Research Manager - Regulatory & Safety

Employment Type

: Full-Time

Industry

: Miscellaneous



WE GO BEYOND THE OBVIOUS, USING INTELLIGENCE, PASSION AND CREATIVITY TO INSPIRE NEW THINKING AND SHAPE THE WORLD WE LIVE IN. TO START A CAREER THAT IS OUT OF THE ORDINARY, PLEASE APPLY... JOB DETAILS JOIN A GROUP OF EXTRAORDINARY PEOPLE RESEARCH MANAGER JOB IS REMOTE - LOCATION IS FLEXIBLE IN THE USA! The Research Manager is a critical hire for our business! The healthcare research space is becoming increasingly important, and you will have the chance be part of an industry that is continuing to evolve and grow. This is a great opportunity for someone with a few years of relevant experience to expand on their knowledge while working for a global corporation. The Research Manager (RM) works closely with the Associate Research Director and is responsible for managing a high volume of research projects ensuring they are managed so as to be delivered on time and within budget. The Research Manager is responsible for independently executing tasks which support the research process for our Real-World Research and Regulatory projects. Kantar is the world's leading data, insights and consulting company. We understand more about how people think, feel, shop, share, vote and view than anyone else. Combining our expertise in human understanding with advanced technologies, Kantar's 30,000 people help the world's leading organisations succeed and grow. Kantar Health team members help life sciences companies develop products that improve people's lives and well-being. Their blend of consulting, data analytics, and real-world research and evidence enables clients to understand patients, physicians and payers, bring products to market quickly, navigate the regulatory pathway and negotiate payer reimbursement and coverage. KEY OUTCOMES As Research Manager, you will: - Be primarily responsible for the daily tasks associated with the project management of regulatory engagements which includes accuracy of survey programming for content, skip logic, data checking, managing third party vendors and checking the work they produce, opening POs and invoices. - Maintain appropriate project documentation including meeting minutes, decision logs and Trial Master File content and maintenance. - Supports real-world qualitative research conducts cognitive interviews, attend or listen to qualitative research interviews; reviews/revises qualitative reports. Ability to code qualitative interviews utilizing MAXQDA or similar software. - Assists with site identification, if needed, and creates & site training materials, and participates in on-site or remote site initiation trainings. Site management and monitoring. - Performs tasks required for Institutional Review Board (IRB) submissions and IRB close outs. - Completes Adverse Event compliance and reconciliation. - Proactively identifies project issues and works with project leadership and team members to define mitigation strategy and approach. - Documenting all necessary information requirements set forth by ISO guidelines CAPABILITIES To succeed, you will need: - Bachelor's degree (or equivalent) the field of Social Sciences, Public Health or a related field is required. - Very strong project management and proven ability to plan and prioritize work to meet commitments needed to achieve results. - Strong working knowledge of research process and procedures gained from working in Health Outcomes, Clinical or Market Research in the pharmaceutical/healthcare industry is required. - Experience working as part of an integrated team is also required. Demonstrated ability to manage workflow and communication with clients is a 'must.' - Experience in Oncology and/or Rare Diseases is highly desirable. - Experience with qualitative research or secondary databases is also desirable. - Ability to travel for client meetings, attendance at conferences, or internal meetings. JOIN US At Kantar we have an integrated way of rewarding our people based around a simple, clear and consistent set of principles. Our approach helps to ensure we are market competitiveandto support a pay for performance culture, where your reward and career progression opportunities are linked to what you deliver. We go beyond the obvious, using intelligence, passion and creativity to inspire new thinking and shape the world we live in. Apply for a career that's out of the ordinary and join us. At Kantar, the diversity of our employees provides a richer environment for our employees and broader depth and breadth of thinking for our clients. Kantar is committed to inclusion and diversity, therefore we welcome applications from all sections of society and do not discriminatebased onage, race, religion, gender, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, marital status or any other legally protected characteristics. PRIVACY DISCLOSURE: Please note that by applying to this opportunity you consent to the personal data you provide to us to be processed and retained by The Kantar Group Limited ('Kantar'). Your detailswill be kept on our Internal ATS (Applicant Tracking System) for as long as is necessary for the purposes of recruitment, which may include your details being shared with the hiringmanager. LOCATION New York, Work from Home United States of America KANTAR REWARDS STATEMENT At Kantar we have an integrated way of rewarding our people based around a simple, clear and consistent set of principles. Our approach helps to ensure we are market competitiveand alsoto support a pay for performance culture, where your reward and career progression opportunities are linked to what you deliver. We go beyond the obvious, using intelligence, passion and creativity to inspire new thinking and shape the world we live in. Apply for a career that's out of the ordinary and join us. We want to create an equality of opportunity in a fair and supportive working environment where people feel included, accepted and are allowed to flourish in a space where their mental health andwell beingis taken into consideration. We want to create a more diverse community to expand our talent pool, be locally representative, drive diversity of thinking and better commercial outcomes. Kantar is the world's leading data, insights and consulting company. We understand more about how people think, feel, shop, share, vote and view than anyone else. Combining our expertise in human understanding with advanced technologies, Kantar's 30,000 people help the world's leading organisations succeed and grow.

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