Clinical Affairs Manager

Job Location
Northbrook, IL 60062
Job Description

Primary responsibilities include directing the specimen acquisition process with clinical collection sites for clinical and analytical studies and coordinating studies through the Clinical Trial and Investigator-Initiated Study (IIS) process including collecting documentation, interacting with principal investigators, executing study agreements and coordinating training and technical support.

  1. BS in a scientific discipline or equivalent

  2. 5 years’ experience in clinical diagnostics, preferably in a supervisory/managerial role

  3. Strong leadership skills

  4. Knowledge of Quality Systems Regulations

  5. Excellent interpersonal and communication (both written and oral) skills

  6. High multi-tasking capabilities and organizational skills

  7. Demonstrated success interacting with external investigators, clinicians, laboratory personnel, professional societies, government and regulatory agencies and other professionals within the medical device community

  8. Ability to build and maintain relationships with study site staff and colleagues

  9. U.S. citizenship required; or proof of eligibility to work in the U.S. on an unrestricted basis, upon hire

How to Apply

Candidates are encouraged to visit our career site and apply online at  Or, you may forward your CV to

Nanosphere is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

About Our Organization

Nanosphere is dedicated to enhancing medicine by providing targeted molecular diagnostic tests that can lead to earlier disease detection, optimal patient treatment and improved healthcare economics.

Our platform, the Verigene® System, enables clinicians to rapidly identify and treat the bacteria and viruses responsible for some of the most complex, costly and deadly infectious diseases.

Headquartered in Northbrook, Illinois, Nanosphere was founded in 1999 based upon technology developed at Northwestern University by Dr. Robert Letsinger and Dr. Chad Mirkin. In 2007, Nanosphere went public (NASDAQ: NSPH), and has remained committed to continued scientific discovery and innovation with more than 175 patents to its name.

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