National Cancer Centre of Singapore Pte Ltd

Senior/Executive (Division of Medical Oncology)

Job Category:  Administration
Posting Date:  8 Jul 2024

About Us


The National Cancer Centre Singapore (NCCS) is a leading national and regional tertiary cancer centre, attending to the majority of cancer cases in Singapore’s public healthcare sector. We offer world class oncology care by having the best talent, doing robust clinical and translational research and leading education efforts to improve cancer outcomes. Join us to build a meaningful career and offer patients hope for a cancer-free tomorrow.


About the Role


You will play a pivotal role in strengthening the GI department, Division of Medical Oncology, via the planning and implementation of various standards applicable to clinical research. You are expected to provide operational and administrative support for the department and facilitate work process integration. An analytical mind, a clear understanding of long and short-term objectives, and a keen eye for problem solving will be key in excelling in this role.


Some of the Key Responsibilities Include


  • Assist the PIs with general research administration, including accounts applications, grant applications, study progress report, IRB applications, purchase requisitions, coordinating meetings and setting up appointments.
  • Ensure studies are carried out and compliant according to the study protocol, SOPs, ICH/GCP, PDPA and HBRA regulations and study specific manuals and procedures
  • Facilitate the drafting and execution of research collaboration/ service agreements with different sites and collaborators.
  • Assist in planning and implementing programmes and events for the GI department.
  • Management/Upkeep of all CVs and other training certificates of the GI department.
  • Provide secretariat support and scheduling for weekly GI department meetings.
  • Any other duties as assigned by the HOD and supervisor.



Job Requirements


  • Degree in Biomedical Science. Prior experience in research or healthcare setting will be an advantage.
  • Familiar with PDPA, HBRA and GCP.
  • Proficient in MS Office, including MS Excel.
  • Meticulous, resourceful, proactive, inquisitive, fast and accurate.
  • Excellent command of English to interact effectively with English spoken stakeholders.
  • Committed team player with excellent interpersonal and communication skills.