Clinical Research Manager
Job no: 612697
Work type: Permanent
Categories: Clinical Studies, Western Europe, Individual Contributor
Are you an experienced researcher, with a strategic mindset, and a passion to make a difference to people’s lives? We are seeking a Clinical Research Manager to join our Atlantics team (UK, Ireland and South Africa) based from our Addlestone, UK office. As an integral member of the Atlantics Team, you will be responsible for developing and executing the strategic research plan for our Cochlear Implant and Acoustics portfolio, including adjacent digital business solutions.
Your key responsibilities will include…
Drive Investigator Initiated Research (IIRs) studies that support Cochlear’s key research priorities and business objectives.
- Work with EMEA Clinical Affairs and Research & Market Access teams to identify current evidence gaps and build a clear strategy to collect the evidence required to close identified gaps.
- Develop trusted relationships with Key Opinion Leaders (KOLs) within the research field.
- Follow relevant procedures to approve and set up new IIRs and monitor research outputs and payment milestones.
Coordinate and support Cochlear Sponsored Studies and Controlled Market Releases in collaboration with the EMEA Clinical Affairs and Research team.
- Work in close collaboration with the clinical technical teams across EMEA.
- Oversee the clinical aspects of both Controlled Market Releases and post Market Clinical Follow up.
- Coordinate data collection and maintain study documentation where required.
Effectively communicate latest clinical evidence to wider Atlantics team.
- Provide regular updates to the Sales teams on all IIR and Cochlear Sponsored Studies.
- Keep up to date with the latest Portfolio literature and provide clear summaries for the wider Atlantics team including relevant “take-home” messaging.
Develop annual budgets and forecasts in conjunction with the General Manager and ensure budget and expense targets are controlled.
- Plan, create and manage budgets related to research studies and clinical research contracts.
- Seek government matched funding / national grants to support strategically aligned research projects.
- MSc degree or PhD, preferably in Audiology or Hearing Sciences.
- Experience in management of collaborative research studies, preferably in the medical device industry.
- Clear and effective communicator with well-developed report & technical writing skills.
- Proficiency in written and spoken English.
- Strategic mindset with good commercial acumen.
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