Requisition Number: RE34145
IITs Senior Project Manager
Department Name: 7H024:MCC – CLINICAL RESEARCH ORG
Work Location: Lexington, KY
Grade Level: 46
Salary Range: $50,981-84,115/year
Type of Position: Staff
Required Education: MS
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Required Related Experience: 2 yrs
Requires handling of light-weight objects up to 10 pounds, sitting for long periods of time, repetitive motion, some standing or walking.
Monday-Friday 8:00am-4:30pm (40 hrs. minimum)
The Markey Cancer Center has an opening for a senior Project Manager (IIT Protocol Development Project Coordinator) in cancer clinical trials. We invite all individuals with experience in the following areas to apply – clinical trials, cancer research, project management, or research in a clinical setting.
This position independently facilitates the initiation and completion of all Markey Cancer Center institutional interventional clinical trials protocols with the help of the IIT Protocol Development and Support Unit team. Responsibilities may include, but are not limited to: coordinating the writing of the protocol/clinical research documents and/or the ongoing management of these study documents through the clinical trial implementation and completion process (across the life-cycle of the trial from initiation to close-out); facilitating revisions and amendments of approved protocols, informed consent forms and other trial-specific documents; facilitating accruals to open IITs; ongoing coordination of study logistics/approvals, verification of content to meet institutional, industry, and federal standards and ensuring MCC standards are adhered to and appropriate approvals have been obtained. Must be able to work in a team environment (both as a facilitator and a member), be able to manage multiple protocols at a time, and assist physician investigators and study research staff on a daily basis.
This position will have a fully onsite work arrangement.
IMPORTANT: Resumes and CVs cannot be substituted for a completed application. Incomplete applications could disqualify you from being considered for this position. To be considered you must fully complete the online application being sure to only put one (1) job title for each entry (multiple job titles for one employer must have separate entries), the # of hours worked per week and your ending salary. You will also be required to upload a cover letter, resume and as Optional Request 1, CV.
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Skills / Knowledge / Abilities
Excellent skills in oral & written communication (particularly treatment study protocol writing). Microsoft Office suite, Oncore and Forte EDC CTMS experience preferred.
Does this position have supervisory responsibilities?: No
Master’s Degree in Clinical Research or related health science field (Nursing, Pharmacy, etc.); SOCRA CCRP or ACRP certification is preferred. Experience in clinical trials protocol writing is preferred as is cancer clinical research.
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