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Clinical Project Manager (Office or home-based AU / NZ) Min. 0.8FTE

Due to ongoing growth and success, CNS has further opportunities for an experienced Project Manager (Brisbane office or home based in Australia / New Zealand).

You will manage clinical projects from protocol development through to delivery of final clinical study report according to ICH-GCP, SOPs, local regulatory requirements and study specific requirements. The role includes management of the internal project team across departments and external vendors. The focus of this role is to manage and be accountable for clinical projects and to ensure that the reported trial data is accurate and complete, delivered to client timelines and budgets.

Qualifications required are a degree in life sciences (BSc, RN or BPharm) and direct experience in a Clinical Project Manager role in a pharmaceutical, biotechnology company or CRO environment for at least three (3) years.

Your ability to work in a proactive and autonomous manner as well as being part of a team, a high level of attention to detail, excellent communication skills and computer competency, will ensure your success in this role.

In return, CNS offers the successful candidate(s) the opportunity to work in a highly client orientated, rapidly growing service company within a responsive, internationally experienced team, whose goal is to provide committed, passionate and innovative clinical research support and solutions to our clients, our research sites and our partners. We also offer a workplace that is based on strong values and a unique Employee Value Proposition. As a result, the level of employee engagement at CNS is continuously high as confirmed through our annual engagement survey.

CNS is a uniquely integrated service group that goes significantly beyond the traditional CRO service being focused on broader and deeper product development. We are headquartered in Brisbane, Australia with our team also located throughout Australia, New Zealand, the UK (Bishop's Stortford) and the USA (Washington DC). In 2015 we were voted as the Australian Favourite CRO by ARCS members (as well as other third parties).

Only applicants who are currently in Australia or New Zealand and have a legal entitlement to work in one of these countries, will be considered. Fluency in English is an absolute requirement.
To apply please submit your cover letter and CV to the Director Human Resources at

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