Are you a seasoned clinical research leader with experience directing global portfolios in Oncology and Hematology clinical research?
Director, Project Management, Oncology and Hematology role at ICON:
As a Director you will provide leadership to effectively coordinate and manage the activities of a large cross functional multinational portfolio of studies and project teams in a manner that ensures all timeframes and targets are met and that costs are kept under control. With us you will be at the forefront of innovation, working on projects in translational medicine, immuno-oncology, epigenetics and more, with opportunity to support First-in-Human and First-in-Class drug trials. Our adaptive design expertise underpins our ability to accelerate delivery of new therapies to patients and will broaden your experience in this exciting field. At ICON you will be supported in applying and expanding your project management, drug development and therapeutic expertise!
Develop full service project plans for portfolio of studies and subsequently lead cross functional study teams in accordance with contractual timelines, client specifications and Good Clinical Practices (GCPs). Effectively manage study budgets to ensure financial targets are met through regular review of indirect costs and project resources. Provide coaching/mentoring to Project Managers (PMs) and contribute to department training initiatives, as appropriate. Coordinate and manage the activities of individuals, studies and staff in a manner that ensures all timeframes and targets are met and that costs are kept under control
Benefits of Working in ICON:
ICON provides the innovative resources to be successful in delivering results, inspiring others and becoming a trusted partner. We offer an exceptional benefits package that includes a comprehensive health plan, retirement plans, highly competitive pay, corporate bonus plan, time away from work, and many other incentives amongst an opportunity to grow your career within our PMO.
Bachelor’s Degree in medicine, science or equivalent degree and a qualification in Project Management or equivalent (PMI certification) is desirable.
A minimum of ten (10) years of full service project management.
Therapeutic experience in across a wide array of complex Oncology and Hematology indications. Track record of successfully managing large/complex global cross functional projects; strong domestic and international project management experience.
Willingness to travel up to 25% as needed.
Following your application you will be contacted by one of our dedicated recruiters and if successful we will be able to provide you with more details about this opportunity.
ICON is an equal opportunity employer - Minorities/Females/Disabled/Veterans and committed to providing a workplace free of any discrimination or harassment.