College Division:College of Arts & Sciences Department: Family Study Center/Infant Family Mental Health Center Hiring Salary/Salary Range: $25.00-$35.00/Hour, based on qualifications and experience
Job Summary: The researcher assuming this Research Compliance Administrator position must bring documented experience as both a study coordinator and a regulatory specialist. This person will be assigned high-level administrative and study coordination duties associated with coordinating, implementing, and assuring IRB compliance for active research studies and projects. Expectations of the role include: completion and submission of Institutional Review Board (IRB) regulatory documents for Family Study Center/IFMHC research projects, which include all aspects of IRB submission, approval, revision and annual reporting; maintenance of regulatory documents and compliance with regulations and protocols; assistance with data collection, collation and maintenance of research database, using RedCAP platform; coding, entering, analyzing, and presenting data; completion of assigned reports as required by the Center and the clinic director, government or agency sponsors or officials; reviewing the accuracy and integrity of research-related data gathered by clinical and project staff, research assistants and interns; and attendance at training and in-service sessions.
Nature of Work: This position requires high-level administrative and study coordination duties associated with coordinating, implementing, and assuring IRB compliance for active research studies and projects. Fastidious attention to detail, precise following of protocols and procedures, and regular, collegial and detailed communications with others are all integral parts of the job. Requires high degree of autonomous judgment and carefulness and capacity to carry out duties independently, requesting supervision as needed.
Must be experienced with quality assurance and compliance functions, accustomed to interacting within relevant regulatory and database dashboards and systems, and capable of communicating regularly and effectively with multiple constituents in the procuring, checking, recording, collating, and submission of data and required documentation for sponsor and IRB requirements. Must be well organized, have effective written and oral communication skills, and be capable of working collegially and effectively with staff, clients and administrators. Must be willing to fulfill responsibilities in accordance with organizational mission and program goals. Maintain confidentiality in regards to staff and family information. Requires punctuality and reliability, openness to episodic work outside scheduled hours, and willingness to be contacted via cell phone for time-sensitive matters.
Minimum Qualifications: Masters in Psychology or related field.
Preferred Qualifications: Ph. D in Psychology or related field.
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