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POSITION TITLE: Clinical Affairs Manager



The Clinical Affairs Manager will report to the Vice President of Medical, Clinical and Scientific Affairs and assist in the oversight and execution of clinical trials for a Dermatology-based company and its cosmetic skincare products, in accordance with the R&D development plan/strategy and timelines. This is an excellent opportunity for someone with strong organizational skills, and the ability to work on a variety of tasks and projects simultaneously.



      • Work with the Vice President of Medical, Clinical and Scientific Affairs supporting the oversight, execution and delivery of clinical trials in accordance with R&D development plan/strategy and timelines.

      • Assist in the planning and execution of clinical studies ensuring deliverables are completed on time and within budget.

      • Coordinates the execution of contracts and agreements.

      • Assists in drafting and maintaining clinical project and study documents, interacting with investigative sites, vendors and other functional areas.

      • Performs study initiation activities, reviewing with the site personnel the protocol, study procedures, and provides training on completion of study-related documents and forms, and study close-out activities.

      • Assist in the drafting of clinical reports and preparation of study data for presentation.

      • Performs site evaluation visits of potential investigators and on-site clinical monitoring/quality activities as needed.

      • Attends study-related, company, departmental, and external meetings, as required.

      • Assist in the management of Medical/Clinical Affairs budget.

      • Assist in publication planning.

      • Lead and contribute to special projects and other activities as deemed necessary by Medical Affairs leadership.



JOB QUALIFICATIONS (Education/Experience):

        • Minimum 3+ years in the Clinical Research Industry and managing clinical research studies, ideally in Dermatology, skincare or cosmetic industries. Previous site monitoring or coordinating clinical trials experience preferred.

        • BA/BS in health science field or equivalent combination of training and experience.

        • Strong working knowledge of Good Clinical Practices (GCP) and current industry practices related to the conduct of clinical trials.

        • Excellent interpersonal, oral and written communication skills.

        • Strong computer skills with proficiency with MS Windows-based applications.

        • The successful candidate must have good judgement and be detail-oriented; function independently with a high level of flexibility working in a fast-paced, customer-service oriented environment.

        • Demonstrates honesty and integrity while modeling behaviors that are consistent with skinbetter science policies, procedures and ethos.


LOCATION:    Remote within the US


skinbetter science is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.
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