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Clinical Data Manager

City:  Kingston upon Hull

We are Reckitt

Home to the world's best loved and trusted hygiene, health, and nutrition brands. Our purpose defines why we exist: to protect, heal and nurture in the relentless pursuit of a cleaner, healthier world. We are a global team united by this purpose.

Join us in our fight to make access to the highest quality hygiene, wellness, and nourishment a right and not a privilege.

​Research & Development​

In R&D, we're full of highly skilled talents that include Scientists, Engineers, Medical, Clinical and Regulatory professionals - all working to create a cleaner, healthier world. With nine Centres of Excellence, we continually seek out new opportunities by using science, our entrepreneurial flare and our fearless innovation to develop and enhance our existing portfolio, never compromising on quality or performance. 

We do the right thing, always, by ensuring we act with responsibility and integrity, by complying with regulatory legislation across the globe, whilst ensuring our products are safe for our consumers and are to the highest quality.

The size of our organisation means you'll have the opportunity to learn and work in different functions within R&D, giving you exposure to different disciplines, teams and environments. You will also have access to our R&D Academy, designed to develop our team and allow you to grow in our great organisation.

About the role

Reckitt is looking for a Clinical Data Manager in Category Medical Affairs who is passionate about developing and nurturing connections while delivering high-impact results. This position offers you the opportunity to lead with integrity, drive forward meaningful projects, and cultivate the growth of junior talent within a purpose-led environment. If you're ready to challenge the conventional and foster innovation, let's make a difference together.

Your responsibilities

- Provide expert Data Management input across several studies or regulatory classifications for EG&CR including but not limited to data collection, standards, protocol, DMP and CSR, using consumer insights and external focus to achieve business needs

- Act as primary point of contact with vendors for data ownership, driving consistency and shaping the standards to facilitate an enterprise-wide evidence generation data lake

- Work closely with outsourcing partners and study teams, ensuring high quality delivery on time to agreed costs ensuring a year-on-year reduction in numbers of vendors

- Provide expert input ensuring robust data management activities are integrated into the project (e.g. innovative approaches such as data capture techniques to achieve claims and end points

- Collaborate and integrate expertise from clinical research and Medical Affairs to incorporate clinical endpoints, devices, general approaches and PROs within clinical development protocols

- Assist in efforts to identify, integrate, and/or develop valid clinical outcome assessments (PRO/COA) measurements for use in clinical programs

The experience we're looking for

- Extensive experience in clinical data management, ideally within a consumer healthcare or similar environment

- Strong experience working with 3rd party vendors, creating and maintaining relationships with the ability to assess strengths and opportunities

- Ability to lead teams by example on project strategies and achievement of department goals, objectives, and initiatives and to encourage team members to seek solutions.

- Detailed understanding of protocol content and interpretation of critical data and data review requirements within a clinical setting

- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to collaborate effectively with cross-functional teams and external stakeholders

- Strong analytical and problem-solving skills with attention to detail and accuracy

The skills for success

Business Strategy, Task Execution Under Pressure, Makes strategic Business Decisions, Business Acumen, Commercial Awareness, Objective Setting, Accountability, Consumer Insight, Creative Direction, R&D, Change Leadership, Product Lifecycle Management, Intellectual Property, Business Partnership, Collaboration and partnership building, Relationship Management, Adapt to changes in technological development plans, Ability to challenge the status quo and propose improvement, Innovation Processes, Digital transformation for R&D, Quality and Manufacturing.

What we offer

With inclusion at the heart of everything we do, working alongside our four global Employee Resource Groups, we support our people at every step of their career journey, helping them to succeed in their own individual way.

We invest in the wellbeing of our people through parental benefits, an Employee Assistance Program to promote mental health, and life insurance for all employees globally. We have a range of other benefits in line with the local market. Through our global share plans we offer the opportunity to save and share in Reckitt's potential future successes. For eligible roles, we also offer short-term incentives to recognise, appreciate and reward your work for delivering outstanding results. You will be rewarded in line with Reckitt's pay for performance philosophy.


We recognise that in real life, great people don't always 'tick all the boxes'. That's why we hire for potential as well as experience. Even if you don't meet every point on the job description, if this role and our company feels like a good fit for you, we still want to hear from you.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, disability or medical condition; colour, ethnicity, race, citizenship, and national origin; religion, faith; pregnancy, family status and caring responsibilities; sexual orientation; sex, gender identity, gender expression, and transgender identity; protected veteran status; size or any other basis protected by appropriate law.

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