Lilly Cnslt-Clinical Development Charlotte in Charlotte, North Carolina
Do you have a passion for clinical trials? Are you experienced in the management of clinical trial sites? Is exceptional customer and patient care important to you? If so, then we have the role for you.
The Clinical Development Consultant (CDC) is responsible for the management of clinical sites being considered and/or participating in Lilly clinical trials; inclusive of site identification and qualification, the timely delivery of clinical trial enrollment in accordance with scientific objectives, timely delivery of database locks, issues management at clinical trial sites, and ensuring inspection readiness at all times for assigned therapeutic area(s) within a region/country that enables global program delivery. In this role, you will have accountability for comprehensive site management, leveraging of information/tools to make/have informed decisions and discussions, and high quality interactions with global clinical trial sites to drive to an unparalleled customer experience. Additionally, you will be responsible for oversight of vendor monitoring activities at the sites, including the identification, mitigation and escalation of significant findings and trends. Additional local responsibilities may be required as needed/appropriate for the local geography.
Clinical Investigator Management
Accountable for activities required at clinical trial sites by investigators and site staff participating in Lilly trials
Accountable for comprehensive site management activities to ensure timely delivery of enrollment readiness, trial recruitment/enrollment and database locks Responsible for identifying potential opportunities to accelerate trial enrollment, while driving to an unparalleled clinical trial/customer experience
Accountable for the application of scientific, therapeutic area, and institutional/regional expertise to inform and ensure timely delivery of trial enrollment and quality data Responsible for the development of strategic institutional/site relationships to optimize the delivery of clinical trial programs; including across therapeutic areas where applicable
Clinical Trial Management
Responsible for the development and implementation of applicable site risk plans to ensure delivery of clinical trial enrollment commitments and database locks
Ensure site and country level inspection readiness at all times
Utilize metrics to inform site/country/regional level decision making
Work with internal and external groups to remove barriers to trial execution at a site and/or country level
Responsible for understanding local treatment paradigms and standard of care to support targeted feasibility and strategic allocation of trials as required
Provide vendor oversight for site monitoring activities at site/country level
Business Management and Engagement
Establishes and develops strong professional relationships with active/potential clinical investigators to expand/maintain clinical research partnership opportunities and provide an unparalleled experience for participation in Lilly clinical trials.
Cross functional collaboration and partnership to ensure alignment in priorities and deliver the portfolio
Perform targeted sites prospecting in alignment with portfolio strategy & priority Maintain therapeutic and technical expertise to enable scientific discussions with the investigator and site personnel
Serve as an effective communication “bridge” between sites, third party vendors and Lilly Influence and challenge factors in order to improve clinical research delivery
Therapeutic expertise and knowledge of the clinical research landscape; ability to acquire and maintain therapeutic expertise to support portfolio needs
Strong self-management and organizational skills; ability to handle workload, set personal priorities and adjust as needed
Demonstrated strategic agility & broad business insight Demonstrated leadership behaviours with ability to accept challenges, seek opportunities to remove barriers, influence without authority, and lead in areas of uncertainity
Strong communication (both verbal and written) and language skills
Strong organisational/planning skills Demonstrated ability to enhance/improve customer experience
Fluent in English as well as required language to conduct day-to-day business
Strong knowledge in country regulatory guidelines/requirements
Strong teamwork and collaboration skills Demonstrated decision-making ability
Ability to develop and apply creative solutions
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Travel required (50-75%)
Relocation is available for these roles.
It is required that you live within 75 miles (driving distance) of the city center for the listed city or cities in this job posting
Lilly is an EEO/Affirmative Action Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, national origin, protected veteran status, disability or any other legally protected status
Consultant-Clinical Development Charlotte
Bachelor’s degree (scientific or health- related field preferred)
Minimum of 3 years experience in the pharmaceutical industry and/or clinical research and strong understanding of Good Clinical Practice
Valid driver’s license and acceptable driving record
Qualified candidates must be legally authorized to be employed in the United States. Lilly does not anticipate providing sponsorship for employment visa status (e.g., H-1B or TN status) for this employment position
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