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  • Project Director III/Program Manager III - Interventional Studies in Aging Center (ISAC) at the Institute for Aging Research

    Job Locations US-MA-Roslindale
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  • Overview

    The ISAC Senior Program Manager will work with the Directors in establishing and growing all aspects of this newly established Center and provide support to investigators conducting clinical trials with the assistance of ISAC. This is an exciting and visible opportunity for an experienced professional to take on a key role in one of the leading research institutes in the field of aging. The position will include program development and project management related to human investigations in aging.


    • Manage key administrative processes for ISAC including coordinating Director and Center meetings, including the agendas and subsequent action items
    • Coordinate communications and outreach for ISAC activities within IFAR, HSL and outside HSL
    • Coordinate consultation services provided by ISAC faculty and staff to investigators
    • Maintain and update ISAC on-line textbook related to the design and conduct of clinical trials
    • Update and maintain ISAC website
    • Manage solicitation and administrate pilot studies
    • Coordinate ISAC seminars and teaching workshops
    • Guide investigators through clinical trials project management and regulatory issues.
    • Collaborate with ISAC team members on development and testing of data capture, management and analysis tools
    • Lead by example by serving as project manager on one or more active projects.


    • Minimum 5 years of experience in the management and execution of operations for large clinical trials, preferably multi-site investigations in older populations
    • An advanced degree (e.g., Master’s, PhD, MD) in clinical research, medicine, nursing, psychology, sociology, epidemiology or a related discipline
    • Certified in Good Clinical Practice; comprehensive understanding of regulatory requirements in human subjects research; familiarity with ICH guidelines, 12 CFR Part 11 and other relevant regulatory requirements
    • Experience with IND applications and interactions with the FDA is considered an asset
    • Solid knowledge and experience in state-of-the-art clinical trial project management
    • Soft skills: collaboration, independence, entrepreneurship, ambition, pragmatism, oral communication to scientific and lay audiences, excellence in English writing. Desire to participate as a leader in a growing biomedical research organization
    • Outstanding organizational skills; ability to lead, take instruction and adapt to change
    • Independent thought and ability to execute and share ideas with confidence


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