Clinical Data Managers are essential in the fast-growing clinical research industry. They ensure that the information collected during clinical trials is useful, accurate, and reliable.
If you’d like to make a positive difference in the pharmaceutical industry, you owe it to yourself to explore Intego’s Clinical Data Management In-House Training Program.
Led by industry experts, this comprehensive 6-month training program will provide you with the knowledge and skills you need to successfully navigate clinical databases. You’ll also become well-versed in database design and implementation.
Comprehensive, Full-Time Training Program
6-months of training, including hands-on project work
Variety of Cutting-Edge Technologies
SAS®, EDC systems, and other modern tools
Work on Top-Priority Clinical Studies
Help save lives and make a positive difference
Full-time Employment at Intego Clinical
Use your analytics skills for top-priority clinical studies
Ideal candidates for this program are medical doctors (MDs) with work experience, those with a bachelor’s or master’s degree in pharmaceutical sciences, or proficient Clinical Research Associates with at least two years of recent experience.
Candidates should also demonstrate clear written and verbal communication with peers, customers, and management. An intermediate level of English is required as well.
Once you've been accepted, you’ll officially be on your way to a lucrative, exciting career as a Clinical Data Manager.
Clinical Data Managers are key players in the clinical research industry. They’re responsible for reliable, high-quality, and statistically sound data.
Clinical Research Organizations
Including Intego Clinical
In early stages of clinical research
You’ll Be Taught by Senior Professionals, Subject Matter Experts and Industry Leaders from Intego Clinical.
This intensive training program is delivered to small groups of 3 to 6 trainees through a combination of in-person classes, online sessions, self-study, and project work. Upon completion, successful graduates will gain further, meaningful employment within the company.
This course was designed to give students an overview of the drug development and clinical trial process, and familiarize themselves with the terminology used by clinical research professionals. Get professionals from clinical research organizations to explain the clinical trial process.
This self-study module introduces the company's SOPs to the student, and familiarizes them with commonly used SOPs in the pharmaceutical industry.
A self-study module where students read through the GCDMP manual that provides information to trainees about standards to follow.
Popular with students, this course covered basic and advanced functions of MS Office (e.g. Excel, Word) and taught computational skills necessary for clinical data management. Topics covered included security features, data recovery and back-up, network configurations and standard operating systems.
Unlike the other courses which were taught by external instructors, this course exclusively relied upon internal resources from Intego Clinical and was designed to teach the students about the role of data managers in detail as well as to give them an understanding of “global picture” and covers activities performed from start up till database closure. Specific learning objectives are:
As part of our business model, our data managers must integrate into existing clinical research teams and participate in teleconferences and meetings with clients around the globe. Therefore, our students must communicate effectively in English with other professionals in the pharmaceutical industry. This course also ensured students are able to read and write regulatory documents. Students practiced describing the drug development process and discussing technical concepts verbally and in written form.
Every week a guest speaker from a different department at Intego Clinical spoke to the students about their roles and responsibilities. Speakers also discussed how their departments used and viewed the role of data managers, setting the students up with context and helpful perspectives on their position within the broader clinical space.
Currently, there are up to six trainee positions available.
This six month program is taught in a hybrid-style format, with online training and in-person training at our offices in Kyiv and Kharkiv. It’s a full-time commitment with an expected workload of 40 hours per week.
Yes, you will be a full-time employee who will get paid during training.