8) Provide regulatory and ethical advice to faculty, staff, and students.
9) Prepare reports on office metrics.
10) Other program related duties and projects as required.
1) Demonstrated ability to work independently,
2) Exercise sound judgment and multi-task.
3) Ability to communicate in a professional, positive and persuasive manner (both orally and in writing).
4) Strong administrative and project management skills.
1) Bachelorâ™s Degree.
1) At least two years of experience working in a compliance-related or human subjectsâ™ research-related area.
2) Two or more years of relevant work experience as an IRB administrator, and knowledge of ethical principles, regulations, and policies related to human subjects research.
1) Certified IRB Professional (CIP) Certification.
Technical Knowledge or Skills
1) Experience with online IRB protocol management software
4) Excellent written and oral communication skills
2) Cover letter
3) ContactÂ information for three references
NOTE: When applying, all required documents MUST be uploaded under the Resume/CV section of the application
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