Associate Project Manager (Clinical)

Location Japan
Discipline Life Science
Job type Permanent
Salary 5,500,000 JPY - 6,500,000 JPY
Reference 33225


The Company designs and develops e-source and electronic data management system for clinical trials by focusing on optimizing the selection, use, and analysis of behavioral endpoints in CNS studies. The Company serves customers worldwide.


The Associate Project Manager is responsible for the oversight of the more

complex day-to-day administration and organization of client projects (working closely with the Project

Manager) to ensure that projects are delivered on time, within budget and according to the agreed upon

scope of work.


  • Exposure to project management team environment required. Must have at least one (1) year of demonstrated administrative experience supporting external client facing projects or programs.

  • Critical thinking and analytical skills required.

  • Knowledge of financial management a plus.

  • Knowledge of project management software tools and management techniques a plus.

  • Excellent problem solving/decision making skills.

  • Outstanding written and oral communication skills.

  • Excellent organizational and planning skills with the ability to utilize technology and tools.

  • Excellent interpersonal skills. Ability to lead through influencing and negotiating.

  • Strong facilitation and coordination skills.

  • Proficient knowledge of MS Office, specifically Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, as well as,

    awareness of Adobe, Visio and MS Project and the ability to produce detailed reports and

    presentations using these tools.


  • Diverse working environment that covers APAC teams.

  • Great company culture with merit based promotion and focus on transparency.

  • Be trained and learn new experiences and later be promoted to a Project Manager 

  • Be a part of a rapidly growing company 


  • Native level Japanese with Business level English

  • Bachelor’s degree in related field with 2 years of related administrative experience in a clinical

    environment (CRO, pharmaceutical company, or other centralized service provider used in clinical

    studies) or the equivalent combination of education, skills and experience to perform the job.