Director of Operations, Non-Therapeutic Subject Registry (NTSR) - Georgetown University Medical Cen
Director of Operations, Non-Therapeutic Subject Registry (NTSR) - Georgetown University Medical Center
Georgetown's Nontherapeutic Subject Registry (NTSR) provides centralized patient recruitment services for nontherapeutic human trials. The NTSR implements a universal protocol and consent which includes collection of core data elements from patients at GUMC with and without cancer. Patients are also consented for collection of blood and tissue, future enrollment into specific studies, and follow-up. The NTSR also provides services to investigators including data entry and programming, medical record abstraction, as well as study consenting.
The Director of Operations of the NTSR Shared Resource has day to day management oversight of NTSR's daily operations in duties that include but are not limited to:
- Oversees all project development and ensures regulatory compliance.
- Aids in grant preparation and writing protocols for investigators who plan to utilize NTSR services.
- Serves as the primary liaison with principal investigators and project directors regarding specific protocols
- Supervises a staff of approximately 10 individuals including research coordinators and students
- Manages financial oversight of the NTSR, aiding in budget preparations, chargeback targets, and all budgets and invoicing of NTSR users.
- Oversees the informatics of the NTSR Shared Resource.
- Bachelor's degree - preference for Masters or MBA and/or PMP
- 4+ years' pf experience in clinical research - preference for oncology or social science
- Experience managing a team of at least 5 employees
- Excellent communications skills
- Experience in financial and budget management
- Familiarity with human subjects and IRB regulations
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