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Analyst, Public Administration

University of California - Los Angeles Medical Centers - Los Angeles, CA

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Job Description

Job Title:
Analyst, Public Administration

UCLA Title:
Analyst, Public Administration

Job No.:

Work Hours:
M-F, 8:00am-5:00pm

Work Location:
3360 PVUB - Westwood, CA.

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Minimum Salary:
$21.12 / $3674

Maximum Salary:
$41.63 / $7244

Layoff Referral Deadline:

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The Liaison Coordinator will participate in all research activities as part of the clinical research team of the Department of Medicine, Division of Hematology/Oncology, located at UCLA and the Translational in Research Oncology-United States (TRIO-US) Network, under the direction of the investigators, Faculty Director of the JCCC CRU, and the senior management team (Director of Research, Medical Director, and Director of Finance and Administration). Work with study teams and Network staff to ensure that all patients enrolled on study have met study eligibility requirements, and have accurate, complete eligibility documentation. Act as liaison between the UCLA Clinical Research Unit, Network Sites, Satellite Sites, study sponsors, and outside study vendors on all studies conducted in the UCLA/TRIO-US Network. Act as a resource for study procedures, study deadlines and requirements, and generate study-specific documentation worksheets for distribution to study staff. Work may be assigned by Principal Investigators, and assignments may be changed on an as-needed basis in order to ensure that study and patient care needs are handled appropriately and in a timely manner. Hours may be flexible and/or overtime in order to meet study deadlines and requirements.


Demonstrated working knowledge of current medical terminology specific to oncology, to accurately read entries in patient charts and record accurately and timely, information into study records and other appropriate research data forms. Clinical research experience, with in depth knowledge of clinical oncology as it pertains to clinical trials and studies. Demonstrated knowledge of good clinical practices for clinical research as defined by the FDA. Demonstrated organizational skills to efficiently and effectively provide screening and eligibility review support for multiple clinical trials and projects, providing accurate information in a timely manner. Demonstrated understanding of confidential information, how it is defined, and demonstrated skill in maintaining confidential status of such information. Demonstrated ability to prioritize workload to meet demands of PI s, Sponsor and FDA. Demonstrated knowledge of all components the research process as it pertains to clinical trials and studies, i.e., IRB procedures and processes, eligibility requirements, data management, patient care management, etc. Demonstrated interpersonal skills to work with patients, their families/ guardians, physicians, administrators, work colleagues, representatives from sponsors and other to achieve maximum efficiency in reaching and maintaining workplace goals in a professional manner. Ability to understand that work may be delegated by more than one person, depending on the individual needs of the clinical study and to carry out job responsibilities as assigned in a timely manner. Notify direct supervisor of any conflicts in demand on time or priorities. Computer skills using PC platform computers with proficiency in Excel, Word, FileMaker pro to enter data and generate correspondence accurately. Demonstrated English writing skills to generate original correspondence, including reports, using correct grammar, syntax and punctuation. Demonstrated English verbal skills to obtain and convey accurate information, explaining research protocol to patients and other staff. Ability to attend off-site staff meetings, conferences and investigators meetings. Knowledge of medical terminology.

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