Sr. Clinical Trials Manager - Oncology

Job Location
San Diego, CA 92121
competitive salary, bonus, equity

comprehensive benefits package, effective hire date

Job Description

We have an exciting opportunity open for a Sr. Clinical Trial Manager who will be responsible for the day-to-day operational oversight of oncology clinical trials including trial start-up, conduct, and close-out activities in accordance with the protocol, standard operating procedures (SOP), good clinical practices (GCP) and other applicable regulatory requirements.  



  • Manage and monitor clinical studies from site selection and initiation through data collection and site closeout. Ensure studies are conducted in accordance with protocol, standard operating procedures, good clinical practice and regulatory requirements
  • Liaise with investigators, coordinators, and site study team to conduct trails
  • Validate study information by monitoring and tracking clinical study data including: CRFs, source documents, laboratory reports, inventory logs, etc.
  • Contribute to developing clinical protocols, case report forms, informed consent documents, draft source documents, patient instruction guides, case report forms, and other study aids for investigational products by addressing issues from a monitoring perspective
  • Facilitate in all operational activities pertaining to the execution of clinical trials 
  • Responsible for completion of study deliverables
  • Ensure applicable regulatory requirements are maintained in the execution of all activities
  • Evaluate operational feasibility and recommends study execution plan
  • Develop and manage comprehensive study timelines and metrics
  • Manage staff including recruiting, hiring, motivating, performance management, training and development
  • Writes clinical protocols and participates on interdepartmental project teams
  • Bachelor’s degree in      biological or related sciences 
  • Minimum 8 years of clinical      study experience with a basic understanding of specified functional area
  • Life science      industry experience required
  • In-depth knowledge of clinical research      operations, including interpretation and implementation of governmental      regulations
  • Prior oncology experience highly preferred
  • Ability to travel up to 40%


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About Our Organization

As a life sciences company, Sequenom (NASDAQ: SQNM) has a guiding vision: To improve healthcare by providing revolutionary genomic and genetic analysis solutions for the clinical research and molecular diagnostic markets.

What makes this vision a reality? Our deep commitment to "Quality of Science." For us, only the highest quality is acceptable. Sequenom team members thrive in a "science first" environment where ideas and innovation are part of daily life. This is your opportunity to work on cutting-edge science that is revolutionizing patient care.

Our innovation-driven culture means life at Sequenom is fast-paced, dynamic, and fun with rewarding benefits and performance rewards. With a clear vision for the future, all employees have the opportunity to make a difference and are encouraged to share new ideas. We foster a collaborative work environment and encourage curiosity at all levels. 

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