Project Manager IITulane Cancer Center
Location: New Orleans, LA
The Tulane Cancer Center’s Office of Clinical Research has an immediate opening for a Clinical Research Project Manager II. This is an exciting opportunity to serve as a Project Manager for multiple research studies and sites. This position requires a person with autonomy, creativity, and critical thinking skills. Under the direction of the Director, Office of Clinical Research, and the Medical Director of the Tulane Cancer Center, the Project Manager I will independently manage and provide oversight for all aspects of genitourinary (GU) clinical research study conduct for participating clinical sites conducting research and clinical trials. This position requires a moderate amount of supervision from the Director and the Medical Director. The Degree of Difficulty in Project Management of Multiple Genitourinary Trials is directly related to the number of trials/sites managed by the project manager. Under the guidance of the OCR Director, this role independently manages and coordinates multiple research network genitourinary studies at various clinical sites. Assists in the development of research projects, scientific study design, data interpretation, training of GU research site personnel, and works with Associate Director of Regulatory Affairs to maintain regulatory compliance, patient safety, and data quality. Monitors the conduct and progress of studies to ensure compliance with established protocols and study timelines. Licensed professionals will use medical knowledge and clinical experience broadly in multiple functions of this position, including but not limited to analyzing or evaluating clinical data, developing and implementing clinical work flows for GU studies/protocols, performing medical reviews, and training GU research staff. This position is not responsible for providing patient care.
• Master’s Degree in related field and 3 years of human subjects’ cancer clinical research experience that includes project management
• Master’s Degree in related field plus MD and 1 year of related experience.
• Bachelor’s degree and five years of human subjects’ clinical research experience to include project management
• Credentialing as a Certified Clinical Research Coordinator (CCRC), Certified Clinical Research Professional (CCRP), Certified Clinical Research Associate (CCRA), Project Management Professional (PMP), or other related certification is highly preferred, along with experience in the specific clinical research area
• Knowledge of federal regulations and IRB procedures
• Computer experience
• Familiarity with genitourinary cancer diagnoses and treatment