The Investigator Initiated Interdisciplinary Clinical Trials Group at the University Hospital Wuerzburg (Department of Medicine, Division of Nephrology) is inviting applications for a

Clinical Trial Manager Position in Clinical Medicine, Part-, or Fulltime

Clinical Trial Manager Position (m/w/d)
Medizin I / Nephrologie, Medizin I

Voll- oder Teilzeit , befristet , baldmöglichst

The research group of Investigator-Initiated Trials within Würzburg University Hospital is looking for a highly motivated Clinical Trial Manager to join our successful clinical trials group. We have specialized in performing national and multinational clinical trials related to testing pragmatic interventions in clinical medicine that are pragmatic and broadly applicable. Our group covers pharmaceutical, medical device and pragmatic trials.

Clinical trials provide the opportunity to develop and test scalable health solutions, pharmacologic and non-pharmacologic interventions and make them applicable to save future lives and concurrent suffering. We have joined our efforts to transform this vision as clinical practice researchers and welcome individuals from all backgrounds who care about our mission as we do and have a strong orientation towards service. We believe that interdisciplinary perspectives and a collaborative non-hierarchical approach drives success and seek engaging for excellence striving professionals who think outside the box, take risks, and share our values. We offer a diverse, interdisciplinary community and are committed to being collegial, friendly, and humble. We do our work, through intellectual curiosity, agility, self-discipline, attention to detail, and willingness to get the job done.

As the Clinical Trial Manager, you will have overall responsibility for the day-to-day management of our pharmaceutical, non-pharmaceutical and pragmatic trials, acting as the central point of contact and providing updates to the Chief Investigators. You will manage activities to ensure trial delivery within the agreed timelines and budget and in compliance with applicable policies, regulations, and sponsor requirements. Activities include assistance in grant applications, protocol adherent delivery, regulatory/ethics submissions, administration of protocol amendments, management of trial sites and supplies, preparation of progress and financial reports, administration of financial controlling including account and budget management and Trial Master File maintenance. You will work closely with the internal multi-disciplinary team and liaise with external collaborators, governance committee members, sponsors, and funders.

You will hold a higher degree or equivalent experience and have proven independent clinical trial management experience and a thorough understanding of Good Clinical Practice and other key regulatory and ethical frameworks. You should have experience of working collaboratively on complex projects and an understanding of trial design and methodology. This requires detail orientation, and reliability. You must be equally capable of working independently and as an integral member of the trial team with excellent interpersonal and communication skills and online management experience.

Strong organizational and time management skills are essential, with the ability to manage conflicting priorities and problem solve using your own initiative. Previous experience as a trial manager in a non-commercial setting and experience working on a medical device trial or Clinical Trial of an Investigational Medicinal Product (CTIMP) are desirable.

When you join our group, we will help you identify your professional goals, and support you along your career journey.  We offer home office opportunities, flexible working hours and salary packages according to TV-L.

The post is for a three-year fixed term. A mixture of home and office working can be arranged. This position is full-time, however part-time (minimum 30% FTE/2 days per week) can be considered with a reduction in duties / trials.

Application: If this job description appeals to you and you are willing to assume responsibility, please submit a comprehensive application summarized in a single combined pdf file (letter of motivation (German or English), your CV and transcripts) to

Dr. Jule Pinter, pinter_j@
University Hospital Wuerzburg, Medical Department EINS, Nephrology, Clinical Trials Working Group, Oberdürrbacherstrasse 6, 97080 Würzburg

The application process is two-stage; Eligible candidates will be invited to an interview.

Bewerbungsfrist: 21.12.2022
Die Vergütung erfolgt nach den einschlägigen Tarifverträgen. Schwerbehinderte Bewerber/-innen werden bei ansonsten im Wesentlichen gleicher Eignung bevorzugt eingestellt.

Laufende Nummer: 1/125

Eingestellt am: 23.11.2022