Director, Oncology Research Development

Northside Hospital, Atlanta, GA

Posted 1 year ago

Listing Type: Nursing
Employment Type: Nursing
Shift: Days
Education Level: BSN Required
Certificates: Not Stated
Experience Level: All|Experienced
Compensation: NA

Director, Oncology Research Development

Employment Type: Full – Time
Shift: Day
Job ID #: 73724
Job Category: Management/Professional
Education Required: Bachelors Degree
Location: Atlanta, GA

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Position Description

Position Requirements

Service Area Overview

Facility Overview

Position Description

Position Description

The Director of Oncology Research Development is responsible for the overall strategic development and growth of the NHCI research program including the clinical research trial portfolio, related publications and presentations, pharmaceutical/biotech relationships and other key collaborations and partnerships. An important aspect of this position is relationship management and as such will be the key contact, content expert and interface for NHCI Physicians/Investigators.

Position Requirements

Position Requirements

Pharm. D. (with BCOP), Clinical PHD, or MS preferred
Minimum 7 years of Clinical Oncology Research experience
Minimum 5 years of Management experience
Pharma, CRO, or related experience with Community Oncology Practice Research preferred
Ability to work in matrix environment
Organized, proactive, self- motivated professional
Excellent communication and presentation skills
High level of expertise on current and pipeline oncology drugs and biologics.

License/Certification Requirements: Yes

Work Hours: 8a-4:30p

Weekend Requirements: No

On-Call Requirements: No

We provide excellent compensation and benefits.

Service Area Overview

Service Area Overview

The NHCI Research Program is one of the largest community based oncology/hematology programs in the nation. It is one of only a handful of community based programs that offers a comprehensive portfolio of clinical trials, including Phase I-III clinical sponsored by Pharma, NCI, Academic collaborations, and Investigator initiated. By combining best practices from community hospitals, private physician practices, and research and teaching facilities, we are able to offer a rare quality of care and clinical expertise that is both in-touch and advanced. Patients are able to benefit from and participate in the latest clinical research in an environment that is close to home. In fact, in 2014 Northside Hospital was awarded a grant by the National Cancer Institute (NCI), as a member of the NCI Community Oncology Program (NCORP), to lead a new cancer research program that aims to reach more Georgians in their own cities and towns, ensuring the best possible patient care services. Through the NCORP network, community physicians are able to collaborate with the NCI Clinical Trials Network Research Bases and Lead Academic Participating Sites on the development of research studies that impact patients in their communities.

Through participation in Multidisciplinary disease site research work groups, Physician investigators drive the evaluation and selection of clinical research trials most beneficial to patient populations served. Over 50 experienced Oncologists, Surgeons, Radiologists and Radiation Oncologists participate in NHCI Research.

The Research Program is supported by a Central Research Department which provides Budgeting & Contracting, Regulatory Management, Compliance Programs and Internal Auditing, Clinical Research Staff, Training & Education, Research Pharmacy Services and Biospecimen Management.

Facility Overview

Facility Overview

The Northside Hospital Cancer Institute (NHCI) utilizes cutting-edge technology, brings advanced clinical research to the local community, and provides compassionate, patient-centered care to defeat cancer. The NHCI has grown into one of the largest and most respected providers of cancer care in the southeast. More than 10,000 new patients are diagnosed and treated annually at NHCI, resulting in approximately 250,000 patient visits. Our top five cancer sites include Breast, Lung, BMT/HEME, Colorectal, and Prostate (9,084 analytic cases in 2015).

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