Clinical Data Specialist

North Carolina, United States
22 Apr 2019
End of advertisement period
22 Jun 2019
Contract Type
Full Time

Job Description

The Clinical Data Specialist I (CDSI) will function as part of the Department of Surgery Clinical Data Management Team under the Direction of the Program Manager for Clinical Data Management. The CDSI is expected to effectively collaborate with their team members and ancillary parties for existing projects and workflows. The CDSI is expected to build REDCap databases and to create and execute quality rules and reporting. Under the supervision of the CDSII/CDSIII and/or Research Program Leader, the CDSI is expected to help facilitate routine audits and adjudication, query data, and provide data via basic presentation or visualization as requested by Program Manager, faculty, trainees, and administration. The CDSI should be familiar with, or learn from higher-level team members the basic functionality of programming languages such as SAS, Python, and/or R. The CDSI may possess knowledge of relational databases. While the CDSI position is programmer-based, the CDSI is expected to be familiar with the clinical content of their assigned projects and therapeutic areas in order to sufficiently support their customers and team. The CDSI is expected to possess strong Excel skills and beginner to moderate level REDCap skills. Basic knowledge of or beginner level Tableau or other visualization program functionality is expected.

Location Durham


Job Family Level 11

Full Time / Part Time FULL TIME

Regular / Temporary Regular

Shift First/Day

Minimum Qualifications

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