Lilly Assoc Cnslt-CLDS eCOA in Indianapolis, Indiana
Do you have a deep expertise in planning and implementation of electronic modalities in clinical trials? Do you seek an opportunity to provide guidance concerning technical and process support to the study teams? If this is an area of interest, we have the role for you.
As an associate in the electronic Clinical Outcome Assessment (eCOA) team, you will develop and execute the electronic platform of instruments intended for data collection. You will work to ensure copyright, translations, and linguistic validations processes are followed within an eCOA trial. You will actively participate in the eCOA build process, project management, and regulatory requirements for eCOA submissions. In this role, you will partner with Data Management personnel, the Site Activation Management Group, the Clinical Trial Project Management (CTPM) organization, Health Outcomes, Medical staff and other functions to assess risks and implement contingencies to meet study milestones. Other responsibilities of this role include:
Utilize issue/risk management techniques and strong communication skills to work through vendor, development/implementation and study team issues
Lead and influence the study team through an efficient build process
Gather and provide feedback to strengthen and enhance processes
Recognize big picture, future state connected care, emerging capabilities
Utilization of strong understanding of clinical drug development to enhance study team, site and patient experiences with eCOA
Contribute to project plan for the eCOA cycle partnering with the copyright /translations and COA vendors as well as study team needs
Contribute to vendor oversight process
Maintain open lines of communication with management, customers, and vendors to relay critical issues and improve trial level processes related to CLDS deliverables
Provide metrics as requested
Ensure customers understand CLDS roles and responsibilities
Work to improve existing processes and to implement new processes in an efficient manner, including cross-functional process improvement initiatives
Ability to lead the implementation of complex clinical trial development processes and capabilities
Demonstrated ability to effectively partner/influence cross functionally to deliver results
Demonstrated ability to understand and implement clinical trial processes, including regulatory requirements, risk assessments, mitigation plans, and data quality and integrity
Knowledge of clinical data tools and technologies
Strong collaboration, communication, and problems solving skills
Strong Project Management skills with the ability to organize with detail and handle multiple projects with multiple parties at one time
Strong self-management skills
Conceptual understanding of information technology
Ability to influence others and drive teams towards timelines and negotiate timeline needs between vendors and teams
Technical aptitude to use eCOA devices
Thrives in a fast pace, constantly changing environment
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Location: Cambridge, MA.
Travel: 10-15% but up to 30% of time within US and OUS.
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Associate-Electronic Clinical Outcomes Assessment
Bachelor’s degree or High School Diploma/GED with 5 years of experience in clinical operations
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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