MedPharm Ltd is an innovation-driven pharmaceutical
development company committed to the identification, creation and
development of unique therapeutic systems for topical use,
specializing in drug delivery. Over the past 3 years, MedPharm
has continued to expand their operations in their RTP
We are looking for a talented and detail oriented Study
Director/ Study Manager to join our growing team. As a Study
Manager, you will work with our senior staff, project managers, and
lab personnel to ensure accurate study project transition. The
successful candidate will strive to attain in-depth knowledge
of MedPharm procedures and understand the importance of project
activity and movement.
In addition to having strong attention to detail, you must be
responsible and demonstrate excellent communication skills. If you
thrive in fast-paced working environments that require a
professional with drive and exceptional analytical skills, then you
could be our ideal candidate.
To draft study plans and contribute to the preparation of
reports for sponsors.
For any studies performed according to GLP, assure that: The
study protocol (plan), including any change, is approved and is
All experimental data including observations of unanticipated
responses of the test system are accurately recorded and
Unforeseen circumstances that may affect the quality and
integrity of the study are noted when they occur, and corrective
action is taken and documented.
Test systems are as specified in the study protocol (plan).
GLP regulations are followed where appropriate.
All raw data, documentation, protocols, specimens and final
reports are transferred to the archives during or at the close of
To provide support in study/project transition from development
to GMP supplies in line with applicable regulations.
To adhere to MedPharm’s Procedures.
Contribute to the preparation and review of SOPs and Forms where
Assist Project Managers as technical experts on client
Where applicable, promptly record all data according to Good
Review literature in preparation for studies and to regularly
update knowledge by reviewing appropriate literature.
BS Degree in Biology, Chemistry, or a related field ; or
equivalent with experience
1-5 year's experience in pharmaceutical development, ideally in
topicals but a different dosage for area may also be
Excellent communication skills with a collaborative style of
working as the position will have key relationships across
different internal teams as well as with clients.
Detail oriented and meticulous.
Strong attention to detail with an analytical and methodical
approach to tasks.
Ability to work to deadlines and targets.
Ability to adhere to MedPharm’s company ethos
Must be motivated by a small company environment.
Able to work professionally and productively under pressure.
High degree of personal credibility and integrity.
Experience with Good Laboratory Practices
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