Job Location: PA - Berwyn
Regional Description: Northeast
Job Number: 00620389 00620389_en
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This role resides within Accenture's Applied Life Sciences Solutions group. This group helps clients make a meaningful impact on patients’ lives by combining new science with leading-edge technology. We’re working with our clients to revolutionize how medical treatments are Discovered, Developed and Delivered. Helping 90% of the Fortune 500 life sciences companies (including all of the Top Ten) with 15,000+ life sciences professionals in 50+ countries.
Clinical Operations services we provide:
Accenture data operations professionals leverage their domain expertise for authoring data management plans, EDC database design, data review, reconciliation and coding.
The Clinical Data Management Associate Manager role will monitor project timelines, report on project status, identify project resource needs, and understand contractual agreements to ensure successful completion of project objectives. The role will serve as the key point of contact for the assigned projects and requires advanced skills executing all phases of a study with little supervision, as well as experience managing studies and coordinating the work of the Clinical Data Management (CDM) team. This person functions in a leadership role and must be prepared to assist the department by helping to define and achieve departmental goals as well as interface with other working groups (clinical programming, statistics).
· Attention to detail and good organizational skills is a must.
· Ability to represent Accenture while interfacing with clients.
· Ability to work as part of a project team, as well as independently.
· Ability to organize work and assign it to members of the study team while considering budgetary constraints and project scope.
· Ability to resource within established timelines.
· Proficient in Microsoft Office applications.
· Possess project management skills and perform tasks as required, such as, overview of staffing management, cost reviews, manage changes to scope, etc.
Applicants for employment in the US must have work authorization that does not now or in the future require sponsorship of a visa for employment authorization in the United States and with Accenture.
Candidates who are currently employed by a client of Accenture or an affiliated Accenture business may not be eligible for consideration.
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