Allied Clinical Management GmbH consists of two business groups: ACM Research, our CRO division and ACM Recruiting, our talent acquisition group. You can see a selection of the types of positions which we specialize in recruiting for in in the table below.


ACM Recruiting are experts in supplying human resource solutions for Clinical Operations, Pharmaceutical Production and Digital Therapeutics. You can find more details below regarding the types of positions we recruit for.

Clinical Operations

The Clinical Project Director is responsible for the execution and delivery of multiple clinical projects which can consist of several trials each and provides oversight, ensuring that the projects are adequately and appropriately staffed and are kept on budget. The CPD manages team performance and ensures overall project control standards are met and that project elements are in place, are realistic, are completed and delivered, and adhere to all project and regulatory requirements.
The Clinical Trial Manager is responsible for managing one or more clinical trials. This includes assisting in the creation of regulatory documents such as protocols and PI/ICFs. The CTM coordinates with different stakeholders such as CRO/Sponsor representatives, Biostatistics, Data Management and Site Management and Monitoring to ensure that the trial is run smoothly.
The Clinical Research Associate is responsible for ensuring that the trial is conducted according to the current regulatory legal and ethical guidelines as well as for continual site management. The CRA ensures oversight of patient safety, staff training, site/patient recruitment, site data/document management, IMP management and monitoring project site budgets.
The Medical Writer is responsible for the creation of regulatory documents such as protocols, investigator brochures, clinical study reports, informed consent forms, safety narratives, IND/CTA submissions according to regulatory requirements and best practices (ICH/GCP, 21CFR)
The Clinical Biostatistician is responsible for calculating the sample size required for the clinical trial and for making conclusions or predictions, based on the statistically analyzed data, whether to end or to continue the clinical trial. In addition, the Clinical Biostatistician is responsible for the creation of regulatory documents such as protocols and clinical study reports. The Clinical Biostatistician works closely with the clinical SAS programmers.
The Regulatory Affairs Specialist manages clinical trial applications to Competent Authorities, Ethics Committees and Regulatory Agencies and is required to keep up-to-date and advise the clinical team on changes to applicable regulatory regulations and requirements.
The Clinical Data Manager is responsible for the data collected in clinical trials and collaborates with other stakeholders such as the CRA and the clinical investigator team to make sure data is collected, managed and reported clearly, accurately, and securely. The Clinical Data Manager ensures that data is collected as per the requirements of the study protocol and that it is free from any errors before it is analyzed.

Clinical Trial Managers, Clinical Research Associates, Lead CRAs, Clinical Trial Assistants, Clinical Data Managers, Clinical Trial Supply Managers, Clinical Investigators, Clinical Operation Experts, Clinical Scientists, Drug Safety Scientists, Pharmacovigilance Experts, Medical Liaison Managers, Medical Writers, Medical Experts, Medical Monitors, Biostatisticians, Statistical Programmers, Quality Assurance Experts, Regulatory Affairs Experts, Clinical Trial Auditors, CMC Experts, Qualified Persons, Research Nurses

Pharmaceutical Production

The Pharmaceutical Clinical Trial Manager manages all aspects related to investigational pharmaceutical product including the procurement, production and labelling of market approved product for use in clinical trials phases I-IV according to GMP and applicable Medicines Law.

The Production Operations Specialist oversees the operation of filling and packaging equipment of a production line, considering the applicable quality, GMP and safety conditions. The Production Operations Specialist is also responsible for the elimination of malfunctions in the production process, QC, inspection of packaging materials and returns and GMP-compliant documentation.

The Pharmaceutical Technician (Pharmakant) is responsible for the operation and equipping of production facilities in the pharmaceutical industry, for conducting in-process controls (IPC), monitoring the manufacturing process and ensuring that the operations and production are carried out according to GMP conditions.

The pharmacist dispenses medicines in the pharmacy, sells medical and care products and advises customers, patients and members of the medical profession. The pharmacist also manufactures, develops and tests medicines.

  • Full stack developers, Front-, Backend Developers, UX/UI Experts, DevOps Engineers
  • Product Owners, Product Content Managers
Michael Roehl, Managing Director ACM

Please contact Mr. Michael Roehl,
Executive Director of ACM Recruiting for more information: