Location: Alliance for Clinical Trials in Oncology Chicago Office
Coordinates and tracks Translational Research Projects from initiation to completion including relevant external laboratory performances
Â Manages translational research relevant studies in databases including tracking and providing summary status reports
Â Assists to ensure timely and accurate submissions and tracking of competitive and non-competitive proposals, funding requests and renewals to National Cancer Institution
Â Assists in completion of quarterly, annual final and ad hoc financial reports for federal supplemental funding
Â Assists in daily operations related to managing of Translational Research Projects and federal funding within program including collecting, tracking, preparing administrative components of proposal submission budgets
Uses moderate/solid understanding and experience to administer the delivery of services to program participants and /or beneficiaries.
Has moderate/high levels of interactions with researchers and staff for committee work information.
Performs other related work as needed
Â Preferred Qualifications:
Bachelors Degree in biology or other science field
Two years of project management
Two years experience in budget development and tracking
Experience or knowledge of oncologyÂ clinical trials initiation and management
Knowledge of clinical cancer research trials/programs
Knowledge of federal regulation for grant management and policies
Strong organizational skills/Project Management and attention to detail
Â Strong financial and analytical skill required including budget development
Â Strong computer skills including database management, spreadsheet and Power Point
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