Clinical Research Support

CRS Job Openings

Clinical Research Support is currently seeking qualified applicants for the following positions. (To view all open jobs within the Center, click here.)

Clinical Research Reporting Analyst - Job #4227


The Clinical Research Reporting Analyst is responsible for developing consistent, reliable data processes supporting accurate reporting and analytics for a wide range of CRS functions, including: clinical quality assurance, study enrollment, study feasibility and startup, grant renewals, process improvements, ad hoc requests, and other related tasks. The incumbent will participate in the creation of automated processes, data repositories, reporting, and analyses across multiple systems and data sources using a variety of tools, including Microsoft Excel and Access, SharePoint, SQL Server, and SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS). The Clinical Reporting Analyst will carry out these responsibilities by working both independently, and while collaborating closely with FHCRC staff and Cancer Consortium partners at Seattle Cancer Care Alliance, Seattle Children’s, and the University of Washington. The position will report directly to the Data & Operations Manager.    Full FHCRC job posting »

Clinical Trial Budget Specialist - Job #3160


The Clinical Trial Budget Specialist will lead the Institution’s efforts to standardize the budgeting process within the Consortium, by developing guidelines, tools and best practices. The position will prepare budgets for industry sponsored and investigator initiated clinical trials. The Specialist will report to the CRS Clinical Research Implementation Manager.    Full FHCRC job posting »

Regulatory Coordinator - Job #4148


The Regulatory Coordinator oversees the regulatory management of NCI National Clinical Trial Network (NCTN) trials (cooperative group clinical trials), as wells as industry sponsored and investigator initiated trials. The position will manage all aspects of submission and continuous reporting to the Institutional Review Board (IRB) and any relevant regulatory agencies including, the Institutional Biosafety Committee, the institutional Radiation Safety Committee, and the pharmaceutical sponsor, funding foundation, or governmental agency. In addition, this position will have knowledge of and represent these research programs in regulatory affairs requirements mandated by Cancer Consortium partner institutions: Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, the University of Washington and the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance. The incumbent will report to the Clinical Research Support (CRS) Study Support Manager.    Full FHCRC job posting »

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