CCRA (Certified Clinical Research Associate), CCRC (Certified Clinical Research Coordinator), CCRP (Certified Clinical Research Professional)
Provides senior operational leadership and direction for the development and growth of the Clinical Trial Office (CTO) of the University of Vermont Cancer Center (UVMCC). In partnership with the Faculty Medical Director of the CTO, oversee and ensure successful delivery and execution of clinical trial operations, including personnel management, finances, and regulatory compliance. Deliverables will be measured in the following manner: All study site activities, including timelines and patient accruals, hiring of sufficient staff, management of pharmaceutical products, trial oversight, completion of study endpoints, regulatory compliance, and mitigation of deviations and risks; and financial management of the study portfolio. Develop and implement innovative programmatic, strategic, and operational approaches to advance the quality and efficiency of Phase I-IV clinical trials and clinical research. Directly supervise the functional areas of clinical protocol and data management, clinical research operations, clinical research informatics, clinical events classification, safety surveillance, regulatory services, pharmacokinetics, and UVMCC’s early phase unit. Clinical research finances will be managed in collaboration with the UVMCC Financial Manager. In collaboration with the Associate Director for Clinical and Translational Research and the Associate Director for Administration, the Faculty Medical Director of the CTO and the Manager will ensure alignment with UVMCC vision, strategic goals and NCI expectations. Serve as member of the UVMCC CTO Executive Operations Team and provide leadership for UVMCC-wide clinical initiatives.
Three to five years of management experience (preferably in cancer research or an academic setting) required. Experience in executing multidisciplinary clinical research protocols (preferably in oncology), both on the patient and on the regulatory sides required. Ability to collaborate, high level of organizational skills, and attention to details are required.
The physicians, scientists, caregivers and staff at the University of Vermont Cancer Center are dedicated to advancing the prevention, detection, treatment, and survivorship of cancer by providing state-of-the art cancer diagnosis and treatment, delivering compassionate cancer care, providing education to patients and the community, and advancing innovative research from the laboratory to the patient.