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Clinical Trial Contract Specialist

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Job Description:

Clinical Contract & Budgets

Key Responsibilities:

The Associate plays a critical role in communicating and negotiating contracts with the appropriate site, team, or affiliate personnel, including:

  • Communicate Company position on various contract issues, identify relationship-building opportunities, secure site contracts, collect site feedback, and facilitate communication with various personnel. This responsibility includes assisting Trial Capabilities Associates with difficult contract negotiations and significant interventions, and follow-up will be necessary to facilitate this objective;
  • Communicate and negotiate more complex contracts, including Phase I, PET Studies, Oncology Cooperatives, Oncology Networks, and/or Endocrine portfolio sites; and
  • Work with partners across company to review/approve all contracts exceptions.
  • Develop and implement training for new contract associates and customers;
  • Create, maintain, and distribute contract templates, process documentation, and contract-specific documentation (such as the Legal Guidance Document,) as the contract process owner; and
  • Act as a mentor to the Contract Associates to provide the necessary guidance and knowledge transfer to allow the contract associates to be successful negotiators.
  • Develop process documentation;
  • Facilitate quality, speed and value through information sharing, , business partnership, and assurance that all guidance is aligned with company policies, clinical processes, and appropriate guidance;
  • Facilitating meetings with other contracting groups;
  • Serve as the primary contact and process owner for interactions between TC and Company Legal personnel related to process changes, documentation requirements, and site contracting issues.
  • Accountable for standardizing and streamlining contract activities, as well as using metrics to drive improvement throughout the entire contracting process;
  • Increase contracting efficiency and effectiveness by ensuring that learning is shared and leveraged;
  • Anticipate changes by evaluating issues and opportunities, both internal and external, and making recommendations to TC management.

Minimum Qualification Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree
  • 2-4 years experience negotiating contracts in a similar environment.
  • Native/Fluent in English is essential
  • Strong organizational and time management skills, strong analytical skills
  • Strong negotiation skills, process driven, strong critical thinking skills
  • Thorough understanding of GDPR and other privacy regulations
  • Experience negotiating privacy clauses with clinical research sites
  • Experience working with global business partners and a global team.
  • Job Type

    Permanent, Full Time

  • Work Authorisation

    United Kingdom

  • Industry Sector Health, Nursing
  • Years Experience

    1+ years

  • Career Level

    Experienced (Non-Manager)

  • Educational level

    Bachelor's Degree

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