Clinical Project Manager at ISA Pharmaceuticals
Founded in 2004, ISA Pharmaceuticals is a privately held company based in Leiden, the Netherlands. With a dedicated team of 25 professionals, ISA focuses on the development of immunotherapies for the treatment of cancer and persistent viral infections. ISA’s immunotherapy platform is based on its proprietary SLP® (synthetic long peptide) and AMPLIVANT® technologies. Various clinical trials up to completion of Phase II have demonstrated the safety, tolerability and clinical efficacy of SLP® immunotherapies. Recently, ISA has begun to develop personalized SLP® immunotherapies targeting neo-antigens. Because of our ongoing expansion we have the job opening for a Clinical Project Manager.
As a Clinical Project Manager (CPM) you play an important role in the clinical trial processes. As a CPM you have the drive, passion and skills to proactively plan all key events, coordinate all stakeholders and lead the team in an (oncology) clinical trial setting. The CPM position will perform a wide variety of activities to support the startup, execution and completion of clinical trials. You are flexible, have a can-do mentality and you are successfully leading a clinical trial.
You have a MSc degree (or comparable) in Medicine, Healthcare, Life Sciences or related field. Preferable a CRA certification and in-depth knowledge of GCP, ICH guidelines and relevant regulations and processes. You have at least 5 years (global) clinical trial experience in an industry setting (preferably in oncology). You are flexible, you have good project management skills, good communication skills, problem solving ability.
We offer you a challenging position in a rapidly developing organization. You will be part of a team of top professionals, and work in an inspiring environment with opportunities for personal and professional growth.
For further information on this job opening and related career opportunities, please contact Sonja Visscher at email@example.com or +31 71 3322310. Acquisition based on this advertisement is not appreciated.