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We're hiring a Data Specialist III to work for our Center for International Blood and Marrow Transplant Research.
Responsible for the collection, maintenance and utilization of data for the Cancer and Blood Disorders Center as it relates to clinical registries and accreditations. Serve as the database owner for clinical databases. Collaborate with faculty and staff in the development of data requirements. Develop and maintain expertise in directed clinical data registries and their data specifications. Serve as liaison for registry audits. Perform data quality review, maintenance, and auditing activities. Maintain regulatory documents. Assist in the development and production of data quality metrics and displays. Create, design, and produce standardized presentation-ready data quality reports using data visualization tools. Provide data support to Cancer and Blood Disorders Center Clincial and Apheresis Quality Team. quality initiatives, and key performance indicators.Liaison with enterprise analytics team for report and dashboard builds. Liase with CBDC Clinical Research Opertions to identify opportunities for alignment, cooperation, and minimization of redundancy at interesections between research and clinical data definitions.
- BA/BS degree
- Minimum five years experience working with data as a primary responsibility
- Experience with file management and relational database concepts.
- Demonstrated excellence in data management, utilization and analysis.
- Experience with healthcare quality metrics and clinical data registries
- Experience in cancer care environment.
- Experience with data visualization tools (e.g. Tableau)
- Experience with Epic, Cerner.