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Principal Investigator Medical Doctor

Date: Nov 19, 2022

Location: Miramar, Florida, US, 33314

Company: Teva Pharmaceuticals

Company Info

Teva is a global pharmaceutical leader and the world's largest generic medicines producer, committed to improving health and increasing access to quality health solutions worldwide. Our employees are at the core of our success, with colleagues in over 80 countries delivering the world's largest medicine cabinet to 200 million people every day. We offer a uniquely diverse portfolio of products and solutions for patients and we've built a promising pipeline centered around our core therapeutic areas.  We are continually developing patient-centric solutions and significantly growing both our generic and specialty medicines business through investment in research and development, marketing, business development and innovation. This is how we improve health and enable people to live better, healthier lives. Join us on our journey of growth!

Job Description

Rare opportunity to join a long-standing clinical trials unit, with broad expertise in first-in-human, medical devices, and phase I studies.

Our team in Miramar, Florida has an opportunity for an M.D. licensed in the State of Florida, to join Teva as our Principal Investigator. As part of this  role you will partner with Teva and share publishing rights and will be on the cutting edge of new treatments and technologies. The principal investigator is responsible for the overall conduct of the study while having a support team focused on the success of the clinical trial. This role will oversee the studies to ensure GCP guidelines are met and that the protocol is being followed. The Principal Investigator role and team allows for a work/life balance not readily available in other roles held my medical doctors. 

The Principal Investigator is responsible for:

  • Overseeing the execution of study protocols
  • Delegating study related duties to site staff
  • Ensuring site compliance with study protocols, study-specific laboratory procedures, standards of Good Clinical Practice (GCP), Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), quality (QA/QC) procedures, OSHA guidelines, and other state and local regulations as applicable.

 

Essential Functions

 

  • Performs all job responsibilities in accordance with standards of Good Clinical Practice
  • Delegates study responsibilities as appropriate to trained study staff
  • Possesses a working knowledge of GCP/ICH guidelines, Clinic SOPs, QA/QC procedures, and Investigator 1572 Form
  • Reviews all protocols prior to acceptance at the site for feasibility
  • Reviews Investigator's Brochure prior to performing any study related activities
  • Ensures informed consent has been obtained prior to performing any study procedures
  • Participates in Sponsor dose escalation meetings and other safety discussions with the Medical Monitor
  • Performs all study responsibilities in compliance with the IRB approved protocol
  • Reviews screening documentation and approves subjects for admission to study
  • Reviews admission documentation and approves subject for randomization
  • Interprets ECGs within agreed Sponsor timelines
  • Reviews and evaluates all study data and comments to the clinical significance of any out of range results
  • Performs physical examinations as part of screening evaluation and active study conduct
  • Documents all findings in subject specific source documents
  • Provides ongoing assessment of the study subject/patient to identify Adverse Events
  • Ensures proper documentation and reporting of all Adverse Events and Serious Adverse Events and assigns causality
  • Provides medical management of adverse events as appropriate
  • Completes all study documentation in accordance with the study specific requirements

Qualifications

Required: Medical degree with current Medical Licensure in the state of Florida

  •  A combination of board eligibility, medical education, training, and experience may be considered in lieu of board certification.

 

Required: Excellent organizational and time-management skills and a strong attention to detail, excellent oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills

Preferred:  two (2) years of clinical research experience, Phase I clinical trials.

Preferred: Certification/Licensure ACLS Certification

Preferred: Bi-lingual ( English and Spanish) 

Physical Requirements and Working Conditions:

  • Incumbents in this class are subject to extended periods of sitting, standing, walking, stooping, bending, and lifting materials and supplies weighing up to 50 pounds.


 

Function

Research & Development

Sub Function

Clinical Development

Reports To

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