The Cell Manipulation Core Facility (CMCF) is gearing up to begin a large clinical trial and is hiring additional staff specifically for this project. This position is to support this project which has an expected duration of approximately two and a half years dependent on enrollment.
This position will be dedicated to the ongoing quality assurance oversight focused on this particular project. Candidate must be able to work closely with Sponsor and others on the team. Close attention to detail is a must. Candidate must be able to work flexible hours, as needed. Experience with flow cytometry and pcr is desired, but not required.
The QA/QI Specialist is responsible for monitoring operations and developing and managing quality improvement initiatives to ensure that systems are safe, effective, appropriate, compliant, current and adhered to by staff in the assigned unit or department. Expected to understand and apply principles of quality management practices to the monitoring and improvement of the operations for the unit(s) assigned. Key areas of focus may include patient and staff safety, clinical laboratory, cell processing, donor blood product collections, tissue banking, clinical operations, and other specified departmental procedures and policies as assigned. Plays key role in supporting preparation and on site support during site surveys and audits by regulatory agencies. Works with multidisciplinary teams and may be assigned to work under the direction of physician or nursing staff for assigned initiatives.
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