Statistical Center for HIV/AIDS Research and Prevention (SCHARP)
SCHARP team members, Claire Chapdu, Danica Wright and Ross Cantrell share information about projects.
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SCHARP leads the way to providing high quality data capture, data management and statistical expertise in planning, coordinating, and analyzing clinical research trials worldwide. We don't just hire smart people. We hire people who are looking for a mission driven environment where they can be inspired, successful and have a real impact. There is never a shortage of interesting, complex, and meaningful problems to solve at SCHARP no matter what department you're in.
Below are some positions currently open within SCHARP or you may search the Fred Hutch career portal for more opportunities.
- Associate Director SCHARP, Biostatistics (8861)
The Statistical Center for HIV/AIDS Research & Prevention (SCHARP) at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle, WA is seeking a highly motivated and effective senior manager to lead SCHARP’s Data Analytics Unit (DAU) and provide the unit with technical guidance and vision.
- EDC Programmer (7643) – SCHARP is seeking a EDC Programmer to support multi-functional teams and the CDM department through experience and expertise as the departmental subject matter expert (SME). She/He will provide technical support as needed for Medidata RAVE system functionality including, but not limited to reporting, outputs, data transfer plans, and laboratory administration.
- Clinical Data Manager (8876)
SCHARP is seeking two Clinical Data Mangers to work on international phase 1-3 HIV clinical trials. SCHARP Clinical Data Managers work with the study teams to develop and monitor the collection, processing, and quality control of clinical study data.
- Statistical Research Associate (8776)
SCHARP is seeking a Statistical Research Associate to provide statistical support of Phase 1-3 HIV international clinical trials. SCHARP Statistical Research Associates work with study teams to develop, and coordinate study design, implementation, and analyses of clinical studies.
- Lab Data Programming Supervisor (8674)
SCHARP is seeking a highly motivate supervisor for the lab data programming team. The SCHARP lab data programming team provides support for management, reporting, and analysis of specimen and laboratory assay data by developing and maintaining code, building workflows to facilitate lab data submission and creating laboratory assay datasets and reports for pre-clinical and phase 1-3 HIV clinical trials.
For more information on other job opportunities within SCHARP, please search our Careers listings.
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