Career Opportunities

CTMS Program Office Director at UW/Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center/Seattle Cancer Care Alliance

Posted on February 21, 2019 by Meech Pelletier

Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center (FHCRC), Seattle Cancer Care Alliance (SCCA), and UW Medicine have joined forces to establish a uniform CTMS that will support all clinical trials across the three institutions; and is currently recruiting for the CTMS Program Office Director. The position will coordinate the strategy and operations of the CTMS Program to support clinical research operations across the three institutions. This position will work collaboratively with leadership at FHCRC, SCCA, and UW Medicine to establish and lead a CTMS Program Office that serves the full spectrum of oncology and non-oncology trials at FHCRC, SCCA, and UW Medicine, utilizing the OnCore® clinical trial management system. The system supports over 500 end users with over 3,000 clinical research studies (50% FH/UW oncology and 50% UW non-oncology). As leader of the CTMS Program across the tri-institutional partnership, this individual develops and promotes strong CTMS Program standards, leads the achievement of program goals, ensures effective CTMS Program communications to stakeholders, provides fiscal oversight to the CTMS Program, and successfully manages operations and adoption of the CTMS Program. As Director of the CTMS Program, this position is responsible for achieving the operational standards and service agreements established by the tri-institutional partnership to govern the CTMS Program. This position has a direct supervisory report to the VP of Research Administration at FHCRC, a member of the CTMS Executive Sponsor Committee. The director is responsible to the CTMS Executive Sponsor Committee, which consists of equal numbers of Executive Sponsors from each of the three institutions, for overall operations of the CTMS in a manner that serves the needs of clinical trialists at each of the three institutions. This position will oversee a team of 8-15 staff (increasing as system functionality is implemented), with HR supervisory accountabilities and vendor/contract management accountabilities. Through the completion of system implementation, the CTMS Executive Sponsor Committee and the CTMS Program Office Director will be jointly accountable for the Implementation.

Contact:
Meech Pelletier
micpelle@uw.edu

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Clinical Research, Senior Principal Data Analyst at Huntsman Cancer Institute

Posted on February 7, 2019 by Jessica Moehle, CCRP

The Huntsman Cancer Institute Clinical Trials Office is currently seeking a Senior Principal Business Data Analyst, to have oversight, planning and management responsibilities for the Huntsman Cancer Institutes (HCI’s) Clinical Trials Office (CTO’s) OnCore Clinical Trials Management System (CTMS). The CTO Senior Principal Data Analyst leads projects, manages, reports and analyzes data from OnCore, while being a visionary to the enhancements and efficiencies OnCore and other technology platforms can lend to our operations. This position serves as a member of the institutes’ clinical research leadership within the CTO and engages regularly with the HCI Research Informatics Shared Resource.
The position oversees clinical trial life-cycle, start up and efficient management of protocols within the CTO while improving work-flow processes and module adoption for clinical trial management. The position works with all levels of cancer center leaders, administrators, faculty and staff.

Contact:
Jessica Moehle
jessica.moehle@hci.utah.edu
801-587-4438
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CTMS Project Manager at UW/Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center/Seattle Cancer Care Alliance

Posted on February 7, 2019 by Meech Pelletier

Fred Hutch is looking for a skilled project manager (PM) to join the CTMS Program Office. As a PM, you will use project management best practices to manage projects and processes in support of the CTMS Program Office strategy. The individual that will succeed in this role will have project management experience and excellent relationship skills; as well as having a strong work ethic and a bias towards action. Additionally, candidates must have the ability to wear multiple hats, and pivot quickly when the details and scope of the project changes. Strong organizational and communication skills to work through difficult and ambiguous situations is vital; as well as the ability, and the bandwidth to adjust plans as needed, and proactively inform stakeholders of risks, trade offs and overall progress. We are looking for a team player who is looking to expand their knowledge, push the project forward, and contribute to the CTMS Program Office in meaningful way. Strategic thinking, collaboration and an eye for process improvement and efficiency will go a long way in this role.

Contact:
Meech Pelletier
micpelle@uw.edu

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