About Telix Pharmaceuticals Limited

Telix is an Australian public company (ASX: TLX) headquartered in Melbourne with international operations in Europe, the US and Japan. Our vision is to be a leading, global biopharmaceutical company in the field of “theranostic” radiopharmaceuticals and we are currently developing a portfolio of clinical-stage products that address significant unmet medical needs in oncology and rare diseases.

Job Description:
Clinical Project Manager

Type:
Full Time

Location:
Americas

Date:
Immediate

About the Role

The Clinical Project Manager is responsible for managing all aspects of the quality delivery of clinical research studies (phase 1 to 4) from the planning phase through to study closeout. The role will coordinate work streams and cross-functional project teams and will be ultimately responsible for ensuring that Telix global clinical trials are conducted to high global quality and regulatory standards, within the corporate timelines and budget.

This is a remote position, or hybrid if you reside within a 50-mile radius of Fishers, IN.

About you

You have strong leadership and project management skills, with demonstrated ability to manage a clinical research project according to international standards through all stages- from clinical study concept development to final study report. You posses a degree in Life Sciences, coupled with at least 3 years pharmaceutical/biotechnology industry clinical trial operations experience including drug development (Phase 1-3). You have a strong understanding of project financials.

You thrive in an agile, fast-moving organisation and are comfortable working with competitive priorities and to tight timelines.  You possess a global mindset and have a willingness to work collaboratively with global team members across regions/multiple time zones.  

Why Work at Telix?

We are a dynamic, fast-growing biopharmaceutical company offering competitive salaries, health and wellbeing incentives, bonus incentives and support for learning and development. You will be part of an engaged and supportive group of colleagues who all have a shared purpose: to help people with cancer and rare diseases live longer, better quality lives.

How to apply

Please apply here

Agency support is not required for this role and no submissions will be considered.