A Manager of Site Budgets & Contract Negotiations will be responsible for
Managing the CROs who develop and broker global investigator site contracts
Reviewing CROs’ and/or sites’ proposed changes to standard contract terms and the study-specific budget parameters (in partnership with other business lines internally)
Ensuring the delivery of high quality, effective, and timely site contracts
Maintaining productive relationships with internal partners
Leading ongoing process improvements (including participating on pivotal initiatives).
Onboarding, training, and mentoring peers
A typical day might include the following:
Working closely with internal client groups, internal team members, and CROs and effectively connect with them, in order to ensure that business objectives are met (e.g., scheduled site initiation visits)
Being accountable for ensuring that performance and efficiency standards are met for assigned studies
Engaging with the study teams from early planning throughout the end-to-end contracting lifecycle
Handling site contracting related issues from the CROs and/or the investigator sites, effectively
Partnering with colleagues in the Law Department and other groups, as needed, to continuously enhance Regeneron’s CTAs
Ensuring that internal systems are updated in a timely, accurate, and complete manner
Ensuring that CROs and staff are enhancing site relationships and conducting issue resolution of moderate to high complexity
Looking out for changes in industry standards and help identify new best practices to contribute to continuous improvement
Help train others on site contracting processes and industry practices
Handling and addressing changes to study scope, ensuring timely contract amendment and implementation
Leading ongoing, process improvements (including participating on strategic initiatives) and develop mentorship documents
This role might be for you if:
You have the ability to mitigate and drive solutions regarding CRO and investigator site contracting challenges
You can identify and implement best practices and chip in to continuous improvement for site contracting
You can influence vendors and internal partners
You have a solid understanding of site contracting practices
You are comfortable participating on and occasionally leading cross functional teams of peers (internal/external customers)
Ability to lead ongoing, process improvements (including participating on strategic initiatives)
To be considered for this opportunity, you must have at minimum a Bachelor's Degree with 5+ years of relevant experience with clinical site contracting at a biopharmaceutical company, consulting or CRO. This is a fully remote role.
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