Project Manager (Special Immunization Clinic Network)
Reporting to the SIC Network Lead and the Canadian Center for Vaccinology’s (CCfV) Associate Director of Field Management, the SIC Project Manager will provide administrative and management support for the entire portfolio of SIC Network studies, including several multi-site clinical studies, both national and international, and is responsible for leading the organization and management of research studies and supporting the Principal Investigator to ensure milestones and targets are met effectively.
Full job description and application
- Lead a national network of site research coordinators and various team members for each aspect of various projects, which includes working collaboratively with research groups within Canada and internationally to coordinate research projects across multiple sites.
- Provide overall coordination of assigned studies in accordance with CCfV’s Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and/or sponsor or regulatory guidelines under the guidance of the Principal Investigator/Network Lead.
- Develop, review and approve Statements of Work, contracts, and budgets, in addition to maintaining study documentation in adherence with Good Clinical Practice standards.
- Manage multiple project budgets including developing, forecasting, monitoring, and reporting to the PI and advising on risk mitigation strategies to achieve sound financial management.
- Provide document support, including reviewing and assisting with the development of study documents, such as protocols, Case Report forms, and consent forms, as well as assisting in the preparation of Network materials for annual reports and other knowledge translation activities as required.
- Work with the Laboratory and Data Management teams on all aspects of project logistics, including liaising with the Data team regarding data collection, creation and revision of forms, and data queries/quality control.
The Special Immunization Clinic (SIC) Network is a sub-network of CIRN (the Canadian Immunization Research Network) and was established to improve immunization practices for patients who experienced adverse events following immunization and those who have medical conditions that may affect their response to immunizations. SIC physicians conduct standard patient assessments, and evaluate vaccine safety and immune responses. For more information, please visit https://cirnetwork.ca/network/special-immunization/
We ask that all interested applicants please apply though the Dalhousie website using the link above.