1. Works closely with investigators and other study team members including the project manager, for projects or programs of a small size or sections of medium projects and programs to consult, conduct analysis, and identify trial objectives and requirements within specific parameters.2. Interprets research business needs and translates them into application and operational requirements for a specific area(s) of research. Develops necessary tools and workshops to successfully elicit requirements.3. Critically evaluates information gathered from multiple sources - research protocols, clinical trial agreements, financial budgets and fees associated with research - to reconcile conflicts, and decompose high-level information into data essentials.4. Analyzes data with standard methods, interprets the results, and provides written summary and reporting of data analysis. Develops reporting modules, ad-hoc reports and related reporting tools. Conducts research, data analysis, modeling, projecting and scenario analyses, with the aid of planning technology and databases5. Develops and maintain documentation and libraries on key processes.6. Assesses risk and ensures compliance with research protocols/guidelines, university procedures, and third party regulations. 7. Determines training needs, designs, develops and conducts training sessions, meetings and conference calls with study teams and staff members.8. Performs or assists with research compliance audits or self-assessments.9. Communicates effectively the perspective of business opportunities, needs, and risks.
Preferred Education: Demonstrated ability to work with minimal supervision in a team, receptiveness to direction & new processes, familiarity with stroke translational research with focus on assessments of stroke outcomes across the spectrum in large research networks, experience in preclinical modeling & clinical data resources such as EPIC, OnCore, RedCAP & statistical software is preferred.
Preferred Education, Experience and Skills: Demonstrated ability to work with minimal supervision in a team, receptiveness to direction & new processes, familiarity with stroke translational research with focus on assessments of stroke outcomes across the spectrum in large research networks, experience in preclinical modeling & clinical data resources such as EPIC, OnCore, RedCAP & statistical software is preferred.
Required Skill/ability 5: Exemplary time and attendance. Flexibility in schedule to attend to project needs and subject recruitment.
Posting Position Title: Clinical Research Analyst
Required Skill/ability 3: Strong clinical and translational research skills, including a thorough knowledge of preclinical and clinical research methodologies, outcome assessments, and study design.
Work Week: Standard (M-F equal number of hours per day)
University Job Title: Clinical Research Analyst - Stroke
Required Skill/ability 1: Excellent verbal and written communication skills, with demonstrated outstanding organizational and time management skills. Ability to independently prioritize tasks with competing deadlines and priorities.
Required Skill/ability 4: Creative, self-directed and self-starter with ability to work, plan, research and conduct research projects independently on a flexible schedule.
Required Skill/ability 2: Demonstrated problem solving skills and ability to report on the status of project deliverables and draft and submit project updates to the project team including reports to sponsor.
Bachelor's degree in a related field and one year of related work experience in the same job family or an equivalent combination of experience and education. Must be knowledgeable in regional and federal regulations with the ability to perform independent decision-making on a daily basis.
Internal Number: 64823BR
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