Associate Registry Manager

Waltham, MA or Remote
Position Summary: 

Corrona is a real world evidence business providing registry data and consulting services to pharmaceutical & biotechnology companies. Corrona currently operates six independent, observational disease registries in the autoimmune space, two of which launched in 2017.

Registry Manager

As a member of the Registry Operations and Management team, this role will support a variety of registry management activities. Critical skills for this position are the ability to understand the scope and implementation of data collection within the framework of a longitudinal, prospective registry that collects data from medical offices and their patients over the long term. The Associate Registry Manager will be responsible for day-to-day support of all aspects of a research study, protocol implementation and adherence, documentation and quality control, data management and overall site performance.

The Associate Registry Manager will play a role in the following functional capacities:
• Understand and manage the requirements of the protocol as related to the stated Corrona Registry
• Provide input to the development of registry timelines, procedures, forms, registry support materials, manuals, and tracking systems as requested by manager
• Ensure compliance with study protocol
• Maintain registry master file documentation, track progress on performance, and work with principal investigators and study staff to overcome barriers and suggest best practices
• Assist with coordinating the flow of study data; oversee data collection procedures and review data for quality control
• Participate in meetings and conference calls; ensure that minutes are taken, edited and distributed; as needed
• Ensure compliance with reporting to IRB and Corrona Quality and Regulatory Division
• Train site study research staff on study implementation
• Motivate site study staff to keep engaged and ensure high quality contributions to the database
• As required, Associate Registry Manager will represent CORRONA at Client meetings, professional meetings, symposia and trade shows

• Bachelor’s degree in public health, health services research or related area, or equivalent experience
• Should have at least 3 years’ experience as a clinical research associate or manager for relevant medical, public health, or similar research
• Must be highly organized and detail-oriented, with excellent time management skills
• Must possess strong English communication and writing skills and be able to work independently and as part of a team
• Requires a strong working knowledge of MS Office, Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Access
• Additional duties may be assigned, either temporary or permanent based upon company needs
• Completion of GCP training (provided by Corrona)

• Remote position-Preference given to candidate within 2 hours of the Waltham Headquarters
• Must be able to remain in a stationary position 50%
• Travel within the US - up to 15%


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