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The Statistical Center for HIV/AIDS Research & Prevention (SCHARP) at Fred Hutch is seeking a Clinical Data Manger I to work with Phase 1-3 clinical trial study teams to develop and deliver quality clinical trial data for the betterment of HIV research worldwide. The Clinical Data Manager I will manage study/protocols with moderate supervision from Senior Clinical Data Managers (Sr. CDM) and/or departmental leadership and will use judgment in making decisions regarding routine data management, quality control and liaison tasks. THE CDM I is the primary SCHARP contact for study/protocol specific implementation, operation, and closeout phases and is responsible study communication, documentation, and training on data collection and management activities for domestic and international research sites for assigned protocol/study(s).
The CDM I is a member of the protocol/study team coordinating with both internal and external partners and collaborators to ensure the relevant data are collected and cleaned to meet the needs of the protocol/study and research objectives. She/He functions with moderate supervision in operational and technical matters within defined procedures and practices.