The Cancer Center-Core Support seeks a Data Management Specialist.
This position of performs clinical project data management for the multicenter trial portfolio led by Markey Cancer Center investigators and conducted in collaboration with partner institutions of the Markey Cancer Center Research Network and Kentucky Clinical Trials Network.
Will serve to expand Investigator-Initiated (IIT) trials to move Markey science from the bench to the bedside to our communities.
The Data Management Specialist performs Clinical Project Data Management, Data Quality Management, Data Project Management, Project Quality for the life cycle of multicenter research studies, including therapeutic and non-therapeutic studies.
This position closely interfaces with MCCSRFS, serves on project teams and applies principles of Good Clinical Data Management Practices (GCDMP)to support quality deliverables of the multicenter investigator-initiated portfolio of the KCTN and MCCRN.
MS professional programs, research databases, HIPAA, HSP, web.
Position Time Status: Full-Time
Required Related Experience:
Required License/Registration/Certification :
Bachelor’s degree with more than five years related experience. Prefer Clinical Data Manager (CCDM) – SCDM or equivalent nationally recognized certification.
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