Site Oversight Lead 1 (Manager) - Pfizer Canada Inc.
1265 Baby Doll Rd SE
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The Site Oversight Leads are accountable for safeguarding the quality and patient safety at the investigator site and are responsible for site and monitoring oversight. The Site Oversight Lead is responsible for utilizing and interpreting data from analytic tools, in conjunction with country and regional intelligence to proactively identify risks to quality and compliance and to develop and implement mitigation plans to address these risks. The Site Oversight Leads are accountable for identifying CRA performance issues and are responsible for ensuring appropriate corrective and preventative actions are put in place.
Responsible for process, standards, and oversight:
Responsible for site and monitoring quality, regulatory and GCP compliance.
Drive inspection readiness and provide support for site audits/inspections as needed, following through audit/inspection finding to resolution.
Follow the study oversight plan and proactively put in place mitigations for known/anticipated risks.
Responsible for site and monitoring quality using and interpreting signals identified by Signal Interpretation Leads in conjunction with local country intelligence to to proactively identify risks. Lead risk assessment at the site/country level for their studies, including identifications of mitigation and control.
Maintain knowledge of appropriate tools and resources (e.g., metrics, site health, Risk Based Monitoring signals, etc.). Demonstrate use of data to enhance quality and accelerate study delivery.
Apply knowledge of data and analytics to target site and study, recommend and implement actions for mitigation and control.
Conduct and report oversight activities, both remote and onsite visits, according to Pfizer requirements and standards.
Perform additional oversight visits/reviews based on the type of issues that arise during the course of a study, and the analytics and visualizations outputs. These may be conducted with the assigned CRA or alone depending on the nature of the issue(s).
Work with CRO CRAs,and other CRO colleagues as appropriate, to drive resolution of oversight issues.
Accountable for identifying site and CRA performance issues and quality events and other quality issues at patient and/or site level, escalating, and supporting implementation of CAPAs to address these.
Demonstrates the learning culture by ensuring site quality and trends, including preventive actions are shared across study & assets in the portfolio to drive accelerated drug delivery.
Identify potential improvements for Pfizer processes.
Review of monitoring visit reports.
Protocol Site Oversight
Maintain a thorough knowledge and understanding of assigned protocols, including associated risks and mitigations, as it relates to site and monitoring quality.
Attend Investigator meeting/protocol training to ensure clear understanding of the protocol requirements.
Site and Study Management Interface
Support local Investigator relationship management with the Site Operations Relationship Lead.
Serve as point of contact for quality and safety escalations for CRO, CRAs, Site Operations Relationship Lead and Study Team.
Support the resolution of operational obstacles at the site / country level in order to advance the site and study deliverables.
The Site Oversight Lead may be required to support some or all of the primary responsibilities of the Site Operations Relationship Lead, as example, proactively collaborating and providing local intelligence to country outreach surveys, targeted sites strategies, study design, and Pfizer pipeline opportunities. The Site Oversight Lead may be required to support additional primary responsibilities of the Site Operations Relationship Lead in study start up, activation, and execution to the plan for targeted sites, helping coordinate with other roles and functions that will interface with target sites, thereby, simplifying site Pfizer communications and enhancing overall visibility into and confidence of quality of site-level activities.
Training and Education
A scientific or technical degree in the healthcare area is preferred along with extensive knowledge of clinical trial methodology.In general, candidates for this job would hold the following levels of education/experience:
BS/BSc/MS/MSc or equivalent 4 years of clinical research experience
Skills in more than one language are an advantage in this role. English is essential
Solid knowledge of clinical development processes with strong emphasis on monitoring
Demonstrated ability to oversee a 3rd party and/or demonstrated ability in Quality Assurance (preferred)
Site Management/Monitoring (CRA) experience (preferred)
Project management experience preferred in the clinical development area
Ability to lead, troubleshoot and influence for delivery
Demonstrated knowledge of clinical research processes and global and local regulatory requirements; ability to gain command of process details
Demonstrated ability to work in cross-functional matrix environment
Ability to evaluate, interpret and present complex issues and data to support assessment and mitigation of site risk
Effective verbal and written communication skills in relating to colleagues and associates both inside and outside of the organization
Considers stakeholders including regulatory agencies and marketing when developing strategies and future directions
Challenges people to surpass themselves in reaching their objectives using innovative solutions
Utilizes and encourages innovative approaches to build and maintain a competitive advantage
Acts as a champion of change across the area/region/countries; uses facts, logic and personal credibility to influence the successful implementation of process improvements
Builds wide networks and alliances; utilizes stakeholder input to develop strategic thinking and find opportunities for collaboration
Respectfully challenges practices, decisions or ideas to uphold integrity and ethical standards
Exhibits behaviors consistent with company values to colleagues at multiple locations with diverse cultures
Motivates through example, commitment, loyalty and enthusiasm
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