DocM Data Manager
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Reporting directly to the ACC Chief Compliance Officer- Clinical Research (CCOCR), the DOCM Data Manager is responsible for researching, interpreting, cleaning, maintaining and analyzing data related to the operations, processes and procedures of clinical research across the ACC. This position is not equivalent to a clinical research study data manager. The DOCM Data Manager will also be responsible for: Maintaining high quality data across multiple systems, both internal and external; interacting with database development teams to ensure that systems being designed and maintained meet the data needs of the DOCM, thus the appropriate individual must have a strong understanding of database design, data logic and data validation; providing standard and ad hoc reports that require strong QA/QC skills; identifying trends or patterns that result in data quality issues and working with internal and external groups to correct problems; monitor data performance; develop quality control plans to identify improvements; work collaboratively with other IT/IS groups that support the technology needs of the Abramson Cancer Center Department of Operations, Compliance and Monitoring (DOCM); write SOPs and MOPs as needed. In addition, the DOCM Data Manager will work directly with the NCI to meet all of their data standards and expectations for the ACC core grant.
Minimum of a BA/BS in Information Systems/Management, Computer Science or Life Sciences preferred with at least 2+ years of proven experience as a data analysts, business data analyst or data manager or an equivalent combination of education and experience required. Working knowledge of how data models and database design impact data quality and reporting is essential, experience mining, preparing and reporting data is required; strong analytical skills with the ability to collect, organize, analyze and disseminate significant amounts of data with strong attention to detail and accuracy is an essential function; adept at queries, reporting and presenting findings; must have exceptional oral and written communications skills; must be able to work under pressure and strict deadlines. The ideal candidate must be flexible with the ability to shift between projects as needed; must be able to effectively prioritize work and handle backlogs; must exhibit a high level of professionalism, be a strong team player, be able to work collaboratively with many different professional levels and exhibit an understanding of the challenges faced by key persona with whom the DOCM collaborate; and thrive in a dynamic and fast-paced environment. Must be able to demonstrate experience getting things done, even when it wasn’t in your exact job description, and working effectively across multiple streams. Experience writing technical documents is necessary. Clinical Research experience is a strong plus. This job is not only about your technical skills; it’s about how you lend your positivity and presence, combined with your skill set to an energized environment and highly collaborative team. This job description is not intended to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities and qualifications required of employees assigned to the job. All candidates selected for interview are required to take a proficiency test, including a technical writing sample to demonstrate the above skills.
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