Director-Central Protocol & Data Monitoring

Location
Memphis
Posted
Sep 18, 2016
Closes
Oct 16, 2016
Ref
1388_1085
Result Type
Jobs
Position Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Summary: Responsible for the overall administration and coordination of the activities of the Central Protocol and Data Monitoring Office. Determines, implements, and documents institutional standards for protocol development, enrollment procedures, and study data management and monitoring. Hires and supervises office staff; determines and communicates work priorities; provides leadership and guidance. Implements innovative ideas to facilitate processes and procedures. Provides leadership for a service-oriented office management style. Provides creative problem-solving approaches for high-level operational issues. Develops strategic initiatives to meet institutional clinical research needs. Works in close partnership with clinical and academic departments and with other administrative programs and offices. Responsibilities:

The Director of Central Protocol and Data Monitoring will be responsible for the overall administration and coordination of the activities of the Central Protocol and Data Monitoring Office. Determines, implements, and documents institutional standards for protocol development, enrollment procedures, and study data management and monitoring. Hires and supervises office staff, determines and communicates work priorities, provides leadership and guidance. Implements innovative procedures to facilitate processes and procedures. Provides leadership for a service-oriented office management style. Provides creative problem-solving approaches for high-level operational issues. Develops strategic initiatives to meet institutional clinical research needs. Works in close partnership with clinical and academic departments and with other administrative programs and offices.

Minimum Education:
  • Master's degree in health care or related scientific field is required

Minimum Experience:
  • Ten (10) years of related work experience is required that includes five to seven (5-7) years of experience in clinical research involving study monitoring and regulatory compliance

  • Five (5) years of management experience of personnel and office procedures is required

Required Credentials:
  • None

Other Credentials:
  • Must have certification in clinical research from SoCRA or ACRP or obtain within one (1) year of employment

  • Continued employment in position is contingent on successful completion of certification within the first year of employment

  • Must maintain by re-certification while in position

  • Must maintain appropriate professional competencies and have appropriate training in the protection of human research subjects protection during the first 6 months in the position

EEO: St. Jude is an Equal Opportunity Employer
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