Manager, Clinical Research - Clinical Research


Fargo, ND

Less than 5 years

Posted 231 days ago

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Responsible for the day-to-day project coordination, oversight, and evaluation for research project (s) at their local clinical site. Responsibilities will include on-site supervision including monitoring attendance, work schedules and assigning daily work activities. Ensure study activities are completed in compliance with protocol and study staff has appropriate training and certification. Comply with all regulatory and safety requirements and monitor staff in regards to compliance. Will work closely and provide assistance to other study sites. Provide input and manage evaluation activities, including providing guidance on evaluation questions and outcome measurements.Must acquire in-depth knowledge of study protocols and standard operating procedures. Create policies and procedures and design site specific tools to enhance efficiency and accuracy in completing study tasks. Serve as the lead for new project start ups at their local sites. Responsible for submission and maintenance of regulatory documentation.Work closely with the PI and/or Director to effectively communicate study needs and concerns in a timely manner. Serve as the liaison with community partners such as local hospital and clinic to communicate program objectives, encourage recruitment and ensure compliance with study protocol. Also responsible for allocation of personnel and other study resources at their site and across various projects. Must have the ability to work collaboratively with a research group or team. General level of knowledge of project management, evaluation techniques, decision-making, and analytical skills. Strong verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills. May have knowledge in more than one scientific area.



Sanford Research is a multi-site institution and occasional local travel between sites may be required.


Certification through Association of Clinical Research Professionals (ACRP) or Society of Clinical Research Associates (SoCRA) required. Certification must be obtained within 3 year from initial date of hire. Bachelor's degree in Healthcare related field required; Master's degree in healthcare, business or science related field is preferred. Must have three years related research experience. Management experiencepreferred. Must acquire in-depth knowledge of study protocols and standard operating procedures. Excellent communication, team building, and leadership skills required. Demonstrates ability to utilize advanced judgment/decision making from a clinical research resolution standpoint.