Senior Manager, Clinical Data Standards
United States - NY, New York
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Reporting to the Director, Clinical Data Standards, you will provide leadership to achieve the strategic roadmap for industrialized standardization of historical clinical trial data using industry standards (e.g., CDASH, SDTM, ADaM) and related processes. Working collaboratively with internal and external organizational leads you will provide high-quality, regulatory-compliant standardized data to improve clinical trials. The Sr Manager will support development of technical expertise and documentation for data standardization activities and will help implement proprietary algorithmic data standardization models.
Lead team of clinical standards subject matter experts, focusing on the application and maintenance of industry standards (CDASH, SDTM, ADaM) to create regulatory grade integrated historical clinical trial data sets.
Provide expert support for regulatory inspections with knowledge of industry regulations, legal mandates, processes, and business policies
Develop quality system documents (SOPs, WIs) to ensure accuracy, compliance and traceability of standardized clinical trial data
Improve processes for industrialized clinical data standardization, including implementation of proprietary algorithmic data standardization models
Collaborate with Biostatisticians, Product and Project Management to set project goals, provide standardized data for analysis and prepare for regulatory inspections
Your Education & Experience:
7+ years of clinical standards (SDTM) and data management experience in pharma/biotech with advanced knowledge in clinical trials including design, specification, QC and submission preparation.
3+ years of supervisory and mentoring experience using a hands-on management approach
Expert experience in clinical standards (e.g., CDASH, SDTM, ADaM), including development and management of metadata repositories
Master's degree or equivalent preferred, in a life science discipline or Biostatistics
Detailed knowledge of FDA & ICH, GCP, and regulatory submission requirements (e.g. define.xml, ISS, ISE, CFR-Part 11 compliance)
Experience participating in and responding to audits and regulatory authority inspections
Working knowledge of SAS (including macro development) and SQL for data preparation and exploration; R and python are a plus
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