Tan Tock Seng Hospital3.1
Manager, Clinical Trial
$38K - $50K (Glassdoor Est.)
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Family Group: Administration

The Clinical Research & Innovation Office (CRIO) promotes and coordinates research activities in Tan Tock Seng Hospital (TTSH). The Clinical Trial Unit manages clinical trials conducted within TTSH and aims to establish lasting relationships with pharmaceutical companies and other industry partners to attract industry-sponsored trials.

As a Manager of the Clinical Trial Unit, you will provide leadership to the unit, aligning its activities with the hospital's research goals, such as to oversee the implmentation of strategic progams, ensure quality control measures to maintain the integrity and accuracy of cliical trial data, and to facilitate research talent development. Your main duties and responsibilities include:

  • Revenue Generation : Identify and pursue funding and relationship building opportunities through grants and collaborations to secure financial suport for clinical trials and research initiatives
  • Stakeholder Collaboration : Enhance and strengthen collaborates with academics, researchers, and pharmaceutical partners to facilitate the successful implementation of clinical trials
  • Financial Acumen : Understand financial management principles to optimize resource allocation and revenue generation
  • Budget Management : Develop and manage the unit's operations, budget, optimizing resource allocation for maximum efficiency
  • Regulatory Compliance : Ensure adherance to regulations, audit requirements and ethical standards in clinical research
  • Inspiring Leadership : Lead by example, motivating and empowering the clinical research coordinators to excel in their roles, and to play an active role to foster their professional growth

Job Requirements

  • A recognised bachelor's degree in either Nursing, Pharmacy, Science, etc
  • At least 8 years of experience in clinical research and clinical trials setting, and with at least 2 years in supervisory roles
  • Possess in-depth knowledge of trial procedures, IRB and HAS requirements, as well as relevant regulations and guidelines, including HBRA, Health Products and Medicine Act, Health Product (Clinical Trial) Regulation, PDPA and ICH CGP
  • Strong organization, management, and leadership skills
  • Strong communication skills (both written and verbal), demonstrates high interpersonal skills, and a good team player

Join our team and make a significant impact on advancing medical research and improving patient care!

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