Local Start-Up Specialist, DACH at Allucent

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Local Start-Up Specialist, DACH Allucent. Description. Allucent is a full-service contract research and development organization with international resources dedicated to helping pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies efficiently and expeditiously navigate the regulatory approval process in order to bring new drugs, biologics, and medical devices to the people who need them. Allucent is a non-laboratory environment. At Allucent, our mission is to help bring new therapies to light. When you work at Allucent, that means rolling up your sleeves and applying your scientific knowledge, clinical expertise, and experience to partnerships with our clients in small and mid-sized biotech companies.. The Local Start-up Specialist (LSUS) coordinates and performs local site start-up activities of Allucent Study Start-up & Site Intelligence. This position executes essential document collection, Regulatory Authority (RA) and Independent Ethics Committee (IEC)/Institutional Review Board (IRB) submission/approval activities. The LSUS may also perform site contract and budget negotiations and execution of negotiated contracts. The LSUS acts as a main line of communication to RA/ IEC/ IRB as well as investigators and sites through the initial phase of a clinical study until the Site Initiation Visit. The Local Start-up Specialist II is a member of the Study Start-up & Site Intelligence Unit.. This position can be remote or hybrid, and based in . Germany. or . Austria . covering the DACH region.. Key Responsibilities. Track relevant information, data, progress and milestones in CTMS and/or other tracking tools covering assigned Start-Up activities (as defined below). Ensure planned dates are reliable and up to date in CTMS departments/study teams. File documents in the (e)TMF for which they are the document owner. Assist other Study Start-up team members with filing documents in the (e)TMF for which they are document owner. Assist in the preparation, compilation, submission and maintenance of regulatory documentation required by regulatory agencies for clinical trials at local level. Provide relevant documents in compliance with local regulation. Support review of technical, pre-clinical and clinical reports for regulatory submissions. Interact with regulatory authorities. Prepare and compile answers for questions raised by the regulatory agencies and submit the answers. Regularly check for updates on regulations, guidelines and procedures. Ensure these updates are communicated and circulated as appropriate. Support Global Regulatory Manager (GRM) and/or Global Submission Specialist (GSS) as needed. Prepare, compile, submit and maintain ethical requirements and documentation required by IEC/IRB for clinical trials at local level. Assist in providing and reviewing relevant documents in compliance with ethical requirements and per local legislation. Interact with IEC/IRB. Prepare and compile answers for questions raised by the IEC/IRB and submit the answers. Regularly check for updates on regulations, guidelines, and procedures. Ensure these changes and updates are communicated and circulated as appropriate. Assist in adapting country SIS/ISF to site-specific requirements. Provide country specific requirements to GSCM impacting site contracts’ process. Prepare, review, negotiate, and finalize Clinical Trial Agreements (CTAs), Letter of Indemnification (LOI), termination letters, budgets, and other site level agreements required for a clinical study. Negotiate within client approved contract and budget templates and negotiation parameters. Communicate with sites and internal personnel regarding the status of contracts and contract related documents. Arrange translation of the final country CTA template and/or final negotiated contracts, where applicable. Provide the final/draft CTA and site budget for submission, where required. Obtain site signature as well as Sponsor/Allucent signature, as applicable. Keep up to date with applicable local regulations impacting clinical trial contracts. Assist in preparing the site-specific Essential Document Package and sending to sites. Requirements. Life Science degree or equivalent qualification or certification in a related allied health profession from an appropriate accredited institution. 2-5 years of experience in regulatory affairs in the pharmaceutical or biotechnology industry. A thorough knowledge of the country or region competent authority submission and reporting requirements and guidelines. A thorough understanding of the drug development process. Good oral and written communications skills - fluent in English and German. Attention to detail. Able to perform well as a team member. Benefits. Comprehensive benefits package. Competitive salaries per location. Departmental Study/Training Budget for furthering professional development. Flexible Working hours (within reason). Opportunity for fully remote working or Hybrid Working Model. Leadership and mentoring opportunities. Internal growth opportunities and career progression. More task variety. Financially rewarding internal Employee Referral Program. Access to online soft-skills and technical training via GoodHabitz and internal platforms. To all recruitment agencies: Allucent does not accept agency resumes. Please do not forward resumes to our careers alias or other Allucent employees. Allucent is not responsible for any fees related to unsolicited resumes. #LI-JC1