Position InformationRecruitment/Posting Title Junior Data Manager (Health Program Analyst)
Job Category Staff & Executive - Administrative & Support - Management Department NJMS-Medicine-Infectious Diseases Overview
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Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey is seeking a Junior Data Manager (Health Program Analyst) for the Department of Medicine – Division of Infectious Diseases within the New Jersey Medical School. Under the direction of the Data Coordinating Center (DCC) Director, the Junior Data Manager (Health Program Analyst) is responsible for off-site study coordination and data management oversight of protocols positioned at international sites. The Junior Data Manager (Health Program Analyst) will provide study coordination of specific protocols – including implementing and monitoring quality control SOPs, conducting periodic quality assurance monitoring, work with investigators to develop and implement protocols at the international sites. The Junior Data Manager (Health Program Analyst) will develop case report forms consistent with clinical protocols and investigator input, sets up SOPs for data collection sites to provide data capture, and performs quality assurance audits to validate data in preparation for analysis by biostatisticians. The Junior Data Manager (Health Program Analyst) will work with study coordinator(s) and investigator(s) on data management needs customized to each protocol.
Among the key duties of the position are the following:
Position Status Full Time Hours Per Week Daily Work Shift Work Arrangement FLSA Exempt Grade 22S Position Salary Annual Minimum Salary 56258.000 Annual Mid Range Salary 67315.000 Annual Maximum Salary 79787.000 Standard Hours 37.50 Union Description HPAE, Local 5094 Payroll Designation PeopleSoft Benefits
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Seniority Unit Terms of Appointment Staff - 12 month Position Pension Eligibility ABP
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Posting DetailsPosting Number 22ST0470
Posting Open Date Special Instructions to Applicants Regional Campus Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences (RBHS) Home Location Campus Newark (RBHS) City State Location Details
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