Clinical Project Manager

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The Clinical Project Manager will be responsible for leading a number of important global studies that are both underway and planned.

The Project Manager will be passionate about developing innovative treatments to improve the lives of patients with mental health conditions. They will be responsible for supporting the planning, coordination, and implementation of clinical research projects within budget, timeline, and scope. They will also monitor and present project updates to relevant stakeholders, clients, or project team members. The Clinical Project Manager will report to the Senior Vice-President, Clinical Operations.

Roles and responsibilities

Responsibilities include (but are not limited to):

  • Oversight of CRO(s) working with COMPASS
  • Collaboration with CRO(s) to ensure delivery of projects on-time, to the required quality and within budget
  • Working directly with site teams and local/national health services located globally to stimulate patient recruitment and retention
  • Working directly with sites located globally on Investigator-Initiated Studies, including contractual agreements and provision of clinical supplies
  • Other duties as appropriate to support the Clinical Operations team


  • Clinical research experience (not necessarily as a CRA) including managing full-service projects
  • Experience in Pharma/Biotech, CRO and/or academic research is essential
  • RWE/Late phase experience is required
  • An inquiring mind and great enthusiasm to work in an exciting and fast-moving environment

How to apply

If interested, please send your CV and statement of interest to

Note that we are not able to sponsor employment visas at this time, and therefore can only accept applications from people who have employment rights in the UK.

Equal opportunities

UK applicants

We are proud of our commitment to diversity and equality (pursuant to the Equality Act 2010). We do not discriminate based upon race, religion or belief, colour, nationality, ethnic or national origin, gender, pregnancy or maternity, marital or civil partner status, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, age or disability.

Last updated: Feb 04, 2021