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The Statistical Center for HIV/AIDS Research and Prevention (SCHARP) at Fred Hutch is seeking a Manager of Clinical Programming to oversee and lead the Clinical Programming team, which provides support in the management, reporting, quality control and analysis of clinical trials data by programming and maintaining code to facilitate the creation of analysis datasets and reports. They are responsible for developing policies, procedures and standard practices and ensuring they are followed accordingly; managing resources and priorities; balancing workloads and coordinating efforts across the section, mentoring junior staff; overseeing process improvement projects; recruiting and training new employees.