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The IT Quality/Business Analyst is a member of the Information Technology (IT) team. This role fulfills both the business analyst and quality analyst roles for applications and systems development. The IT Quality/Business Analyst will shape the technology demands and drive quality among the Exact Sciences business community. The IT Quality/Business Analyst acts as an intermediary between IT project teams and business partners; including, but not limited to, define, analyze, and translate business requirements into documentation and conceptual design with the use of the appropriate tools and models from which applications and solutions are developed. This role functions as the stakeholder and user advocate to understand their requirements and represent their interests to work with the implementation team. This role will execute the test strategy to provide objective evidence that system and application requirements are met. This role will be hands-on and require strategic reason and plans to ensure all requirements are met for overall quality of the intended solutions both functionally and technically.
As part of the Epic Environment and Release Management team the IT Quality/Business Analyst will assist in coordinating, deploying, and ensuring quality for software enhancements as part of structured releases. This may include but is not limited to Test Plan review and execution, overall change documentation review, and assisting in planning release milestones. This role will also assist in coordinating monthly maintenance windows, year-end Change Management audits, and act as the point person for troubleshooting environment related support tickets.
As an Electronic Health Record (EHR) Application Analyst for the clinical lab and Customer Care Center workflows, you will work on software design and configuration, upgrades and improvements for lab operations. As the primary support contact for application end-users, the EHR Application Analyst will work to identify issues that arise in the application area as well as issues that impact other application teams, and work to resolve them. The Analyst will guide workflow design, building and testing the system, and analyzing other technical issues associated with the lab operation and business software.
The EHR Application Analyst will support the following:
- CRM & My Chartto configure the software by modifying the weights required to identify the correct patient record and collaborate with interface analysts to convert of the patient master records into a new software
- Revenue Cycle
- Clinical Laboratory Workflows
- EpicCare Link
The Accessioning Supervisor is responsible for supervision of personnel and daily operations of the Accessioning department including, but not limited to, specimen box receipt process, test order processing, sample processing, material return and management of associated documents and records.
The Accessioning Supervisor oversees the pre- and post-analytical sample processing activities. This role will participate in these activities and troubleshoot sample, process or system issues as needed. The Accessioning Supervisor will also participate in the development and administration of policies and procedures, contribute to continuous process improvement to ensure consistent, high quality processes, and best practices established within Laboratory Operations. This role will support or participate in internal and external audits and quality management activities to ensure laboratory compliance with the applicable quality standards and regulatory requirements.
The Accessioning Supervisor serves as a liaison between Accessioning and various functional groups including, but not limited to Histology, Customer Service, Analytical Laboratory, Process and Service Engineering, Information Technology, Human Resources, Quality, Supply Chain Management and Workplace Services groups to report and address immediate issues or concerns. This role must also act as a liaison between staff members and the management team to support effective communication and change management. The Accessioning Supervisor will assist in the assessment of staffing levels to ensure adequate laboratory capacity and effective resource allocations, and will recruit and hire new employees or contingency workers. The Accessioning Supervisor will also be responsible for the ongoing management of their staff, which include, but are not limited to, partnering with staff to create and execute personal development plans, conducting performance reviews and ensuring appropriate work scheduling, training and competency assessment.
To be successful in this complex and high-volume work environment, the Accessioning Supervisor must demonstrate leadership, operation management and organizational skills. This person must be comfortable with facilitating timely and sound decision-making with data, have the ability to remain professional and composed under pressure, the ability to work independently and in a team environment, and the ability to effectively communicate across all levels of the laboratory and across departments to achieve common goals.
The Senior Maintenance Technician/HVAC- Refrigeration Specialist will install, service, repair, troubleshoot, and perform the preventive maintenance on all HVAC and refrigeration systems. This role will be responsible for a wide range of equipment from large scale refrigeration systems and chillers to food-service coolers and ice machines, as well as data center related cooling, computer room air conditioning (CRAC) units, rack systems, etc. This role will connect refrigeration lines and electrical power sources, handle hazardous refrigerants, check systems and equipment for leaks, and will use drawings or manufacturers' instructions to troubleshoot and complete assigned work.
The Data Scientist performs data analysis to extract knowledge or insight from structured or unstructured data. This position will apply advanced statistical algorithms for analysis of large-scale, complex datasets. This position will keep up to date with cutting-edge techniques in programming, machine learning, big data, and healthcare modeling and will seek ways to advance the organization’s capabilities in analytics.
Under the direct supervision of the Client Services Supervisor, the Logistics coordinator is responsible for supporting the Client Services department in coordination of all incoming and outgoing kits and specimens for Exact Sciences. Primary responsibilities include customer service support of shipping requests, outbound preparation of cryoports, as needed, performing quality control of the accessioning of specimens, document and quality control of processing kits, managing shipment and case documentation, inventory management, data entry into respective project database and preparing necessary tissue and blood collection kits for distribution.
The Senior Technical Product Manager is responsible for the analysis, discovery, and development of our next-generation integrated services strategy. This role works closely with internal cross discipline and cross-functional stakeholders, as well as external vendors and partners to support our efforts to design, develop, and deliver solutions. The Senior Technical Product Manager will define a Roadmap and ensure delivery of high-quality products to our stakeholders.
The Senior Manager, Accounting - Tax will focus on tax compliance and reporting. This position will be a leader on the tax team, responsible for managing and providing mentorship, guidance, and training to tax department staff. The Senior Manager, Accounting – Tax will seek to achieve business objectives and results with an emphasis on creating, communicating, and executing the vision of the team.
The Senior Software Engineer I will be responsible for designing, developing, and supporting a highly visible / highly valued applications in the fast-paced, Exact Sciences Precision Oncology business unit. This individual will also contribute to the development of best practices and standards, and support product launches in all phases of software development.
This role will help enhance integration applications using the MuleSoft and AWS technologies.
The Benefits Analyst, Absence Benefits will recommend and implement approved absence/time off benefits design and strategy for the U.S. in support of our corporate objective to offer competitive benefits; including, but not limited to, time off benefits, to attract and retain top employee talent, promote employee engagement, and foster employee wellbeing. This role will collaborate with internal stakeholders, such as total rewards, human resources operations, and human resource information systems teams, payroll, talent acquisition, employee solutions, human resources business partners, and other colleagues.
The Laboratory Service Engineer I (LSE I) is responsible for the service and support of laboratory equipment and instrumentation, including installation, calibration, maintenance, and repair. This includes both simple (e.g., orbital shakers) and complex (e.g., liquid handling robotics.) instrumentation in the various laboratory environments. These environments may include clinical laboratories, R&D laboratories, and manufacturing and quality control laboratories. The individual in this role will continuously work with other Lab Service Engineers (LSE) and the laboratory teams to ensure proper instrument function and to troubleshoot any system concerns. The LSE I may work continuously with other LSEs and the laboratory teams to ensure proper instrument function and to troubleshoot any system concerns.
The Senior Total Rewards Data Analyst will leverage analytical insights into the utilization and performance of our total rewards in assessing, recommending, and monitoring program optimization opportunities to foster a competitive, cost effective total rewards program. This is accomplished by coordinating with data analytics sources, communicating trends to stakeholders, and using predictive analytics to model future scenarios for the total rewards program. This role will collaborate with internal stakeholders such as total rewards, human resources operations and human resources information system teams, payroll, talent acquisition, employee solutions, human resources business partners, and other colleagues.
The Buyer is responsible for the procurement of raw materials across all areas of the Thrive business unit to include Research, Development, Operations, and Services. Other areas of focus include supply recommendations from approved suppliers list, supporting departments in determination of the most suitable product or service to meet their needs, and following documented purchasing methods to meet quality and financial requirements. The Buyer will also be responsible for maintaining delivery dates, communicating changes of delivery schedules to end users, expediting orders, and resolving discrepancies in orders and deliveries.
The Executive Assistant is responsible for a variety of duties and responsibilities in support of executive leadership at Exact Sciences. This position provides technical and administrative support related to a variety of areas, including managing executive calendars, compiling and analyzing data, coordinating events and meeting logistics, functional budget processes and expense reconciliation, managing team resources and supplies and serving as a coordination point for team documentation, meeting notes and archives. This is a customer-facing position within the team and across the business and requires the need to manage concurrent activities and interact with individuals at all levels of the organization. Given the nature of the function, strong integrity and ability to maintain confidentiality is key to the success of the position. This position interfaces with senior leaders, directors, managers, and visitors to gather and exchange information.
This opportunity will support the Strategy & Business Development executive and the Chief Science Officer based in San Diego, CA.
The Supervisor, Warehouse Operations will supervise all physical shipping, receiving, and incoming raw material inspection for Exact Sciences Corporation to meet production schedules and on-time customer deliveries. This position will assist in the oversight of technical details for shipping and receiving processes, which includes domestic transportation and systems used, through troubleshooting and resolution to complications. The Supervisor, Warehouse Operations will supervise the training of new hires and existing personnel. This position will be responsible for defining protocols and procedures and will be involved in process analysis, process development, and the documentation of new or updated procedures for the department, with their focus being on capacity planning, material movement, equipment management and daily operations.
The Director, Laboratory Operations provides strategic leadership and consultative support to the leaders of the Clinical Laboratories (Baltimore, MD and Cambridge, MA) to develop and manage strategy including planning, budgeting, and forecasting. The position works closely with other functions within the Operations teams to ensure consistency and best practices in the applicable shared processes across all lab sites. This position will also be responsible for representing Laboratory Operations, Biological Sample Management, and Quality Control in the evaluation and diligence activities of Business Development opportunities. The Director, Operations is responsible for working alongside leaders of all laboratories, other enabling functions, and business functional areas (i.e., Quality, IT, Finance, HR, Facility, and more) to maintain Quality Systems in compliance with CLIA, CAP, and other applicable state regulations.
This position will be part of the Clinical Affairs Team, which is responsible for planning, executing, managing and closing projects associated with the company clinical study plans. The Associate Clinical Study Manager manages, executes and reports on clinical study operations; and provides support to members of the multidisciplinary project team, internally and externally. The Associate Clinical Study Manager may work in conjunction with and/or with direction from a Clinical Study Manager.
This position is responsible for assisting in the execution of clinical trials by providing quality administrative and project management support. This position will coordinate with all members of the Clinical Affairs team and internal and external stakeholders to successfully execute the clinical study plans of the company.
This position is responsible for partnering with our hiring managers to develop a proactive approach to attract and retain top talent across Exact Sciences and Exact Sciences Laboratories. The Senior Recruiter will support all aspects of this process including strategy development and implementation, sourcing, screening, and employment offers.
This position will be part of the Clinical Operations Team, which is responsible for executing, managing, and conducting projects associated with the company clinical study plans. The study manager manages, executes, and reports on clinical study operations; and provides support to members of the multidisciplinary project team, internally, and externally.