Cedars-Sinai Program Manager - Survivorship, Lifestyle, and Supportive Health (SLASH) in Beverly Hills, California
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Do you have a passion for healing human kind?
The Survivorship, Lifestyle, and Supportive Health Research (SLASH) team at the Samuel Oschin Comprehensive Cancer Institute conducts a multi-disciplinary program and research projects focused on improving the lives of patients with cancer and learning how diet and exercise impact cancer. Our research includes studies focused on reducing the impact of chemotherapy on cognition, identifying ways to improve quality of life through various techniques, tackling depression in patients with a cancer diagnosis, and learning how diet and exercise can improve health outcomes.
As the SLASH program manager, you will responsible for directing and managing the SLASH staff and program. Utilizes leadership skills to provide oversight and management of the clinical operations staff aligned within the program to ensure safe, compliant, efficient and effective conduct of the clinical trials within the SLASH portfolio. Establish, implement, and evolve operational standards and monitor quality and progress. As the SLASH program manager, you will be required to have a strong emphasis on program quality and accountability along with a focus on process improvement and program growth. You will work within a multidisciplinary environment with colleagues both internally and externally in a cooperative manner, exercising diplomacy, respectfulness, tactfulness and professionalism.
In addition, the SLASH program manager will be responsible for:
· Program Management: Provide front-line management of the staff
within program and oversight of the specific clinical research portfolio.
Promote and advance the clinical research activities within SLASH
team in a safe, compliant, effective, efficient, and collegial manner.
Meets with staff on a regular basis to assess activity,
performance, compliance and needs of the team.
Communicate regularly with faculty to ensure alignment with program
needs and future planning.
o Monitor compliance reporting
tools and provides summary status reports to the Research Manager.
o Identify barriers to timely
study activation, efficient coordination, and participate to identify/implement
o Engage relevant providers
(physicians, advance practice providers, clinic nurses, staff) to ensure that
clinical issues that arise, at all points of contact, are addressed in a timely
and compliant fashion.
· Training and education of team staff.
Responsible for ensuring the delivery of protocol-specific
training as required of engaged CRO, clinic, and ancillary staff.
In partnership with CRO colleagues and training and education
resources, develop, implement, and evolve a departmental specific role-based
curriculum for new employees.
Contributes to the development and execution of educational
in-services pertinent to the performance of high-quality clinical research.
· Quality monitoring.
Perform quality oversight of clinical trials to include monitoring
progress of screening, enrollment, and data submission.
Ensure compliance with Cedars-Sinai, SOCCI and CRO policies and procedures.
Contribute to the development of corrective action plans,
subsequent implementation and documentation of progress of plans.
· Actively participates in the strategic planning process of SOCCI’s
clinical research office. Represents the Cancer Clinical Trials Office (CRO) on
University/Hospital committees and task forces as assigned.
· Serves as a Liaison to promote clinical research at the state and
· Responsible for human resource activities including recruitment,
on-boarding, performance management and professional development of staff.
duties as assigned.
Bachelor's Degree, Healthcare, Management, Business or related field highly desired
5 year Management, Program Management, or related experience, required
Cedars-Sinai is an EEO employer. Cedars-Sinai does not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of the race, religion, color, national origin, citizenship, ancestry, physical or mental disability, legally protected medical condition (cancer-related or genetic characteristics or any genetic information), marital status, sex, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, pregnancy, age (40 or older), military and/or veteran status or any other basis protected by federal or state law.