Associate Project Manager- Linguistic Validation
Under the direct supervision of an LV Project Management Supervisor or Department Manager, to create error-free, linguistically validated Patient Reported Outcomes instruments through a reiterative process of harmonization, back translation, expert review, in-country review, and cognitive debriefing.
Understands and adheres to company Quality Management System (QMS) requirements including but not limited to ISO 9001 and ISO 17100 standards.
Reconciles and edits harmonized and back translations in a timely, efficient and accurate manner.
Coordinates and communicates with interviewers and recruiters for the purpose of conducting debriefing interviews, analyzing results, and making recommendations for improvements.
Coordinates and communicates with translators, research specialists, in-country/client reviewers, and others as needed.
Coordinates with colleagues in other departments for the purpose of ensuring efficient workflow.
Maintains accurate and up-to-date spreadsheets and other documents needed to ensure that that there is a complete overview of the current status of LV projects and that information is readily retrievable.
Assists in maintaining and ensuring the reliability of key operating data and databases.
Maintains project and client records as needed.
Makes sure that clients are kept regularly informed as to the status of projects and otherwise communicate with clients as needed to ensure client needs are met and issues are resolved.
Composes or generates a variety of materials (e.g. reports, memos, letters, manuals, etc.) for the purpose of documenting activities, training, providing written reference and/or conveying information regarding the status of projects, etc.
Ensures that projects are delivered to clients error-free and as specified within established timeframes.
Performs other related duties, as assigned.
May perform traditional project management functions as needed.
Note: The above description is illustrative of tasks and responsibilities. It is not meant to be all inclusive of every task or responsibility.
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