Manager, Registry Research and Publications
Company: American College of Cardiology
Posted on: March 29, 2020
Manager, Registry Research and Publications
This position is a unique opportunity to work with a national
cardiovascular medical society to manage the American College of
Cardiology National Cardiovascular Data Registry (NCDR---) research
and publications process. The incumbent manages the research and
publications process for the NCDR patient outcomes registries,
including liaison with research and publications committees,
authors, and data analytic centers. The Research and Publications
lead may coordinate activities with other teams on related
activities, such as research study projects. This position has
direct supervisory responsibility.
Major Duties and Responsibilities:
- Manage the research and publications process for the NCDR---,
including the initiation of a particular research proposal through
to the successful publication of findings in a peer-reviewed
- Lead a small team of direct reports and collaborate with
individuals across multiple departments to drive registry research
and publications activities, including:
- Creating and maintaining process documentation,
- Coordination of all staff involved in the activity (planning
meetings, distributing relevant documents/files, tracking
proposals, and assigning tasks),
- Presentations on status and updates at meetings (both internal
- Meeting established deliverable timelines.
- Manage specific NCDR committees that approve and oversee
registry research and publications, including partner society staff
- Coordinate research and publications activities with data
analytic centers and authors.
- Manage the process of tracking all proposals at each step of
the cycle, and work with committee chair to manage the process
smoothly and within time frame.
- Assess proposals for feasibility and non-duplication in
conjunction with committee chairs and data analytic centers.
- Manage all aspects of the publications process, including
abstracts, manuscripts, and related items such as posters and
presentation, etc. Other aspects of publications management
- Developing relevant level of process documentation, including
work flows, policies, procedures and guidance,
- Reviewing and documenting detailed business requirements and
process flows for IT to automate tracking tool,
- Supporting dissemination of research findings by working with
ACC media relations, corporate communications and marketing
- Proofing, editing and writing of medical manuscripts and other
published materials for adherence to NCDR guidance.
- Develop guidance to support use of NCDR data for research
activities by registry participants.
- Other tasks as assigned
- Bachelor's degree.
- Minimum of 6 years related work experience, such as
evidence-based medicine, survey research, health services research,
scientific or research project management.
- Experience with process mapping, project management principles,
contract and budget management, meeting management, and systematic
- Strong leadership, organizational and project management skills
with the ability to organize multiple complex tasks and set
priorities under strict deadlines with minimal supervision.
- Ability to organize and lead matrix project teams comprised of
staff and physician volunteers.
- Ability to manage vendors, monitor progress and provide
- Proficiency with standard Microsoft software applications,
including Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Visio, Project, and
- Demonstrated excellent oral and written communication skills,
including public speaking to small audiences.
- Travel, evening, and weekend work may be required.
- Master's degree in public health, medical or scientific
- Knowledge of cardiovascular medicine and care delivery.
- Experience in outcomes or observational research.
- Medical or scientific editing, writing or publication
- Prior supervisory experience.
At the American College of Cardiology, we bring our hearts to
We are a 500-person organization dedicated and committed to our
mission to transform cardiovascular care and improve heart health
for the past 70 years. When you join our team, you become part of a
passionate culture that envisions a world where innovation and
knowledge optimize cardiovascular care and outcomes.
Every day, we are committed to supporting our more than 54,000
members and their patients around the globe and in doing so, ensure
our staff have a positive environment of teamwork, collaboration,
professionalism and excellence. To learn more about why ACC has
been recognized as one of Modern Healthcare's Best Places to Work
in Healthcare please visit our site at: www.acc.org/jobs.
ACC is proud to be an equal opportunity and affirmative action
employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an
inclusive environment for all candidates and employees. All
employment is decided on the basis of qualifications, merit and
business need. EOE/AA including Vets and Disabled.
ACC is committed to providing reasonable accommodations for
qualified individuals with disabilities and disabled veterans in
our job application procedures. If you need assistance or an
accommodation due to a disability, you may contact Crystal Nott,
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