Duties/Responsibilities 60% Develop and implement processes to manage and report on clinical, research, and educational responsibilities of Pediatric BMT Program leaders (i.e., Inpatient/Outpatient Medical Director, Pediatric BMT Fellowship Director, the Co-Director of the Kidz1stFund Comprehensive FA Center, the Clinical Director of the EB Center) by: •Coordinating information requests and communications with local, national, and international collaborating agencies and institutions in blood and marrow transplant (e.g. NMDP, CIBMTR, FACT, ASBMT, foreign embassies, collaborating BMT centers) to support the overall mission of the program. •Collaborating with other staff members (from medical education, heme/onc) to develop new procedures and protocols aimed at improving program support and growth; ensure all program activities and processes comply with University requirements and policies. •Fielding inquiries from potential patients, providers from other institutions, and philanthropic donors (e.g. Kidz1stFund) while professionally representing the culture and mission of the division. •Working with administrators from the division, department, Medical School and other areas of the University and Fairview. •Prepare reports and ensure compliance with the Institutional Review Board, FDA for Investigational New Drug applications, Foundation for the Accreditation of Cellular Therapy (FACT) to maintain accreditation, and other organizations. •Administrative contact for the Mayo building; responsible for facilities management (requests for carpentry, electrical, HVAC, etc.) of Mayo Building office space, compliance with institutional safety, privacy and security policies.
40% Develop and implement administrative procedures for a new and evolving, international clinical research program in the Pediatric BMT Program. •Collaborate with Pediatric BMT Program Director to develop standard operating procedures and coordinate initiatives aimed at ensuring growth and sustainability of the international clinical research program and achieving the mission of the Pediatric BMT Program. •Compose, edit, and distribute communication for physicians, advanced practice providers, clinical research professionals and other members of the multi-disciplinary team to facilitate comprehensive care for complex patient populations. •Navigate resources to solve complex administrative problems and improve processes; enhance productivity, efficiency, and effectiveness of the international patient program.
Work days/hours: TBD
Required Documents: Cover Letter Resume/CV
All required qualifications must be documented on application materials.
REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: 1.Bachelor's degree or a combination of related education and work experience to equal four years. 2.Demonstrated experience with clinical research business operations, such as from working in a clinical setting or administratively interfacing with a clinical program. 3.Demonstrated experience developing and implementing processes and workflow for preparing, processing, tracking, and reporting on research data and clinical/translational research documents (e.g., manuscripts, clinical protocols, internal grants and clinical trials applications/protocols). 4.Demonstrated experience managing schedules, providing direction, and coordination for the implementation and support of strategic goals and key initiatives. Professionally representing program to internal and external constituents. 5.Demonstrated experience working with sensitive and/or confidential information and documents, including Protected Health Information (PHI). 6.Excellent written and verbal communication.
Preferred Qualifications: 1.Experience working in an academic institution; proficiency with University of Minnesota computer systems and software, electronic calendars, and ability to assimilate new systems quickly.
Internal Number: 326016
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