Global Clinical Trials Manager – Hertfordshire

Jim Gleeson at CK Clinical is recruiting for a Global Clinical Trials Manager to join a major pharmaceutical company at their

site in Hertfordshire on a six month contract.


This Global Clinical Trials Manager role is a leadership role overseeing large scale clinical trials from planning to close-out ensuring timelines, budgets and ICH / GCP regulations are fully complied with.

Your responsibilities will include:

  • Development of operational plans covering monitoring strategies, risk mitigation, budgets, site selection and clinical supplies management
  • Leadership of high performing operational teams
  • Development and management of clinical study budgets
  • Leadership of the development of Protocol Feasibility Questionnaires, Site Feasibility Questionnaires and Patient Recruitment Plans
  • Planning and management of the IMP and non-clinical supply chains
  • Proactive management of study level recruitment
  • Management and auditing of third party vendors (CROs, Labs, IVRA etc)
  • Ensuring adherence to ICH / GCP and SOPs

Experience and skills required:

The successful candidate for this Global Clinical Trials Manager will have the following skills and experience:

  • Strong experience of the management of global clinical trials
  • Management of CROs, budgets and IMP supplies
  • Ability to lead global teams
  • Excellent GCP / ICH knowledgeJim Gleeson - Senior Recruiter at CK Clinical

How to apply:

Apply online:

For more information or to apply online for this Global Clinical Trials Manager please contact Jim Gleeson on 01438 743 047 or email Please quote reference CL25184 in all correspondence.


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