Oncology Data Manager

The University of Oklahoma Norman, OK
TITLE: Manager, Oncology Data I

POSITIONINFORMATION: Responsible for managing oncology research data, including but notlimited to data collection and entry, patient enrollment in oncology pharmaceuticaland investigator-initiated studies. Maymanage the review, abstract, collection and analysis of data. Under limited supervision, makes decisionsafter discussing with management.


1. Data Collection. Collects data for patients enrolled in thestudy and maintains data in electronic data system. Updates and submits data within specifictimeline.

2. Communication. Follows required protocol procedures forclinic, chemo, and surgery, and discusses with supervisor.

3. Documentation. Obtains research source documents frompatient records. Verifies pharmaceuticalstudy source documents are correct including required signatures. Implements study-specific source documents.

4. Data Entry. Enters data to the system to include but notlimited to registration, toxicity, drug, radiation, treatment, andpathology. Meets with study staff andexternal monitors to clarify and correct any data entry


5. Organization. May assist with collection of data forinternal chart review projects to include collecting data from other sites. Assists with preparation of research chartsfor clinical and research team and study-specific reports and queries forinvestigators and administrators. Maintains study-specific data sets for toxicity and outcome measurement.

6. Auditing. Assists with monitoring protocol compliance,including dosing, study procedures, tumor measurement, and disease assessmententries. Notifies supervisor of allprotocol deviations. Assists with auditsof study patient documents to identify protocol non-compliance and reportsdeficiencies to supervisor.

7. Other Duties. Perform other duties as assigned by thesupervisor.


Education: High School Diploma or GED

Experience: 6 months data entry

Equivalency/Substitution: Combination of education and experience.

Preferred: Qualityassurance experience.


Abilityto learn and understand HIPAA regulations.

Abilityto learn and apply Common Terminology Criteria for Adverse Events (CTCAE).

Proficiencywith Microsoft Office Suite, particularly Word and Outlook.

Mustbe able to communicate verbally and in writing.

Abilityto work as a team member