • Understanding of the tools of the trade, such as standards.
  • End-to-end global medicine development experience.
  • Pharma, CRO and/or ARO experience.
  • Understanding of disease area.
  • Understanding of laboratory data.
  • Understanding of CDISC
  • Understanding of applicable ICH/GCP regulations and applicable GSK policies and SOPs

Ideally you will have

  • Post Graduate Degree in Scientific Discipline
  • Experience working with key global preferred suppliers/ partnerships to ensure deliverables are to the agreed standard.
  • Demonstrates the discipline of project management to plan, organize and manage activities to deliver specific study goals and objectives to measurable targets.

Additional information about the process

All profiles will be reviewed against the required skills and experience. Due to the high number of applications, we will only be able to respond to successful applicants in the first instance. We thank you for your interest and the time taken to apply.