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Systems Analyst II (Research - OnCore), Tisch Cancer Institute
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Tisch Cancer Institute, Systems Analyst II 2335282 (Research - OnCore)
The Clinical Research Systems Analyst II supports the Tisch Cancer Institute and its affiliates with calendar building and ongoing activities in the OnCore application. The position builds and configures study calendars to drive participant tracking and invoicing activities in the CTMS. The Clinical Research Systems Analyst II, will accurately and independently identify and extract protocol processes and decision points to complete specification fields and create protocol specific calendars to assist in compliance with the study and ensure calendar contains budget time point requirements for invoicing protocol sponsors.
- Build and configure electronic study calendars with budget details for clinical trial data capture in accordance with the terms of the protocol
- Update OnCore protocol information as amendments occur to the protocol calendar/ budget
- Develop prioritization schema to aid in workload management for calendar and budget build tasks
- Provide input to and implement processes to ensure calendar and budget build reflect accurate trial information
- Perform system testing as directed and quality control of application functionality during application upgrades
- Assist coverage analysts, budget specialists and TCI employees who encounter technical issues problems or have questions relating to OnCore
- Collaborate with finance team, clinical research team, project manager, and other health system representatives to ensure overall completion of goals, schedules, and deadlines
- Stay up to date on all new and evolving institutional changes as they relate to policy, pricing, budgeting, etc. for clinical trial data captured in OnCore
- Provide ad hoc reporting to the CCTO and TCI leadership, as necessary
- Assist the OnCore team in developing learning tools as they relate to calendar/ budget building tasks
- Act as a resource to CCTO staff as necessary
- Perform other duties as assigned
- Bachelor degree in Computer Science or a related discipline preferred, or an equivalent combination of education and work experience
- Three to Four years of experience in systems analysis and application program development
- Knowledge of the clinical research enterprise, especially at an academic medical center, including familiarity with the IRB process and of the financial management, budgeting and billing process
- Knowledge of cancer research, the oncology field, or related experience preferred
- Experience in clinical research study or trial management
- Ability to read research protocols
- Prior experience in building calendars in a CTMS (preferably OnCore) at an academic medical center is preferred
- Familiarity/comfort with web-enabled technologies and software
- Creative problem solving skills; ability to navigate through ambiguous situations
- Proven organizational skills including attention to detail and multi-tasking skills
- Requires a broad knowledge of the client area’s functions and systems, and application program development technological alternatives
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