As a Program Manager within our Internal Medicine team, you will be expected to contribute towards a culture of business excellence with a focus on streamlining processes, adding value to the business and exceeding client needs. You will provide leadership to effectively coordinate and manage the activities of one or more large cross functional multinational studies or a program of studies and project teams in a manner that ensures all timeframes and targets are met and costs kept under control. Collaborate with business development to ensure proactive commercial aptitude while partnering withinternal and external stakeholders to identify new avenues for growth.
For this particular role we are seeking candidates with extensive experience in project management of gastrointestinal indications, such as: Crohns, Ulcerative Colitis, EOE, IBS, IBD or Gastroparesis. You would be joining a therapeutically aligned group that has a wealth of knowledge and expertise running aforementioned studies. Over the last seven years, ICON conducted 12 studies in Crohn’s Disease and 34 in Ulcerative Colitis that enrolled 4,500 patients across nearly 4000 sites.
Benefits of Working in ICON:
ICON provides our Project Management Professionals with 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, 5+ weeks PTO, and many other incentives amongst an opportunity to grow your career within ICON!
Bachelor’s Degree in medicine, science or equivalent degree and a qualification in Project Management or equivalent (PMI certification) are desirable. At least 7 years of full service project management experience within clinical research operations is essential. Specific therapeutic experience within Gastrointestinal indications and comprehensive knowledge of ICH-GCP is essential along with excellent communication, planning, decision-making, negotiation, conflict management and time management skills. Willingness to travel up to 25% as needed.