Our people are the foundation of our success. By joining our growing team at Sarah Cannon Research Institute (SCRI), a subsidiary of McKesson, you will have the opportunity to become part of one of the largest community-based cancer programs to advance oncology treatments and improve outcomes for cancer patients across the globe. We look for mission-driven candidates who have a desire to advance the fight against cancer and make a difference in the lives of patients diagnosed with cancer every day.
People who live with cancer - those who work to prevent it, fight it, and survive it - are at the heart of every decision we make. Bringing the most innovative medical minds together with the most passionate caregivers in their communities, we are transforming care and personalizing treatment. Through clinical excellence and cutting-edge research, SCRI is redefining cancer care around the world.
As the Oncology Project Coordinator,you will facilitate operational collaboration between Sarah Cannon and Oncology Strategic Sites to advance common interests and achieve mutual goals. Will serve as the primary liaison between selected Sites and Sarah Cannon Departments for day-to-day metrics, projects identified by Manager and OSS department. Will support analysis needs and communicate internally and with sites to resolve operational issues with the support of the Manager.
You will ensure the capture and documentation of department, Sarah Cannon, Sponsor and trial defined performance metrics
You will track trends and report performance metrics for Sites and Leadership.
You will report and escalateissues as appropriate
You will lead a variety of different types of projects including site operational improvements, process upgrades, and educational meeting planning.
You will contribute to improvements to enhance the efficiency and the quality of the work performed on assigned projects
You will track project milestones while maintaining and reporting on an overall integrated delivery plan.
You will publish periodic project status reports.
You will communicate established project resource requirements and key timelines to Sites and assists in development and communication of contingency plans for key resources
You will report on project components to ensure commitments are achieved within agreed on time and quality parameters
You will maintain departmental records, reports, and documents project plans established by department to define, measure and track projects with accountability of day to day activities of assigned projects utilizing project management methodologies and tools.
You will build and maintain strong relationships with Sites research staff across Sarah Cannon to communicate and facilitate issues, trends and ensure transparency
You will participate in sponsor meetings when applicable
You will assist Sites in ensuring GCP compliance through ICH assignment, tracking, and reporting.
You will support Sites enrollment reporting
You will assist Sites with patient visit and data entry information.
You will support Sites with Sarah Cannon electronic platform training, use, and issue resolution
You will assist Sites with study activation and regulatory communication to facilitate Sites study activation timeline goals
You will support the protocol assigned clinical activity in the lifecycle phases of the start up, interim and close out
You will support site on resolution escalation of questions on protocol modifications and specifications including visit schedule, assessment windows, dose modifications, central and local laboratory assessments
You will ensure communication is sent with any amendment(s) or study changes.
You will maintain database of site capability for internal and external needs.
You should have for this position:
A High School Diploma, preferably a Bachelor's Degree
Knowledge of Medical terminology
Understanding of Project Management concepts
Good professional writing and communication skills.
Good organizational and prioritizing capabilities.
Strong ability for handling multiple long-term projects
Strong computer skills with demonstrated ability using clinical trial databases, electronic data capture, MS Access or Excel.
At least one year of experience using Microsoft Office
At least one year of experience managing projects
Healthcare research or other science related field preferred
Experience working in an oncology clinical trial environment
About Sarah Cannon Research Institute
Sarah Cannon Research Institute (SCRI), a subsidiary of McKesson, is one of the world's leading oncology research organizations conducting community-based clinical trials. In 2022, SCRI formed a joint venture with former US Oncology Research to enhance clinical trial access and availability across the country. Focused on advancing therapies for patients over the last three decades, SCRI is a leader in drug development. It has conducted more than 600 first-in-human clinical trials since its inception and contributed to pivotal research that has led to the majority of new cancer therapies approved by the FDA today. The combined research network brings together physicians who are actively accruing patients to clinical trials at more than 250 locations in 26 states across the US. Please click here to learn more about our research offerings.
We care about the well-being of the patients and communities we serve, and that starts with caring for our people. That's why we have a Total Rewards package that includes comprehensive benefits to support physical, mental, and financial well-being. Our Total Rewards offerings serve the different needs of our diverse colleague population and ensure they are the healthiest versions of themselves. For more information regarding benefits through our parent company, McKesson, please click here.
As part of Total Rewards, we are proud to offer a competitive compensation package. This is determined by several factors, including performance, experience and skills, equity, regular job market evaluations, and geographical markets. In addition to base pay, other compensation, such as an annual bonus or long-term incentive opportunities may be offered.
We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.
As an industry leader shaping the future of health, our team delivers solutions that make a meaningful difference for patients and communities around the world. A career here is an opportunity to significantly impact healthcare as we know it, with team members dedicated to supporting your professional journey. The future of health starts with you.