"The Project Manager is responsible for managing all facets of the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society's IMPACT grant. (Influential Medicine Providing Access to Clinical Trials) ""IMPACT"" This role includes overseeing the research coordinator's work necessary to complete the grant project, as well as performing research coordinator functions when necessary. In addition, the Project Manager is responsible for coordinating and managing all grant-related activities, including preparing research data reports. The Project Manager is also responsible for assuring compliance with local, state and federal regulations regarding research; including the FDA, OHRP and the Office of Research Integrity. Other duties may be performed as assigned. Travel may be required. The Project Manager will support the Malignant Hematology & Transplant Program under the direction of the Clinical Program Director. This role will assist in coordinating meetings, conferences and tumor boards with VICC as outlined in LLS grant proposal. Other duties include assisting with quality audits per policy and procedure, initiating Distress Tool audits regarding referral initiation and proper intervention, evaluating opportunities for MyChart sign-ups, serving as a liaison between MHT and research for hematology protocols and assisting provider nurse with bone marrow orders and scheduling."Responsibilities
Requirements, Preferences and Experience Education
- Completes or coordinates patient enrollment on LLS Impact grant. Identifies and evaluates potential participants' pertinent medical and historical information to ensure subjects are appropriately enrolled in and remain eligible for continued participation. Obtains informed consent from the patients with adherence to OHPRR guidelines and ensures that the subjects and families clearly understand what is expected of and from them in the course of participating in a clinical trial. Performs or instructs others in performing procedures for research as they are described in the protocol, deviating from the protocol only when a subject's safety is at risk and reporting as required by policy, regulations or protocol, to the sponsor and regulatory agencies. Serves as a liaison with Investigators, research staff, study sponsors, participants and representatives of professional organizations to ensure proper conduct of a protocol. Educates and provides training to required staff concerning any necessary protocol information, changes, or updates. Understands the Federal regulations and guidelines governing protection of human subjects in research. Assists regulatory department in maintaining and documenting communication with the IRB regarding protocols and research subjects and maintains protocol regulatory files in compliance with guidelines, regulations and study sponsor. Enters data into appropriate CMS and/or computer databases within 48 hours of the subject encounter. Ensures data integrity and consistency in computer database and written records by reviewing entered data for accuracy.
- Completes or coordinates stakeholders in completion of all necessary aspects of the IMPACT grant. Communicates and coordinates with system-wide stakeholders to monitor progress toward completion of the grant. Coordinates or participates in all meeting-related activities that are necessary to complete the grant. Coordinates or completes activities related to grant reporting. Works with research team to monitor and report on grant-related budgets.
- Completes assigned goals.
- Friendly, compassionate and responsive care as reflected in our Service First Philosophy.
- Demonstrates respect for the individual and the value of diversity.
- Demonstrates trust and teamwork.
- Participates and drives continuous improvement.
Preferred: Master's degree or higher
Minimum: Bachelor's degree Experience
Preferred: 5 years of research, health, management, business or administration related field experience, (oncology and project management experience preferred)
Minimum: 3 years of research experience. health, management, business or administration related field experienceLicensure, Registration, Certification
Preferred: CITI and CCRP certificationTraining
Minimum: Computer literate (including experience with Microsoft Office suite of programs)About Baptist Memorial Health Care
At Baptist, we owe our success to our colleagues, who have both technical expertise and a compassionate attitude. Every day they carry out Christ's three-fold ministry-healing, preaching and teaching. And, we reward their efforts with compensation and benefits packages that are highly competitive in the Mid-South health care community. For two consecutive years, Baptist has won a Best in Benefits award for offering the best benefit plans compared with their peer groups. Winners are chosen based on plan designs, premiums and the results of a Benefits Benchmarking Survey.At Baptist, We Offer:
- Competitive salaries
- Paid vacation/time off
- Continuing education opportunities
- Generous retirement plan
- Health insurance, including dental and vision
- Sick leave
- Service awards
- Free parking
- Short-term disability
- Life insurance
- Health care and dependent care spending accounts
- Education assistance/continuing education
- Employee referral program
Position: 14496 - Manager-Project IMPACT Grant
Facility: BMH-Tipton Hospital
Department: TC Stem Cell Transplant BMH Tipton
Category: Leadership & Administration
Type: Non Clinical
Work Type: Full Time
Work Schedule: Days