Medical Director, Medical Monitor, Medical Affairs, CNS, Americas (US, Canada, LATAM) Remote
Location: Raleigh, North Carolina, United States
Requisition Number: 3720
Position Title: Medical Director, Medical Affairs
To provide medical management and professional medical support for clinical research projects at WORLDWIDE as the assigned Medical Monitor (MM). To assist in activities requiring Medical & Scientific support, including but not limited to assistance with feasibility assessments, medical training and provision of medical/clinical input to the design of study protocols and/or clinical development programs as well as assistance with business development activities, as directed by the department head.
- Medically manages clinical trials to which s/he is assigned as MM
- Serves as Global Lead MM (GLMM) for pan-regional and/or global trial(s) to which s/he is assigned
- Collaborates with the other members of the Medical & Safety project team to process Serious Adverse Events (SAEs)
- Provides therapeutic and protocol-specific training to the project teams
- Contributes medical input into the design of clinical development programs, study protocols, research papers, client focused white papers, etc.
- Provides after hours medical support for projects to which s/he is assigned
- Independently supports Business Development through participation in proposal generation, feasibility assessments, review of proposals/contracts for medical services, and attendance at meetings with sponsors as directed by department senior management
- Reviews and/or assist in the preparation of final study reports (CSRs), or other study documentation (Protocols, ISS/ISEs etc,) as directed by senior management
- Maintains a high level of competence with assigned projects, including knowledge of project and therapeutic advances as well as marketplace developments by participating in internal meetings (company-wide project tracking, medical management meeting, etc.), review of relevant therapeutic/clinical literature and attendance in conferences and meetings
- Interacts with staff in other functional areas within the company to ensure the highest level of client satisfaction through successful execution of projects
- Identifies, documents and appropriately resolves out-of-scope work as directed by senior management
- Assists in the annual attainment of departmental revenue targets and any other activities as directed by senior management
- Maintains working knowledge of GCPs and regulatory requirements relating to clinical development and safety assure compliance with ethical, legal and regulatory standards
- Mentors other medical staff as directed by Senior management and by consistently displaying exemplary work ethics, compassion and integrity, support Senior Management’s leadership of both the department and the company
- Maintains clinical/therapeutic acumen in medical subspecialty through online and/or in person scholarly programs/lectures
- Demonstrates competence with the execution of SAE related medical review in WORLDWIDEs electronic safety database
- Perform other duties as assigned. The duties and responsibilities listed above are representative of the nature and level of work assigned and are not necessarily all-inclusive.
- Medical Degree from an accredited institution of Medical Education.
- 6-8 years in the CRO, Pharma or Biotech industry with the medical monitoring or study physician role.
- Valid passport and ability to travel if required.
Employment Type: Regular
Community / Marketing Title: Medical Director, Medical Monitor, Medical Affairs, CNS, Americas (US, Canada, LATAM) Remote
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