Research - Laboratory/Non-Laboratory, Staff/Administrative
The Clinical Research Supervisor - Breast Oncology Program is tasked with managing and facilitating the Breast Oncology Program day-to-day operations of their direct reports including training and supervising a team of 3-6 clinical research coordinators. The Clinical Research Supervisor is responsible for training and evaluating Clinical Research Coordinator (CRC) performance in executing studies, direct oversight of data collection and reporting, and implementation of protocols within the program that meet federal, state and institutional policies and guidelines. The Clinical Research Supervisor assists the Clinical Research Manager in resolving operational, workload, protocol implementation, and data collection issues. The candidate will be a proven team-player with project management skills and mindset and have the ability to consistently deliver results on a tight timeline.
The Clinical Research Supervisor will work with the Clinical Research Manager to develop standard operating procedures, and is responsible for training and mentoring CRCs to coordinate studies per Good Clinical Practice, with the goal to achieve optimal efficiency and productivity without jeopardizing patient care and data integrity. The individual will be a team player and assist with projects, patient coverage, and other CRC duties whenever necessary.
In addition to supervising clinical research coordinators, along with the Principal Investigator (PI) and Sponsor, the Clinical Research Supervisor provides oversight for study activation and maintenance.
The job will involve the ability to sit and work at a computer for up to 8 hours/day; stand/walk for 3-6 hours; to lift and/or carry 25 pounds; able to hear alarms, clients and/or instructions; to see accurately from 20 inches to 20 feet.
Internal Number: 3160608
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