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Department: Clinical Operations

Job Title: Senior Clinical Project Manager

Location: Andover, MA

Reports to: Project Manager


  • 8-10 years experience in medical device (strongly preferred), pharmaceutical drug development, biotech or CRO industries monitoring and managing clinical trials (cardiovascular therapeutic indications preferred); or equivalent combination of education and experience
  • Proven expertise in executing IRB/EC submissions and approvals
  • Outstanding track record leading large complex global clinical trials for medical device products in different phases of the product cycle
  • Broad and deep knowledge of device clinical trial documentation requirements including monitoring requirements, FDA regulations, and operational aspects of clinical trials
  • Experience complying with GCP, ICH, ISO and FDA regulatory requirements
  • Proven ability to identify operational issues and proactively recommend and implement strategies to resolve problems
  • In-depth knowledge of adverse event investigation, analysis, and reporting procedures and standards
  • Willing to be held accountable for deliverables
  • Must be highly organized and detail oriented
  • Experience interfacing with multiple vendors/contractors
  • Proven ability to handle multiple projects and changing priorities
  • Must be results-driven and exhibit a sense of urgency
  • Clear and concise in verbal and written communication, fosters smooth flow of timely and relevant information
  • Strong initiative and positive attitude
  • Ability to support and build collaborative relationships both internally and externally
  • Demonstrated ability to make timely decisions using sound judgment
  • Experience with electronic data capture (EDC)
  • Experience in clinical budget planning and management

Essential Duties and Responsibilities Include:

  • Lead all clinical site interactions (including assistance with IRB/EC applications, contract negotiations, enrollment tracking, clinical trial material and clinical supply requests, issue resolution, etc.)
  • Own and manage all trial start-up, conduct, and close-out activities according to industry and corporate standards
  • Lend expertise to the preparation of key clinical documents in conjunction with other team members (e.g. protocols, informed consent, amendments, CRF’s, training materials, project plans, monitoring plans, data plans, statistical analysis plans, summary reports, annual reports, etc.)
  • Establish professional rapport and engage in frequent communication with investigational site personnel in order to keep study on-track
  • Track internal metrics, timelines and budgets
  • Communicate trial status to trial team
  • Prepare and present trial specific updates to management
  • Oversee and participate in monitoring activities at clinical trial sites to ensure adherence to GCP and ICH guidelines, regulatory requirements, SOPs, protocols and take ownership for data completion and accuracy
  • Interact with data management personnel to plan, monitor, and execute data analyses
  • Support applications and technical files as needed
  • Collaborate with project specific committees (e.g., DSMB, CEC)
  • Assist with preparation for investigators’ meetings
  • Work with vendors as needed
  • Travel up to 25% of the time
  • Perform other TransMedics tasks and duties as required.


  • BS in Science, Life Science or related field plus

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