inVentiv Health Manager, Essential Document Collection and Submissions (EDCS) in Cary, North Carolina
Title Manager, Essential Document Collection and Submissions (EDCS)
Job ID 14504
Responsibilities The position manages and is accountable for the work of professional level employees within the Essential Document Collection and Submissions function (country submission specialists) either as line manager or at project delivery level.
•Identify, address, and follow up on performance and quality issues.
•Track and report departmental or customer metrics.
•Participate in the interview process.
•Review and approve expense reports and timesheets.
•Coordinate and conduct new employee orientation and training.
•Participate in internal and external meetings.
•May participate in committees and work groups to support the development and implementation of new initiatives and strategic direction of the department
•Resolve basic internal study escalations and escalate more serious issues when necessary.
•Provide business development support as necessary.
•Provide input into financial forecasts and review invoices for accuracy.
•Complete necessary administrative tasks.
•May be assigned to project/program delivery oversight for specific function within EDCS
•May perform other duties as assigned
•Supervise, coach, and mentor staff
•Oversee development of direct reports by setting goals, conducting performance reviews, evaluating and monitoring training needs, creating development plans, mentoring, and coaching
•Set priorities and schedule activities of departmental resources, implement company objectives, and create alternative solutions to address business and operational challenges
inVentiv Health, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer, M/F/Disabled/Vets that values the strength that diversity brings to the workplace.
Requirements •Bachelor's degree in a related field or equivalent combination of education, training and experience
•Six (6) years of experience in clinical research and preferably in the same functional department
•Demonstrates strong leadership and line management potential
•Extensive knowledge of GCP/ICH guidelines and other applicable specific start up requirements in own country and region as minimum.
•Strong time management, technical and organizational skills
•Knowledge of basic financial concepts as related to forecasting and budgeting
•Must demonstrate good computer skills
•Excellent communication, presentation, interpersonal skills, both written and spoken, with an ability to inform, influence, convince, and persuade
•Ability to travel as necessary (approximately 20%)
Country United States [US]
State/Province North Carolina [NC]