Roswell Park offers a competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package.
Description of Duties:
The Clinical Research Budget/Compliance Specialist conducts Medicare Coverage Analysis (MCA) for Roswell Park clinical research studies to ensure compliance with Medicare regulations, develops a comprehensive clinical research study budget which encompasses all aspects of the research study, and reviews protocol amendments for budget impact and revises budget accordingly. The Clinical Research Budget/Compliance Specialist also coordinates, facilitates and monitors the implementation of Roswell Park clinical trial budgets, ensures compliance with approved clinical trial budgets, Medicare guidelines and Roswell Park standard operating procedures by, and interfaces with principal investigators, Clinical Research Services (CRS) Financial Manager, Patient Accounting staff, study sponsors (pharmaceutical, consortium, co-operative groups), outside vendors and Roswell Park ancillary departments. They also conduct budget meetings as needed to enhance communication and promote budget integrity, provide oversight to financial and procedural aspects of clinical trial, develop and implement processes to enhance compliance and promote accuracy, and serve as resource for study participants and their families, CRS personnel, and other Roswell Park staff.
Applicants must have Certification or eligibility for certification by the Association of Clinical Research Professionals (ACRP); or Certification or eligibility for certification by the Society of Clinical Research Associates (SOCRA). They must also have a Bachelor’s degree in a health related or scientific field and the equivalent of three years of full-time healthcare, research, clinical research coordination experience or a related field. The preferred candidate will be proficient in Microsoft Office Suite, will have internet skills, will have knowledge of the Electronic Medical Record, and will have knowledge of FDA regulations/Good Clinical Practice, Medicare guidelines, NCCN recommendations, and internal policies. They will also possess health career skills including principles and techniques, medical terminology, and patient education and will possess extensive knowledge of oncology and treatment regimens including chemotherapy, biologic agents, multi-modality treatments, etc.. They will have the ability to prioritize and multi-task, will possess excellent organizational skills, and will have the ability to establish and maintain interpersonal relationships in a manner which enhances communication and problem resolution. They will be detail oriented and self-directed, including the ability to perform duties and problem solve with minimal supervision.
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