The project coordinator will support the Principal Investigator with multiple laboratory projects, lab personnel and a variety of research initiatives.
Primary Responsibilities Include:
Administration/Project Management: Function as project manager to facilitate collaborative projects, identify roadblocks, and manage and implement project changes to achieve program outputs. Initiate communication, track metrics, and disseminate reports. Management of fiscal and operational support on all projects, along with the management of lab personnel and overall performance. Provide administrative support; to include ordering supplies, organizing meetings and other duties as needed to faculty and labs. Arranging research groups meetings, seminars, and visiting professors. Assist Principal Investigator, and lab members with grant pre-award, data acquisition proposals, CME related presentations, manuscript and abstract submissions, PAS presentations, presentation materials, press interviews, collaboration meetings. Provide manuscript preparation and submission.
Monitor financial transactions for the lab. Oversee budgets for numerous grants/ accounts, process all laboratory purchases, process and monitor all invoice billing, and follow proper procedures to secure confidential information. Also responsible for reconciling accounts and follow-up on missing billing or incomplete billing information.
Proactively manage project level operational aspects of clinical and research teams involved on the studies including management of trial timeline, budget, resources and vendors. Provide efficient updates on trial progress to the Program Director (PD) and Lead Principal Investigator (PI), with respect to vendor selection, project plans, trial budget and timeline management, and quality standards. Ensure effective project plans are in place and operational for each trial and work proactively with the clinical and research teams to set priorities in accordance with applicable project plans, company standard operational procedures (SOPs), GCP guidelines and regulatory requirements.
Manage and monitor regular reporting requirements to the NIH, FDA, and other federal/state/foundation agencies as needed.
REQUIRED: Bachelor's Degree in science from accredited institution, plus 1 year of research experience and 1 year of experience in budget development, grant management, working with research protocols; program development; implementation, and evaluation. Combinations of related education and experience may be considered.
Salary Plan: PAO
Salary Grade: 2AD
Campus: IUPUI - Indianapolis
Department: PED-TRANSLATIONAL RESEARCH SCI (IN-PTRS-IUINA)
Internal Number: 72659
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