Clinical Trials - Research Nurse Manager

Hollings Cancer Center, Medical University of South Carolina

The Hollings Cancer Center (HCC) Nurse Manager II is responsible for the provision of nursing education and mentorship to the non-nursing staff HCC Clinical Trials Office (CTO) and serves as a liaison to other clinical services and providers within HCC outpatient and inpatient clinics, the HCC infusion center and other ancillary departments. This individual will participate in the feasibility review process by reviewing protocols and determining the study patient flow and provision of center resources to promote protocol compliance and study participant retention. This position will be part of the CTO quality assurance and education unit and will report to the HCC CTO Director. The Nurse Manager II will have a key role in helping train and mentor new study coordinators and data managers in understanding oncology terminology and concepts. This individual must be knowledgeable of Food and Drug Administration federal regulations, local regulatory agency policies, and international Good Clinical Practice Guidelines to ensure that the conduct of clinical research activities remain in good standing and research performance excels in quality and efficiency.

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Please contact HCC CTO Administrative Director- Tricia Adrales Bentz at 843-792-9321 for any questions.

MUSC Hollings Cancer Center (HCC) is one of the leading cancer treatment centers in the Southeast providing the full range of cancer specialties – including medical oncology, radiation oncology, surgical oncology, and reconstructive surgery – to deliver the highest level of care to our patients. The center employs twelve nurse navigators who guide patients through the process of diagnosis and treatment. Located at an academic medical center, HCC is home to more than 120 scientists from numerous disciplines conducting research and collaborating on better ways to prevent, detect, diagnose and treat cancer. Additionally, HCC is the only National Cancer Institute (NCI)-designated center in South Carolina with a robust clinical trial portfolio and multiple outreach locations, connecting leading cancer care providers and scientific advancements to patients across the state.

About the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) The Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) is South Carolina’s only comprehensive academic health science center. Our purpose is to preserve and optimize human life in South Carolina through our vision to lead health innovation for the lives we touch. MUSC provides an interprofessional environment of learning, discovery and healing though our tripartite mission of education, research and patient care. The MUSC values of compassion, collaboration, respect, integrity and innovation are nurtured everyday by people who believe in each other and in Charleston, South Carolina and our global community.

Founded in 1824 as the first medical institution in the southern United States, MUSC’s main campus is located on more than 50 acres in the city of Charleston. Since its founding, the university has awarded more than 36,000 degrees and grown from a small medical school to an academic health science enter comprised of a 700-bed referral and teaching hospital and six colleges with more than 1,700 faculty educating approximately 3,000 students annually. As the largest non-federal employer in Charleston, the university and its affiliates have collective annual budgets in excess of $2.3 billion, with an annual economic impact of more than $3.8 billion and annual research funding in excess of $250 million.