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Clinical Project Manager

91 Park Drive, Milton Park, Oxfordshire, OX14 4RY, UK

CLINICAL PROJECT MANAGER

Join a pioneering biotech with a collegial atmosphere and a passion for harnessing every individual’s unique set of skills in our fight against disease.

At Immunocore, we have a vision to transform the way we understand and treat the most challenging medical conditions of our time, including cancer, autoimmune disorders and infection. In January 2022, in the U.S., we launched the world’s first T-cell receptor therapy, built on a novel technology designed to overcome the limitations of our natural immune systems.

Joining us at the most exciting time in our history, you will be part of a team that values trust and innovation, and that cherishes different ways of thinking.

The Role:

To lead and coordinate all activities specific to assigned study or program.

Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for the successful execution and oversight of assigned programs ensuring the deliverables are met with quality, timelines and budget.
  • Provide oversight and accountability of all third party vendors assigned to a programme. Being a point of contact, making sure programmes run in accordance with GcP and IHC.
  • Lead RPF processes from proposal development through to vendor selection and contract negotiation.
  • Review, negotiate and approve any required change orders.
  • Management of the overall study budget, ensuring the budget stays within forecast and the approved budget.
  • Ensure adherence to pertinent regulatory requirements and to departmental policies, practices and procedures. Ensuring knowledge is kept up to date by reading SOP’s and maintaining awareness of GCP guidelines.
  • Contribute to authorship of company protocol and amendment development as required. Review and approve CRFs, IRTs and other relevant specifications from a clinical perspective. Ensuring the successful support of data collection.
  • Routinely review study data and progress of EDC entry; working with data management and clinical sites to resolve data discrepancies. This includes reviewing primary and secondary efficacy and safety endpoints for inconsistency, irregularities, and/or signals. Ensuring programmes meet all GCP/ICH guidelines and are inspection ready.
  • Input into regulatory documents such as IB and DSUR.
  • Provide expert and collegiate support to other members of the drug development team to ensure full success of the company’s portfolio and regulatory milestones.
  • Assist in SOP and working instruction development, reviewing and approving

Qualifications: 

Essential

  • Vendor oversight experience.
  • Fully understood and applied the principles of GCP. Creating and maintaining healthy and creative relationships with study sites and principle investigators, helping to support and influence where required.
  • Presented high level presentations, both orally and in writing, using organizational skills to complement this.
  • Ensured an enthusiastic and open attitude towards continuous professional development.
  • BA / BS. or higher in science related field.
  • Compute proficiency in MS Word, Excel, Power Point, Outlook, MS Project, SharePoint.

Desirable

  • Proven ability to manage multiple protocols.
  • Knowledge of the oncology therapeutic discipline.

Lead with Science and Discover What is Within:

  • We Value Entrepreneurship and Diversity
  • Respect, Trust, and Integrity
  • Competitive compensation
  • Private medical and dental benefits.
  • 25 days Annual Leave and Bank Holidays
  • 4x Salary Life Insurance
  • 5% Pension Match
  • Income Protection
  • Parental Leave

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