Data Manager required for IPCOR Project

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Data Manager required for IPCOR Project

Applications are invited for the post of Data Manager (temporary half-time) to support the Irish Prostate Cancer Outcomes Research (IPCOR) project. The post will be based at the National Cancer Registry in Cork.

IPCOR is a collaboration between prostate cancer clinicians at hospitals across Ireland, Clinical Research Development Ireland, the National Cancer Registry and the HRB Clinical Research Facility in Galway.

The primary function of this post is to oversee audit and quality assurance of a prostate cancer clinical registry within the National Cancer Registry. The successful candidate will be responsible for setting up and implementing routine data auditing and quality assurance processes. They will also have responsibility for reviewing study documentation such as standard operating procedures (SOPs) and data dictionaries.

A third level qualification to level 8 in either a science or IT discipline is essential. At least 2 years data management and audit experience is also essential. A PhD in a related discipline, experience in using SQL and experience in using cancer registry data are all desirable but not essential.

Base Location: National Cancer Registry in Cork.

Salary: Department of Health grade V: €41,209 – €49,496 (pro-rata for half-time post)

Further details can be downloaded here.

Application Process: Interested candidates should submit 3 copies of their CV, plus a covering letter together with the names of at least two referees to: Human Resources Manager, National Cancer Registry, Building 6800, Cork Airport Business Park, Kinsale Road, Cork.

Closing date for receipt of completed applications: 28 December 2017 at 2 pm.

Applications by email will not be accepted.

Clinical Research Development Ireland is an equal opportunities employer