The Research Network Manager is responsible for assisting QCCA in its efforts to organize its community oncology practice members to provide clinical trial opportunities through a national network called The QCCA Oncology Research Network (Network).
Job Duties Include:
Assists physicians and Network sites in setting up specific studies for participant accrual, in addition to tracking accrual for studies that are conducted through the Network
Acquires and maintains study-specific knowledge including scientific background and conduct.
Interacts with sponsors of cancer studies, serve as operational point person for Network
Assist in the development of Network marketing materials, including website
Assist in the development and implementation of Network infrastructure, such as financial tracking, CTMS software and Quality Assurance programs.
Support the development and growth of QCCA member research programs
Promote QCCA relationships with Venders
Deploy, implement and/or develop novel tools and systems to enhance member performance on clinical trials
Maintain ShareFile which provides access to new study opportunities and internal research updates
Organize and promote research focused education including tumor boards, such as molecular tumor boards
Develop and organize QCCA research administrator group. A forum for QCCA research managers to share learning, discuss studies and projects.
Assist in the distribution of study feasibilities between sites when appropriate.
High School Diploma or equivalent
Previous Clinical Research experience required
Research Certification is a plus
Ability to work independently and as a team is necessary