ID: 7086497 (Ref.No. hlj_33096)
Posted: October 4, 2021
Application Deadline: Open Until Filled
With the support of the Operational Leadership, The NTR (Non-Therapeutic Research) Supervisor is responsible for assisting, directing, and managing large and highly complex clinical research groups within the NTR Office.
- Provides basic day-to-day supervision of the clinical research staff and operations assigned with oversight from the responsible NTR manager and in collaboration with faculty and investigators.
- Supervises staff to include performance management and development, recruitment, onboarding.
- Serves as a resource to investigators writing investigator-initiated trials.
- Performs quality assurance procedures to check the work of assigned staff for accuracy and completeness.
- Assess team performance, manages the distribution of staff workload and ensure compliance amongst staff.
- Contributes to the development and refinement of standard operating procedures (SOPs) and assists with SOP training.
- Works with clinical research leadership to ensure alignment between team needs and department infrastructure to facilitate strategic planning.
- Supports PIs and staff to ensure GCP and institutional compliance for study protocols, as needed.
- Provides support in engaging relevant providers (physicians, advance practice providers, clinic nurses, staff) to ensure that clinical issues at all points of contact, are addressed in a timely and compliant fashion.
- Work with the NTR manager to improve organizational performance through recommending areas or approaches for improvement activities, performing new procedures, collecting data and providing input to department discussions.
- Will be expected to identify process improvement opportunities, collaborate with NTR teams to develop creative solutions, lead/delegate implementation, and track success through defined metrics.
The Ideal Candidate
- A critical thinker that can piece together potential issues and think about resolutions ahead of time for the staff and faculty
- Someone who is energized by implementing change and contributes innovative ideas
- A team player who enjoys a team-based environment
- Has the ability to guide faculty and staff on the appropriate path forward for complex questions concerning how to implement their study at Moffitt
- Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
- Five (5) years of experience in human subjects research (patient-facing coordination, data management, regulatory, or other research coordination)
- Experience in Population Science/non-therapeutic research in the Moffitt clinic and or community settings.
- SoCRA or ACRP (or equivalent) certification preferred or acquired within 2 yrs. of hire
- Three (3) years of lead or supervisory experience in Clinical Research
Credentials And Qualifications
- Bachelor's degree in Science or Health care related field preferred; Masters preferred
- Minimum of 3 years of research experience in clinical research and/or observational based studies with at least 1 years of supervisory and/or leadership experience
- Experience must include coordinating and managing efforts of research staff and closely interacting with internal and external health care personnel (MDs, RNs, PharmDs, etc) to satisfactorily conduct research studies.
- Working knowledge of policies and procedures that govern clinic and biorepository research
- Strong knowledge of clinical trial coordination, regulatory compliance, and good clinical practice.
- Must have the ability to work well under the pressure of meeting mandatory deadlines. Must have good organizational skills and careful attention to detail.
- Must have the ability to plan, organize and coordinate multiple work assignments across a research team.
- Ability to function independently and as a member of a large team; motivate people to achieve excellence; work with multiple faculty and staffing levels and with multiple business units to achieve departmental goals.
- Must have excellent communication skills both verbal and written.
- Ability to train personnel to implement rigorous research protocols.
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