Research Data Analyst 2 (Quality Assurance Manager)
Oregon Health and Science University
Location: Portland, Oregon
Internal Number: 19168
This position will support work done at the Casey Reading Center (CRC) related to their ongoing clinical trials and studies. This will be a remote or hybrid position. Responsibilities will involve performing quality management and regulatory compliance as well as performance and document management. Many of the tasks performed for the CRC must comply with International Conference on Harmonization, Good Clinical Practices, FDA 21 CFR Part 11, and The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
Function/Duties of Position
Core Job Responsibilities- Assist the Casey Reading Center Associate Director in Reading Center activities as follows:
Regulatory Compliance (21 CFR Part 11)
Develop and implement quality management system
Establish document and risk management system
Create internal audit; vendor audit plans; project and program specific manuals
Develop data check programs to verify accuracy of the data before exporting data to the Sponsors
Create inspection readiness SOPs
Enhance training program to provide ongoing training to QC and Reading personnel.
Perform validation on new tools that are result of research and implemented for the Casey Reading Center
Understand the CRC test types and the data export from each.
Create and maintain SOPs as needed for the Casey Reading Center.
Assist with annual review of SOPs and implementation of new SOPs
Develop and implement process improvements for current workflows
Lead or work in a group to roll out new software including testing and validation
Identify issues for the Casey Reading Center site and create tickets.
Meet with software developers to discuss new software roll out
Use Matlab, python code and other software languages to create software for use by CRC (e.g., batch file conversions and high level programming to create tools for structure / function analysis)
Tracking unresolved issues and following up with sponsor to explain how the loss of data may affect the trial analysis
Assist with issuing and maintaining procedure departures, procedure deviations, protocol deviations, and protocol departures related to reading center related trial protocols and procedures.
Lead and address the CAPA documents as needed for the projects
Answering trial workflow questions
Emergent trial issues
Using knowledge of software troubleshooting techniques and understanding of trial protocols/procedures requirements and how inquiries relate to regulatory authority requirements (e.g., FDA 21 CFR Part 11)
Draft and issue memos and notes to file to sites as needed.
Issuing and maintain procedure departures, procedure deviations, protocol deviations, and protocol departures related to reading center related trial protocols and procedures.
Run reports on our database and review performance management with the Associate Director
Master's Degree in relevant field AND 2 years of relevant experience OR Bachelor's Degree in relevant field AND 4 years of relevant experience
Expert-level experience with Microsoft Word and Excel. Working knowledge of medical terminology. Strong relationship building skills. Exceptional customer service skills - both in person and on the phone. Exceptional interpersonal skills, strong organizational skills, ability to problem solve. Demonstrated evidence of strong written and verbal communication skills. Ability to manage competing priorities. Ability to meet deadlines and urgent system needs. Ability to work independently; willingness to serve as a positive and professional role model. Must have demonstrated record of reliable attendance, punctuality and proven successful performance in past and present.
Preferred experience in clinical trials.
Experience in quality assurance, regulatory affairs, consulting, and project management functions
All are welcome
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