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The University of Vermont Cancer Center is growing! We are a dedicated team working across disciplines, organizations, and expertise to achieve excellence in research, education, clinical care, and community outreach.

Current Openings

These areas are currently recruiting:

Faculty Positions

  • Cancer Epidemiologist: Associate or Full Professor & Associate Director of Community Outreach and Engagement 

    The Public Health Graduate Program within the Larner College of Medicine (LCOM), the Public Health Sciences Undergraduate Program within the College of Nursing and Health Sciences and the University of Vermont Cancer Center at the University of Vermont (UVM) invites applicants for a full-time Epidemiology position at the rank of Associate or Full Professor in the Tenure pathway. The individual recruited into this position will also serve as Associate Director for Community Outreach and Engagement (COE) in the University of Vermont Cancer Center. The candidate is expected to have and maintain extramural research funding and be engaged in active epidemiology research, maintaining at least in part some element of cancer focus. The position expectations also include active engagement in teaching, advising and service. Primary appointment will be within the LCOM in the department most appropriate for the candidate’s training and experience.

Staff Positions

Clinical Trials Office

At the UVM Cancer Center, we host over 140 clinical trials in any given year because clinical trials are often the best option for cancer patients. What is the standard of care today was likely a clinical trial 10 years ago. Join the team that facilitates all aspects of clinical trials at the University of Vermont. 

These roles are administratively based at the Larner College of Medicine at the University of Vermont:

 

Provide support for the regulatory aspects of clinical trial participation at the University of Vermont Cancer Center. Prepare and track regulatory documentation. Provide guidance and subject matter expertise to other members of the research team for regulatory and compliance aspects of conducting clinical research. Maintain documentation in compliance with federal and local regulations, and distribute materials to local and affiliate sites.

Provide project coordination and administrative support for the UVM Cancer Center Clinical Trials Office (UVMCC CTO) and various committees associated with clinical research within the UVM Cancer Center. Responsible for serving as first point of contact, coordinating meetings, creating and maintaining comprehensive documentation, and capturing and reporting of trial and accrual data. Communicate with Principal Investigators, Committee members and other key constituents regarding research project status. Assist with the development, maintenance and reporting of research-related data in multiple databases. Assist with administrative functions for the implementation of standard operating procedures and other quality assurance initiatives.

These roles are administratively based at the University of Vermont Medical Center:

Provides comprehensive health care to patients in various states of health or illness in collaboration with one or more physicians using guidelines agreed upon with physicians.

Main responsibilities: Data entry for patients enrolled on trials, management of case report forms for patients enrolled on trials, assist other research staff, assist preparation of materials for audits, initiation meetings and sponsor study reviews, ships/mails specimens to sponsors as required by protocol, entry of data into a clinical trials management system, RedCap or Industry study portal, maintains calendars for study visits.

The Clinical Trials Specialist is responsible for managing the study startup timeline and operations requirements for cancer clinical trials in conjunction with the clinical trials office regulatory, clinical, and finance teams and in alignment with department strategic initiatives. Interpret complex research protocols and identify implicit and explicit items needed for trial activation. Navigate protocols through a complex activation system. Work closely with Research Operations Officer, Research Supervisor, Regulatory Specialist, and disease teams to support a comprehensive study startup process, goals, and deadlines. Work proactively with central offices, clinic partners, departments, faculty members, and research collaborators to ensure protocol requirements can be met upon study activation. Develop and maintain comprehensive internal source documents and patient calendars. Serve as National Cancer Institute (NCI) Registration Coordinator for new investigators at institution. Serve as primary ENSURE eligibility reviewer for clinical trial enrollments within the Clinical Trials Office (CTO).

 

Provides senior operational leadership and direction for the development and growth of the Clinical Trial Office (CTO) of the University of Vermont Cancer Center (UVMCC). In partnership with the Faculty Medical Director of the CTO, oversee and ensure successful delivery and execution of clinical trial operations, including personnel management, finances, and regulatory compliance.