Posted: Tuesday, July 18, 2017 11:10 AM
Employment Status:AF : Active : Regular : Full Time
Job Summary 13;
The Administrative Manager provides a central and key role for all clinical research conducted under the auspices of the Center for Childhood Cancer (CCCR) within the Research Institute. Keys to this role will be to manage, direct and implement operational strategies and objectives to ensure the achievement of the centers research goals.
Job Responsibilities 13;
Operations and Management of clinical research activities within The Center:
Oversee and Manage databases for all of our clinical and translational studies (Oncore, eSubject, Sharepoint); develop and maintain tools, monitoring reports, processes, programs, and standard operating procedures (SOPs) designed to support the Centers research activities.
Coordinate all regulatory / compliance training of all research personnel in support of the successful completion of the Centers Research activities.
Identify areas that are underserved and make recommendations for re:allotment of resources.
Attend all Clinical Research seminars, activities and meetings within the Center and the Research Institute
Provide administrative leadership and support for clinical research investigators and coordinators.
Work with the Center Director and AD to develop, organize, maintain, and manage the infrastructure and resources necessary for supporting a complex and very high volume research program.
Provide administrative leadership and oversight to center staff; organize and supervise research teams. Ensure the employees are engaged and have all necessary tools to be successful.
Oversee the recruitment, training, assessment and retention of management staff. Review/screen potential applicants for clinical research support staff (includes ongoing review of SCOUT).
Create and revise position descriptions and evaluations for research personnel as needed.
Responsible for Annual NCI report to the Abramson Cancer Center
Organize, Manage and is Responsible for all Protocol Support Office activities including:
Administrative oversight and coordination for Pediatric Protocol Review Committee (PPRC) meetings
Administrative oversight and coordination for Clinical Research Quality Assurance Committee (CRQA) : coordination of regulatory and auditing content
Oversee multiple coordinators;
Oversight and Development of CHOP NCI CIRB Independent Model
Communicate with NIH or other sponsors/parties involved to ensure that current guidelines are being adhered to; Interface with Investigators as necessary
Serve as liaison between Research Administration and investigators
Collect, organize, monitor and distribute information; organize and submit materials as necessary
Oversee all necessary activities to successfully prepare for Internal and External Audits
Responsible for recruitment and oversight of staff and deploying proper resources in preparation of audits including for:cause audits
Ensure that staff is appropriately updated on compliance and regulatory guidelines and all staff are current on training.
Ensure that investigators have administrative and expert support for audits
Liaison for National Relationships in Clinical Trials
In addition to CHOP IRB : ORCA, CIRB, CTEP : official officer who connects with these groups
Required Education and Experience 13;
Required Education: Bachelors of Science (BS)
:Minimum 7:10 years in clinical research, research administration or some combination of the two in an academic and/or industry setting.
:Management and supervisory experience, and a thorough understanding of clinical research.
:Experience in grant writing and/or grants management and coordination.
:Experience in financial management, including budget preparation and management (hospital/medical school a plus). 13;
• Location: South Jersey
• Post ID: 40234003 southjersey