About the Role
Are you ready to help benefit patients worldwide by leading a successful international severe asthma collaboration network?
Optimum Patient Care Global (OPCG) is an innovative global organisation striving to improve the lives of patients through data collection and research. OPCG leads the largest International Severe Asthma Registry (ISAR) across 28 countries. As the ISAR Project Manager within our team, you will be involved at the forefront of this global initiative, driving delivery using your project leadership expertise.
The ISAR project manager will be the point of contact for our global collaborators, responsible to deliver successful collaborator relationships, lead cross-functional teams, define project scope, build resource requirements, risk migration strategies, associate action plan and issue resolution.
Recruit and coordinate participant countries, ensuring professional relationships and regular communication with all collaborators.
Run a cross functional project team ensuring all necessary delivery of project training and developing a sustainability plan for the network and registry.
Manage project study budgets and invoicing procedures according to study contract.
Report progress of projects to co-funders and collaborators e.g. create presentation slides posters to help stakeholders raise awareness and engagement with the registry.
Monitor and implement QC activities as necessary.
Collaborate with business development to ensure we have a dedicated commercial aptitude and work together with internal colleagues and external partners to identify new avenues for growth.
Contribute to the development, review and implementation of project resources including questionnaires, clinical decision support, feedback, and promotional material.
Manage administrative support resources within the project provide support, training and guidance
Willingness to travel to relevant conferences and collaborator meetings worldwide
At least two years’ experience in delivering or managing research or healthcare related projects and/or a degree in life sciences, epidemiology, biostatistics or equivalent.
Experience of leading the delivery of a project, ideally across multiple sites/locations OR the ability to manage multiple events and programmes of work simultaneously.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills, with experience of drafting, editing and creating content across all communication platforms, particularly in healthcare settings
Excellent organisational and time management skills, ability to work under pressure.
High attention to detail, and ability to work proactively on own initiative and with limited supervision.
Enthusiastic and motivated to learn and assimilate new skills and take personal responsibility to do so.
Ability to work autonomously, influence others and communicate effectively are essential to this role.
Experience of clinical registries.
Experience with international stakeholders
Experience with epidemiological studies or health care databases.
Contract & Salary:
This is a full-time role. Starting salary is negotiable and dependent on qualifications and experience.