Director, Clinical Trial Management

Organization
Allergan
Job Location
Jersey City, NJ
Job Description

Position Description 

The Director is responsible to lead and drive clinical operations for their assigned global clinical studies/programs and to ensure the global clinical studies/programs are executed to support the successful registration of new products/indications. The Director exercises a high degree of quality, productivity and communication to the department and therapeutic area for the timely completion of all clinical programs. They will hire, develop and motivate the team to ensure programs are run to time and budget. 
As the Program Operations Lead (POL) on assigned programs, they will lead assigned global Clinical Trial Teams. They will manage programs and resources across therapeutic area portfolio. They will provide input to the operational strategy and into key documents e.g., study protocols and designs to ensure studies are operationally executable. They will ensure clear communication to senior management on operational updates. They will contribute to the DDO operational development by providing input and leadership in processes and working practices so that a continuous clinical quality process improvement is ensured. 

The employee is expected to be fully capable of performing all the roles encompassed in the preceding grade levels within the job family as required by the organization. Other activities, special projects and assignments may be given as required. Thus, the percentage of time spent across key duties listed below for which the employee is responsible for or assisting with will vary. 

The employee must conduct their work activities in compliance with all relevant laws, regulations, and regulatory guidelines as well as all Allergan policies and procedures...cont.

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