Location: San Antonio, Texas, United States
Requisition Number: 3183
Position Title: Master Scheduler
Summary: Master Scheduler coordinates with internal stakeholders and senior clinic leadership to build and/or modify clinical/hospital study schedules for a 180-bed clinical research facility. This person should be a detail-oriented individual who will work with clinic directors on the clinic schedule to ensure efficient operations, as well as understand the nuances that drive a schedule within a clinical research environment. The Master Scheduler will be responsible for, but not limited to the following duties.
Tasks may include but are not limited to:
- Responsible for the accuracy of the Master Schedule, bumps, and cancellations
- Building, modifying or deleting study schedules
- Must be an expert MS Excel user (VLOOKUP, IF Statements, etc.)
- Integrate multiple studies into the master schedule by being able to effectively evaluate a study protocol to find the best placement within the schedule
- Provide timely schedule updates and communicate to the appropriate parties
- Attend and participate in study project meeting(s), as required, which may include monthly progress meetings, key project kick-off meetings, etc. as well as facilitate impromptu meetings to address scheduling issues and/or concerns
- Demonstrates high level of professionalism while juggling multiples demands or requests from departments
- Support development of master schedule templates for future use(s)
- Able to communicate effectively at every level of the Project Team and respond timely to answer queries from key study stakeholders
- Maintain progress tracking specific for projects assigned to support and prepare weekly and monthly reports on status and progress of scheduled studies
- Continuously review processes for operational improvement and efficiencies to ensure better lean processes.
- Maintains effectiveness of study flow daily.
- Support the development, update, and maintain WCT Study Scheduling Guidebook
- Preparation and archive of accurate historical data from completed projects
- May include supervisory responsibilities for employee scheduling team
Skills & Abilities:
- Strong communication skills, both written and verbal and listening skills
- Broad understanding of medical terminology
- Be willing to help in other areas of the business during slow times
- Able to work under pressure
- Able to work independently
- Energetic, diligent, customer-oriented
- Must be able to multi-task
- High level of negotiation skills
- A four-year university degree is preferred, Associates degree required
- Lean Six Sigma skills desired
- A minimum of two (2) years experience in Project Scheduling or experience and knowledge of clinical trial business deliverables and processes or healthcare scheduling on a large scale
- Experience with major PPM solution(s), e.g., Clarity, Planview, Primavera, Microsoft Project, etc. desired
- Skill sets and proven performance equivalent to above
- Strong negotiation skills.
- English, written and spoken, advanced level
Employment Type: Regular
Community / Marketing Title: Master Scheduler
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