The Clinical Data Manager (CDM) oversees the studies to drive innovative database building, data collection, tracking and review solutions from complex, diverse sources to ensure timely delivery of high-quality data in a regulated and changing global clinical trial environment.
The role involves interfacing with statisticians, clinical affairs representatives, and external partners and vendors to design, configure, and test the clinical database systems. The CDM will also be involved in troubleshooting any issues on behalf of the end users and maintaining data standards.
The position will report to the Director of Data Management within Medical, Biostatistical and Design Quality (MBDQ).
Duties & Responsibilities:
Required Knowledge/Skills, Education, and Experience:
- Exposure to clinical data coding classification systems, e.g., MedDRA, WHO-Drug, Data Standardization (CDISC STDM &/or ADAM), Meta-Data Repository
- Programming knowledge of SAS, R, &/or SQL is desired
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