Supervisor of Budgets and Contracts, Clinical Trial Business Office
Moffitt Cancer Center
• Responsible for providing supervisory, analytic, and training support for the Clinical Trial Business Office (CTBO).
• Provides functional direction and continuing education related to budget development, contract negotiations and general business comprehension.
• Primary contact for the CTBO on all OnCore Financial Console issues.
• Serves as primary liaison between OnCore, Clinical Trials Office and IT for maintenance, training, testing, and developments.
• Monitors staff productivity and quality processing, organizes and coordinates work assignments as directed by management staff.
• Engaged, organized individual with strong critical thinking skills who has the ability to work efficiently under pressure.
• Knowledge regarding federal guidelines, rules and regulations.
• Dedicated to superior customer service and satisfaction.
• Strong analytical, problem solving and project management skills.
• Demonstrates leadership and interest in exploring system and process improvements including drafting of departmental SOP’s, job aids, and work instructions.
• Performs reviews of department’s financial files to ensure accuracy in documentation, required checklists and other necessary paperwork.
• Review of the protocol schema to determine the proper allocation of charges, costs, and fees as determined by the institution.
• Continually review and updates the fee schedules, coverage analysis, CPT codes research and administrative costs.
Credentials and Qualifications:
• Bachelor’s degree in related field (business, nursing, or science) required. Master’ preferred.
• Requires a minimum of 4 years’ experience, which must include at least (2 years’ experience in Medicare Coverage Analyses using both NCDs and LCDs for support), plus direct experience in clinical research operations including coordination, regulatory, contract negotiation, grants, budgeting or experience in a medical/clinical setting required. Direct experience must be specific to Federal and Non Federal research grant and contract administration and pharmaceutical clinical trial contract agreements.
• CCRP/CHRC certification preferred.
• Strong background in Medicare Coverage Analysis (MCA).