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The Clinical Research Center Operations Director oversees the research and operations of a dedicated clinical trials unit at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center. The research portfolio includes, but is not limited to, treatment trials with investigational products.
The Operations Director is responsible for implementing a staffing and operating model to support the research conducted within the unit and has oversight of space coordination, resource utilization and planning, policies and financial management of the Clinical Research Center. The position will work in partnership with a dedicated Medical Director and will manage a team of 5-8 staff, including a unit manager with a Midlevel clinical degree.