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Clinical Reasearch Support (CRS) is the central clinical trials office for the Fred Hutch/University of Washington Cancer Consoritum. The CRS Training Program Manager is seeking a highly motivated, creative, and customer focused individual to support the training program for clinical research staff and faculty. Working closely with the Training Manager, this position will coordinate meetings and training events, provide general onboarding support, help track, revise, and facilitate the review of documents, SOPs, policies, and training-related content in SharePoint and LMS, and support training communications and program monitoring. This role will also interface with various roles within the department and across the institution partners.
This is a temporary, six-month position.