Clinical Data Manager Job in South East, UK

Priya Mukherjee at CK Clinical is currently recruiting for a Clinical Data Manager to join a leading Pharmaceutical organisation in the South East, UK.


The role:

In this new role as  Clinical Data Manager, you will help shape a small, growing team in the UK and it will be the perfect environment for your clinical research expertise and your knowledge of EDC.

You will be an individual contributor performing complex data management tasks independently and managing external vendors on assigned studies. Besides reviewing clinical study protocols, you will develop eCRFs for new and complex projects, conduct the cross-functional Data Review and develop the Data Management study timeline. Another part of your brief will involve overseeing vendor DM activities, including timeliness and quality of deliverables, and also reviewing statistical tables and listings and Clinical Study Reports, ensuring study compliance with SOPs and regulations.

In addition, you will plan and oversee development of Data Management Plans, Data Entry Guidelines, CRF Completion Guidelines, Data Review Guidelines, and eCRF help text; and plan, perform and oversee development of specifications for eCRFs, edit checks, electronic data handling, and manual review.

The ideal candidate:

To be considered for this Clinical Data Manager role you  will hold a degree(OR Equivalent) in a Life Science, Computer Science or other related discipline, and you will have proven experience of working within the Biotechnology/CRO/Pharmaceutical field. You will hold excellent knowledge of Clinical Data Management and EDC (ideally InForm), and have well-developed communication skills to liaise with various stakeholders across the business.

How to apply:

For more information or to apply for this Clinical Data Manager position, please contact Priya at CK Clinical on +44(0)1438 870028 or email

 Please quote reference CL22691 in all correspondence.

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